I have been through this complaint to Police System and found it to be both corrupt for exactly the same reasons as Ian Gould. Being wise after the event, I should have immediately instructed a lawyer. Now many years later the criminal conduct by the original offender got worse and caused me serious damage. The Police have through my complaint and correspondence dug themselves a very deep hole and given me documentary evidence. The Crime Report Note records; 28/10/2008 16:09 “Sent a letter to the victim …. that the decision was made from the SRA that there were no criminal matters to investigate. The Police Investigating Officers breached PACE 1996. AND Article 3 of the HRA 1998. (Unlawful sub delegation). The matter progressed to the Law Society Ombudsman and the IPCA and the Serious Fraud Office, who advised me to referred back to TV Police the police purported that they had investigated the matter when the facts show they had plagiarised the fraudulent Adjudicators findings. This provided evidence that the Police had not investigated, and instead subdelegated and relied on the SRA Report.
Iain Gould- Actions Against the Police Solicitor
“You have to come to the conclusion there must be hundreds of people that shouldn’t be here, who should be thrown out. There must be hundreds who are behaving disgracefully, undermining our integrity and need ejecting.”
Sir Mark Rowley, Metropolitan Police Commissioner, October 2022
In the context of the recent damning Casey report regarding the state of health – or lack of it – of the Metropolitan Police’s complaints and misconduct system, and which occasioned the extremely frank comments of the Met Commissioner as cited above, I am sure that one of the questions which I am frequently asked as a specialist in claims against the Police is at the forefront of many people’s minds – i.e whether or not a victim of Police violence, unlawful arrest or other form of misconduct should pursue a formal complaint…
Whereas a damages claim can entitle a person to significant financial…
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