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
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
We Achieve Yet Another Payout From the Police – This Time For Ourselves
by Rob Warner This is a cheque I received from Derbyshire police today in settlement of a claim for trespass. The trespass involved two police officers who forced their way into my home after I refused them entry. They had received a malicious allegation from a neighbour that there was a vicious row... 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
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
Success! Another Harassment Warning is Removed
  We were recently contacted by a Crimebodge reader who succeeded in having a harassment warning removed from the Police National Computer after reading our article “Harassment Warnings: How to Challenge Them.“   The various laws and methods that give you the powers to challenge harassment warnings are explained in depth in... Read more
We Are the Police, We Own the Law
  by Rob Warner Sat in the back of a taxi cab going into town today, I noticed that the driver was surreptitiously tapping text messages into his mobile phone while repeatedly taking his eyes off the road. When I got out I told him that I didn’t appreciate his casual... Read more
P.C. Pinocchio Demonstrates How to Lie to the Public (Badly)
by Rob Warner   The best part of running this website is helping people make complaints and bring compensation claims against the police. Over the years I have developed a range of tactics to defeat their entirely bent complaints process and circumvent the factory of useless that is the Independent Police... Read more
Why You Should Never Trust the Police
  As kids, many of us were told that if we were ever lost or in trouble, to find a policeman. How many of us tell our kids that today?…   I know I don’t. I tell my child she’d be better off finding a cab office than a policeman.... Read more
Surrey Police Put 7 Year Old On Wanted List
  A Crimebodge reader just sent me a screengrab from Epsom and Ewell Police’s Facebook page. Whereby the police are on the search for a 7 to 8 year old who allegedly knocked a 5 year old to the ground after grabbing her by the throat:       What... Read more
Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data
If you honestly believe the police maxim: “If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear” then it’s time to take a look at your police file. Because the chances are that right now, somewhere among the multitude of paper files and hard drives that the police maintain, your name... 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
Take on the Police and Win!
  For most people, the police complaints process is a depressing waste of time.  Not only do the police get to investigate themselves and help fellow officers escape misconduct charges, the get to handle appeals too… And if you are lucky enough to have a complaint upheld, most officers... 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
Police Brutally Assault 15 Year Old For Refusing To Be A Witness
  After 3 years of running this site I’d like to think I’m not easily shocked by the abuses of authority I see and hear on a daily basis. However I have to admit that this one took me aback. So much so my blood felt like molten lava before... Read more