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  The GET HELP service is currently unavailable due to time constraints. I am currently working on new products that will be uploaded to the site this year, and all of my time is devoted to completing these projects.   Read more
The Story Behind This Website
There is a lot of curiosity surrounding the history and purpose of this site, as well as questions regarding who I am and how I am qualified to offer legal advice. What follows is the story of what motivated me to create this website. *       *   ... Read more
How the Met Police’s Bogus Allegation of A Hate Crime Got Them Sued
Despite the never ending cuts that threaten to shred the police service into confetti (or so we are repeatedly told) it’s reassuring to know that one division of law enforcement remains intact. Not just intact but positively booming with an almost limitless supply of resources. And that is the... Read more
Your Safety and Security Guaranteed on this Website
If you are new to the Crimebodge website, you might have questions about its purpose, its legitimacy and its security. The following FAQ will hopefully answer those queries:   Who runs this website? This website is owned, operated and maintained by Rob Warner, who is based in Derby. It... Read more
Latest Videos

Latest Videos

ArticlesVideos February 27, 2018

In the past year I have been busy producing a number of videos for Youtube across a broad range of legal subjects. A selection of them are listed below. TO VISIT MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL PLEASE CLICK HERE.           The BAD COP, NO DONUT series, highlights... Read more
How to Put a Stop to Harassment
Under the Protection from Harassment Act 1997, it is an offence for a person to pursue a course of conduct that amounts to harassment of another. Harassment under the Act is defined as intentionally causing someone alarm and distress. The problem is that it is the police who decide... Read more
Why Silence is Your Greatest Defence Against the Police
by Rob Warner People seem to have an almost reflexive urge to talk when confronted by authority. Watch any police reality show and you will see this in action. From the moment a person is stopped all they want to do is talk: excusing, apologising, lying, arguing, confessing, denying,... Read more
How to Stop Nuisance Neighbours (Right Now!)
Two thirds of the British population claim to have suffered nuisance caused by problem neighbours, with 1 in 5 of all complainants having reported the matter to the police. Unfortunately, most complaints are dismissed by the police as being ‘a civil matter’, despite them having a range of statutory powers... Read more
Your Solicitor is NOT Your Friend
Good reasons NOT to put yourself fully at the mercy of your solicitor… A worrying trend I’ve noticed lately is the number of people complaining about the quality of service provided by their criminal defence solicitors. Most commonly because their solicitor has left them in the dark and without... Read more
Police Complaints Form – (Just Click and Complete)
The police complaints forms provided on individual forces websites are inadequate. They are difficult to locate and laborious to use. Not only do they attempt to limit the content and category of complaint, the ask the complainant for personal information they are not required to give. Worst still, the... Read more
Are the Police Exempt from Road Traffic Laws?
  Since uploading my compilation videos onto Youtube of cop’s bad driving, I’ve noticed a lot of comments suggesting the police are exempt from all driving regulations. Apparently, all they need do – to park on double yellows, exceed the speed limit, carve up other drivers and use their... Read more
Woman Gets Police Harassment Notice for Emailing Complaint to Rogue Builder
  Yet another instance of how the police favour allegations over investigation and how members of the public can cry ‘harassment’ as a way of enforcing their will upon another to evade justice… Mrs A contacted me a few days ago via the Action Against Police service to ask for... Read more
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
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
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
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 for... 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
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
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