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CLAIM E35YM660 PROCEEDINGS

CLAIM E35YM660 PROCEEDINGS

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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

To:

Central London DJSKEL County Court

Wed, 22 Mar at 07:56


To

The Central London County Court


The Circuit Judge


Your Honour


Rightly or wrongly, only God knows, I have been alleging State-organised persecution on me which means that all previous Court officials, National Health Service officials, Police Forces, Parliamentary MPs and other representatives, the so-called Victims of Panigrahi Association, the legal institutions, etc are part of the same State that I am defending against to save my reputation.


Lack of a reply from Kent Police to the following response just goes to prove that it is waiting to salvage what credibility the Judicial System has got left in its perseverance to yet again leave the avenue open to charge me with concocted offence or offences.


Please let me know if I am deluded in my presumptions and so remain a mental patient requiring psychotherapy and psychiatry.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi


----- Forwarded message -----Fw: Kent Police Request for Personal Data Our Ref.: SAR/319/23

From: Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

To: Public Disclosure Kent <public.disclosure@kent.police.uk>

Sent: Tuesday, 21 March 2023 at 17:14:28 GMT

Subject: Re: Kent Police Request for Personal Data Our Ref.: SAR/319/23


Dear Sir


What is this all about: I was under the impression that proceedings at the Central London County Court under E35YM660 had come to a standstill with the Dossier that I submitted to the State authorities, as attached: DOSSIER TO THE STATE AUTHORITIES-digital.pdf. You had conducted an internal review and it had raised worrying concerns that I made known to Kent Police. There was no apology and no compensation and the desktop computer, Mobile Phone, USB Stick and Amazon Fire that Kent Police seized on 24 November 2021 have still not been returned. Instead I received duplicitous emails from Professional Standards Department that I termed ambiguous, and now I consider this interjection as an example of how Kent Police has perverted the course of justice to harass and persecute me.


Whatever you are concocting now please save it for the Circuit Judge at the Central London County Court for tomorrow. I am not interested in any data that you are holding on me having seen how you deal with Freedom of Information Act provisions. The Hearing at the Central London County Court remains adjourned until Kent Police gets its act together. I am prepared to wait for my £5 million in compensation from the UK Treasury for as long as it takes.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619


On Tuesday, 21 March 2023 at 15:45:22 GMT, Public Disclosure Kent <public.disclosure@kent.police.uk> wrote:



Dear Dr Panigrahi,


Thank you for your recent request for access to personal data being processed by Kent Police. Your request has not yet been accepted, as we reasonably require some further information/action from you. Please read the below carefully and reply to this email with the information/action requested if you wish to proceed with your request:


What is a right of access/subject access request (‘SAR’)?


Individuals have the right to be aware of, and verify the lawfulness of, the processing of personal data being carried out by a controller, in accordance with Article 15 of the UK’s General Data Protection Regulation (the ‘UK GDPR’) and Part 3 Section 45 of the Data Protection Act 2018 (the ‘DPA 18’).


Is this the right disclosure pathway for you?


Right of access/subject access is not the process for gathering information or material to assist with legal proceedings (including Family Court/Employment Tribunal matters), housing applications, vetting or job applications, or any matter other than for you to verify the lawfulness of our processing of your personal data.


If you require disclosure of information or material that is the same or similar to the examples above, it may be more appropriate for your request to be processed under another legislative pathway. Please let us know if this is the case and we can help to assess it correctly.


What should I expect to receive?


Right of access/subject access only entitles you to disclosure of personal data held within material, and not necessarily to copies of any material or documents; the right of access/subject access pathway is not intended to assist individuals in obtaining discovery of documents that may assist in litigation, or complaints against third parties.


Your entitlement is only to your personal data, and therefore if you think that information might be held about you that may identify or have been provided by another person(s), you may wish to obtain their written consent for the information to be provided to you. They will also need to provide satisfactory proof of identity.


Various restrictions/exemptions can apply under data protection legislation, and in some circumstances, we may be unable to provide you with access to the personal data you have requested, either in full, or in part. If a restriction/exemption is applied in the case of your request, this will be fully explained to you in our response, unless to do so would undermine the purpose of the restriction/exemption being applied.


