HN110

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This article is part of the Undercover Research Portal at Powerbase - investigating corporate and police spying on activists



Part of a series on
undercover police officers
'HN110'
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Alias: unknown
Deployment: unknown
Unit:
Targets:
unknown

HN110 is the cipher given to a former officer with the Special Demonstration Squad, who served in back office or as a manager for the unit.[1]

Their name will be released in the Inquiry in due course[1] and any cover name used will be considered at the 'document redaction stage'.[2]

As an SDS Officer

HN110 is mentioned in the risk assessment of HN30, an SDS cover officers. It names HN110 as a back office detective constable in the last period of the unit, whom senior management (HN314, HN275) of the unit 'had it in for'.[3]


In the Undercover Public Inquiry

  • On 11 May 2018: directed that any anonymity applications to be filed by 31 May 2018 for both the MPS legal team and the Designated Lawyers team.[4]
  • 21 June 2018: no application to restrict name made; name to be released in due course.[1][5]

Other material

They did not use a cover name as an SDS officer.[6]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Press notice - 'Minded to' decisions relating to anonymity applications: Special Demonstration Squad, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 21 June 2018.
  2. Kate Wilkinson, Counsel to the Inquiry's Explanatory Note to accompany the Chairman's 'Minded-To' Note 12 in respect of applications for restrictions over the real and cover names of officers of the Special Operations Squad and the Special Demonstration Squad, Undercover Public Inquiry, 13 September 2018.
  3. Adrian Baxter, N30 - Risk Assessment (gisted), Metropolitan Police Service, 28 August 2018 (accessed 2 October 2018, via ucpi.org.uk).
  4. Sir John Mitting, Applications for restriction orders in respect of the real and cover names of officers of the Special Operations Squad and the Special Demonstrations Squad: Directions, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 11 May 2018.
  5. Sir John Mitting, Applications for restriction orders in respect of the real and cover names of officers of the Special Operations Squad and the Special Demonstration Squad - 'Minded To' Note 11, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 21 June 2018.
  6. Kate Wilkinson, Counsel to the Inquiry's Explanatory Note to accompany the Chairman's 'Minded To' Note 12 in respect of applications for restrictions over the real and cover name of officers of the Special Operations Squad and the Special Demonstration Squad - Update as at 30 July 2018, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 30 July 2018.