IPCC are useless. Received from IPCC a freedom of Information request as to how many of My complaints were ignored by IPCC a refusal to Work as a government organisation.
This is the letter received that they do not investigate any complaints towards Corrupt Cleveland Police Officers especially in my cases.
In 2006/00509, dispensation granted,19june2006.
2006/016614,Appeal refused,10nov 2006.
2007/001214,appeal refused,16 jan2007.
2007/01714,Appeal refused,29 jan2007.
2008/019602,complaint forwarded to Cleveland police 11 dec2008.
2009/008193,dipenced granted complaint, 05 may2009.
2009/013136,appeal refused 16july 2009.
2009/015313,dispensation granted,28 aug2009.
2009/017094,appeal upheld but never requested a full investigation,22 sept 2009.
2009/020527,dispensation granted,10 nov 2009.
2010/004349,complaints forwarded to Clevelan police 10march 2010.
2010/015332,dispensation granted,18aug 2010/17 jan 2010.
2011/013938,complaint forwarded to cleveland police,08 aug 2010,forwarded to cleveland police 24 aug 2011.
2012/004320,duplicate complaint 06 march 2012.
2012/021321,dispensation granted,13 dec2012.
2012/002967,complaint,15 feb 2012 forwarded to cleveland police 16 feb 2012.
2012/020359,complaint,02 dec 2012,forwarded to cleveland police crime Panel No return post at all from PCC barry coppingers office.
The case of Ray Mallon:
November 20, 1996 – Ray Mallon becomes the new head of Middlesbrough CID and takes the extraordinary step of pledging to quit if he fails to slash the crime rate by 20 per cent.
August 6, 1997 – Nine months into the job and his pledge to cut crime appears to be working as figures plummet towards the key 20 per cent mark.
December 1, 1997 – Detective Superintendent Mallon is suspended by Assistant Chief Constable Robert Turnbull, the force’s disciplinary officer. He vows to clear his name after allegations he leaked information about a police corruption investigation – Operation Lancet…
February 3, 1998 – A 30,000-name petition demanding the reinstatement of Det Supt Mallon is handed to the Home Office.
March 12, 1998 – Cleveland Police launches a new inquiry into Det Supt Mallon over his expenses and movements since his suspension on December 1.
April 16, 1998 – A vote of no-confidence is passed in Cleveland’s Chief Constable Barry Shaw over his handling of the Mallon saga, at a packed public meeting in Middlesbrough.
November 24, 1998 – Det Supt Mallon is cleared of fiddling his expenses.
April 20, 1999 – Det Supt Mallon is cleared of wrongdoing in his relationship with the media.
July 9, 1999 – Calls are made for the police corruption inquiry to be wound up after it is revealed that some of the investigating officers are under investigation themselves. Ashok Kumar, MP for South Middlesbrough and East Cleveland, says the situation is turning into farce with public credibility in Cleveland Police now seriously at risk.
December 1, 1999 – Det Supt Mallon marks the second anniversary of his suspension with a scathing attack on the Police Complaints Authority which, he claims, smeared him. He predicts the investigation will end without criminal charges being laid against him, and he calls on Jack Straw to instigate a public inquiry so that the main players can be called to account.
February 10, 2000 – Det Supt Mallon acknowledges that he may never be allowed to return to policing, even if he is cleared of any criminal wrongdoing.
June 15, 2000 – MP Dari Taylor, member for Stockton South, claims Cleveland Police is losing public support.
June 20, 2000 – Crown Prosecution Service announces there will be no prosecution of Det Supt Mallon as there is insufficient evidence.
June 23, 2000 – Det Supt Mallon challenges his bosses to reinstate him.
August 8, 2000 – Det Supt Mallon makes a formal complaint to the Home Secretary that senior officers have conspired to pervert the course of justice. He asks solicitors to write to Jack Straw alleging the conspiracy against him. Members of Det Supt Mallon’s legal team say they have compiled evidence to back the claims.
September 12, 2000 – Cleveland Police are accused of “scraping the barrel” to find 14 disciplinary charges against Det Supt Mallon. The Police Complaints Authority reveals it will charge Det Supt Mallon with 14 unspecified offences later in the week.
December 22, 2000 – The CPS reveals there will be no criminal charges arising from Operation Dollar, an investigation into Cleveland Police by West Yorkshire Police, into allegations made by Det Supt Mallon.
June 7, 2001 – The Cleveland officer whose allegations triggered the suspension of Det Supt Mallon is dismissed. Det Insp Russ Daglish, together with Det Con Brendon Whitehead, was sacked following a disciplinary hearing.
August 10, 2001 – Ray Mallon announces his intention to quit and seek election as Mayor of Middlesbrough.
September 28, 2001 – Sir John Hoddinott, who was leading a Home Office investigation into police corruption in the local area, is found dead in his hotel room.
January 3, 2002 – Det Supt Mallon is named Man of the Year 2001 by listeners of Radio Cleveland