This complete set of Ebooks, letters and PDF forms will provide you with all the resources and tools you need to challenge the police... Police Protection Pack – All the Information You Need for Just £10

This complete set of Ebooks, letters and PDF forms will provide you with all the resources and tools you need to challenge the police across a wide range of issues.

It contains 7 of the best selling E-products from this website. All for just £10!:

  • Take on the Police and Win
  • Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data
  • You Have A Right to Remain Silent
  • How to Prosecute Criminals When the Police Won’t
  • What Do the Police Have On You
  • Subject Access Request Pack
  • Police Complaint Form

All items can be downloaded instantly from this website and will open on all laptops, smart phones, tablets, eReaders, Android devices, Macs and PCs as standard PDF documents. Letters are also provided in Word format.

Just click on the Paypal link below your selected item to purchase and download. You can also pay by debit or credit card without a Paypal account by clicking on the same link and selecting ‘pay by card’.

Download your POLICE PROTECTION PACK for just £10

 

Take On the Police and Win

“Take on the Police and Win” is a comprehensive guide to beating the police at their own game, containing a wealth of information on how to achieve compensation payments and a satisfactory complaint outcome – all without having to employ the services of a solicitor or step foot in court!

If you have been assaulted by the police or unlawfully detained, if they have forced their way into your home without just cause, harassed or bullied you, then this EBOOK will explain how to take on the civil and legal departments of the police and win!

  • How to bring claims for false imprisonment, assault, trespass, malicious prosecution and other civil injustices as old as 6 years
  • How to defeat the police complaints process
  • How to obtain payouts from the police without going to court
  • How to prevent the police from sabotaging your complaint
  • Complaint and monetary claim letter templates
  • A comprehensive guide on obtaining professional legal help for free
  • The e-mail addresses of every police complaint department in England and Wales

 

Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data

Right now, among the multitude of paper files and hard drives that the police maintain, your details are being processed. Left unchecked, that information could damage your chances of employment, be used as an excuse to investigate you or be forwarded onto any one of the numerous government agencies the police share their data with.

“Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data” tells you how to dig out and view that data, where it is stored and the various legal processes you can use to access that information and have it destroyed. Including:

  • How to obtain police notebooks, radio traffic, police station CCTV and other data
  • How to make a full subject access request for all of your personal information from the Police
  • Everything you need to know on making criminal record checks
  • How to prevent an employer from obtaining information you don’t want them to see
  • Legal ways of having police information destroyed
  • How to use Freedom of Information to get the police to answer your questions
  • Subject Access letter template
  • The e-mail addresses of every police subject access and FOI department in the UK

 

You Have A Right to Remain Silent

This short ebook is our best selling guide to defending yourself against the police with SILENCE. Including advice and tips on:

  • How to maintain silence under police questioning
  • How the police gather intelligence from what you say
  • Why you should be cautious of what you say as a victim or witness
  • How to handle a police interview after arrest
  • How to maintain silence under stop and search
  • How to avoid your silence being used against you (adverse inference)
  • Your rights not to self-incriminate

 

How to Prosecute Criminals When the Police Won't

It would seem that the police have the monopoly on law and order, so who do you turn to when they do nothing?..

What you may not know is that the police do not have the exclusive right to prosecute. We all have that right, including the right to investigate, charge and prosecute any suspect we believe to have committed an offence, no matter how petty or serious the crime.

“How to Prosecute Criminals When the Police Won’t” is a short guide explaining the full process of how to bring criminals to court and have them punished, without the need for the police, including:

  • How to charge somebody with a criminal offence
  • How to write up your own charge sheet and submit it to the court
  • How to summons somebody before the Magistrates’ court
  • How to ensure your prosecution makes it across the finish line
  • Little known free and low cost on-line legal resources (that could potentially save you thousands of pounds)

 

What do the Police Have On You

“What Do The Police Have On You” reveals in depth all the different personal information that the police collect about YOU. Records, notes, files, computer data, personal identifiers and images. You will be amazed at just how much data the police store and how easily it is gathered, what the information is used for and how it can be used against you. A guide to everything the police may be storing against your name that you have a right to access, including:

  • Police noteboooks
  • Radio traffic
  • Police station CCTV
  • Body worn video
  • Intelligence files
  • Investigation files
  • Police phone calls

 

Subject Access Pack

The subject access forms supplied in this pack have been drafted specifically for obtaining copies of your data from the police. The forms list all of the most important data types you can access. All you need do is check the boxes, add dates and times and fill in your own personal details. Use these forms to obtain the following types of data:

  • Everything contained on your criminal record
  • Intelligence files that might contain snippets of information about you or your family
  • Crime reports and incident reports that might refer to you
  • Police interview tapes
  • Speed camera photos taken of your vehicle
  • Police body worn video, if the police have recorded you
  • Police station CCTV and audio, if you have been held in custody
  • Radio traffic recordings, if the police have mentioned you on the airwaves
  • Telephone recordings of your conversations with the police
  • All data held in relation to you regarding harassment warnings
  • Copies of search warrants and the original applications for those warrants
  • Interview tapes
  • A copy of any page of a police notebook that mentions you
  • Emails and referrals made about you to other agencies

These subject access forms are provided in both Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word DOC formats. You can open and complete them on almost any platform; just download and complete, save and send by email, or print them off and mail them.

Also included with this pack is a step-by-step guide to help you complete the forms: Explaining what each box is for, what additional comments you should add, and how to target your request for a quick and comprehensive response.

Everything you need to get full disclosure on what the police have been saying, doing and reporting about you, can be accessed with this one package. It will save you hundreds of pounds in having to employ the expensive services of a solicitor

 

Download your POLICE PROTECTION PACK for just £10

 

Rob Warner