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Complaint of Abuse of Police Powers (Judicial Review Administrative Court CO/1680/2002)2

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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

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Administrative Court Office Case Progression, Enquiries Medway County Court

Fri, 19 Aug at 07:59


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Metropolitan Police

Independent Office for Police Conduct

Professional Standards Department Kent Police



Dear Sirs


Would what I have surmised in the link attached be an accurate representation of the due process for the eventual Judicial Review of the matter in due course, once the Metropolitan Police has made its final decision on whether there was an abuse of powers at Kent Police, and then Medway County Court has ruled on the Injunction applied for under Claim J00ME572?


Role of the Metropolitan Police in monitoring the Police Forces around the country is clarified | The Conservative Lib (theconservativelibertariansociety.com) https://www.theconservativelibertariansociety.com/forum/tclp-uk-proceedings/role-of-the-metropolitan-police-in-monitoring-the-police-forces-around-the-country-is-clarified

Role of the Metropolitan Police in monitoring the Police Forces around t...

Further to my investigation of whether the Metropolitan Police has overall control over the individual police fo...


Thank you for your immediate attention. If the process needs to be revised, it will be in all our interests that the process in known to all parties.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

Link contents:

Role of the Metropolitan Police in monitoring the Police Forces around the country is clarified

in TCLP-UK proceedings

Further to my investigation of whether the Metropolitan Police has overall control over the individual police forces of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, I have had correspondence with them and they have clarified that the only way they would get involved in a complaint by a citizen that the local Police Force under which they live have abused their powers in dealing with crimes alleged if the matter is referred to the Metropolitan Police by the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). It is therefore for the IOPC to investigate complaints and do the referral in conjuction with the Professional Standards Department (PSD) of the Police Force concerned.



In my case of complaint against Kent Police, no such referral has been made and so the Metropolitan Police cannot get involved. The IOPC has not written to me on the matter so that it must be assumed that it is still conducting its investigation in the PSD of Kent Police. The latest communication is linked:


Automatic reply: JUDICIAL REVIEW: CASE REFERENCE NO CO/1680/2002 (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/automatic-reply-judicial-review-case-reference-no-co-1680-2002

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Complaint of Abuse of Police Powers (Judicial Review Administrative Court CO/1680/2002)2

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Fri, 19 Aug at 07:59

Thank you for contacting the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC). We are receiving a high number of enquiries and we will respond to your email within 10 working days. In the meantime, you may find the information below useful.

How to make a complaint

The quickest and easiest way to submit a complaint is via our online complaint form. We will send your complaint directly to the police force involved. The Professional Standards Department (PSD) for the police force will usually respond to your complaint within 15 working days.

Concerns with an ongoing complaint investigation

The IOPC has limited involvement in ongoing complaints handled by the police force’s PSD. If you have an ongoing complaint being handled by the PSD and want to ask for an update, or express any concerns or criticisms, you should contact the PSD directly. Please telephone 101 for the PSD contact details.

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If you received an outcome letter for your complaint, it may offer you the right to ask for a review. A review can only be considered by the relevant review body. Your outcome letter should name the relevant review body and tell you where to send a request for review. Please ensure any request for review is sent as soon as possible and before the deadline stated in the outcome letter.

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If you wish to report a crime, you must report it directly to the police. If you fear for your safety or are in immediate danger you should ring 999.

If your email falls into one of the categories above or you have copied the IOPC into your email, you may not receive a response. However, if you have any more questions please contact 0300 020 0096.

We welcome correspondence in Welsh. We will respond to you in Welsh and that this will not lead to delay.

Rydym yn croesawu gohebiaeth yn Gymraeg. Byddwn yn ymateb i chi yn Gymraeg ac na fydd hyn yn arwain at oedi.


This message and its content may contain confidential, privileged or copyright information. They are intended solely for the use of the intended recipient. If you received this message in error, you must not disclose, copy, distribute or take any action which relies on the contents. Instead, please inform the sender and then permanently delete it. Any views or opinions expressed in this communication are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the IOPC. Only specified staff are authorised to make binding agreements on behalf of the IOPC by email. The IOPC accepts no responsibility for unauthorised agreements reached with other employees or agents. The IOPC cannot guarantee the security of this email or any attachments. While emails are regularly scanned, the IOPC cannot take any liability for any virus that may be transmitted with the internet. The IOPC communication systems are monitored to the extent permitted by law. Consequently, any email and or attachments may be read by monitoring staff.


Gall y neges hon gynnwys gwybodaeth gyfrinachol, freintiedig neu hawlfraint. Dim ond y derbynnydd arfaethedig ddylai eu defnyddio. Os ydych chi wedi derbyn y neges hon trwy gamgymeriad, peidiwch â dosbarthu, copïo neu gymryd unrhyw gamau sydd yn dibynnu ar y cynnwys. Yn lle, rhowch wybod i’r anfonwr ac wedyn dileu’r neges yn barhaol os gwellwch yn dda. Barn yr awdur yn unig yw’r safbwynt a barn a fynegir hyn ac nid o reidrwydd yn cynrychioli barn yr IOPC. Dim ond staff penodol sydd ag awdurdod i wneud cytundebau rhwymol ar ran yr IOPC trwy e-bost. Nid yw’r IOPC yn derbyn unrhyw gyfrifoldeb am gytundebau diawdurdod y daethpwyd iddynt gyda gweithwyr neu asiantau eraill. Ni all yr IOPC sicrhau diogelwch yr e-bost hwn nac unrhyw atodiadau. Er bod e-byst yn cael eu sganio’n rheolaidd, ni all yr IOPC gymryd unrhyw gyfrifoldeb am unrhyw firws y gellir ei drosglwyddo gyda’r rhyngrwyd. Mae systemau cyfathrebu IOPC yn cael eu monitro i’r graddau a ganiateir gan y gyfraith. O ganlyniad, gall unrhyw e-bost a neu atodiadau gael ei ddarllen gan staff monitro.


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