Thank you for completing the form, your reference is: COM-28546-20-0100-C. MM Updates: I will go through my records to add more references from the time I had contact with the Police in 2017.
We’re sorry you had to make a complaint to us. 1. 8/12/2020 Metropolitan Police Interview. 2. 1/12/2020 Custody no. 01LD -80600-20. 3. 30/11/2020 Custody Record No 01MS-5510-20 Arrest Summons No. 20/01MS/01/5510N. 4. 2/12/2020 Nexus Health Group Practices Decima Street & Artesian Health Centre. 5. 25/11/2019 Claim Number: F21YM135 – IOPC. This is how the Legal Systems treating Mervelee Myers the past 6 years. What do they think this is doing to me?
We do take this very seriously. We’ll review what you’ve sent us and aim to respond within 14 working days. MM Updates: I am willing to give lee ways, however, it will not be taking another 3 years like how I come to be in this situation because of the failure of the www.met.police.uk and www.policeconduct.gov.uk to act.
Coronavirus (Covid-19): You may experience a delay before we get in touch with you. MM Updates: Am very much aware of this and why I wish to put on record that despite taking me out of my home partially clothe, it was hours later PC Sweeney remember to ask about COVID-19. My training from https://www.lambethcollege.ac.uk seems to be in advance of the training at present because PC Sweeney could be my granddaughter. Is it any wonder those REVIEWS about are on www.leyf.org.uk website? When www.peachespublications.co.uk sent them to me because I could not access LEYF website. It was www.personnelconsultancy.com representing LEYF that objected to my Application to submit Additional Witness Statement. Refer to Subject Access Request www.ico.org.uk – Data Protection Act – 117119. I applied for first Data Protection Access at Brixton Police Station in 1998.
We apologise, but hope you’ll understand. MM Updates: I understand very well as long as this will not be as drawn out as https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions/ms-m-myers-v-london-early-years-foundation-2300047-2016 am okay.
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We understand how distressing being affected by crime or anti-social behaviour can be and we are committed to bringing offenders to justice and ensuring that victims of crime receive the support they need from us and from others. MM Updates: For me this is merely tokenism and I will set out my arguments as follow: 1. 29/11/2019 & 15/11/2019 F45YM082 MPS. 2. 24/10/2019 IOPC Claim No. F21YM135 – IOPC Defence & 12/10/2019 Acknowledgement of Service Filed & 18/09/2019 Claim Issued. Is this the way to treat a person who was made vulnerable by way of discrimination and the role of the Police and IOPC in the matter?
We have lots of crime advice here which you may also find useful. MM Updates: 1. 16/10/2019 Subject: Your recent Submission. Reference: TAA-40775-19-0101-1R. 2. 26/6/2019 IOPC Our Reference: 2019/119249 Force Reference: PC/7/19 Without Prejudice Ratna Khanam is the most unprofessional person second to https://www.39essex.com/barrister/samantha-jones I have the misfortune to encounter. Is it any wonder the Metropolitan Police is in the trouble it is in.
Consider our environment – please do not print this email unless absolutely necessary. MM Updates: 1. 23 June 2019 Summary of Mrs Mervelee Myers Meeting at Southwark Police Station 8 Pages Document. 2. 17 June 2019 Agenda For Meeting With The Police. 3. Amy Roscoe Casework Administrator. 4. 1-24 May 2019 Tammie Tebboth-Lawrance & Owen Pyle Subject: Meeting. 5. 24/04/2019 Jill Horsfall. Those Involved A. Inspector Owen Pyle P233077 B. Sergeant Godwin Perrot P196960 C. PC Michael Lulu P194470 D. Rebecca Franklyn P242185 E. PC Daniel Partis P238344. F. Our Reference: 20/01/2018 PC/4616/17 PC Tristan Gentleman & PC Collen Daly. Let me point out how careless Inspector Godwin Perrot is that he did not get my email correct. G. 02/01/2019 PS Angie Aldous. H. 02/03/2018 PS Mick Kirk. I. 27/02/2018 IOPC PS James Cropper. J. 13/03/2018 Inspector Duncan Marriott. K. 30/11/2017 PC Wendy Stewart-Crosse If the Police had acted in the professional manner to resolve the issues raised from the beginning, we would not be here years later.
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To avoid incurring legal liabilities, you must not distribute or copy the information in this email without the permission of the sender. MM Updates: Mr John Fenton who represented LEYF sent me an email that is relevant to how I come to end up with this situation with the Police. I refuse to be the statistic of 1 in 5 of all suicides are associated with unemployment in www.hctgroup.org/ Impact Report 2016. This is part of my Defensive Practice as LEYF claim not to have any data for me. It was www.healthmanltd.com Dr Laura Crawford who advised me to seek CBT to find out why I react the way I do to certain situations.
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