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
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 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 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
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
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
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
Your Right to Say “No” To A Police Traffic Census
  If you’ve ever found yourself held up in a huge tailback of traffic courtesy of a census point or road traffic survey you might be wondering on whose authority they are conducted and what legal right the police have to stop you.   For most motorists, the first they realise they... Read more
Cop Zapper Letter – Get Rid of Unwanted Police Officers From Your Door
    A question I am frequently asked is “what should I do if the police invite me to the station for an informal interview?” (Also known as voluntary attendance).   My answer is the same each time: Decline.   As far as the police are concerned there is no... Read more
Have the Police Tried To Stop You From Filming Them? Then Sue!
  There are no powers prohibiting the taking of photographs, film or digital images in a public place. Therefore members of the public and press should not be prevented from doing so. Memo to all police forces by Chief Constable Andrew Trotter
 Chair of ACPO Communication Advisory Group dated... Read more
How to Sue the Police For Assault (And Battery)
When you think of assault you probably imagine a fight or an act of physical violence. But what you may not know is that for an assault to occur no physical contact need have taken place. Just the mere belief that you are about to encounter unlawful force – by threats, words... Read more
Action Against Police – Our Telephone Advisory Service
    Our Action Against Police advisory service is now available to those who need guidance and advice in relation to matters concerning the police.   For just a £25 one time fee we will provide you with detailed one-to-one telephone advise.   We can provide valuable advice, guidance and assistance on all... Read more
5 Things You Can Demand From the Police (They Don’t Want You To Have)
If you have a complaint against the police or intend to sue them, if you believe they may hold false information on you – or maybe you are just curious as to what reports or allegations have been made against you – then you have a right to find out what... Read more
How to Reset Bad Credit to Zero and Stave Off Debts For Good
We have written little about debt collectors and bailiffs (or Enforcement agents as they have been newly christened) on this site in recent months because unlike the police there is a fairly simple process to combatting them:   The first step is to prevent them from entering your home: by... Read more
Are the Police Unlawfully Recording You Without Consent?
  Recently we came across a new reason not to talk to the police which is that they could be secretly recording you on their mobile phones. A recording which is made unlawfully and stored insecurely, with the sole intent of being used as potential evidence at a later date.   According to... Read more
Will the police harass you if you dare make a complaint?
Occasionally we get e-mails from people who believe they have been wronged by the police but are worried about what will happen if they make a complaint.  Will it result in unwanted attention from the officer involved or his colleagues? Will they suddenly find themselves on the receiving end of a vindictive... Read more
Find Out What Info the Police Have On You with These Subject Access Request Letters
  Under Section 7 of the Data Protection Act you have a right to obtain copies of your personal data that the police have retained against your name, nickname, address or contact telephone number. This right is known as Subject Access.    We have compiled a subject access pack that you will... Read more
How to Sue the Police for False Imprisonment
    False imprisonment (also known as unlawful detention and wrongful arrest) is probably the most common abuse of police powers. Almost all of us have been stopped by the police at some point in our lives. What most don’t realise is that the vast majority of these stops fall outside... Read more
How to Sue the Police for Trespass
  Whilst helping those who use our ‘Action Against Police Service’ we often hear stories of how the police have demanded entry or forced their way into an occupancy without a warrant. The police have very limited powers to enter people’s homes and mere suspicion that a crime has been... Read more