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Have they breached the ASBO and if so has there been any application for breach?
It is not a asbo from police but from the housing association. If they get 3 they could be dc
It is not an asbo issued in law but by the housing association so it is a first warning. If they get 2 they risk eviction.
Ok, is the employer doing anything about it?
It seems not - my son has now been suspended for suspected theft and is awaiting an interview with a senior manager next Wednesday. The two managers who went through his accounts and diary on the say so of the 2 couples who got the warning. The accounts are perfectly in order right up to the time just after the attack at the meeting! The office diary showed 4 bookings in from October - January which if paid would have amounted to £140. However, no money was ever given to my son by the residents who supposedly booked it. Keys are given to residents to let their relatives in to the flat when my son is not on duty (weekends and evenings). The residents concerned on 3 of these occasions were the ones who received the warnings. The 4th was for 7 days stay at £10 per night and as far as my son is concerned the relative who booked it said was her sister had cancelled. He denies ever receiving any money and no one can produce a receipt (which he always gives). There is a receipt book with copies which verify this. They asked my son why he had not crossed the bookings out in his diary, but he never has and there is no special bookings diary. His managers do not seem to be doing anything about the fact that he has been bullied and discriminated against for the last 4 months. The reason the resident got angry at the meeting and tried to punch him was because a gardening contract had been given to a new company, not his friend. He feels he is getting no support from the Housing Association management, just being hounded. The two couples concerned run the residents Social Committee and most of the residents dislike them but on the other hand seem afraid to do anything to upset them for fear of reprisals. The bookings we are talking about were for the grandson of one of the couples to stay on two occasions on a Saturday night after a Darts competition held by the Social Committee when my son is off duty. They have been trusted with the key to the flat and would in the past have given my son the payment with the key. As they did not give him payment on these occasions he assumed the flat had not been used. Sorry this is long winded but the thing is it looks like these two couples have made the whole thing up to get him into trouble.
My son has a meeting with his Union rep on Monday next.
To confirm the people have breached their tenancy agreements?
no. I hope i get a refund you are not answering
Hi I am here.
I am here online and to help.
What is it you want to achieve?
Hello, We want to achieve acknowledgement that there is no theft involved at all, that
That there is no case regarding theft
To be able to continue with the employment/job
To have mediation with the residents who received the warning
Now have the benefit of a union rep who is attending a meeting this morning, he is of the opinion there is no proof re these allegations. The main worry is that a dismissal for theft would ruin my son's career and it would be impossible to find other employment.
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Today he is at a meeting with his company, accompanied by his Union rep and they are hoping that the situation can be resolved and that my son can go back to his job. My son has been bullied and threatened by the residents who received the warning and they have made his life difficult ever since last October.
No more questions thanks.
No, thanks. I have finished.