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FURTHER HARASSMENT DISHED OUT ON ME

FURTHER HARASSMENT DISHED OUT ON ME

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Shantanu Panigrahi <shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com>

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Northkent Magistrates Court

Tue, 27 Jun at 06:22


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North Kent Magistrates Court

sitting at Medway Magistrates Court


Dear Magistrates


1. Further to our correspondence concerning the attached Summons Referral to Court (LetterfromNKMCHearingTrial10Nov2023.pdf) my complaints against the Chief Constable of Kent Police to the Legal Ombudsman and the Independent Office for Police Conduct did not receive an acknowledgment as attached: ToIndOfficeforPoliceConductccLegalOmbudsman(REFERRAL)26Jun2023.docx; and further my complaint to KMPT failed to result in the just disposal of my medical diagnosis and treatment plan as attached: To KMPT(Complaint)23Jun2023.


2. The Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Oranusi telephoned me and the following discussion took place:

The Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Emmanuel Oranusi was 25 minutes late in telephoning me this morning and I asked him at the start whether He had forgotten about me. He said he was running late. He asked How I was. I said that in the past few days I was going through a mental health crisis. I said I was getting a lot of trolling emails and because I am very sensitive to such intrusions I had difficulty coping with these from my replies. The Police arrested me four time in the past 18 months and showed me some emails that I did not recognise as having been sent by me personally and I thought the trolls had hacked my email accounts to send them from our computer IP address, so Kent Police have been investigating me for stalking, harassment and malicious communications which I do not understand. I had Solicitors but they are not of much use. I was bailed on 20 April 2023 to appear at Medway Police Station on 18 June 2023 amd wjem I went I was served with an extension of bail document that says that I have to appear again on 28 September 2023 at 4 pm. So Kent Police is continuing with its investigations.

Dr Oranusi questioned me about whether I felt that some power was controlling me in my head. I said I used to think that God was directing me to actions. There were demons in my head when I was younger but these days I am not affected. I felt that the State of the United Kingdom was persecuting me. I do not know what the Police will do next. On further questioning I said that I was seeking to recover the £55000 that I was owed as redundancy money 26 years ago. He asked if I had gone to the Employment Tribunal. I said Yes, they did not see me my way. I took the University to Medway County Court and High Court for Defamation for finding that I had conducted as a misconduct person but it all amounted to nothing. I took Kent Police to Court.


I said We have some holidays planned this year to Broadstairs to celebrate my wife’s birthday, then to Turkey in September and then in Indian during January next year. He liked that and said so.


I said I have had 6-7 Consultation Sessions with a Psychotherapist. The trolls have cyber-attacked me because of my websites.


I asked Dr Oranusi what my present diagnoisis is. He said it is paranoid schizophrenia. I asked if he would give me a Care Plan. He said do not worry about the diagnosis. I asked what my prognosis is and if it is going to be a life-long thing. He said as long as you are stable that is all OK. I asked what about ‘Dos and donts’ He said no alcohol or drugs., I told him that I smoked cigarettes. He asked how many a day. I said 10 to 12. He said that I should stop smoking.


Dr Oranusi asked if I took medications. I said Yes I take 7 in the morning and 2 at night: Dapakote 1000 mg, sertraline 150 mg, risperidone 4 mg. Tamsoulosis, Finaseride and Atrovaastin. He said that he was changing my risperidone to aripripazole. That is for my hyperprolactinaemia isn’t it. Yes he confirmed. You can pick up the prescription. I asked if he could send the prescription to my GP Surgery and they will then send it to Boots from where I can pick up the medication. He agreed to do this.


The Consultation ended.


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3. Other trapping emails came after that one from Google to insert a blogpost in The Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom, then from Sarah Ritterhouse of old. I ignored.


4. Yesterday I was not able to download my doc and pdf files from Daily Bulletin blogposts so set up a ticket with Wix and they telephoned me to ascertain the details of the problem Within 2 hours they had sorted out the Issue and all systems are functioning normally now.


