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The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
The press and the police
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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

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