Notice of Intended Prosecution: Notice Number 04631404420659205
Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
Sat, 22 Oct at 07:42
In respect of the attached alleged Speeding Offence by myself along the A229 on 5th October 2022: Speeding6Oct2022ShantanuPanigrahi.pdf; Speeding2ShantanuPanigrahi5Oct2022.pdf, please note that since the receipt of these documents, I have been up and down the A229 and there is on the southbound road only a 40 mph limit sign at the very entrance of the road from the M2 which then disappears and there are no 50 mph limit signs displayed after that to warn motorists of what the speed limit is on the dual carriageway. On the northbound A229 50 mph speed limit signs are displayed all along the road, but 8 out of 10 cars exceed this limit at 60 mph or even 70 mph.
I would be grateful if you would provide me with a breakdown of all the statistics of cars drivers that have been prosecuted daily for exceeding the 50 mph speed limit along the A229 northbound and southbound accordingly so that I do not feel that I am being singled out by Kent Police on this occasion for the Intended Prosecution which I wish to have cancelled for reasons cited above and earlier.
Please note in this regard that I am still awaiting the HMCTS decision on the resolution of this dispute as well as others attached: NorthKentPoliceReleasewithoutbail.pdf as shown in the attached: Dr Shantanu Panigrahi 220930009 FO! acknowledgement.pdf.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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Ministry of Justice
102 Petty France
11 October 2022
Dear Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request – 220930009
Thank you for your request dated 30 September 2022 in which you asked for the following
information from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ):
‘’E35YM660, JOOME572, HQ17x01773 and CO/1680/2002
Dear HM Courts and Tribunals Service,
I urgently require an UpToDate information that sets out the resolution of the legal
proceedings that were processed by HMCTS at Employment Tribunals, and Civil and
Criminal courts of the United Kingdom under the referred to Case Numbers.’’
Your request is being handled under the FOIA.
The MoJ is required under section 10(1) of the FOIA to provide you with a response within
20 working days. Therefore, we aim to provide you a response to your request by 28
Knowledge and Information Liaison Officer
London Regional Support Unit | HMCT
Notification of Release From Police Custody Without Bail
(Released – Under Investigation)
(PACE 1984 & CJ Act 2003 as amended by Police & Crime Act 2017)
Custody Record Number 46XC/4807/21
Custody Station: North Kent
Alleged Offence(s) Other -Not Listed -PNC Recordable – OIC PC 46 15002 Nichols
Name: Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
Date of Birth: 08/08/1957
Address: 3 HOATH LANE, WIGMORE,GILLINGHAM,KENT,KENT, ME8 0SL
Other contact details: Mobile Phone – 07967789619
You remain under police investigation and the caser will be kept under review.
In relation to the offence(s) for which you have been arrested, a review of your case has been conducted and it has been deemed that you shall be released from Police Custody without bail.
When the investigation is complete and a decision has been reached, you will be contacted by Post to advise you of the outcome and any next steps.
. If the decision is to proceed with a prosecution, then you will receive a postal requisition/charge with documentation outlining the offences and details of the Court, and a date that you are required to attend the Court. (An explanation of the ‘Postal Charging’ process is provided at the end of this notice)
. If the decision is made to proceed with a non-court disposal option, such as a Simple Caution, Conditional Caution, Fixed Penalty Notice or Community Resolution, you will be informed of that decision and the next steps.
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. While you remain under investigation, your biometric material (DNA and/or fingerprints) and your custody photograph will be held and searched against the national databases
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