Check out this video about surveillance and infiltration from SubMedia: Trouble #5: You Are Being Watched
The following publications are readings that we found really useful in learning more about this stuff. Maybe you will find them useful too!
- Anonymous. (2012). Toronto G20 main conspiracy group: The charges and how they came to be (2nd edition).
- Cicero, M. (2017, May 1). Infiltrated! How to prevent political police from undermining grassroots solidarity. Briarpatch Magazine.
- Crimethinc Ex-Workers’ Collective. (n.d.). What is security culture?
- Kitchen, V., & Rygiel, K. (2015). “Integrated security networks: Less, not more, accountability.” In M.E. Beare, N. Des Rosiers, & A.C. Deshman (Eds.), Putting the state on trial: The policing of protest during the G20 Summit. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press.
- Lamb, N. (2012). The pacification of radical dissent: An anti-security analysis of the Toronto G20 JIG (Master’s thesis).
- Livesey, B. (2017, May 5). Spies in our midst: RCMP and CSIS snoop on green activists. National Observer.
- Milberry, K., & Clement, A. (2015). “Policing as spectacle and the politics of surveillance at the Toronto G20.” In M.E. Beare, N. Des Rosiers, & A.C. Deshman (Eds.), Putting the state on trial: The policing of protest during the G20 Summit. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press.
- Monaghan, J., & Walby, K. (2012a). “Making up ‘terror identities’: Security intelligence, Canada’s Integrated Threat Assessment Centre and social movement suppression.” Policing & Society: An International Journal of Research and Policy, 22, 133-151.
- Monaghan, J., & Walby, K. (2012b). “‘They attacked the city’: Security intelligence, the sociology of protest policing and the anarchist threat at the 2010 Toronto G20 Summit.” Current Sociology, 60, 653-671.
- Morris, C.D. (2010). “Why misogynists make great informants: How gender violence on the left enables state violence in radical movements.” make/shift magazine, Summer/Spring.
- The Ruckus Society. Security culture for activists.
- Wood, L. (2014). Crisis and control: The militarization of protest policing. Toronto, ON: Between the Lines.