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  • Title:
    Report - Strathclyde Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00397/11/PF – SP
    Police Body:
    Strathclyde Police, Report
    Date:
    14 September 2012
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    397/11. The applicant’s complaint arose from an incident in which she was mistakenly identified by police as being the subject of an apprehension warrant. The Commissioner found that the complaint was not dealt with in a reasonable manner.
  • Title:
    Report - Tayside Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00475/11/PF – TP
    Police Body:
    Tayside Police, Report
    Date:
    14 September 2012
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    475/11. The applicant’s complaints arise from an interdict that was granted in her favour, as well as several other incidents. Of the seven complaints considered, the Commissioner found that five were dealt with reasonably while the remainder were not.
  • Title:
    Report - Tayside Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00506/11/PF – TP
    Police Body:
    Tayside Police
    Date:
    14 September 2012
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    506/11. The applicant’s complaints arose from allegations he made to Tayside Police which he felt had not been fully investigated.
  • Title:
    Report Grampian Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00110/12/PF – GP
    Police Body:
    Grampian Police, Report
    Date:
    14 September 2012
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    110/12. The complaints considered in this report are in connection with the way the police dealt with a number of allegations the applicant made against third parties.
  • Title:
    Letter - Fife Constabulary
    Reference:
    PCCS/00321/11/PF/FC Decision letter
    Police Body:
    Fife Constabulary, Letter
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    321/11: In this case a man complained that, on a number of occasions, officers of Fife Constabulary had spoken inappropriately about his family to members of the public.
  • Title:
    Letter - Grampian Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00064/12/PF/GP Decision letter
    Police Body:
    Grampian Police, Letter
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    64/12: This complaint arose from a fixed penalty notice the complainer's daughter received for allegedly having a misrepresented number plate on her vehicle.
  • Title:
    Report - Dumfries and Galloway
    Reference:
    PCCS/00439/11/PF – D&G;
    Police Body:
    Dumfries & Galloway Constabulary, Report
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    439/11: The applicant’s complaints arise from his arrest and subsequent period in police custody. The Commissioner identified five complaints and found that all were dealt with in a reasonable manner. No recommendations were made.
  • Title:
    Report - Grampian Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00408/11/PF – GP / PCCS/00052/12 – GP
    Police Body:
    Grampian Police, Report
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    408/11 & 52/12: These complaints arise from alleged incidents which the applicant believes were not dealt with appropriately by the police.
  • Title:
    Report - Grampian Police
    Reference:
    PCCS/00547/10/PF – GP
    Police Body:
    Grampian Police, Report
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    547/10: The complaints arose from two occasions in which the applicant was stopped by Grampian Police in relation to a vehicle offence. Of the five complaints considered, the Commissioner found that four were not dealt with in a reasonable manner.
  • Title:
    Report - Lothian and Borders
    Reference:
    PCCS/00345/11/PF – L&B; CHR
    Police Body:
    Lothian & Borders Police, Report
    Date:
    22 August 2012
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    345/11: The applicant made a single complaint, arising from allegations of criminal activity by legal professionals in connection with the sale of his property in 2004. The Commissioner considered that the complaint was dealt with in a reasonable manner.