#Teesside Cleveland Ridiculed again

After the recently Jailed Cleveland police officer for RAPE Wayne Scott in this town,Cleveland police are Subject again to More Ridicule as Another Officer is Arrested and in court For RAPE,And Again he is Let off Scott Free when he admits “he’s lost Everything” to a Dozy Judge when he Should have Realised he is still getting a PENSION For his Crimes as an Ex Cleveland Police officer Fuck it Why don’t we Pay them All £500,000 like Sultan allam,Sean Price and Solicitors Acting for Criminal Mayors of this. #Worsttown. #Teesside.

#CrimePays. Especially in this nuthouse Town Waste land.

http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/north-east-news/cleveland-police-officer-kaljit-sander-7892600.

The Worst of it is on teesside. As this Rogue Police Officer gets Away With his RAPE Case. TEESSIDE has Launched an Attack on other Police stations With investigations into the Same Crime Nature With 63 RAPE CASES DISCOUNTED by Police Officers in Northumbria not Good News For the PCC Vera Biard,I hope she can get justice after that.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2782406/54-rape-cases-opened-police-incorrectly-concluded-no-crime-committed-scores-officers-warned-face-disciplinary-action.html. Northumbria.

If this is the justice system of Zero Tolerance For the Pilot scheme Mayor. #RobocockoftheNortheast RAY MALLON. Do we Need Fools like him running this authority. Why didn’t they just Jail the fool when they had the opportunity in 2002.
And whilst there is an investigation into Child abuses going on in schools too.

Its An Absolute INSULT to Any Rape Victim this.

Kaljit Sander leaving North Tyneside Magistrates Court
A police officer found guilty of assault has avoided jail when a court was told he had already lost “everything”.

Kaljit Sander who assaulted his former partner in January this year was handed a 16-week jail term, suspended for 18 months, by district judge Stephen Earl in North Tyneside Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

Sander, who is due to be dismissed from Cleveland Police after being convicted following a two day trial in Newcastle Magistrates’ Court last month, avoided jail because of his previous good character and a future without a career.

The police officer, who had no previous convictions, assaulted his ex-partner, a 26-year-old woman from County Durham, in January.

Mr Earl said: “It’s fair to say I will take into account you are a serving police officer and have a lot to lose and indeed have lost everything.

“This crosses the custody threshold and I would normally impose a custodial sentence but for a number of facts.

“He will lose his employment as a result of the sentence.”

The 32-year-old of Front Street, Tudhoe Colliery, near Spennymoor, was also handed a two year restraining order preventing him from contacting his victim.

In 2010, while working for Cleveland Police, Sander’s evidence helped convict a Middlesbrough man of racially aggravated common assault.

However, he faces a hearing with Cleveland’s professional standards panel which will see him dismissed from the force though it is understood he is considering appealing the conviction.

Mr Earl described the assault, which left the victim with a cut lip and swelling, as “not the worst I have seen” but said the lasting impact of the incident had been “emotional” trauma.

Richard Hermann, defending, said: “We’ve already identified by this conviction he will lose everything.”

Sander, who earned more than £1600 a month in his role, was ordered to pay £500 court costs, £250 compensation and and £80 victim surcharge.

He was sentenced to 16-weeks in prison, suspended for 18 months, and given a two year restraining order.

Mr Earl told Sander if he breaks the order he could be handed a five year prison sentence.

Speaking after sentence the victim’s father said: “I’m happy with the sentence.

“If he stays away from my daughter then I am happy.

“She wants to get on with her life.”.

News
68 rape cases re-opened after police incorrectly concluded no crime had been committed as scores of officers warned they may face disciplinary action

By Mario Ledwith for Daily Mail
16:13 06 Oct 2014, updated 08:15 07

Northumberland Police admit 1 in 3 rape cases may have been written off 
Cleveland Police is also reopening 14 rape investigations 
48 officers have been warned they will be disciplined if they ‘failed’ in job  
Police are to reopen 68 rape investigations where officers dismissed allegations that should have been pursued, it emerged yesterday.

A review by Northumbria Police found that 54 allegations of rape were not investigated properly, possibly allowing sexual abusers to go unpunished.

And Cleveland Police is reopening 14 rape investigations after an audit by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) revealed similar problems with the way its officers had dealt with allegations

Northumbria Police officers have decided to reopen one in three rape cases from the past three years (file picture)
Northumbria has removed dozens of officers from its sex crimes investigations unit following the discovery that one in three rape allegations recorded as ‘no crime’ should have been investigated.

