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from: Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com>

to: George Hamilton <george.hamilton@wellseniors.org>

cc: Enquiries Kent <enquiries@kent.police.uk>

date: 8 Dec 2023, 05:59

subject: Re: A Fresh Idea for Your Blog!

mailed-by: gmail.com


Dear George


I will have to check with the State Authorities if my websites are lawful or unlawful before publishing your guest article or anything else that I myself might wished to publish; as you would have read from the link that I sent you below.


To elaborate on this point, Kent Police have me on investigation for Stalking and sending Malicious Communications to individuals and persons like Katrina Sale of the Conservative and Unionist Party of the United Kingdom, to staff of BLM Law, to British Petroleum (bp), to educational establishments of the United Kingdom, to the Independent Office for Police Conduct, to a member of staff of the Solicitors Regulation Authority, and possibly others that I do not know about. These alleged offences encompass whatever I have published in my websites and the regularity of The Conservative Libertarian Publications Limited of which I am the Director.


I do not publish anything without always first checking with Kent Police and so am copying this correspondence to Enquiries at Kent Police that has bailed me to appear at Medway Police Station for its investigative work until 18 December 2023 and 21 December 2023 for Stalking and Malicious Communications respectively, as attached: Kent Police OFFICIAL Date25Sep2023.docx; Rebail to Police Station 19102022 (1).pdf.


I am marking this email as for a quick reply from Kent Police in view of your anxiousness to publish an important material in my website.


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


On Fri, 8 Dec 2023 at 04:35, George Hamilton <george.hamilton@wellseniors.org> wrote:

Hello Dr. Shantanu, I'd like to get started on the piece but before I do, may I ask if you have any guidelines or writing requirements? I'd like to make sure that it fits well on your website.


Best,

George Hamilton


On Fri, Dec 8, 2023 at 1:19 AM Shantanu Panigrahi <shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com> wrote:

Dear George


I appreciate your email, in light of what I have been considering for my Blog too as linked here: TIME IS FAST RUNNING OUT (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/time-is-fast-running-out


Please share with me the details that you wish to write


Thank you


Kind regards


Yours sincerely


Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619


On Thu, 7 Dec 2023 at 16:18, George Hamilton <george.hamilton@wellseniors.org> wrote:

Hi,


My name is George, and I'm passionate about educating seniors and those who care for them about the importance of health and wellness as they age.

Most seniors have limited mobility, which makes certain activities difficult for them. Many are also unsure of how to get in shape safely.

Mental health should be prioritized as well. Seniors can benefit greatly from taking up a few new hobbies, such as arts and crafts.

I would be delighted to help our senior citizens. Could I write an article for you about the benefits of increased (but safe) physical activity and hobbies for our seniors' overall well-being?

My research and personal experiences will serve as the foundation for the information. Please let me know if you'd be interested in publishing this free article on your website.

Thank you in advance!

George Hamilton

Wellseniors.org


P.S. If you’re interested in an article, but want one on a different topic, please don’t hesitate to reach out. On the other hand, if you no longer wish to receive any future emails, please inform me accordingly.


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(a) Kent Police OFFICIAL Date25Sep2023.docx

(b) Rebail to Police Station 19102022 (1).pdf.


(a)

Kent Police OFFICIAL Generated Date: 25/09/2023

Mr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 HOATH LANE, WIGMORE, GILLINGHAM

KENT ME8 0SL


Bail to Police Station – Variation of Date/Location

Custody Record Number 46XA/1546/23

Custody Station Medway

Offcer in Case PC 46 14767 Corbishley


On 25/09/2023 16.06, you were granted bail, following your arrest on reasonable suspicion that you had committed an offence/s namely

Offence Committed Arrest Date/Time

Malicious Communications 28/03/2023 09.32

Malicious Communications 28/03/2023 09.32

Malicious Communications 28/03/2023 09.32


I write to advise you that your bailed to time or Police Station has been changed.


You must now attend Medway, Medway Police Station, Purser Way, Gillingham, Kent on 21/12/2023 20.00.


The reason for this re-bail is: SUPT Extension.

____________________________________________________________________

Please note:

If your bail has conditions attached, these bail conditions will still apply.


It is your responsibility to notify your legal representative of the change of your bail details.


