Updated: Jul 20
The Fixation Persons Investigation Unit (FPIU) is a division of the New South Wales Police Force first established in 2017. It is comprised of both police officers and mental health specialists who are tasked with identifying "potentially vulnerable people who may be at risk of exposure to extremist material."
Arrest of friendlyjordies Producer, Kristo Lanker
Kristo Langker was arrested by the FPIU on the 4th of June 2021, charged with two counts of "stalking or intimidating with the intent to cause fear of physical or mental harm" against then-Deputy Premier John Barilaro.
Charges Laid by the Fixated Persons Investigation Unit
The friendlyjordies Team has been provided 5 pages of documentation listing the charges laid by the FPIU from the 1st of May 2017 through to the 31st of July 2021. These documents were released under Standing Order 52 of the NSW Parliament.
The full list of screen captured documents can be viewed below:
Friendlyjordies Youtube Coverage of the Fixated Persons Investigation Unit
The friendlyjordies team has covered the FPIU extensively since the arrest of producer, Kristo Langker. The full timeline of videos covering the FPIU, in order, can be viewed below.