It's Time To Get Organised

The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act introduces new powers for policing demonstrations, enabling police to clamp down even more on protests they deem “disruptive”.

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Respect or Repression? An independent report into the policing of COP26

Our new report tells a shocking story – one of intimidation, harassment and police violence which left Glasgow immersed in two weeks of chaos. Read, download and share.

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Netpol’s submission to Parliament on the Public Order Bill

Netpol’s submission to Parliament on the Public Order Bill

In May 2022, the House of Commons Public Bill Committee asked for submissions on the government's new Public Order Bill. This is Netpol's response. 1. This submission is concerned with the compatibility of the proposed Bill with Article 11 of the European Convention...

Anti-nuclear and anti-war protest under threat

Anti-nuclear and anti-war protest under threat

Hot on the heels of the April 2022 Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act, protests at nuclear weapons establishments and military sites could now be under threat by the proposed National Security Bill, due for a second reading in parliament on 6 June. The National...