Request for Review CO/1211/22 Panigrahi2
Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
OPCC Reviews Kent
Mon, 7 Nov at 17:49
I have studied the OPCC's remit in full, and have some points for you to address so that I may be able to decide whether to Appeal or have the Medway County Court deal with the dispute under Claim J00ME572, that since May 2022 has sought an injunction against Kent Police with a Money Claims Application as attached:Document_2022-05--13_152026.pdf.
First and foremost, I have never received a Report from Professional Standards Department of Kent Police over the past year since my arrest and confiscation of family property, nor a Crime Reference Number or a Crime Report: until these are forthcoming I would not be able to judge whether your decision would be pertinent to the complaint.
Secondly, as I mentioned to the Central London County Court, the decision of Kent Police to try and impose a fine on me through the back-door when I had already taken quite legally the option to attend a Speed Awareness course and had paid £92 to Kent County Council being booked for the Course on 11 January 2022. was perverse: Can the OPCC pass judgment on this complaint.
I know that Kent Police do not have a leg to stand on both on the matter of the Hate Crime perpetrated on me for over a decade, but if OPCC is unable to investigate this thoroughly, there is no point in the Appeal.
I trust you will take these points into account and let me know what the OPCC can or cannot do in light of the fact that the Particulars of Money Claim against Kent Police has now risen to £4.4 million as shown in the attached: Particulars of Damages and Compensation (CLAIM J00ME572).pdf.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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On Monday, 7 November 2022 at 16:43:43 GMT, OPCC Reviews Kent <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I am writing to acknowledge your request for a review of the outcome of your complaint. It is the role of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner to determine whether the handling of your complaint was reasonable and proportionate; and if not, to make recommendations to Kent Police to redress any concerns.
Firstly, we need to ensure that a number of key criteria are in place before we consider your request. We must ensure that:
The OPCC is the correct body to review your complaint;
That you have the right to request a review;
That the request is valid; that is, it contains all the necessary details for us to consider the review;
That it has been made within the 28 day-limit, or if not, there is a valid reason for the request to be outside of this period.
I should also clarify that it is not the role of the OPCC to make a judgement on legal issues, or operational matters such as on-going or concluded criminal cases. It is solely our role to judge whether Kent Police have acted reasonably and proportionately in trying to resolve your complaint. This means that I will not be re-investigating the matter of your complaint or the action taken by police. These are operational policing decisions and are not within the remit of this review.
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From: Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
Sent: 05 November 2022 09:49
To: OPCC Reviews Kent <OPCC.Reviews@kent.police.uk>
Subject: EXTERNAL - Appeal L 02122
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For the past decade, Kent Police has been terrorising me with one thing or the other, most significantly on the attached matter of arrest and confiscation of our family property - please check through:
L 02122-Complaint Outcome.pdf;
DEFENCE STATEMENT ON HARASSMENT OFFENCE.docs;
The document that I submitted made it clear that I had apologised and had never berore had a Speed Awareness Courts which I need in view of my mental health condition, yet Kent Police take no account of this and continue to terrorise me with one thing or the other. Further, it has protected criminals of Victims of Panigrahi Association to enable it to continue to defame and denigrate me with incessant manipulation of the due process of justice and law and order and as such has been sending me deceitful emails that was brought to the attention of the Judiciary at the Central London County Court. The Court took no action against Kent Police, and neither did Medway County Court on the injunction that I applied for to stop Kent Police perpetrating its Hate Crime on me and my family.
I had demanded from Kent Police £3.5 million in damages and compensation for the decade long terrorism, and this is being ignored while it does not respond to the Freedom of Information Request, as linked here: Kent Police: Freedom of Information Request FOI/01299/222 (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com) https://www.knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com/post/kent-police-freedom-of-information-request-foi-01299-222
Kent Police: Freedom of Information Request FOI/01299/222
Kent Police: Freedom of Information Request FOI/01299/222 Yahoo / Sent Mon, 31 Oct at 09:28 Shantanu Panigrahi <...
With these grounds I am appealing against the decision of Kent Police to enforce a fine on me for the Speeding Offence which I have no recollection of as you will note from the records, but to smooth the passage of proceedings I had apologised.
Please let me know how this Appeal is to proceed immediately so that I do not miss the deadline for the registration of the Appeal.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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