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Protecting the Protectors: Monitoring the Policing of Anti-Fracking Protests Since 2014

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Report tracks the intensification of police criminalization of fracking protest in the UK.

Set against a backdrop of dwindling cheap resources, extractivism is coming home to roost once again. Communities in the UK organizing to protect their water and health from fracking operations have come under increasingly intrusive police surveillance and repression tactics.

This report, published by Netpol – a network of activists, academics and lawyers – provides an overview of policing strategies in protection of fracking interests. More than a report, this paper serves as a resource for activists and concerned community members in defence of life against this new, extreme, wave of resource extraction in the UK.

You can find out more about Netpol and their extensive work on making the UK anti-fracking movement safer and more strategic here.


Protecting the Protectors: Monitoring the Policing of Anti-Fracking Protests Since 2014
View in full at Netpol