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Haywire

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Name of officer(s) involved (Please give their name, rank and collar number if known):  Unknown

Time and date of incident: 02/12/2019 - Approx 3pm

Description the incident and what happened in as much detail as possible: Please see this letter from AEGIS Security Company Ltd to Altis Police Force.

What do you feel to be a suitable outcome of this complaint: 

 

  • £1750 in damages. This covers new locks, air fresheners to mask the smell, and a replacement adult magazine which someone nicked;  and

  • A statement from Gold Command that future searches will only be carried out where reasonable grounds have been obtained and a warrant issued; and

  • A formal apology for the distress caused.

Please post evidence: 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1UghqZubQGZ2BVV1TEqZVU8hs8WQIPB-qq448KogbJUc/edit?usp=sharing (letter)

 

OOC:

It goes without saying that this report is made for RP purposes and is in no way a testament against the characters of those involved!

The start of the video is simply proof of my flight direction. The cut in the video is where I stopped and started recording.

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DCC Shepherd

Greetings @Haywire 

My name is Deputy Cheif Constable Shepherd, Collar Number 1818. - The Unknown Officer

Firstly I would like to thank you for raising your concerns to the police complaints commission, people like yourself that have doubt in police officers actions are what keeps the police service clean and ensures standards are met.

Myself, Deputy Cheif Constable Shepherd along with another plain clothed officer currently are tasked on a Operation of which the name and the operations contents can not currently be disclosed due to its sensitive nature whilst the operation is ongoing. 

As we landed on the HMS Insurgent, to follow with youself landing in the huron then entering the property, I belived at the time you had a Section 5 Firearm and entered the property, for this reason the National Crime Agency were called for a raid on the property, as I got better eyesight on yourself I had seen that I had mistaken the top of your bergan backpack from a distance for a firearm. 

As the National Crime Agency landed on the HMS Insurgent they were asked by myself to conduct a investigation as we had reason to beleive you had come from a Poseideon High Grade Location, as we can see from the evidence provided, this was not the case. 

Myself and the Chief Of The National Crime Agency @SI Ali Barber had a discussion and agreed that a raid on the propert was not needed and therefore the National Crime Agency was ordered to leave the HMS Insurgent. - No locks were broken by any police officers.

I completly understand the inconvenice this situation has caused you, and sincerly apologise for said inconvenice. 

I belive I have met or justified all outcomes you wanted from this Police Complaints commission: 
 

  • £1750 in damages. This covers new locks, air fresheners to mask the smell, and a replacement adult magazine which someone nicked;  and - No locks were broken by the Altis Police Service, a Air Freshener and Adult Magazine will be sent to the address after age confirmation.

  • A statement from Gold Command that future searches will only be carried out where reasonable grounds have been obtained and a warrant issued; and As there was no search conducted on the property by The Altis Police Service, therefor "future searches will only be carried out where reasonable grounds have been obtained and a warrant issued" The standard and reasonable grounds for search were not met in this case, so the property was not searched.

  • A formal apology for the distress caused. "I completly understand the inconvenice this situation has caused you, and sincerly apologise for said inconvenice."

 

I will go back to my opening statment on thanking you one last time for submitting your concerns to the Police Complaints Commission, it is people like you that help improve the police from the outside. 

I would like to offer you a formal meeting in a police station of your choice to speak with myself regarding the situation and how you think we can improve in the future moving forward. - If this is something you would like to do please contact my privately and we can arrange a Date, Time and Police Station, I will ensure your safe arrivial and task the Specialist Protection Group with your escort to and from the police station of your choice.

Best Regards, 

npUhkRr.png.3b40254fdb33b994d03217e8d5411dcb.pngDeputy Chief Constable Shepherd, 1818.

 

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SI Ali Barber

Dear @Haywire

I completely understand the inconvenience this situation has caused you, and sincerely apologise for said inconvenience, the National Crime Agency operatives on scene were simply trying to look for any explanation and intelligence that would warrant someone owning a military aircraft carrier, but its 2039 so hey, cant judge. If you would like a discussion or counselling please contact @CSI Creebles who would be more than happy to have a chat and work out any and all problems for a good few hours.

