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Hello, this is Jim.
The Police should take notice and do something - as they are a public body then judicial review is the way to challenge their decision not to do anything but I would have thought a complaint to the IOPC would be in order (independent office for police conduct) : https://www.policeconduct.gov.uk/
I hope this helps
I would agree that JR is the correct avenue to challenge their decision. The JR judge (or panel of judges) will look at the evidence afresh and decide whether the IOPC and the Police were correct in arriving at their decision.
Hi, I have said that a public body's decision can be challenged with Judicial Review proceedings. I have only the bare facts which you have stated although I was unaware that you are not connected to the dispute (in effect being an innocent bystander - I have only just been made aware of this now).
I will have to opt out to let another expert help you with this going forward.