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Certainly you can contact the police is the formal employer is becoming personally aggressive and intimidating, that is harassment and that is a criminal offence.
To back ups that matter further, you could also send the employer a "cease and desist" letter, directing that they stop further aggressive and intimidatory actions to you, and to direct any correspondence to your solicitors or the tribunal.
If they ignore that and continue, that would give further strength to all your cases against form and allow the police to act further.
Can I assist or clarify anything further?
If the police received a compliant of theft of the computer, they do have an obligation to investigate that allegation, that can lead to an arrest of the person holding the item. Granted the officer should have sought further advice before making the arrest, bu hindsight is a wonderful thing. The arrest based on what the officer knew at the time is legal, once he had further evidence and information the person was rearrested.
If you know who is investigation the allegations you have made of fraud, then it may be possible;e to hand over the computer to that agency, be that police, HMRC, etc they can hold it as evidence.
As for intimidation, as explained earlier, send the letter and call the police if they make contact again. You are entitled to be protected.
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