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Appeal to: Independent Police Complaints Commission

14th January 2009
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Appeal to: Independent Police Complaints Commission
From: Ngozi Angeline Godwell

 

14th January 2009

 

Independent Police Complaints Commission

Appealing against the Local resolution process

 

1. MY CONTACT DETAILS:

Ngozi Angeline Godwell

***************************** 

Telephone ****************

Email *************************

 

2. ABOUT THE OUTCOME

Letter received from the police telling me about the outcome of my local resolution was:

17th December 2007 (correction is: December 2008) 

 

3. THE POLICE FORCE

The name of the police force I am complaining about is:

Northamptonshire Police Force

 

4. THE POLICE DID NOT EXPLAIN THE LOCAL RESOLUTION PROCESS TO ME 

The police did not record my complaint properly. The police did not explain the local resolution process to me (how they were going to look into the complaint)

 

5 THE DATE I MADE THE COMPLAINT IS CORRECT WHICH WAD THE 1ST JULY 2008, AS WITH THE REFERENCE NUMBER

The date I made the complaint is correct which wad the 1st July 2008, as with the reference number, which is 574/1st July 2008. The investigation was not about my complaint. The issues within the contents of the letter are wholly incorrect. I want to contest the contents within the file the police holds pertaining to my address. I have obtained the file from the police and I am contesting a lot of the information within the file.

 

6. HUMAN RIGHTS ACT HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998. 

Your human rights are:

the right to liberty,

the right not to be punished for something that was not a crime when you did it,

the right to a fair trial, 

the right not to be discriminated against in respect of these rights and freedoms.

 

7. MY RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS ARE ABUSED

I have a right to an effective solution in law, even if the abuse was by someone in authority, for example, a police officer at this current time I refer to PC TechNet who is named in my complaint, other officers are also included.

 

8. TO SEE IF THE PROBLEM CAN BE RESOLVED 

I am in a situation in which I believe that my families human rights are being violated, it is advisable to see if the problem can be resolved without going to court by using mediation.

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The IPCC did not request any further for information from me or did not
 send me any information about how or when it was going to conduct their own investigation and how I will be involved in this process.

This is how the investigation was closed.

Northampton Magistrates’ Court