Det Ch Insp 46 12013 Thompson


Custody Record No: - 46XA/1546/23

____________________________________________________________________

Kent Police OFFICIAL Date generated: 25/09/2023

Information to suspects released on bail

Bail legislation is contained with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, as amended in 2017 & 2022.

If released on bail the following is applicable:-

. You must surrender to custody at the date and time as specified above

. You will be subject to an Applicable Bail Period (ABP). The ABP covers a period that you can be bailed within by the Custody Officer before it is reviewed to ensure the investigation is being dealt with diligently and expeditiously and to ensure that bail is still necessary and proportionate. If initially you were released on bail before 28/10/2022 the ABP was authorised by a Police Inspector for 28 days. The ABP can be reviewed, and an extension for another three calendar months may be authorised on or before 28 days, by a Police Superintendent. Further extensions can be authorised at 3 calendar month intervals thereafter.

. If initially you were released on bail after 28/10/2022 the ABP was authorised by the Custody Officer for 3 calendar months. The ABP can be reviewed, and an extension for another 3 calendar months may be authorised, on or before 3 calendar months, by a Police Inspector. Further extensions can be authorised at 3 calendar months intervals thereafter.

. If your case is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office, or the Financial Conduct Authority, or HM Revenue and Customs, or National Crime Agency, the initial ABP for these dases is six months authorised by the Custody Officer. However, the police do not authorise extensions for these cases. This must be done by a designated officer for those agencies.

5

. If your case has been immediately referred to the Crown Prosecution Service the ABP will not start unless they require the investigators to carry out further work.

. You or your legal representative= will be informed of theintention to apply for an extension to the ABP either in person if at the police station or by your preferred means of contact. You will be asked if you want to make any representations either immediately if in person by return of post/email etc.

. Early reviews will be conducted by relevant decision makers and later ones will be conducted by the Courts.

. The ABP will be suspended for the time that the cas3e is sent back to the Crown Prosecution Service.

. You will be informed of the decision and the relevant time and date of the end of your ABP.

. You will also be informed of the actual date and time you are due to answer bail. This may be the same or a different time to the end of an ABP.

. The consequence of all the above is that your bail date can be subject to several amendments.

However a reasonable attempt will always be made to notify you of any changes, in writing to the address that you have provided to the police (or the preferred method of contact), and/or via your legal representative if you have one.

It is important that you notify OIC of any change of your address, your legal representative, or other point of contact, and that you provide us with any current phone numbers and email contact details.

By doing so, we may be able to prevent you having to attend needlessly at a custody suite if we know (especially at short notice) that you have a new, later bail date or other information change (such as ‘No Further Action’.

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Custody Record No: - 46XA/1546/23

____________________________________________________________________

Kent Police OFFICIAL Date generated: 25/09/2023


Police Advisory Notice to Suspects

If you are involved in criminal proceedings, the following summary of potential offences is included for your information and awareness. The same offences will also be brought to the attention of any relevant victim or witness for their information. The list of offences is NOT exhaustive.

The purpose of this is to make clear to all involved parties that any unlawful, unnecessary or inappropriate contact between the suspect in a case (either directly or through a third party), and the victim or witness may constitute a criminal offence.

Any unlawful, unnecessary or inappropriate contact reported to the police, including any perception that this is the case, may result in arrests and prosecution of parties for any of the following offences Intimidation of witnesses, jurors & others

Under 5.51 of the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act 1994 it is an offence to intimidate or threaten by any means any person involved in the investigation of an offence relating to criminal matters.

____________________________________________________________________

In summary proceedings A fine and/or maximum six months imprisonment

On indictment A fine and/or maximum five years imprisonment

____________________________________________________________________

‘Harassment’

Under S.2 of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, it is an offence for a person to pursue a course of conduct which amounts to harassment of another, and which he/she knows or ought to know amounts to harassment of the other, or to persuade any person not to do something that they are entitled or required to do, or to do something that they are not under any obligation to do.

____________________________________________________________________

In summary proceedings A fine and/or maximum six months imprisonment

On indictment: A fine and/or maximum two years imprisonment

Please note that other, more serious, offences are also provided for under the Protection from

Harassment Act 1997

____________________________________________________________________

Perverting the Course of Justice

Under Common Law, it is an offence to conspire, act or embark upon a course of conduct which has a tendency to, and is intended to pervert, the course of public justice.

