How police officers get away with lying in court
Tampering with evidence and lying in court are the most common allegations of corruption made against the police. On average, 1100 such complaints are made against officers each year. Despite this, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has brought only a handful of prosecutions for perjury in the past decade.... Read more
How to Get A Court Order – To stop harassment, assault, bullying, threats & violence
  An ever increasing number of call outs made to the police involve inter-personal conflict: Neighbour disputes, social network bullying, ex-friends and ex-lover harassment, threatening e-mails and texts. It’s almost as if technology can barely keep up with the public’s urge to torment each other. If you become an unwitting... Read more
Revealed: The Highest Ranking Officer Involved in the Rotherham Scandal
  After 10 months of battling with the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reveal the ranks of all police officers issued with misconduct notices, for their part in the Rotherham child abuse scandal, the IPCC have finally relented. On the 13th April, they sent a final follow up response... Read more
Hampshire Police threaten Youtuber with prosecution, for ‘slandering’ cops
  Youtuber Maxpaws has just a handful of videos on his Youtube channel recording his encounters with Hampshire Police. Most of them document the typical Mexican stand-off you might expect from cops confronted by a member of the public who refuses to do precisely what he doesn’t have to do. Some of the videos... Read more
Had an ‘Interview Under Caution’ Letter? – Here’s Why You Should Bin It
If opening your morning mail fills you with dread, then imagine finding a letter among all your unwanted bills, stamped ‘Interview Under Caution‘, inviting you to be interrogated about a criminal offence at a local government office as a precursor to a potential prosecution. The sort of invite that would make your electric bill... Read more
Police abusing Road Traffic powers to stop and arrest drivers accused of harassment
Been accused of harassing your neighbour or ex partner? Made an offensive remark during an argument? Or how about sending a spiteful e-mail or leaving a nasty posting on Facebook?… Well watch out, because the police are currently abusing their powers under the Road Traffic Act to pull over... Read more
How to Reset Your Credit Clock Back to Zero
  If you are struggling with insurmountable debt problems, being harassed by creditors and have a ruined credit history with no hope of repair, then you have limited methods to recover. Register for bankruptcy perhaps?… Enter into an extended debt repayment plan?… Go back to court to be means... Read more
How the Police Gather and Store Your Data Without Your Knowledge
  The police are one of the few organisations in Britain who have almost no limitations on the type of information they collect and share. As a result they maintain a vast network of digital databases, the most formidable of which is the Police National Database. A huge digital rumour... Read more
The police: unaccountable and above the law
  Have you heard of the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission)? Of course you have. We all have. And although few of us have ever called upon their services, we have been assured by those in the know, that they are there to help us if we have a... Read more
How to Challenge or Get Rid of A Police Caution
A caution is an official police warning, commonly offered to low level offenders as an alternative to criminal prosecution. It is also a quick and easy way for the police to clear crime off the books without them having to go through the inconvenience and risks of a court trial. For... Read more
What’s the law on Cannabis use in the UK?
There’s a lot of confusion regarding the law on cannabis in the UK, mostly due to the government seeming unable to make it’s mind up on how serious the affects are of the most popular recreational drug in Britain.   Can you get away with possessing cannabis in small quantities... Read more
What can you do if the police refuse to investigate a crime?
  It’s a sad indictment of modern law enforcement when there is a need for an article entitled: “What can you do if the police refuse to investigate a crime?” but when you consider that half of all crime in the UK goes unreported, it’s reasonable to suggest that at... Read more
Police Complaints: Corruption At Its Finest
  Earlier this year I published a story on how West Yorkshire police had settled a claim I had made on behalf of a reader. William Draper had been discreetly filming a group of seemingly armed officers in his high street, who were doing little else but gossiping, when... Read more
Man Prosecuted for Bumping into Police Officer in Supermarket
  I’m currently helping a Crimebodge reader bring an appeal against a conviction of common assault he received in Southampton Magistrates’ Court last week for allegedly ‘pushing past a police officer’ who was shopping in Sainsbury’s while on duty.   After hearing all the facts and looking at the... Read more
IPCC Protecting Top Cops Involved in the Rotherham Scandal
  Do you remember the Rotherham scandal? Where 1,400 children were sexually abused between 1997 and 2013 at the hands of rape Jihadists. Of course you remember it, why wouldn’t you? It’s only organisations like the IPCC that want you to forget. This is why the Independent Police Complaints Commission are so... Read more
Suing the police for unlawful seizure of goods
  Recently, I achieved a £1000 settlement for a customer after Norfolk Police unlawfully detained him and seized his property…   The Incident Mr. D had been taking pictures in Norwich, when he was approached by a member of the public asking what he was doing. The man was irate as he... Read more
How to Prosecute Criminals – When the Police Won’t
  Shrugging off crime has become a worryingly familiar trait among British police these days. They blame everything from lack of evidence, cuts, resources and the Crown Prosecution Service. Meanwhile, fraud has become so prevalent it is now the biggest category of crime; and yet the police routinely refuse to such... Read more
Yet another mindless animal masquerading as a police officer
  The cop in this video believes that filming the back of a police station is a criminal offence. And that anyone who doesn’t account for themselves, when asked questions they are not obliged to answer, must then be searched by force. video © Kevin Croft 2016 What this uniformed... Read more
PCSOs: Have they been granted powers of arrest?
by Rob Warner   If you don’t already know (as most people don’t), it is a criminal offence to walk away from a PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) when they have lawfully detained you. This offence is known as ‘making off’ and is provided by the Police Reform Act... Read more
Is the police complaints process a corrupt and futile, waste of time?
by Rob Warner   Over the years I have read hundreds of complaint findings, forwarded to me by disillusioned members of the public who have made complaints to the police, and I have yet to see a single one that doesn’t resort to form. In my experience, the vast majority of... Read more
Best Methods for Getting Rid of Enforcement Agents (Bailiffs)
  I occasionally get emails asking why I don’t write more about Enforcement Agents (previously known as bailiffs) and how to beat them. My answer is, because they are so much easier to deal with than the police, and you only need apply a few simple methods to get rid... Read more