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Policing and organisation of vigils relating to the safety of women in public places

Inquiry

The Home Affairs Committee is seeking evidence on the policing of vigils held over the weekend of 13 and 14 March 2021 which followed the tragic death of Sarah Everard.

The Committee wishes to hear from those who participated in, organised, policed, or were otherwise affected by the vigils about their experiences of these events. The Committee will seek to take evidence about the vigils very soon so that it can understand what happened, why vigils were policed differently in different places, and what lessons can be learned.

Read the call for evidence for more details about the inquiry

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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24 March 2021
Inquiry Policing and organisation of vigils relating to the safety of women in public places
Witnesses Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP, Anna Birley (Reclaim These Streets), Griff Ferris (Legal Observer at Black Protest Legal Support), and Chief Constable Craig Guildford
Committees Home Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
SAF0020 - Policing and organisation of vigils relating to the safety of women in public places
Witnesses Cllr Joanna Reynolds
Committees Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
SAF0016 - Policing and organisation of vigils relating to the safety of women in public places
Witnesses Black Protest Legal Support
Committees Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
SAF0017 - Policing and organisation of vigils relating to the safety of women in public places
Witnesses Reclaim These Streets
Committees Home Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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