The project was led by Officer Rob O'Copp who invited other maverick 'Officers' to join him to playfully gather information, data, and stories about PCSOs and their Community Protection Officer (CPO) colleagues. Officers are asking the public for help in contributing their own stories and interactions to add to our online blog.
"PCSO Watch is a playful piece of research, which, I should add for the record, is completely unmotivated by revenge on my part in any way whatsoever." Officer Rob O'Copp
They looked for members of the public to interview anonymously or wearing a disguise for our video archive. If you are interested in contributing, or for more information please contact:
The Office of Community Sousveillance
Officer Rob O'Copp at The Office of Community Sousveillance
phone 07530 946082
'PCSO Watch' 9th Jan:
Photographer - Media: One Eye on the Road. Nottingham. UK
Member of the National Union of Journalists [No: 014345]
"It is not enough to curse the darkness.
It is also necessary to light a lamp!!"