“There is no real substantive change” Stop LAPD Spying Coalition Continues to Demand Answers from LAPD about Suspicious Activity Reporting Program Released on May 22, 2012 On May 17th three organizations – the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Muslim Public Affairs Council (MPAC) and Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) – met with the Los … Continue reading Beware of Misleading Stories
The community action on Tuesday April 10th started bright and early with a 10 ft banner held by community members on an overpass on the 101 freeway reading “Stop LAPD Spying.org”. People honked in agreement and at one point over a dozen LAPD officers on motorcycles caravanned by and reminded the banner holders that they … Continue reading April 10th Community Action and Press Conference a Huge Success!!
On April 9th, 2012 the Stop LAPD Spying: Campaign to Rescind Special Orders 1 and 11 filed request for records pursuant to the California Public Records Act (PRA). The PRA was filed in partnership with the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild. Additional legal support is being provided by the Asian Pacific American … Continue reading Stop LAPD Spying Coalition Files Public Records Act Request
“NEW LAPD ORDER STILL CRIMINALIZES INNOCENTS” by Larry Aubry 3/22/12 LA Sentinel Link to LA Sentinel site HERE. Effective January 2, 2012 Los Angeles Police Department’s (LAPD) Special Order 11, (SO 11) was superseded by Special Order 1 (SO 1). Despite the addition of non-discriminatory language and a separate procedure for filing Suspicious Activity Reports … Continue reading LA Sentinel Op-Ed: “NEW LAPD ORDER STILL CRIMINALIZES INNOCENTS”
Sick of Big Brother watching over us constantly? Angry being considered “suspicious” and “other”? Concerned about the growing Police State and violation of Privacy? Want to stop LAPD from turning our communities into snitches? Join us for a rally and press conference on April 10 at 8:30am. More information via the flyer below or the … Continue reading April 10 Call To Action
Los Angeles communities express deep concern about LAPD surveillance and spying activities, and demand immediate rescinding of LAPD Special Order 11 and its newly revised version, Special Order 1.
Learn about the campaign to rescind LAPD’s Special Order 11, a policy directive that infringes on privacy and civil liberties and legitimizes spying by law enforcement. Date: March 3, 2012 Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm Location: SEIU USWW Union Hall – 828 W. Washington Blvd; Los Angeles, CA 90015 Map More info on Facebook: Special Order 11 Townhall Facebook … Continue reading March 3, 2012 Townhall
With all this talk about LAPD’s Special Order 11, it makes sense to have the order itself accessible. Here’s the order: LAPD S.O. 11