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  • 1. The Press and the Police Allan Jones QPM
  • 2. London G20 2009
  • 3. The Role of the Press
    • The Press are considered as the voice of the ‘People’
    • Freedom of Speech is enshrined in law
    • Some countries have tried to impose restrictions.
    • Not all views are the same
  • 4. The Role of the Police
    • Sir Robert Peel created the police to protect the people.
    • The duties of the police are enshrined in law.
    • The press are seen as a way of scrutinising the state.
  • 5. Types of Media
    • Newspapers
    • Television News
    • Radio News
    • Social Networks
    • Facebook
    • Youtube
    • Twitter
  • 6.  
  • 7. Getting it Wrong
    • Pictures taken at Inapproprite times.
  • 8. Getting it Wrong
  • 9. Getting it Wrong
  • 10. Getting it Wrong
  • 11. Getting it Wrong
  • 12. Getting it Wrong
    • Pictures taken at Inapproprite times.
    • Recording words we should not have said
    • Ferenc Gyurcsany
    • Video footage that puts police in a bad light
  • 13. Los Angeles 1992
  • 14. LA Riots 29 April 1992
    • Five police officers tried and aquitted
    • 6 days of rioting
    • $1 Billion worth of damage caused
    • Thousands of people injured
    • 53 people killed
  • 15. Getting it Right
    • Work with the press.
    • Only restrict rights when in the interests of safety or justice
    • If police get it wromg then accept it.
    • Talk to each other so that we know what is going on.
  • 16. Belfast 2005
    • Following the refusal of an Orange parade rioting broke out
    • Police Accused of ‘Heavy Handed’ Tactics
    • Orange order deny that their members involved in violence
  • 17. Getting it Right
  • 18. Political Figures
  • 19. Political Figures
  • 20. The Royal Wedding 2011
    • 2 Billion People watched the event
    • 8000 journalists in London for the day
    • CNN had 50 staff on duty
    • 5000 police officers
    • 1 million people along the route
  • 21. Getting it Right
  • 22. The Royal Wedding 2011
    • Creation of secure areas for the press
    • Special passes for the day
    • Security clearance for all press
    • Understanding the needs of the press
  • 23. Remember
    • The press are there to represent everyone’s view not just yours
    • They can assist the police to catch criminals
    • The police can restrict rights but only if absolutely necessary to protect life or uphold the law.
    • Everyone is a potential journalist