Photography is not a crime... So why is it still often treated as such?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Phil Rhodes)
Police, Camera, Stop! Why are journalists and camera users still being prevented from using cameras in public places despite official guidelines from senior police officers? photography in public placesPolice guidance for photographycriminal camera usePhotography is not a crimeACPO photography guidance
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