5. At 17.07 landline rang from a Spam caller Home Improvements that Rashmi took. AT 17.08 pm A Spam call came from a 01223 853361 number.


6. Your Honour, so these harassment continues unabated and since I consider myself to be very sane and attribute all my mental health disturbances to having to cope with the incessant intrusive attacks on me which will not stop until the Court brings the culprits to justice in forcing Kent Police to apologise and pay me damages and compensation of an amount of your determination, I plead on the Court to end this struggle now. My contention is that Kent Police deliberately messed about with the discharge of my Speeding offence of 5 October 2022 in a long campaign of Hate Crime against me and none of the Courts civil and criminal took any action against the Chief Constable in a State-wide conspiracy against me engineered to make my life impossible here in this country of the United Kingdom.


7. I should be most grateful for your kind consideration as soon as possible without me having to wait till 10 November 2023, 2 pm for the Trial Hearing.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619



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REFERRAL BY LEGAL OMBUDSMAN TO THE INDEPENDENT OFFICE FOR POLICE CONDUCT2

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enquiries@policeconduct.gov.uk

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Enquiries Legal Ombudsman

Mon, 26 Jun at 06:10


To

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC)


Dear Sirs


With regards to the attached correspondence that has taken place, the Legal Ombudsman is now of the view that this matter is solely within the remit of the Independent Office for Police Conduct to investigate:

FrLegal Ombudsman File Reference (Olives Solicitors)16Jun2023.docx; ToLegalOmbudsmanccKentPolice(OlivesSolicitorsFormFilling)16Jun2023.docx.


This assessment would be corroborated by the fact that neither the Medway County Court, nor the Kings Bench Division of the High Court has implemented a Injunction that I applied for as linked here: High Court Injunction reinstated to stop the Hate Crime of Kent Police on Me (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/high-court-injunction-reinstated-to-stop-the-hate-crime-of-kent-police-on-me

High Court Injunction reinstated to stop the Hate Crime of Kent Police o...

Establishing one's Rights | Daily Bulletin (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) Current Working Arrangement...


It would therefore appear that the Police Force cannot be injuncted within the United Kingdom nor can any legal proceedings take place to bring the activities of the Police through the relevant Courts, be that criminal or civil. This may be the reason that North Kent Magistrates Court is not accepting the mitigating circumstances that I was going to rely upon in defending the attached Summons on Referral to Court: LetterfromNKMCHearingTrial10November2023_2pm.pdf.


As such the only recourse for an aggrieved party who has suffered gross misconduct from the Chief Constable of Kent Police as I have would be for the IOPC to conduct the investigation into the matter.


I would be grateful for the IOPC's assessment of this legal opinion and if it agrees the legality of the surmise, investigate Kent Police's Chief Constable for gross misconduct against me.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619



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Legal Ombudsman File Reference:  F155593 ERef:00022204829

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Panigrahi, Shantanu

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File Reference: F155593 


Dear Dr.  Panigrahi 


Your complaint about OLIVES SOLICITORS LIMITED 


Thank you for your email of 1 May 2023 regarding your complaint about Olives Solicitors. We apologise for the delay in responding, which is due to the high demand for our service at the current time.


Having reviewed the documentation you have provided to us, it looks like you have not complained to your service provider. You will need to do this first and allow them up to eight weeks to respond. We have a template complaint letter available on our website. If you have already complained and either received a final response that you are not happy with or have waited eight weeks from the date of your complaint, we may be able to help.


Please complete our online complaint checker. You will need to provide personal information and documents such as:


A copy of your formal complaint, and the service provider’s responses including any final response. 

If the service provider did not respond to your complaint within eight weeks: Proof of delivery, e.g., a recorded delivery receipt or confirmation that your complaint was sent to a valid email address for the service provider. If you did not send your complaint recorded delivery, please confirm the date you sent the complaint, and we will contact the Service Provider to confirm receipt of your complaint. If the Service Provider says they did not receive your letter of complaint, you may be asked to resend your letter of complaint.  

