I believe that the information about law that I was given by her on the phone was incorrect, she has mishandeled my case and I may want to use it in the future as a proof in the court, not against her but to show in court how I've been mishandled by the police. I don't want to sue them, I just want to have the proof of this conversation. I believe given my circumstances I shouldn't have been issued that letter. I feel deeply dissapointed with police and i want to obtain copy of that recording. I have suffered serve trauma due to that which I can prove.
I do agree with harrassment warning but there was another issue brought up. It was about what my partner has done to me and according to the police woman that was purely moral issue which I confirmed with a lawyer that was actually criminal and was 'bigger' than the so called harrassement. I just need a copy of that conversation. Do I need to write a letter to the police?
It's a matter of principle.
The police is here for us and if they abuse there powers
I'm a citizen who pays my taxes for police to work, I am sure I have some kind of right to obtain record of that conversation. Police is here for us not we for the police so they can apply the law carelessly like they want. And wheter they were wrong or not in doing so it should be matter for court to decide. I don't understand the term 'annoying the police'. Is the police some kind of big scary creature that can not be annoyed or touched. I don't uderstand what could I be charged with if the only thing that I want to have a proof of how I was treated.
It is vitally important people can come to the Police with confidence that serious matters such as mine are properly investigated. There were clear failures in some parts of the investigation by individual officers. I have been let down by basic policing errors and lack of adequate support. Allegation of the nature I made was difficult to investigate, but that is no excuse for not getting the basic right or providing the support I needed. Police has not been kind. Thank you