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Fair Cop launches Policing Through the Looking Glass: the first report exposing the politicisation of our police
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In March 2019 Caroline Farrow, a freelance journalist, was contacted by Surrey Police and threatened with an interview under caution after using the wrong pronoun to describe a transgender girl.
Graham Linehan was warned by West Yorkshire Police following an argument with a transgender activist on Twitter and was also visited by Northumbria Police for tweeting a video of another activist’s appearance on Sky News.
Harry Miller, a former police officer from Humberside, was investigated by police over a poem that he posted on Twitter.
Dr Julia Long, a researcher and author, was part of a group that attended an ‘inclusive’ panel event on International Transgender Day of Visibility at Accenture’s London offices.
In February 2018 Kellie-Jay Keen-Minshull was contacted by West Yorkshire Police after she posted tweets about Susie Green, CEO of trans charity Mermaids.
The High Court recognised that Humberside Police behaved like the Cheka, Stasi and Gestapo. But our campaign against the College of Policing hate crimes guidance continues in the Supreme Court.
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