Do not delay as you have a maximum of six months after you receive their final response to bring your complaint to us. 


For complaints referred to us after 1 April 2023, the matter complained about must have taken place in the previous year or, if it happened more than a year ago, you must have become aware of it in the past year. Come to us as soon as you can after trying to resolve your complaint with your service provider – don’t delay. You have a maximum of six months after you receive their final response to bring your complaint to us.


When responding, please tell us your file reference which is shown at the top of this email. Do not send any original documents by post as we scan all our incoming mail to make computer copies and then destroy the originals. Please send any information requested to our email address: enquiries@legalombudsman.org.uk. 


If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you do not wish to continue with your complaint and will close our file. We will not try to contact you again.


Kind Regards

General Enquiries Team


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Email: enquiries@legalombudsman.org.uk

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For information on how we handle your personal data, see our privacy notice. www.legalombudsman.org.uk/privacy This e-mail and any attachments are confidential and intended solely for the addressee and may also be privileged or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the addressee, or have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately, delete it from your system and do not copy, disclose or otherwise act upon any part of this e-mail or its attachments. Internet communications are not guaranteed to be secure or virus-free. The Legal Ombudsman does not accept responsibility for any loss arising from unauthorised access to, or interference with, any Internet communications by any third party, or from the transmission of any viruses. Replies to this e-mail may be monitored by the Legal Ombudsman for operational or business reasons.


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Force Control Kent Police

Fri, 16 Jun at 21:59


To

Legal Ombudsman

cc Kent Police


Dear Sir


I am not very good at form filling: is this link not sufficient evidence for you to be getting on with investigating this complaint: https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/legal-ombudsman-file-reference-f155593-eref-000222048292


Thank you in anticipation of a reply, if you can before Sunday 18 June 2023, at 5.00 pm when I have to appear at Medway Police Station as a condition of the bail that Kent Police has imposed on me.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kingdom

Tel: 07967789619

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Legal Ombudsman


Thank you for your email

We are currently dealing with a high volume of enquiries.

If you already have a case with us, we will add your email to the file. A colleague will be in touch with you just as soon as they review your email.

If you are contacting us for the first time about a complaint, please be aware that it could be up to 10 weeks before you hear from us, and at that stage, we may need to ask you for more information. We thank you for your patience and would like to reassure you that our teams are working very hard to review and respond to your email as quickly as possible.

Once we have confirmed that we have all the information we need, we will write to you to let you know that we have passed your case for formal assessment by an investigator.

Please be aware that there is a considerable wait for a case to be assessed by an investigator, which varies depending on the complexity of the case. More information about the wait times will be included in the letter we send to you at the time the case is added to a queue and can also be found on our website.

If you have concerns about the wait times and feel they may detrimentally impact on you or your case, for example, because of a financial hardship or serious health concern, please let us know.

Have you complained to your service provider?

We can only investigate a complaint once the service provider has had the chance to investigate it and respond. This means you need to make a formal complaint to them first. You can find further information on our website about how to complain to your service provider, including a template complaint letter.

How to complain to us

If you have already complained to your service provider and have not received a satisfactory response, then we might be able to help. The easiest way to check if we can help you is to use our complaint checker tool on our website. Alternatively, you can send us a completed complaint form, which is available to download from our website.

We will need your completed complaint form, along with a copy of your complaint to the service provider and copies of any responses you have received from them. Please only send us copies and not original documents.

You should be aware that we are also unable to accept documents from an online document storage facility such as Dropbox.

Do not send us any other information until we request it.

If you need to write to us, our address is:

Legal Ombudsman

PO Box 6806

Wolverhampton

WV1 9WJ

Our telephone number is 0300 555 0333. We are open from 10am to 4pm from Monday to Friday. Calls may be recorded and used for training and monitoring purposes.

Have we let you know we have passed your case for assessment?

If we have already let you know your case is awaiting assessment by an investigator, you do not need to do anything further at this stage. An investigator will contact you when they start working on the complaint. Please note that you may be waiting a considerable time before your case will be passed to an investigator. The letter we have sent to you should provide you with more specific information about these timescales. We also aim update you every three months.