Some of the ways where conduct is capable of amounting to this offence is by making false allegations, perjury, concealing offences, obstructing the police, assisting others to evade arrest, failing to prosecute, interfering with witnesses/evidence/jurors, and publication of matters calculate to prejudice a fair trial.

____________________________________________________________________

On indictment: Maximum LIFE imprisonment

__________________________________________________________________________________

Custody Record No: - 46XA/1546/23


____________________________________________________________________


Kent Police OFFICIAL Date generated: 25/09/2023

Postal Charging

This leaflet explains Postal Charging and answers some questions you may have.

What is Postal Charging?

This is a method of bringing an offender before a court for prosecution.

It means that you could be charged and required to attend court by post without returning to a police station.

Can I be charged by post?

If you have been in police custody and you are granted unconditional police bail to return to a police station at a later date you may be charged by means of a ‘postal charge’ if a decision is made to charge you.

How does it work?

If a decision is made to charge you at least 14 days before you are due to answer your bail you may receive a ‘charge’ and a ‘requisition’ to attend court through the post.

Will I still be on Police bail?

Once a postal charge and requisition has been issued you will no longer be on police bail for that offence.

What do I do if I receive a Postal Charge?

You will recxeive a charge/requisition form (MG4D). This will state the offence(s) with which you are

charged. This will require you to attend court at a specified date and time.

____________________________________________________________________

If you fail to attend court when required a warrant will be issued for your arrest. If this happens, If

this happens you may be held in custody until the next available date

____________________________________________________________________


If you do not receive a postal charge or a bail cancellation notice you must answer your police bail at

the date and time shown on your bail form.

____________________________________________________________________

Custody Record No: - 46XA/1546/23

____________________________________________________________________


(b)

OFFICIAL Date generated: 03/10/2023

Custody Record No:- 46YA/1620/23 Page 1 of 4

Mr Shantanu PANIGRAHI

3 HOATH LANE,

WIGMORE, GILLINGHAM

KENT

ME8 0SL


Bail to Police Station – Variation of Date / Location

Custody Record Number 46YA/1620/23

Custody Station Maidstone

Officer in Case DC 46 15060 Field

On 03/10/2023 09:59, you were granted bail, following your arrest on reasonable suspicion that you had committed an offence/s namely:

Offence Committed Arrest Date/Time

Stalking 13/07/2023 09:28

I write to advise you that your bailed to time or Police Station has been changed.

Your bail to return on 10/10/2023 has now been cancelled and you do not need to attend Medway Police Station on 10/10/2023.

You must now attend Medway, Medway Police Station, Purser Way, Gillingham, Kent on

18/12/2023 11:00.

The reason for this re-bail is: File still with the CPS awaiting a decision.

Please note:

If your bail has conditions attached, these bail conditions will still apply.

It is your responsibility to notify your legal representative of the change of your bail details.

.

Insp 46 10975 Johnston


OFFICIAL Date generated: 03/10/2023


Custody Record No:- 46YA/1620/23 Page 2 of 4


Information to suspects released on bail

Bail legislation is contained within the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, as amended in 2017 & 2022.

If released on bail the following is applicable: -

• You must surrender to custody at the date and time as specified above

• You will be subject of an Applicable Bail Period (ABP). The ABP covers a period that you can be bailed within by the Custody Officer before it is reviewed to ensure the investigation is being dealt with diligently and expeditiously and to ensure that bail is still necessary and proportionate.

• If initially you were released on bail before 28/10/2022 the ABP was authorised by a Police Inspector

for 28 days. The ABP can be reviewed, and an extension to 3 calendar months may be authorised on or before 28 days, by a Police Superintendent. Further extensions can be authorised at 3 calendar months intervals thereafter.

• If initially you were released on bail after 28/10/2022 the ABP was authorised by the Custody Officer for 3 calendar months. The ABP can be reviewed, and an extension for another 3 calendar months may be authorised, on or before 3 calendar months, by a Police Inspector. Further extensions can be authorised at 3 calendar months intervals thereafter.

• If your case is being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office, or the Financial Conduct Authority, or HM Revenue and Customs, or the National Crime Agency, the initial ABP for these cases is six months authorised by the Custody Officer. However, the police do not authorise extensions for these cases. This must be done by a designated officer for those agencies.

