KYR_Booklet_5_Print.pdf


Notes:
ESSENTIAL NOTE. IF THIS GUIDE IS TO BE SHARED IN EITHER DIGITAL OR PRINTED FORM, PLEASE ATTACH THIS NOTE:
There are some recent amendments in the Policing and crime act 2017 s159-163, which may not be reflected in this booklet and it is important that we bring them to your attention. The links take you to the most recent information and this supercedes anything in these printed materials.

- An arrestee who is suspected of not being a UK national can be required to state their nationality and provide documentation. This practically removes their ability to be anonymous but isn't automatic, it's an offence not to "if required to do so". (section 159 Policing & Crime Act 2017)
- It is now an offence for a defendant in court to not give their name,
date of birth and nationality if required to do so. Contrary to what
those squatters got away with a couple of years ago, there is no
anonymity after court proceedings have begun. (section 162 Policing &
Crime Act 2017)

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2017/3/section/159/enacted

http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/2017/3/section/162/enacted

IN ADDITION, since going to print GBC has now restructured.
The GBC website is still active: https://greenandblackcross.org
For updated contact details: https://greenandblackcross.org/restart-public-statement
LDMG is now Activist Court Aid Brigade: https://activistcourtaid.info/