Policing the PipelineMinnesota Law Enforcement Agency Blocks Release of Public Records About Surveilling Pipeline Opponents
The state’s fusion center, which coordinates police intelligence-sharing, enacted the policy after critical stories in the news media.
A Canadian Energy Company Bought an Oregon Sheriff’s Unit
Pembina was the sole funding source of a sheriff’s unit that monitored opposition to the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas pipeline and export terminal.
The U.S. Border Patrol and an Israeli Military Contractor Are Putting a Native American Reservation Under “Persistent Surveillance”
Elbit Systems, which touts its products as “field-proven” on Palestinians, was contracted to build a high-tech surveillance system on Tohono O’odham land.
North Dakota Seeks to Restrict Access to Public Records After Standing Rock Reporting Exposed Law Enforcement Abuses
A new bill would prevent the release of records related to security operations involving “critical infrastructure,” which includes fossil fuel pipelines.