Kind Regards, Director General SI Ali Barber.

 

p.s (SPG Protection would come as an added cost when meeting with us as we already spent the budget buying back our lost Hunters)

p.p.p.s.s: We might have some Febreeze in @Brandon Pigeon's desk that you could have and theres probably a few "Adult" Magazines hanging around the office that you could loan, please get in contact with me if these are of interest.

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CSI Creebles

Dear @Haywire

As mentioned by CNCA @SI Ali Barber, as a certified psychologist I will be more than happy to provide you with counseling and assist you with whatever issue may be upsetting you.
If you would like to book an appointment, feel free to contact me directly.

PS: psychological assistance will come at an additional cost — get up to 35% off your first session when reserving with a SPG escort

 

Kind Regards,
CSI Creebles [6669]
NCA Director of Training department

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Haywire

Thank you for your responses.

I would like the public to know that I will be absolutely taking up these therapy sessions and that their tax money will be put to good use getting to the root of my psychological issues!

 

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CC Tadworth

Dear @Haywire,

In relation to your complaint. Contrary to @DCC Shepherd's statement,

I will first deal with the issue of the Human Rights Act. From past experience, and previous research into case-law, it would be extremely uncommon for the searching of a vehicle to constitute a breach of the Human Rights Act. From my observations, there was no breach of any rights in the duration of the evidence which you have provisioned, or I have otherwise been provided.

In relation to the searching of your Hureon, my statement below will outline the legality of such a search, with areas highlighed in bold being those that apply to such as search as the one you experienced.

Section 1 of the Police & Criminal Evidence Act 1984 states that, "Any person or a vehicle may be detained for the purpose of a Section 1 search, provided you have reasonable grounds to suspect that stolen or prohibited articles, bladed or sharply pointed articles and prohibited fireworks will be found and that the person or the vehicle is in a place defined by the Act. There are no minimum age restrictions, nor is there a requirement that the search is conducted in the presence of an appropriate adult. Powers to stop and search must be used fairly, responsibly, with respect for people being searched and without unlawful discrimination."

An officer may exercise the power to stop and search:

  • in any place to which at the time when they propose to exercise the power, the public or any section of the public has access, on payment or otherwise, as of right or by virtue of express or implied permission; or
  • in any other place to which people have ready access at the time when they propose to exercise the power but which is not a dwelling. You can never carry out a Section 1 PACE search in a dwelling. You can search people in the gardens or yards attached to dwellings, but only if you have reasonable grounds for believing that the:
    • person to be searched, or person in charge of the vehicle, does not reside in the dwelling; and
    • person or vehicle is not at that place with the express or implied permission of a person who resides in the dwelling.

Notice that the Act uses the term reasonable grounds for believing and not reasonable grounds for suspecting here. Reasonable grounds to believe will require a much stronger level of objective facts than ‘suspecting’.

“Premises” is defined in Section 23 of PACE as any place including any:

  • vehicle
  • vessel
  • aircraft
  • hovercraft
  • offshore installation (such as oil or other drilling rigs, and the accommodation platforms or vessels associated with them)
  • renewable energy installation as defined in the Energy Act 2004 Section 104; or
  • tent or moveable structure.

Premises defined as ‘any place’ would include the places normally associated with premises such as private dwellings and commercial buildings.

Section 117 of PACE gives the power to use reasonable force, if necessary, to exercise any other power granted under the Act. This means that you may use such reasonable force to arrest or to gain entry to premises for example if:

  • The premises are known to be unoccupied
  • The owner or occupier is known to be absent
  • Not to do so would frustrate the operation or endanger someone
  • The occupier, or other person entitled to grant access, refuses to do so
  • It is impossible to contact the occupier or other person entitled to grant access

In conclusion, there was no breach of the Human Rights Act, and PACE was (although very minimally I may add) used legally on this occasion.

I will suggest a review into the training of officers, and their use of powers to Stop and Search to the Police Board, you may never find out the results of this discussion, but I can assure you that it will take place.

This complaint is now closed.

Regards,

Tadworth
Chief Constable

 

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