Meeting agreed between fan groups and ACC Corrigan

Published on Thursday 24th November, 2011 by Celtic Trust

Last week the Trust published an article responding to the press coverage of a proposed meeting between the Trust, the Celtic Supporters' Association and the Assistant Chief Constable of Strathclyde Police.  Both organisations pulled out of the meeting because it had been misrepresented in a tabloid newspaper.  However, the Trust indicated that we would be willing to meet with the Police or any other individual or organisation if it was in the interests of our members and the Celtic support generally as long as it was on the basis of an agreed and published agenda and conducted in good faith.

We were contacted by ACC Corrigan and he has informed us that his position was misrepresented and we have now agreed an agenda for a meeting.  In that spirit the Trust, together with the CSA, the AICSC and the ARCSC will meet Mr Corrigan today to discuss the following agenda:


  1. The nature of the policing of the Hibs game (29/10/11)
  2. The refusal of the Match Commander to meet with supporters' groups following this game
  3. A discussion of some recent arrests and the basis of them.



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