Toulouse : un dispositif de maintien de l’ordre disproportionné et dangereux pour les libertés publiques : Rapport de l’Observatoire des Pratiques Policières de Toulouse, Mai 2017 - Mars 2019

Abstract : Following various demonstrations in Toulouse (particularly against French labour law changes), the Toulouse League for Human Rights (LDH), the Copernicus Foundation and the French layers trade union (SAF) noticed the implementation of disproportionate law enforcement measures. With the idea of guaranteeing freedom of expression for all, the associations then decided to set up an Observatory of Police Practices (OPP) with the help of the National Scientific Research Council (CNRS) researchers, in Toulouse. Its two main objectives are: - Investigating Police force practices and measures implemented during demonstrations, in using a rigorous methodology. - Analyzing the police's relationship with citizens during these same demonstrations. Interviewing anonymously or not Police officers was also planned from the start.
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Pascal Gassiot, Daniel Welzer-Lang. Toulouse : un dispositif de maintien de l’ordre disproportionné et dangereux pour les libertés publiques : Rapport de l’Observatoire des Pratiques Policières de Toulouse, Mai 2017 - Mars 2019. [Rapport de recherche] Lisst-cers Cnrs, Ligue des droits de l'Homme; Syndicat des avocats de France; Fondation Copernic. 2019. ⟨hal-02103935⟩

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