Coronavirus & Policing
COVID-19, and the new Coronavirus act, has lead to some significant changes in police behaviour and protest law.
There are changes to:
- New police powers
- Laws that might be used at a protest
- How police interviews are conducted
Our key messages are still true!
If you would like to challenge a fine received under Coronavirus legislation, please contact the Network for Police Monitoring.
To find out more, especially if you are thinking of attending a protest or demonstration during the current Coronavirus pandemic, please read our guide here.
GBC and other collectives offer comprehensive legal support to the activist community. Find out how we are organised and how you can get involved
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