Saturday, March 3, 2012 from 10:30am until 12:30pm
SEIU USWW Union Hall (828 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015)
Join us for a Townhall Meeting for a collective conversation and share thoughts about the campaign, as well as develop clear next steps for how people can get involved in the campaign to rescind LAPD Special Order 1.
Should LAPD be authorized to spy on, profile, and violate our right to privacy?
Do you take pictures or shoot videos in public…
Do you ask about a place’s hours of operation…
Do you take notes…
Do you draw diagrams…
Do you use binoculars for sightseeing or bird watching?
If you do any of the above and/or many other non-criminal activities,
LAPD Considers You a Suspicious Person!!
In January 2012 LAPD issued Special Order 1 (Formerly Special Order 11), which authorizes LAPD officers to gather intelligence based on “observed behavior.” These behaviors include such everyday non-criminal activities such as listed above. LAPD submits Suspicious Activity Reports to a national information-sharing network which links government and private collectors and users of intelligence data.
PUBLIC SAFETY OR PUBLIC INSECURITY… STOP LAPD SPYING!!
Parking on site and plenty of street parking available.
4 Blocks west of Grand station – Blue Line metro.
Child care available
Light lunch will be served
For further information please go to our website www.stoplapdspying.org or
contact Hamid Khan at 562-230-4578 or email at email@example.com