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
Email Address of Every Chief Constable in the Police Forces of England and Wales
  Here is the full list of the personal email addresses of every Police Chief Constable in England and Wales:-   Avon & Somerset Constabulary – Gareth.Morgan@avonandsomerset.police.uk Bedfordshire Police – Jon.Boutcher@bedfordshire.pnn.police.uk British Transport Police – Paul.Crowther@btp.pnn.police.uk Cambridgeshire Constabulary – Alec.Wood@cambs.pnn.police.uk Cheshire Constabulary – Simon.Byrne@cheshire.pnn.police.uk City of London Police – Adrian.Leppard@cityoflondon.pnn.police.uk Civil Nuclear Constabulary – Mike.griffiths@cnc.pnn.police.uk  Cleveland Police... Read more
Harassment Warnings: How to Challenge Them
        Police harassment warnings are a one sided, and often dishonest account of a grievance between two parties. Not only do the police commonly hand them out without ever bothering to confirm the truth of the allegations, they then remain on record where they can cause... Read more
We Achieve Another £650 Police Payout (With Just One Letter)
  We had an e-mail from a Crimebodge reader today, letting us know that by using the methods in our Ebook ‘Take on the Police and Win‘, she has just obtained a £650 payout from the Metropolitan Police for false imprisonment and trespass to goods.   All without ever having... Read more
Your Right To Find Out What A Police Officer Has Written About You In His Notebook
  In our Ebook ‘What Do The Police Have On You‘ we reveal 17 types of personal data that the police could be storing and processing in your name. Much of which you may not know exists… Some of which may be used to your detriment…. All of which... Read more
Annihilate Debt With Our Extreme Credit Fixer
  In the past few weeks our ‘radical’ guide to credit repair has become the top selling Ebook on this site…   We have also been pleased to see that so many of those who buy it, then download the deed-poll from our site and take the plunge.   The... Read more
How to Sue the Police and Win (Without Ever Having To Go To Court)
  …I want to shout it from the mountain tops. We won! This is a massive thing for me. I have never had a good outcome like this. Mr. D. Primus   About 6 months ago we published an article on an unlawful stop and search. It was based... Read more
How to Deal With Debt Collectors
If you have been receiving visits from an agent pursuing a debt it’s important that you know the difference between a bailiff and a debt collector. Although they are both ‘collection agents’, they each have very different methods and legal rights. In this first of a two part article,... Read more
How To Check Your Credit File Without Leaving A Trace
In Extreme Credit Fixer we describe how to create a completely new financial identity, quickly and cheaply, for those who may have been the victim of identity theft or ruined by an unfair credit history. In just a matter of weeks it’s possible to obtain all the official documentation, utility bills, bank accounts... Read more
Your Right to Refuse A Police Interview
  We’re all familiar with the TV cliche of a police interrogation: A tight lipped suspect sat behind a table in a windowless room. A determined cop dragging a confession out of him under threat of hard time and more serious charges unless ‘he comes clean and tells them what he knows’.... Read more
How to Vanish From the Electoral Register
In our latest Ebook Extreme Credit Fixer – A Total Guide to Creating A New Credit Identity, we deal extensively with how to legally acquire all the official documentation you need to build a second credit history. One of the chapters explains how to get yourself listed on the electoral... Read more
Deed Poll Template – Change Your Name Instantly!
What Is A Deed Poll? You may have heard the term deed poll in relation to a change of name, but never known exactly what it is. Well a deed poll (or change of name deed) is an official document that can be obtained by anyone in the UK... Read more
EXTREME CREDIT FIXER – A TOTAL GUIDE TO CREATING A NEW CREDIT IDENTITY
Extreme Credit Fixer is a powerful tried and tested strategy to reinvent yourself financially… It relies specifically upon the lawful process of adopting an identity that you can use exclusively for your financial dealings, while maintaing your existing name for everything else.  In this Ebook we outline effective strategies... Read more
What To Do If The Police Threaten To Break Down Your Door
  They refer to it as the ‘Enforcer’ or more jokingly ‘The Big Red Key’, but 16Kg of reinforced steel is no laughing matter when it’s used to smash down your front door…   The battering ram is just one tool among many that the police use to force entry into... Read more
Sue the Police!

Sue the Police!

Resources November 6, 2014

  Have the police demanded you answer questions on the street under threat of arrest? Or forced you to undergo an unlawful stop and search when you invoked your right to silence?    Have you had the police arrive at your home with bailiffs, or pull you over in... Read more
Statute Barred: Getting Rid of Old Debts
We recently helped a reader resolve a £1500 debt that was being pursued by Sheffield City Council. Not only did the reader dispute owing the debt, but Sheffield City Council refused to submit any statement of accounts or court judgment to prove the debt was owed.   Worst of all,... Read more
An Unlawful Stop and Search
As yet another cop-encounter video proves, the police regard the streets as THEIR territory. Forget the law. That’s the luxury of stuffy courtrooms and Google search results. On the streets, THEIR laws apply. And woe betide anyone who attempts to usurp that. Because the moment you try to educate the... Read more
Police Complaints MADE EASY!
  We recently contacted all 43 police forces in England to find out how easy it is to make a complaint… The results we found were shocking – but considering the slippery nature of the police – unsurprising. Almost every force we contacted attempted to use diversionary tactics to... Read more
DON’T TALK TO THE POLICE
No matter where you are, no matter what the situation, when it comes to talking to the police – as suspect or victim – it always pays to say as little as possible.   Here are some important reasons why…     YOU CANNOT TALK YOURSELF OUT OF AN... Read more
Zapper Letter! How to Get Rid of Unwanted Debt Collectors
  If you have unwanted debt collectors coming to your door, phoning, writing, texting or e-mailing you then we recommend that you rid yourselves of them permanently with our ZAPPER LETTER! This is a carefully drafted legal document which lays down the law as it applies to unwanted door-steppers... Read more