Chiswick Student Arrested After Tuition Fee Protests

22 year old woman bailed pending inquiries into violent disorder

EMA and Fees - Chiswick Community School Speaks Out

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A 22 year old student from Chiswick was amongst a number arrested this week after the disorder in central London on 10 November 2010.

The young woman, arrested on Monday 17th January on suspicion of violent disorder, was later bailed to return in May 2011 pending further inquiries

Initially 54 people (33 men and 21 women) were arrested in connection with the protests against student tuition fees. All were taken to various London police stations and later bailed to return pending further inquiries.

Since then, officers have arrested more than 200 people, most in their late teens and early 20s including two girls aged 16 and 17, both from Hanwell on suspicion of criminal damage after they allegedly graffitied a police van.

Anyone who can assist the Police with their inquiries is asked to contact the Operation Malone team on 020-8358 0100; if you wish to remain anonymous please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

January 19, 2011

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