What would you like to know about this please?
There were always laws that covered that type of thing but they aren't engaged here.
I think the issue of the police is probably that it is very hard to prove that he was the creator and also it is hugely draining upon manpower and ultimately the creation of a fake Facebook account does not justify those resources.
You have to bear in mind that there are limited resources available to the police and instances of actual violence and other serious crime are going to be given priority over what is, ultimately, some communication on Facebook.
Tracking IP addresses is very time consuming and quite often it really doesn't prove much as there are public IP addresses.
The reality is that the evidence that exists doesn't identify the culprit. It might be him. It might be many others.
The police are being fairly reasonable when they are unwilling to devote the amount of resources it would take to track down an IP address for these events I'm afraid. The IPCC would not critcise them for that. There have been rumblings to the effect that they do not intend to police disputes on Facebook and other social media and, in fairness, it is not really what the taxpayer maintains the police for.
You could seek an injunction forcing Facebook to identify an IP address but I would suggest it.
There would be cost involved and also it is quite possible that it is either a proxy or a public IP zone so there is no point.
Further, even if you did at the very highest point it is a low level communications offence.
I'm very sorry but that is the reality.
Just get Facebook to block the account.
Can I clarify anything for you?