UFFC Rally 2020 : Memorial family event takes place online

UFFC 2020 Online Memorial Video Feature
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source: 4WardEverUK
published: 1 November 2020

In October 2020 the United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC) annual protest & rally moved online with a powerful video tribute that remembered the victims and heard from some of the families affected.

UFFC extended their thanks to Ken Fero of Migrant Media for compiling the film. It will remain online permanently for viewing at any time.

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The film includes moving and powerful statements from and short clips about several families including those of Christopher Alder, Kingsley Burrell, Gaia Pope, Justice for the 96, Darren Neville, Sheku Bayoh, Cherry Groce, Jack Susianta, Allan Marshall and many others.

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UFFC members online invitation & questionnaire

UFFC Members Invitation & Questionnaire 2020source: United Families & Friends Campaign
published: 20 October 2020

Would you or your family like to become a member of the United Families & Friends Campaign (UFFC)?

This Invitation & Questionnaire is aimed at all families across the UK whose loved ones have died at the hands of the state.

Only complete this questionnaire if you or your family would like to be part of a national campaign collective.

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IOPC Annual report and plans announced & annual deaths report

IOPC websiteall credits: IOPC
published: September 2020

In September 2020 the Independent Office for Police Misconduct (IOPC) released details of their Impact report and Strategic plan for the period 2018-2022, setting out improvement plans for policing practice and reducing future risks.

The following is transcribed from the IOPC website.

Impact report
Our second annual Impact report shows how our work is making a difference by influencing improvements in policing practice and reducing future risks. It sets out our impact in four priority areas of police accountability, using learning, working with others and being an effective organisation.

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