Thank you for visiting The Freedom Campaign, a UK Civil Liberties group highlighting and combating the ugly question of police Corruption/misconduct in the South West.
We collect Experiences and Suggestions for Action.
This site shows instances of corruption, including how the
British police routinely subvert the Courts
to imprison and attack innocent people.
This Campaign is anti-crime and does not accuse all officers of corrupt practise/misconduct.
Please note: Many subsites and redirects now run from this domain. These are not associated with the Campaign, nor vice versa, unless explicitly stated otherwise. The content of external sites is beyond our control.
It's been two years since the last major update, and a lot has happened in that time.
I was thinking of winding down the Campaign, but then two individuals contacted me independently and thanked me for hosting it. One in the midst of a string of successful cases in Coventry, and another hapless chap in Swindon.
(Irritatingly, wilts police have pushed the conflict resolution service over the edge since the last update.)
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We supporting VoIP telephone dialling (including Skype).
Old News about Parking is now in the Campaign Diary.
I've bedded in the restructuring visually, and later on we'll move to an article/CMS-based structure. Perhaps even later on, the remit can be widened to considering the surrounding sociological implications and causes of corrupt conduct.
There is now a mobile version of this site.
The Small Crusaders Webring has been removed and may feature on the Civil Liberties Directory in future. You may still visit the hubpage, though. The help pages for it were out of date, and have been taken offline.
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Wiltshire police claim to respond to emergency calls promptly, but witnesses cite Three Days as the usual response time, unless you live in Calne, where Never is the norm.