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Protest: 2012-06-12 “Policing 2012 – Accountability & Results” Conference

02 Jun

Protest: 2012-06-12 “Policing 2012 – Accountability & Results” Conference

Via email:

” Following on from the very successful protest ‘ABOLISH THE IPCC’ CAMPAIGN4JUSTICE calls for a mass protest on the 12th of June outside the “Policing 2012 – ACCOUNTABILITY and RESULTS” conference.

We will be there from 9am through to 6pm, please make every effort to attend and express your concern. There are many speakers of note at this event including;

Participants will include (the delegates will be senior level police; CC’s and heads of authorities from most parts of the country):

  • police authorities
  • police forces
  • prison and probation service
  • national offender management service
  • central government departments & bodies
  • other local authorities, including county councils and unitary authorities
  • trade unions
  • academia
  • private, legal & voluntary sectors

High-profile speakers invited include:

  • Rt Hon Nick Herbert MP, Minister of State for Police
  • Martin Kettle, Associate Editor, Guardian – Chair
  • Paul McKeever, Chairman, Police Federation of England and Wales
  • Tom Winsor, Partner, White and Case
  • Derek Barnett, President, Police Superintendents Association
  • Drusilla Sharpling, CBE, HMIC
  • Sir Hugh Orde, President, Association of Chief Police Officers
  • Cllr Mark Burns-Williamson OBE, Chair, APA
  • Lord John Stevens, Chair, Independent Police Commission “

See also: http://www.connectpa.co.uk/conferences/policing/agenda.html

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