The officers have been told they could face disciplinary action.

Rape charities said it was extremely worrying that so many cases had been handled incorrectly. The reinvestigations by Northumbria and Cleveland highlight growing concern that the problem may be widespread.

Earlier this year HMIC criticised South Yorkshire Police for its ‘unacceptable’ handling of serious sexual crimes.

In 2010 a rapist Northumbria policeman who attacked up to 30 women during a five-year reign of terror was jailed.

PC Stephen Mitchell, 44, assaulted drug addicts in the cells and interview rooms of a city-centre police station, knowing that if they complained they were unlikely to be believed.

One of them, a 19-year-old drug addict when he first struck, estimated she had been abused 100 times as he kept track of her using the police computer.

Yet his colleagues ignored a series of warnings about his behaviour – some of them from his own wife. They were unaware that he had already stood trial for sex offences before he was recruited to the force.

He was eventually sacked in 2007 for having ‘consensual’ sex with one of his victims, only to be reinstated on appeal eight months later.

And when he was finally stopped, a senior detective with Northumbria Police offered him ‘a get out of jail free card’ if he agreed to resign. He refused, opting to take his chances in court.

Mitchell – a tall, muscular former soldier – was found guilty of two rapes, three indecent assaults and six charges of misconduct in a public office, involving a total of seven women.

He was cleared of three further rape charges, two indecent assaults and counts of misconduct involving another nine women. But police suspect he attacked at least a further 14. 

68 rape cases re-opened after police incorrectly concluded no crime had been committed as scores of officers warned they may face disciplinary action

By Mario Ledwith for Daily Mail
16:13 06 Oct 2014, updated 08:15 07 Oct 2014

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Northumberland Police admit 1 in 3 rape cases may have been written off 
Cleveland Police is also reopening 14 rape investigations 
48 officers have been warned they will be disciplined if they ‘failed’ in job  
Police are to reopen 68 rape investigations where officers dismissed allegations that should have been pursued, it emerged yesterday.

A review by Northumbria Police found that 54 allegations of rape were not investigated properly, possibly allowing sexual abusers to go unpunished.

And Cleveland Police is reopening 14 rape investigations after an audit by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) revealed similar problems with the way its officers had dealt with allegations. 

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Northumbria Police officers have decided to reopen one in three rape cases from the past three years (file picture)
Northumbria has removed dozens of officers from its sex crimes investigations unit following the discovery that one in three rape allegations recorded as ‘no crime’ should have been investigated.

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The officers have been told they could face disciplinary action.

Rape charities said it was extremely worrying that so many cases had been handled incorrectly. The reinvestigations by Northumbria and Cleveland highlight growing concern that the problem may be widespread.

Earlier this year HMIC criticised South Yorkshire Police for its ‘unacceptable’ handling of serious sexual crimes.

PC RAPED WOMEN HE THOUGHT WOULDN’T BE BELIEVED BY FORCE

In 2010 a rapist Northumbria policeman who attacked up to 30 women during a five-year reign of terror was jailed.

PC Stephen Mitchell, 44, assaulted drug addicts in the cells and interview rooms of a city-centre police station, knowing that if they complained they were unlikely to be believed.

One of them, a 19-year-old drug addict when he first struck, estimated she had been abused 100 times as he kept track of her using the police computer.

Yet his colleagues ignored a series of warnings about his behaviour – some of them from his own wife. They were unaware that he had already stood trial for sex offences before he was recruited to the force.

He was eventually sacked in 2007 for having ‘consensual’ sex with one of his victims, only to be reinstated on appeal eight months later.

And when he was finally stopped, a senior detective with Northumbria Police offered him ‘a get out of jail free card’ if he agreed to resign. He refused, opting to take his chances in court.

Mitchell – a tall, muscular former soldier – was found guilty of two rapes, three indecent assaults and six charges of misconduct in a public office, involving a total of seven women.

He was cleared of three further rape charges, two indecent assaults and counts of misconduct involving another nine women. But police suspect he attacked at least a further 14. 

The watchdog found officers were put under pressure not to record rapes as crimes and police had spent a great deal of time trying to disprove the word of alleged victims.

