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Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Surrey Police wants to hear from anyone “seriously impacted” by the insulate Britain protests on the M3 and M25.

A dedicated team of officers has been building a case against the protesters who targeted a number of junctions in September.

The most recent activity in Surrey resulted in 38 people being arrested. 

A Police spokesperson says the force wants to build the best case possible to take to the CPS to secure prosecutions where appropriate.

Temporary Detective Sergeant Steven Cassidy, who is part of the investigation team, said:

 “We are keen to be able to present the fullest evidential picture we can to the Crown Prosecution Service in order that we can reflect the seriousness of the situation and seek to prosecute the most appropriate offences. Therefore, we are appealing for help from anyone who suffered a serious personal impact as a result of the disruption.”

However, please only come forward if you have suffered serious impact. You also need to be willing to provide us with a statement and then go to court to give your evidence for any trials that may follow – this could mean more than one visit to court as we may have a situation where we are running a number of trials. I must reiterate that the impact needs to be serious – it cannot just be that it was inconvenient.”

T/DS Cassidy added: “My team is continuing to work tirelessly to collect evidence to ensure anyone breaking the law is brought to justice. This has included sifting through numerous social media posts to find those heart-breaking stories of people who were seriously affected by these protests. If that was you, and you have not already come forward, please do so – we would really like to hear from you.”

If you can help, please contact us quoting reference PR/45210099745."

posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:00 pm  

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