Independent Police Complaints Commission letter~ Rubbish & Still Refusing Compensation after 1999 & 2003 Chumped up Charges & Murder Attempt on Life in Thailand & Connection to EliteOne Provocateur Entertainement Firm Embezzlement & Sabotage
Directorate of Professional Standards
DPS Complaints Support Team
22nd Floor Empress State Building Empress Approach Lillie Road London SW6 1TR
Our reference: QU/01531/14
Date: 11th October 2014
Dear Ms Coggins,
On the 04/08/2014/ we received a complaint via the IPCC, in which raised concerns which did not appear to relate to a serving member of the Metropolitan Police Service.
It was my role to review the information in that e-mail and consider whether it should be recorded as a complaint or not.
On 21/08/2014 I requested that you provide me with further information. On 09/09/2014 you sent us an e-mail which refers to a serving MPS officer and what you perceive to be his connection to a number of Hollywood stars, namely Brad Pitt, Matt Damon & George Clooney.
Whilst reviewing your complaint it became apparent to me that it did not satisfy the requirements of a complaint that needs to be recorded under the Police Reform Act 2002.
I therefore referred your complaint to the DPS Complaints Support Chief Inspector, who has been delegated by the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police to decide whether we should record your complaint or not.
They have decided that your complaint did not need to be recorded as it was fanciful.
The reason that this decision was made is because you make reference to events as you see them which relate to well known personalities.
Within all of this you mention a serving member of the Metropolitan Police Service. My research shows that you had dealings with this officer in April 2007.
I am also aware that you have made complaints in the past which have either been non-recorded or which have been subject to disapplication.
You have the right of appeal to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) against my decision not to record this as a formal complaint against the police. The IPCC are the appeal body as they have to consider all appeals when a complaint is not recorded. You have 28 days from the day after the date of this letter to make your appeal.
The 28th day is 10/11/2014. Appeals received after 28 days may not be allowed unless there are exceptional circumstances.
If you do decide to appeal, then please send your appeal to:
Independent Police Complaints Commission, PO Box 473, Sale, M33 0BW
Further information about appeals and how to appeal can be found on the IPCC website: www.ipcc.gov.uk