• If your case has been immediately referred to the Crown Prosecution Service the ABP will not start unless they require the investigators to carry out further work.

• You or your legal representative will be informed of the intention to apply for an extension to the

ABP either in person if at the police station or by your preferred means of contact. You will be asked if you want to make any representations either immediately if in person by return of post / email etc.

• Early reviews will be conducted by relevant decision makers and later ones will be conducted by the Courts.

• The ABP will be suspended for the time that the case is sent back to the Crown Prosecution Service.

• You will be informed of the decision and the relevant time and date of the end of your ABP.

• You will also be informed of the actual date and time you are due to answer bail. This may be the same or a different time to the end of an ABP.

• The consequence of all of the above is that your bail date can be subject to several amendments.

However a reasonable attempt will always be made to notify you of any changes, in writing to the address that you have provided to the police (or preferred method of contact), and/or via your legal representative if you have one.

It is important that you notify the OIC of any change to your address, your legal representative, or other point of contact, and that you provide us with any current phone numbers and email contact details. By doing so, we may be able to prevent you having to attend needlessly at a custody suite if we know (especially at short notice) that you have a new, later bail date or other information change (such as ‘No Further Action’).


OFFICIAL Date generated: 03/10/2023


Custody Record No:- 46YA/1620/23 Page 3 of 4


Police Advisory Notice to Suspects


If you are involved in criminal proceedings, the following summary of potential offences is included for your information and awareness. The same offences will also be brought to the attention of any relevant victim or witness for their information. The list of offences is NOT exhaustive.

The purpose of this is to make it clear to all involved parties that any unlawful, unnecessary or inappropriate contact between the suspect in a case (either directly or through a third party), and the victim or witness, may constitute a criminal offence.

Any unlawful, unnecessary or inappropriate contact reported to the police, including any perception that this is the case, may result in arrests and prosecution of parties for any of the following offences


Intimidation of witnesses, jurors & others

Under S.51 of the Criminal Justice & Public Order Act 1994 it is an offence to intimidate or threaten by any means any person involved in the investigation of an offence relating to criminal matters.

In summary proceedings A fine and/or maximum six months imprisonment

On indictment: A fine and/or maximum five years imprisonment


‘Harassment’

Under S.2 of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, it is an offence for a person to pursue a course of conduct which amounts to harassment of another, and which he/she knows or ought to know amounts to harassment of the other, or to persuade any person not to do something that they are entitled or required to do, or to do something that they are not under any obligation to do.

In summary proceedings A fine and/or maximum six months imprisonment

On indictment: A fine and/or maximum two years imprisonment

Please note that other, more serious, offences are also provided for under the Protection from

Harassment Act 1997


Perverting the Course of Justice

Under Common Law, it is an offence to conspire, act or embark upon a course of conduct which has a tendency to, and is intended to pervert, the course of public justice.

Some of the ways where conduct is capable of amounting to this offence is by making false allegations, perjury, concealing offences, obstructing the police, assisting others to evade arrest, failing to prosecute, interfering with witnesses/evidence/jurors, and publication of matters calculated to prejudice a fair trial.

On indictment: Maximum LIFE imprisonment


OFFICIAL Date generated: 03/10/2023


Custody Record No:- 46YA/1620/23 Page 4 of 4


Postal Charging


This leaflet explains Postal Charging and answers some questions you may have.


What is Postal Charging ?

This is a method of bringing an offender before a court for prosecution.

It means that you could be charged and required to attend court by post without returning to a police station.

Can I be charged by post ?

If you have been in police custody and you are granted unconditional police bail to return to a police station at a later date you may be charged by means of a ‘postal charge’ if a decision is made to charge you.

How does it work ?

If a decision is made to charge you at least 14 days before you are due to answer your bail you may receive a ‘charge’ and a ‘requisition’ to attend court through the post.

Will I still be on Police bail ?

Once a postal charge and requisition has been issued you will no longer be on police bail for that offence.

What do I do if I receive a Postal Charge ?

You will receive a charge/requisition form (MG4D). This will state the offence(s) with which you are charged. This will require you to attend court at a specified date and time.


If you fail to attend court when required a warrant will be issued for your arrest.

If this happens you may be held in custody until the next available court.


If you do not receive a postal charge or a bail cancellation notice you must answer your police bail


at the date and time shown on your bail form.

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