Tash [alan lodge] | 15.01.2006 23:04
There was an intensive surveillance operation. This is of course normal these days, but it is indicative that the concept of protest is thought of by the authorities as a potential crime.
He was there to announce nuclear policy, [or perhaps the wrong policy]
Hence a number of concerned citizens turned out to protest.
There was an intensive surveillance operation. This is of course normal these days, but it is indicative that the concept of protest is thought of by the authorities as a potential crime. A shame really, me thinks
If you want to know any more about my interest in surveillance, please check these links out:
surv - start: http://tash.gn.apc.org/surv_10.htm
surv - watched: http://tash.gn.apc.org/watched1.htm
surv - face recog: http://tash.gn.apc.org/face_rec.htm
surv - Nomad: http://tash.gn.apc.org/nomad_10.htm
surv - mayday 2000&1: http://tash.gn.apc.org/surv_mday1.htm
For info on the CCTV van, more specifically in Nottingham, you could check out 'Operation Shield' which originally was to look into violent crime.
However, me thinks, the remit has spread a little wider.
Operational Strategies Report, [look at page 3]
More on it's activities in a previous posting at:
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