Solicitors or representatives making a request on behalf of someone else


We reasonably require copy identification documents that provide sufficient information regarding your client’s identity, and explicit consent of your client to authorise the disclosure of their personal data to you. We require copies of two different official documents which between them clearly show your client’s legal name, date of birth, current address, and photograph. Examples may include a driving licence, passport, birth certificate or a utility bill.


The consent may be provided through a form of authority, which must include the full details of the data subject providing consent, and should refer to the data subject authorising the Chief Constable of Kent to disclose the personal data as requested to you as their representative. This must be signed and dated by the data subject.


PNC/Criminal Record


Please be aware that a right of access/subject access request with Kent Police will not provide data held on the Police National Computer (the ‘PNC’), or a ‘criminal record’. If you require disclosure of this information, or if you are applying for a police certificate for visa or emigration purposes for specific countries, please refer your request to ACRO on their website https://www.acro.police.uk who will be able to assist.


Employment/Vetting


If you require disclosure for employment purposes and you live in England, Scotland, or Wales, please contact the Disclosure and Barring Service (the ‘DBS’) for assistance. If you have been asked to obtain a copy of criminal convictions (or evidence that nothing is held) as part of a recruitment or employment process, this is known as ‘enforced subject access’ and in some circumstances it is a criminal offence for a current or prospective employer or recruiter to require an individual to make a right of access/subject access request as a condition of employment, or for the provision of goods and services.


What we need from you to accept your request


Copy ID documents


In order for us to accept this request for access to personal data, we reasonably require you to provide copies of two official documents which between them provide sufficient information to confirm your identity. The documents should confirm your legal name, date of birth, current address, and photograph. Examples may include a driving licence, passport, birth certificate or a utility bill.


Confirmation of the personal data that you require access to


Please review your request and ensure that you have clearly specified the personal data that you require access to, for example, ‘details of the report I made in January 2022’, rather than ‘all personal data held’. This allows us to process your request most efficiently, as we can identify where the personal data requested is likely to be held, and can make any necessary enquiries with other departments promptly.


If your request is already specific, you do not need to take action to refine it.

X If your request is not specific and is for ‘all personal data held’, please take action to refine it.


Where a right of access/subject access request is assessed by our team as likely to take more than one working day for a Public Disclosure Officer to process, please be aware that you may receive a list of material likely to contain your personal data, as opposed to access to the personal data itself. You will then be given further opportunity to narrow the scope of your request from the list we will provide, if necessary.


If you are unable or unwilling to identify the specific personal data that you require access to initially, or following the provision of a list, consideration may be given to refusing your request in part or in full on the grounds of it being indicative of a ‘manifestly excessive’ request. An example of this would be a request that is assessed to take a Public Disclosure Officer in excess of 30 hours to process.


It is important to note that our team processes a high volume of right of access/subject access requests. We take a structured approach to ensure that we appropriately balance our legislative, operational, and organisational responsibilities. We therefore make you aware that a delay in processing your request is likely. We will endeavour to communicate any delay to you within the one calendar month response period.


Please reply to this email with the information/action requested, or if you have any questions a member of our team will be happy to assist you. If we do not hear back from you within 30 days, your request will be closed with no further action.


Kind regards,


Subject Access (JF)

Public Disclosure Team

Kent Police


Coldharbour

London Road

Aylesford

Kent

ME20 7SL


public.disclosure@kent.police.uk


This email and any other accompanying document(s) contain information from Kent Police and/or Essex Police, which is confidential or privileged. The information is intended to be for the exclusive use of the individual(s) or bodies to whom it is addressed. The content, including any subsequent replies, could be disclosable if relating to a criminal investigation or civil proceedings. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying, distribution or other use of the contents of this information is prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please notify us immediately by contacting the sender or telephoning Kent Police on 01622 690690 or Essex Police on 01245 491491, as appropriate. For further information regarding Kent Police’s or Essex Police’s use of personal data please go to https://www.kent.police.uk/hyg/privacy/ or https://www.essex.police.uk/hyg/privacy/. Additionally for our Terms and Conditions please go to https://www.kent.police.uk/hyg/terms-conditions/ or https://www.essex.police.uk/hyg/terms-conditions/


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