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Fracking campaigners' network to expedite police complaints

Some protesters have already refused to attend any more liaison meetings.

Protesters, including actress Emma Thompson, at an anti-fracking walk and silent protest at the Cuadrilla site in Preston on March 21. Photo credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Protesters, including actress Emma Thompson, at an anti-fracking walk and silent protest at the Cuadrilla site in Preston on March 21. Photo credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

Date - 14th December 2018
By - JJ Hutber- Police Oracle
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Fracking activists have launched a “co-ordinated approach” to complaining about police officers, backed by an anti-police network. Dealing with the level of protest has required a large ongoing policing operation to be in place since...
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