Supporting you in making a complaint

You can find out more about how we work and how we can help you by visiting our website (www.legalombudsman.org.uk). Here you will find a copy of our complaint form and information about how to complain, along with useful factsheets.

We are committed to making sure the way we work does not put you at a disadvantage so in addition to our legal duty to provide reasonable adjustments for disabled people, if you need any help or support, please tell us about it and we will do our best to meet your needs. We also understand that your circumstances might change, along with the support that you need, so please let us know at any time and we will consider your request.

If you are requesting personal data under Freedom of Information or the Environmental Information Regulations or would like a copy of personal data under Data Protection please email infosec@legalombudsman.org.uk

Visit our website to find out how we use your personal data.

For information on how we handle your personal data, see our privacy notice. www.legalombudsman.org.uk/privacy This e-mail and any attachments are confidential and intended solely for the addressee and may also be privileged or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the addressee, or have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately, delete it from your system and do not copy, disclose or otherwise act upon any part of this e-mail or its attachments. Internet communications are not guaranteed to be secure or virus-free. The Legal Ombudsman does not accept responsibility for any loss arising from unauthorised access to, or interference with, any Internet communications by any third party, or from the transmission of any viruses. Replies to this e-mail may be monitored by the Legal Ombudsman for operational or business reasons.


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Sitting at Medway Magistrates Court

ALL ENQUIRIES: PO BOX CH4, The Courthouse, The Brook, Chatham, ME4 4JZ

Tel: 01634 830232, Fas: 0870 324 0037 Email: northkent@justice.gov.uk

Office Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

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Dr Shantanu PANIGRAHI

3 HOATH LANE

WIGMORE

GILLINGHAM

KENT ME8 0SL

[Received: 11.30 am 7 June 2023]

Case number: 0462300074226

Born: 8 August 1957

URN: 46SJ1327123


Summons on Referral to Court


A magistrate has decided that your case should be referred to a full court hearing

On 10 November 2023 at 2.00 pm

At Medway Magistrates’ Court

The Courthouse, PO Box CH4, The Brook, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4JZ (telephone 01634 830232).


Reason

For trial


Attendance

If you attend court, you must arrive 30 minutes before the time shown above. A listing time is not a guaranteed hearing time. You may be required to wait.


Warning

If you do not attend, the court may still deal with the case in your absence. If the court does not have up to date information about your financial circumstances you maybe ordered to pay a fine that is more than you can afford.


Date: 1 June 2023


Cases


Charge initiated by: Chief Constable KENT POLICE of Medway Police Station, Pursers Way, Eastbridge, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 1NE

462300074226/1 Date of Charge: 05/04/2023

Prosecutor Reference: 2300XX0000000004742D

On 05/10/2022 at Boxley om the county of Kent drove a motor vehicle, namely a FORD FIESTA TITANIUM TURBO – 5 DOOR SALOON Index GH17AZZW, on a road, namely A229 Chatham Road, subject to a local traffic order, namely The Kent Council (Various Roads, Maidstone) (Speed Limits) (Consolidation)Order 2020, at a speed exceeding 50 miles per hour.

Contrary to the above local traffic Order and sections 84 and 89(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and Schedule 2 to the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988.

The sentence for this offence can be endorsed on your driving record

____________________________________________________________________


Dr Shantanu PANIGRAHI 2 June 2023/SUMRTC_47_0/8298/1


North Kent Magistrates’s Court

Code 1966


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Referral to Full Court Hearing


Your case was considered by the court under the single justice procedure. However, owing to the reasons given, your case has now been referred to a hearing before a full magistrates’ court. For information on the reason, see below.


For trial

At the next hearing, the magistrates will receive evidence either in the form of written statements or from any witnesses that attends court. You must attend, and bring with you any witness that you will call to give evidence on your behalf. If you do not agree with any statement being read to the court, you must inform the prosecution immediately.