It has also recently been revealed that nearly a quarter of rape allegations made to police in parts of London were never recorded as crimes in 2013.

An HMIC audit into the Northumbria force earlier this year found it may have incorrectly deemed 11 rape cases to be ‘no crime’, meaning that officers decided no law had been broken. After the audit the chief constable ordered a review of 153 allegations dating back to October 2011. Yesterday the force said it is to reinvestigate 54 of those cases.

A 50-year-old man from Newcastle upon Tyne has already been arrested and subsequently bailed in connection to an allegation that was previously downplayed by investigating officers.

Chief Superintendent Neil Adamson said the force had moved 48 officers from its rape investigations team to other units while the review was under way.

The officers were served with gross misconduct notices, which could result in disciplinary action following the investigation.

Potential victims who were initially told that rape had not been committed will now be contacted by officers, which police admitted could be stressful. Andrea Terrett, of Tyneside and Northumbria Rape Crisis Centre, said: ‘It is extremely worrying that victims have reported rapes and on investigation it is being stated that there has been no crime.

‘Only 10 per cent of rape victims that we help report to the police. But for these victims who have stepped forward, it is very disappointing and worrying for them to see that these cases have not been investigated properly.’

Northumbria’s police and crime commissioner, Vera Baird, described her ‘grave concerns’ when the HMIC report, which has yet to be made publicly available, flagged up the 11 suspect cases.

She said the report showed police did not take seriously cases where a female complainant had consumed a lot of alcohol, or those arising in a domestic setting.

Yesterday she said: ‘We took immediate action when the HMIC and, indeed, my office identified some rape ‘‘no crimes’’ of serious concern.’

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I've been convicted of a crime I DID Not do, With one conviction in 45 years,for burglary,After 23Attempts Failed to Convict me of Any Crime the Police in. #Teesside. Falsified the forensics Evidence against me and others,the detective Wrote how he Held the Forensics blood Evidence used in court to Convict me which is illegal. I Now Have Evidence of statements of Fact that the Cleveland police Detective DC1309 Did commit fruad by having the Blood Evidence at the police station when it was not supposed to be there,that he sent the only evidence of blood to forensics,which was linked to me by forensics,this is detrimental to the officer who admitted he sent,had hold of it,the only bloood sample linked to me,Against the Continuity of forensics whole Case,against me,the worst of it is 6 judges received it,CPS declared the written evidence in court,bmy defence seeen it,and did nothing about it,when I did telll them that my blood was Never found at any crime at all,all 16 witnesses for the prosecution. Did receive this evidence and desperately tried to cover this crime up,against all Laws in order to protect criminal eliments of the cleveland police,even my Own barrister keiran Rainey of fountain Solicitors was involved. VOTE FOR ME as mayor of Middlesbrough I have less on My CRB disclosure than the Mayor of Middlersbrough Convicted on blood that WAS falsified by tow detectives at cleveland police force I still have LESS convictions than Ray Mallon Mayor Of Middlesbrough and Chief Sean Price of Cleveland Police farce, The Two detectives have now implicated 16witnesses,for the prosecutions own evidence, The CPS The 5 judges used for over 15 court appearances Forensics who received the falsified blood IPCC who received up till now all the evidence of this Crime It is interference with the course of justice It is perjury Interference with witnesses In the Cleveland police efforts to Arrest me 23 times and convict me knowing of dc Crawfords admitted guilt,they salndered me publically as a delusional,paranoid,psychosis,Psychotic whistleblower,and failed in 22 of those arrests,all the arrests unconvited went on my CRB disclosures for ten years effecting directly my bus licence to drive,removed in 2008 in 2009 the burglary allegation was made against me,in 2011 the guilty verdict came from a jury,after ten minutes,they took away my bus licence until 2013,then after an altercation with DVLA Ithis Psychotic bus driver got his Bus licence back,as No evidence of being psychotic or any other words used by this corrupt authourity was found on any medical records as it shows a mass conspiracy to defruad,the justice system,using 16 witnesses,6 Top QC judges,CPS,doctors,Psychologists,and I can prove every bit of it,, Bigger than hackgate or the Leveson enquiry. https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=197588960402203&id=100004533006465&set=a.103843543110079.8511.100004533006465&refid=17&_ft_&__tn__=E. No cctv. Detective held blood. https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=197588930402206&id=100004533006465&set=a.103843543110079.8511.100004533006465&refid=52.

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