Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Hesse

  • „I can’t breathe!“, a man who picked up his father at German police had to shout

    „I can’t breathe!“, a man who picked up his father at German police had to shout

    Officers in southern Hesse overwrite incriminating video after police violence Police in the German city Idstein, Hesse, have overwritten footage from a camera showing a arbitrary act of violence. 38-year-old Liam Conway wanted to pick up his 75-year-old father, who had appeared at the police station in the Rheingau-Taunus district because of a traffic accident. […]

  • German Interior Ministers against criticism of Israel

    German Interior Ministers against criticism of Israel

    The federal states have adopted some new measures on the „Middle East conflict“ Interior ministers and senators of the 16 German Länder want to strengthen their cooperation against „Israel-related anti-Semitism“. Among other things, they have decided to „convey a realistic image of Israel“ in schools. The responsible agencies are to develop „assistance“ for teaching staff […]

  • Legal action against Commissioner Computer

    Legal action against Commissioner Computer

    German Constitutional Court hears case on automated data analysis by the police Is a company allowed to use technical tools on behalf of the police to create a profile of people and determine their supposed dangerousness? Is this a „data mining“ and is it also in line with fundamental rights to prevent dangers? On Tuesday, […]

  • End of Berlin model project: Politicians, police dispute about tasers

    End of Berlin model project: Politicians, police dispute about tasers

    Since the turn of the millennium, German special forces have been equipped with „distance electric pulse devices“, and more and more states now allow them in patrol duty. Within three years, six people died in Germany after being shot. The use of this weapon is contested in Berlin. For five years, the police in Berlin […]