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From snapshot to Special Branch: how Paul Lewis' camera made him a terror suspect Casual shots of London's Gherkin attract stop and search just days after police were reminded street photography is no offence Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theguardian For more from Guardian news: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL68D28EBAE3AEAC9A&feature=view_all
Location: Great Britain VS of trains coming in and out of a station. CU. of policeman answering a outdoor telephone. Panning shot of line of policemen walking through a wood, searching for evidence. VS. Police dog and handler tracking through ferns in wood, they find small boy looking battered and bruised. VS of police frogmen searching a canal or river. Two men are in a rowing boat, one is holding a rope attached something the frogman has found. They haul out a television aerial. (Eastman Neg.) FILM ID:3151.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
The Special Detective Unit (SDU) is the main domestic security agency of the Garda Síochána, the national police force of Ireland, under the aegis of the Crime & Security Branch (CSB). It is the primary counter-terrorism and counter-espionage investigative unit in the country. The Special Detective Unit superseded the Special Branch which they are still commonly referred to as. They work in conjunction with the Defence Forces Directorate of Military Intelligence – Ireland's national intelligence agency – on internal matters. The unit's headquarters are based in Harcourt Street, Dublin City. The Special Detective Unit operates out of the Dublin Metropolitan Region (DMR) Headquarters of the Gardaí in Harcourt St, Dublin, and has personnel in all six Garda regions. The unit has a number of s...
The special branch unit of the Guyana police is lending support to their colleagues in A division to help pull the plug on criminal activity. More from Javone Vickerie.
Intelligence & Espionage playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL190891145FBF33D4 more at http://quickfound.net "This film explores techniques used by surveillance teams, specifically the use of three cars to monitor the subject." This film, shot in London and with a British narrator, appears to have been produce by MI5 or possibly Special Branch. The CIA title at the opening says "Internal Use Only" presumably because the Brits gave it to their American cousins with this stipulation. Then someone took a print for the National Archives. Oops. Every musical track on the film generated copyright strikes, so unfortunately I was forced to remove all of the music in between narration. The narration is all intact. Public domain film from the US National Archives, slightly cropped ...
Police officers in plain clothes from the Special Branch sitting in a pick up truck opposite the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre premises observed the 'Reclaiming Fiji Day' event on 10 October 2012. They photographed the participants, placards and banners displayed outside the Centre calling for freedom and democracy.
A very rare sight of two of the Metropolitan Police Specialist Protection vehicles seen here twice around Lambeth Roundabout then Parliament Square later on that same day. Filmed on 27/02/15 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/87355703@N02/ My Twitter: https://twitter.com/PVGJames
Koevoet - A Documentary South African Police Special Forces The Koevoet ([ˈkufut], translated to crowbar, abbreviated Operation K or SWAPOL-COIN) was a major paramilitary organisation under South African-administered South-West Africa, now the Republic of Namibia.
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The Met's Historical Vehicle Fleet is moving to a new home and to mark the occasion iconic cop cars dating back to 1948 will be part of a unique convoy through central London - and you can be part of it. Join classic car enthusiasts, policing experts and historians on the streets of London for a moving retrospective of some of the most recognisable police vehicles in the World. Vehicles including the 1948 Wolseley 18/85, 1970 Morris Minor 1000 and the 1973 Special Branch Rover P6 will be leaving Hampton Traffic Garage for the final time before making their way to New Scotland Yard. The convoy then heads up to the Met's Peel Centre, Hendon - the new home of the Fleet. The route will take in some of London's famous locations and offer the public a special opportunity to see the vehicles i...
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The Malaysian police have arrested three suspected Islamic State militants who were planning to attack Hindu temple in Batu Caves, entertainment outlets and police stations. The militants were planning to attack their targets using grenades and firearms on the eve of National Day. Islamic State militants were arrested by Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Pahang between Saturday and Monday. According to Inspector General, the trio had been receiving orders from ISIS militant Mohammad Wanndy Mohammad Jedi. The first suspect was detained in Selangor with a K75 grenade and pistol along with 9mm bullets and the other two were detained on august 29. Newzstreet TV Videos - Dedicated to bringing you the latest and best in politics, sports, current affairs a...
Fact-filled talk at the launch of the AR Spycatcher blog. The undercover officers of Britain's political secret police units - the Spcial Demonstration Squad and the National Public Order Intelligence Unit - lived for years among the activists they spied on. They formed strong bonds, organised illegal action, and targeted women through long-term relationships. The shocking extent of spying and infiltration by the police into the animal rights movement - a violation of human rights that is still happening now - is exposed here. For more information, see https://network23.org/arspycatcher/ Talk given at London Vegans meeting in London, 22 February 2017. Film by Reel News http://www.reelnews.co.uk http://campaignopposingpolicesurveillance.com/
Spies, assassins, surveillance, and sudden death are business as usual for the Special Branch of London's Metropolitan Police. A classic British drama from the 1970s, this gritty police procedural focuses on the veteran cops and brash newcomers dedicated to stopping terrorism and countering espionage in the nation's capital. Featuring an exceptional cast including George Sewell (Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy), Patrick Mower (Callan), and Richard Leech (Doctor Who). "Hard-hitting"—Scotsman(UK). 13 episodes, 11 hrs, 4 DVDs, SDH. Mature audiences. Available for purchase at http://acornonline.com/special-branch%2c-set-1/p/special-branch/
मुंबई पुलिस के इतिहास में पहली बार , स्पेशल ब्रांच के ऑफीसर भी बने रात के सिपहसालार शाहिद अंसारी मुंबई: मुबंई पुलिस के इतिहास में पहली बार ऐसा हुआ है कि अब स्पेशल ब्रांच के पुलिस अधिकारी भी रात के समय गश्त के लिए तैनात किए गए हैं। रात 11 बजे लेकर सूबह 5 बजे तक स्पेशल ब्रांच के पुलिस अधिकारी पूरी मुबंई में गश्त कर रहे हैं।नाइट राउंड के लिए एम.टी सेक्शन के एक ड्राइवर के साथ एसबी के ज़ोनल ऑफीसर रात के समय पूरी मुंबई में विज़िट कर रहे हैं।रात में गश्त करने वाले अधिकारियों को निर्देष दिए गए हैं कि रात की ड्युटी खतम होने के बाद लिखित रूप से इसकी रिपोर्ट कंट्रोल को सौंपने के बाद ही घर जाऐं।सुबह घर जाने के बाद उसी दिन दोपहेर को 1 बजे फिर से रुटीन ड्युटी पर काम करें। रात में गश्त करने वाले एस.बी अधिकारियों की यह ज़िम्मेदारी होगी कि वह अकेले ही मुंबई में लड़ाई झगड़ा,डांस बारों में गैर कानूनी गतिव...
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