Friday, March 2, 2012

Poster of the Week

Stop LAPD Spying!

Jacinto De La Paz

2011 updated Feb. 2012

Special Order 1 authorizes LAPD officers to gather street-level intelligence and information, based upon what is termed “observed behavior.” These behaviors include such everyday activities as drawing diagrams, or taking notes, pictures or video footage, using cameras or binoculars. SO 1 solidifies and enables a system that normalizes racial profiling and places the brunt of these repressive policies on immigrants, students, social justice and political activists, poor folks and communities of color. It is important to realize that SO 11’s fundamental premise is that each and every person is a potential suspect.


Immigrants, Youth, Formerly Incarcerated People, and Other Concerned Communities Join Forces to Stop Civil Rights Abuses Authorized in LAPD “Special Order 1”

Learn about the campaign to rescind LAPD’s Special Order 1 (formerly Special Order 11), a policy directive that infringes on privacy and civil liberties, promotes racial profiling and legitimizes spying by law enforcement.


Saturday March 3rd, 2012 at 10:30 AM

828 W. Washington Bl., Los Angeles, CA 90015

(SEIU USWW Union hall)

For further information please call Hamid Khan at 562-230-4578 or email at

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