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Showing Stories from 16th January 2020 to 21st December 2021
Seizure powers for protest 'lock-on' equipment to be included in Bill

Seizure powers for protest 'lock-on' equipment to be included in Bill

(06/12/21) Officers can seize chains, glue and bamboo where they have reasonable suspicion.

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Fixed helmets: firework night triggers weaponised protest

Fixed helmets: firework night triggers weaponised protest

(09/11/21) Met public order serials out in force in November 5 had to contend with fireworks along with the usual abuse from a mixture of protest groups.

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(01/09/21) The long march: public order challenges for London's police (15/07/21) Viewpoint: A day of celebration becomes a day of recrimination (30/06/21) The kids are alright (04/06/21) 'Fourth-biggest UK force' put together for G7 summit (07/06/21) How technology is helping police G7 (07/06/21) How technology is helping police G7 (04/06/21) A force to be reckoned with (29/05/21) The invasion of Westfield (18/05/21) RUI arrangements will still be retained for "exceptional cases" (16/05/21) Safety, disorder and protesters protecting police (04/05/21) Kill the Bill protest: Insults, music but no disorder (26/04/21) A large, well-attended peaceful protest until….. (20/04/21) Another day, another protest (06/04/21) Kill the Bill - but peacefully? (30/03/21) Comment: did we need a vigil review? (25/03/21) Nearly half of officers for climate summit to come from mutual aid (22/03/21) The long march of London's anti-Lockdown protesters
Four arrests does not constitute brutal or insensitive policing

Four arrests does not constitute brutal or insensitive policing

(15/03/21) Selected social media clips appears to have prompted politicians to unfairly condemn the policing of Saturday's south London vigil says Chris Hobbs.

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(13/01/21) Groundhog Day on the lockdown line (07/01/21) Comment: another day another Lockdown protest (05/01/21) Public order: policing another anti-Lockdown protest (29/12/20) European pandemic and riot policing win photo awards (17/09/20) Alleged statue topplers to be offered conditional cautions says chief (27/06/20) Forces issue dispersal warnings ahead of weekend (09/06/20) Met says public order kit and tactics for demos were 'proportionate' (28/01/20) 'Abject failure' of CPS blamed on collapsed Extinction Rebellion trial (16/01/20) Judge dismisses megaphone 'assault' case involving Met officers
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