Advice and help

If you need advice on what to do you should get help from a lawyer or advice agency at once. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to get free advice about your case. For more information see

www.lawsociety.org.uk/for-the-public/common-legal-issues/criminal/


Do not wait until you come to court.


If you need any general help about this summons contact the court office. PLEASE NOTE: Court staff are not able to give you specific advice on how to respond to the allegation.


Dr Shantanu PANIGRAHI 2 June 2023/SUMRTC_47_0/8298/1

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Mon, 26 Jun at 06:11

Legal Ombudsman

Thank you for your email

We are currently dealing with a high volume of enquiries.

If you already have a case with us, we will add your email to the file. A colleague will be in touch with you just as soon as they review your email.

If you are contacting us for the first time about a complaint, please be aware that it could be up to 10 weeks before you hear from us, and at that stage, we may need to ask you for more information. We thank you for your patience and would like to reassure you that our teams are working very hard to review and respond to your email as quickly as possible.

Once we have confirmed that we have all the information we need, we will write to you to let you know that we have passed your case for formal assessment by an investigator.

Please be aware that there is a considerable wait for a case to be assessed by an investigator, which varies depending on the complexity of the case. More information about the wait times will be included in the letter we send to you at the time the case is added to a queue and can also be found on our website.

If you have concerns about the wait times and feel they may detrimentally impact on you or your case, for example, because of a financial hardship or serious health concern, please let us know.

Have you complained to your service provider?

We can only investigate a complaint once the service provider has had the chance to investigate it and respond. This means you need to make a formal complaint to them first. You can find further information on our website about how to complain to your service provider, including a template complaint letter.

How to complain to us

If you have already complained to your service provider and have not received a satisfactory response, then we might be able to help. The easiest way to check if we can help you is to use our complaint checker tool on our website. Alternatively, you can send us a completed complaint form, which is available to download from our website.

We will need your completed complaint form, along with a copy of your complaint to the service provider and copies of any responses you have received from them. Please only send us copies and not original documents.

You should be aware that we are also unable to accept documents from an online document storage facility such as Dropbox.

Do not send us any other information until we request it.

If you need to write to us, our address is:

Legal Ombudsman

PO Box 6806

Wolverhampton

WV1 9WJ

Our telephone number is 0300 555 0333. We are open from 10am to 4pm from Monday to Friday. Calls may be recorded and used for training and monitoring purposes.

Have we let you know we have passed your case for assessment?

If we have already let you know your case is awaiting assessment by an investigator, you do not need to do anything further at this stage. An investigator will contact you when they start working on the complaint. Please note that you may be waiting a considerable time before your case will be passed to an investigator. The letter we have sent to you should provide you with more specific information about these timescales. We also aim update you every three months.

Supporting you in making a complaint

You can find out more about how we work and how we can help you by visiting our website (www.legalombudsman.org.uk). Here you will find a copy of our complaint form and information about how to complain, along with useful factsheets.

We are committed to making sure the way we work does not put you at a disadvantage so in addition to our legal duty to provide reasonable adjustments for disabled people, if you need any help or support, please tell us about it and we will do our best to meet your needs. We also understand that your circumstances might change, along with the support that you need, so please let us know at any time and we will consider your request.

If you are requesting personal data under Freedom of Information or the Environmental Information Regulations or would like a copy of personal data under Data Protection please email infosec@legalombudsman.org.uk

Visit our website to find out how we use your personal data.

For information on how we handle your personal data, see our privacy notice. www.legalombudsman.org.uk/privacy This e-mail and any attachments are confidential and intended solely for the addressee and may also be privileged or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the addressee, or have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately, delete it from your system and do not copy, disclose or otherwise act upon any part of this e-mail or its attachments. Internet communications are not guaranteed to be secure or virus-free. The Legal Ombudsman does not accept responsibility for any loss arising from unauthorised access to, or interference with, any Internet communications by any third party, or from the transmission of any viruses. Replies to this e-mail may be monitored by the Legal Ombudsman for operational or business reasons.

