If criminalizing innocent behavior resulting from SO 1 and iWATCH was not enough, LAPD is all set to get extraordinary powers to infiltrate, plant informants and open secret files based on anonymous tips. On August 28th, beside revisions to SO 1, the LAPD submitted another proposal that would dangerously change LAPD’s intelligence guidelines. These proposed … Continue reading LAPD to get more powers to infiltrate, plant informants and assume fictitious identities – Police Commission set to Legitimize Red Squad style police operations
On June 19th the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition met with LAPD Assistant Chief Michel Moore and Commander Blake Chow. Read the follow up letter….
Please join us in demanding accountability from the LAPD for holding out so-called reforms to their spying program as an example of community involvement. Take a moment to send an email to the LAPD and the Police Commission by clicking here. Then, join us by also calling the LAPD and letting them know you, like … Continue reading Let LAPD know that you reject their so called reforms and hold them responsible for deceptive practices!!
“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!!