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Coalition Meeting Schedule – Dec 2016 & Jan 2017

Stop LAPD Spying Coalition December 2016 and January 2017 Meeting Schedule

Be a thought, strategic, and action partner! 

Increasingly counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency tactics and programs are getting incorporated into domestic policing.  The Los Angeles Police Department is one the most militarized police department’s in the country with a massive Architecture of Surveillance that targets Black and Brown communities through programs like Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Program, Predictive Policing, Automatic License Plate Readers, Trapwire, Stingrays, Digital Receiver Technology, Body Cameras, and much more including the acquisition of Draganflyer X6 Drones.

Since the summer of 2011the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition has been raising awareness and organizing communities to abolish and dismantle LAPD’s surveillance, spying, and infiltration programs.  Join us in our efforts.

The next community meetings include:

Tuesday December 20th at 6:00 PM – Coalition General Meeting at the UCLA Downtown Labor Center, 675 S. Parkview St., Los Angeles, CA 90057. Next to Macarthur Park

Tuesday December 27th at 6:00 PM – Community Meeting on Predictive Policing at LA CAN – 838 E. 6th, LA 90021. X-St Gladys

Thursday January 5th at 6:00 PM – Community Meeting on Our Data, Our Bodies at LA CAN – 838 E. 6th, Los Angeles, CA 90021. X-St Gladys

Tuesday January 10th at 6:00 PM – Community Meeting against FBI Guidelines targeting School Students at LA CAN 838 E. 6th, Los Angeles, CA 90021. X-St Gladys

Tuesday January 17th at 6:00 PM – Coalition General Meeting at the UCLA Downtown Labor Center, 675 S. Parkview St., Los Angeles, CA 90057. Next to Macarthur Park

Tuesday January 24th at 6:00 PM – Community Meeting on Predictive Policing at LA CAN – 838 E. 6th, LA 90021. X-St Gladys

For further information please contact us at [email protected] or call (424) 209-7450.

For further information please go to:

https://stoplapdspying.org/policing-strategies-and-tactics/