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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.

The outcome of your complaint and right of review

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.

Reporting a crime

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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North Kent Magistrates’ Court (1966)

Sitting at Medway Magistrates Court

ALL ENQUIRIES: PO BOX CH4, The Courthouse, The Brook, Chatham, ME4 4JZ

Tel: 01634 830232, Fas: 0870 324 0037 Email: northkent@justice.gov.uk

Office Opening Hours: 9.00am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

____________________________________________________________________

Dr Shantanu PANIGRAHI

3 HOATH LANE

WIGMORE

GILLINGHAM

KENT ME8 0SL

[Received: 11.30 am 7 June 2023]

Case number: 0462300074226

Born: 8 August 1957

URN: 46SJ1327123


Summons on Referral to Court


A magistrate has decided that your case should be referred to a full court hearing

On 10 November 2023 at 2.00 pm

At Medway Magistrates’ Court

The Courthouse, PO Box CH4, The Brook, Chatham, Kent, ME4 4JZ (telephone 01634 830232).


Reason

For trial


Attendance

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Date: 1 June 2023


Cases


Charge initiated by: Chief Constable KENT POLICE of Medway Police Station, Pursers Way, Eastbridge, Gillingham, Kent, ME7 1NE

462300074226/1 Date of Charge: 05/04/2023

Prosecutor Reference: 2300XX0000000004742D

On 05/10/2022 at Boxley om the county of Kent drove a motor vehicle, namely a FORD FIESTA TITANIUM TURBO – 5 DOOR SALOON Index GH17AZZW, on a road, namely A229 Chatham Road, subject to a local traffic order, namely The Kent Council (Various Roads, Maidstone) (Speed Limits) (Consolidation)Order 2020, at a speed exceeding 50 miles per hour.

Contrary to the above local traffic Order and sections 84 and 89(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and Schedule 2 to the Road Traffic Offenders Act 1988.

The sentence for this offence can be endorsed on your driving record

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Dr Shantanu PANIGRAHI 2 June 2023/SUMRTC_47_0/8298/1


North Kent Magistrates’s Court

Code 1966


(c)


Consultant Psychiatrist Appointment on Monday 26 June 2023


from: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to: "KMPTPALS (KENT AND MEDWAY NHS AND SOCIAL CARE PARTNERSHIP TRUST)" <kmpt.pals.kmpt@nhs.net>

date: 23 Jun 2023, 16:36

subject: Consultant Psychiatrist Appointment on Monday 26 June 2023

mailed-by: gmail.com


To

KMPT


Dear Sir/Madam


I have been going through mental health crisis and requested you to contact Britton House for me as attached: ToKMPTPALSccLongCatlisSurgeryJillJesson(DistressDepressionSuicidal)21June2023.


Ten minutes ago I telephoned Britton House when I did not hear anything from you or them to check on whether the appointment of Monday 26th June 2023 with Consultant Psychiatrist Dr Emmanuel had been converted from a telephone one to a face-to face one and was told that it will still be a telephone appointment as attached: FrBrittonHouse(Appointment7June2023_received14June2023)14June2023.docx.


In view of this I am under some doubt as to whether you passed on my email to Britton House; if you did you are not at fault but if you did not I wish to lodge a complaint to NHS England concerning KMPT.


If Britton House took a medical decision to retain my appointment as a telephone one as attached, clearly they are incompetent and negligent of the dire needs of a person who has been a mental patient for 20 plus years.


Please acknowledge receipt of this email immediately.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

United Kngdom

Tel: 07967789619

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To:

Shantanu Panigrahi

Tue, 27 Jun at 06:22


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We have received your query and will ensure that the relevant person deals with it as soon as possible.

Please do not re-send your query, as this will not result in it being dealt with any sooner.

Please note: Court staff are not legally trained and so are unable to offer legal advice.

If you are uncertain how to proceed, information can be found at www.gov.uk. If you are in doubt it is best to seek professional legal advice from a solicitor or Citizens Advice Bureau.

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