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Suing the police

Chaman Salhan

Suing the police

a practical guide to knowing and enforcing your rights

by Chaman Salhan

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Published by Blackhall Pub. in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Tort liability of police -- Great Britain -- Popular works.,
    • Actions and defenses -- Great Britain -- Popular works.,
    • Police -- Complaints against -- Great Britain -- Popular works.,
    • False arrest -- Great Britain -- Popular works.,
    • Malicious prosecution -- Great Britain -- Popular works.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementChaman Salhan & Henry Spooner.
      GenrePopular works.
      ContributionsSpooner, Henry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD4839.5 .S25 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 132 p. ;
      Number of Pages132
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6853869M
      ISBN 101901657868
      LC Control Number00361193
      OCLC/WorldCa40980338


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the city or district they work for (see pages 18–19 for details). If you were mistreated by an rcmpofficer, you should sue: 1. the police officer(s) who mistreated you; and 2. the Solicitor General for British Columbia (see pages 8 and 24 for details).File Size: KB.

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The first book to read is the Pro Se Handbook. It is a 48 page book on how to get help with forms and many questions about the process. It also gives the names and phone numbers of lawyers who will assist you for free.

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16 Answers. Relevance. Follow these steps to sue a police department. Document the incident(s) that form the basis of your suit against the police department. In most cases where individuals sue the authorities, it is because the police have trampled on the individual's rights in some fashion, whether it be during a search and seizure or during a person's stay at the jail.

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An anecdote will s: The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is an independent body set up to deal with complaints about police conduct. Making a complaint can help you get an explanation about what happened and ensure the right action is taken against the police officer, or officers, concerned.

In fact, police officers are immune from lawsuits for the performance of their jobs unless willful, unreasonable conduct is demonstrated. Mere negligence, the failure to exercise due care, is not enough to create liability.

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Because police are government employees, they may be able to claim immunity from being sued for performing their official duties -- unless you can prove their conduct was intentionally unreasonable. Even if you feel your case is strong, some additional steps are required before you can sue the police.

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