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Norfolk defective s172's - Chaos Continues
mikey748
post Tue, 5 Apr 2005 - 11:40
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My ongoing case is here

http://forums.pepipoo.com/index.php?showtopic=3616

Basically Norfolk seem to be the only Scameraship not to include "for and on behalf of the Chief of Police" or something similar on their NIP/s172 requests. What I'm intending on doing at my trial as part of the defence is showing that all other Scameraships do include this and so far I've got s172s showing this under the authorised signature for the following

Norfolk
Warwickshire
Hampshire
Dorset
Northamptonshire
Wiltshire
Metropolitan
Thames Valley
Derbyshire
Humberside

I'd be really grateful if anyone with a soft copy of the others could drop them on here or alternatively PM them to me.

Thanks in advance
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post Tue, 9 Jan 2018 - 15:43
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QUOTE (superSmiffy @ Tue, 9 Jan 2018 - 13:26) *
Are you really going to court to say that someone who sits in the police ticket office, is the manager or other police employee in that unit and say the chief constable hasn’t given staff in his or her ticket office implicit permission to issue notices on behalf of the chief? Not only that but it is likely that has been going on for some years, since the inception of that office in fact.
I can just imagine the chief popping in for tea and saying “who the fu’k said you could issue those notices, stop until I say you have my permission.”
That is a long shot.

I think you're right, but I would go further and say that, when said office was first set up, a policy/guidance document was probably created which explicitly states that the staff in that office has authority on behalf of the CC to issue those notices.
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