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In a press briefing, Gould confirmed to reporters that he was in it for the long haul, with the objective of pushing the Club towards Conference League football. As a result of audits, it has been established that on 05/11/2022 at 21:42hrs and 06/11/2022 at 04:12hrs, whilst on duty, you checked the nominal record of [Adam] . Zac disputed that he smoked Cannabis or allowed anyone else to smoke Cannabis in his vehicle, and tol Sadly, both of these Police vices came together in the Met’s grossly abusive treatment of my client Jervon a black Caribbean man who is vulnerable by reason of several mental health issues and was, to all intents and purposes, criminalised by the Met Police solely because of that vulnerability.

Unfortunately, all too many Police Officers behave as if they do have the right to ‘take names’ from whomsoever they like, and resort to misrepresenting their powers, bluffing, threatening or even using force against people who fail to comply. The Custody Sergeant advised my client that she was authorising his detention so that the Police could “ secure and preserve evidence” and “ obtain evidence by question” i. I have blogged before about the Police misuse of Mental Health Act powers and the distressing approach taken by all too many officers, which is that mental health issues are to be treated as if they are some sort of crime in and of themselves.PC Doyle then used his radio again stating “There’s a male been arrested for assault police, punching out at officers…….

Ehab told the officer that the handcuffs were too tight and were hurting him, but PC Langford displayed no concern or compassion and merely shouted at Ehab not to move. The Covid years were stressful enough on young families without having your home itself become a place haunted by such a distressing memory, and Emily had to support her children emotionally as they both became very clingy to her, reluctant to sleep alone and fearful of strangers and sudden knocks at the door. Nevertheless, the energetic PC Miller now grabbed Peter and placed his right wrist into handcuffs, before forcing him face down onto a couch, knocking his glasses off in the process, and cuffing his left wrist with the assistance of another officer who also leant in through the window. At 19:38, Officer Hunnisett recorded that “… DPA stated he wanted to go home, to which I stated he needs to be interviewed about the allegation”.The man ‘guarding’ Emily shouted at her “ Don’t move your hands” and then “ Who else is in the property? These officers spoke to some of the people at the scene, including the woman who had first touched Jervon. The intentions behind the “Clare’s Law” system are certainly admirable – but those who have the “right to ask” should also have the right to expect that the answers they receive are completely accurate, whilst those whose personal data is in the hands of the Police, must have the right to know that it is not being corrupted by egregious mistakes.

The Police would then escalate that situation by committing trespass to Jervon’s person, in the manner described above. By this point several members of the public had gathered and began recording the incident on their mobile phones. When asked about any previous convictions, Adam was upfront and honestly informed Mr Clasp of his sole previous conviction for drink driving. Lack of sleep, being scared to live in your own home, Watching my children drop to the floor and crawl on all fours because of the sound of someone moving a wheelie bin for example, Having to try and live my life with two children who were until very recently unable to be in a separate room to myself at any time. Adam’s complaint was investigated by the Force’s Counter Corruption Unit, who were able to check the audit log on the Police National Computer and establish that PC Roose had indeed accessed Adam’s information without lawful justification.Further insult was added to my client’s injury by the fact that although his complaint against PC Langford was upheld in quite striking terms, the officer was let off with little more than a disciplinary ‘slap on the wrist’ for what he had done, an outcome which put me in mind of a recent report in the Guardian, highlighting how the Police complaint system’s light touch was enabling dangerous officers. Officers checked the details of the complaint and ascertained that my client had not committed any crime. Sadly, such an experience – yet another wrongful arrest at an airport – befell my client Imran, a Safety Inspector and man of unblemished character, in the circumstances which I will explain below. Instead, PC Doyle now again asked his colleagues if they had enough for a “136” and PC Little, despite having earlier said that she was “happy” with this approach now admitted “I don’t know, because he won’t talk to us. In the early evening of 31 July 2020, PC Miller of Wiltshire Police attended at my client’s property.

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