Wednesday, May 18, 2011


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From: HMIC Communications>
Date: Fri, May 6, 2011 at 1:14 PM
Subject: Review of police - National Public Order Intelligence Unit
To: HMIC Communications>

Dear all,

I am writing to you as a representative of Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. We are currently carrying out a review of the National Public Order Intelligence Unit (NPOIU), and as part of this are inviting contributions from a wide range of organisations and individuals. (I found this email address on your website: I hope you don’t mind being approached directly.)

We want to hear views and comments on the undercover work of the NPOIU. As part of this, we are holding an event – hosted by HM Inspector Bernard Hogan-Howe – on the 24th May in a Covent Garden Hotel (inCentral London), and wondered if you might be interested in attending. More information is available on our website.

If you would like to attend please reply to this email by Tuesday 17th May. Any questions about the event can also be emailed through to this address, or if you prefer you can phone the HMIC press office (020 3513 0600) and they will try to help.

If there are other people you think might be interested in attending, please let us know.

Because spaces for this event will be limited so to ensure a fair representation, unfortunately numbers are restricted to two people from each organisation.

Kind regards

Paul Holewell


If any of the victims of SHAC would also like to attend they can email and ask when their event at a swanky London hotel is!

For that matter why doesn't HMIC ask Greg - he is in Winchester prison serving his 9 year term - or Natasha - she's about for a bit longer!

Why not ask Lord Justice Butterfield? He had some quite clear views "You cloaked your activities in what was a hypocritical sham pretence that Shac was a vehicle for legitimate lawful protest. It was nothing of the sort."

What next - will HMIC ask Osama's relatives how they feel about Seal team 6?

SHACWATCH has some ideas for the Home Sec on where she can begin her 20% policing cuts! Nobody needs an inspectorate like this!

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