Police spying must be investigated

Rochelle Rees  is a mother of a seven-year-old, an IT professional that drinks soy lattes and she’s pretty sure the police have been spying on her.

Evidence is mounting that over the last decade police and private investigator firm Thompson and Clark have been involved in increasingly sinister activities directed at activists, including surveillance and spying.

If true, this would be a serious blow to freedom of expression and assembly in New Zealand.

We rely on the police to keep us safe and be impartial, not to be undermining political protest and to dampen the effectiveness of democratic change.

Join us in asking Prime Minster Jacinda Arden for a full and independent inquiry into this dubious behaviour.

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Police spying must be investigated

Rochelle Rees  is a mother of a seven-year-old, an IT professional that drinks soy lattes and she’s pretty sure the police have been spying on her.

Evidence is mounting that over the last decade police and private investigator firm Thompson and Clark have been involved in increasingly sinister activities directed at activists, including surveillance and spying.

If true, this would be a serious blow to freedom of expression and assembly in New Zealand.

We rely on the police to keep us safe and be impartial, not to be undermining political protest and to dampen the effectiveness of democratic change.

Join us in asking Prime Minster Jacinda Arden for a full and independent inquiry into this dubious behaviour.

1,025 actions taken so far, help us reach 1,500 today