Police Use ‘community Oriented Policing’ To Create Entire Communities Of Spies

Posted: January 17, 2016 in SWIG

Community-Oriented Policing (COP) is being used with the help of religious groups, businesses, schools etc., to spy on everyone.

Community oriented policing research began in the 1970’s but wasn’t officially implemented until 1994, which means police have been spying on Americans for TWENTY TWO YEARS! The Center for Problem Oriented Policing website is a great resource to find out more about COP.

Police use homeowners associations, religious groups, property managers, businesses, schools, healthcare providers etc. to spy on everyone.

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  1. Police were using Neighborhood Watch to spy on Seattle residents back in 1987. I had a friend who was actively involved in this network – when he wasn’t free lancing for the CIA.

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