Sectioned Detection

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Sectioned Detection last won the day on December 19 2015

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  1. I'd agree with you...but then we'd both be wrong. It's a bladed article, however could be intended to be an offensive weapon.
  2. You can't have it removed as it's a record of what's happened. She made a complaint, police investigated. You can always make a complaint about the way you were dealt with if you want to. If I'm being honest it's this kind of petty job that I dread dealing with when I go into work.
  3. Contact your solicitor to get the conditions changed.
  4. Because they've commited no offences. I'm a police officer and get breath tested everytime I'm involved in a collision on duty.
  5. Try being less of an ass and get on with your neighbours.
  6. There are loads of previous posts on it. Try searching for your answer first.
  7. Except you wouldn't have been told the details of any outcome, so you can't say for sure. Besides, how do you know a referral wasn't made to Social Services for them to deal. Again, you don't know.
  8. The way you need to look at it is what evidence is there? Although a horrific offence, unless you can prove the intent to kill you'll loose the case.
  9. The intent has already been decided by the lesser offence plea, which was they were not trying to kill the victim just injure them. Unless they're holding a Newton Hearing which is a trial about the facts not guilt of the offender.
  10. Yes, don't forget, yes. But there could be issues raised about your integrity if you secretly record people. Why not ask if you can record at the start of the meeting then there's no issue.
  11. Don't know what the offence is but common assault or simple harassment can be done at the persons own address as none indictable.
  12. Of course your under an obligation to consider it. Your supposed to choose the least restrictive outcome that will still result in a prompt and effective investigation. That's the whole point of Code G not to mention how the NDM works.
  13. But you do have an obligation to have considered it.
  14. This will end badly. There are enough laws in place, it's getting the victims to come forward that's the issue..
  15. You may not like it but the police have no duty of care to the family of offenders. Besides this how would we offer support when we can't dislcolse the details of the investigation/allegation as it has nothing to do with them. It's just how the system works. Your sisters husband will be aware of what happens next as he would have been told. But if he has been charged then he would have been given a court date to attend. The rest would depend on if he pleads guilty or not.