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FSF Watching Football is Not A Crime Event 28th November

The FSF is holding a Watching Football Is Not A Crime! in Liverpool on Thursday 28th November (7pm-9pm). The event gives fans the opportunity to air their views on policing and stewarding at football, and question the experts.
 
Date: Thursday 28th November 2013 (6pm doors, 7pm start)
Venue: Epstein Theatre, 85 Hanover Street, L1 3DZ
Register free: Simply email your name and club to events@fsf.org.uk
Panellists: Supt Chris Markey (Force Operations, Merseyside Police); David Lewis (Head of Security and Stadium Safety, Everton); Dr Joel Rookwood (Hope University, his research interests include fan culture and identity); Amanda Jacks (Caseworker, FSF). The event will be chaired by the FSF’s Michael Brunskill.
 
While the FSF understand that some fans might have individual complaints relating to specific incidents for which they are seeking answers, this isn't the forum for that. However, the FSF are happy to offer advice in relation to such complaints, email amanda.jacks@fsf.org.uk.
 
This event is open to fans of all clubs.


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