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IN THE FIRST-TIER TRIBUNAL APPEAL: EA/2017/0062

GENERAL REGULATORY CHAMBER


(INFORMATION RIGHTS)

BETWEEN:

Appellant
and

THE INFORMATION COMMISSIONER


Respondent

EXHIBIT 5
Allegations of perjury against individuals
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From: < @gmail.com>


To: <ProfessionalStandards@humberside.pnn.police.uk>; "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>;
<pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 02 December 2015 16:24
Attach: Police complaint - 8 Nov 2015.pdf
Subject: Fw: Police complaint - 8 Nov 2015

Dear Sir/Madam

I have a letter dated 1 December 2015 from DCI Scaife (ref: CO 432/15) explaining the position regarding the
complaint made about the conduct of an officer from Humberside police force.

There is no mention however, about the matter concerning the crimes I reported which were that two false
witness statements were made by members of the public.

I trust Humberside police will be investigation these allegations and would therefore appreciate the force
giving me assurance that action is being taken.

Yours sincerely

07/07/2016
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From: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>


To: < @gmail.com>
Sent: 03 December 2015 15:54
Subject: RE: Police complaint - 8 Nov 2015 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]
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Mr

With regard to your email below. Your complaint is being dealt with in accordance with the Police Reform
Act. Your complaint is being held sub judice at this time as there are outstanding criminal proceedings. The
correct forum for you to challenge the evidence given by any of the witnesses is through the court. It is not
practice to investigate an allegation such as you have made unless the magistrates or judge makes comment
about the evidence and recommends that the Force investigates the matter unless there are other
aggravating circumstances to make an investigation imperative. In this case you have not provided any
evidence, other than your opinion, which would suggest that it is necessary at this time to carry out an
investigation.

I would re-iterate that if you wish to challenge the evidence the witnesses have provided the correct forum
is the court system. It would be considered as an abuse of the complaints process to investigate the
allegation you have made under the Police complaints process as the situation stands now.

Regards

Tony Walmsley

Tony Walmsley 8637


Caseworker
Professional Standards Branch
Humberside Police HQ
Priory Road
Hull
HU5 5SF

From: < @gmail.com>


To: "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>; "Walmsley, Tony 8637"
<Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 03 December 2015 17:21
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Mr Walmsly

Humberside police is the appropriate organisation to report a crime. I have reported a crime and therefore
expect to have proof that the crime has been recorded, irrespective of the Police Reform Act. Whichever way
Humberside police are going to get out of dealing with the matter after that is another issue.

Please provide evidence that the crimes I reported regarding two false witness statements made by members
of the public have been recorded.

Your sincerely

08/07/2016
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From: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>


To: < @gmail.com>
Sent: 07 December 2015 12:19
Subject: RE: Police complaint - 8 Nov 2015 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]
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Mr

The Professional Standards Branch deal with complaints against the Police as opposed to the recording of
alleged crimes.

You consider that certain aspects of your complaint amount to a crime whereby you should receive a crime
number. I have sought advice from the staff who deal with the recording of crime who advise me that an
allegation of perjury is a state based crime and would only be given a crime report number once we were
satisfied that all the requirements to prove the alleged crime are in place. This partly relates to the giving of
evidence at court which clearly has not happened at this time. I refer to my original response in relation to
the fact that the court is the correct place for you to challenge the evidence of the witnesses.

Regards

Tony Walmsley

From: < @gmail.com>


To: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>;
<pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>; "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>;
<owen.bowcott@guardian.co.uk>
Sent: 07 December 2015 15:49
Attach: Perjury to Commit Fraud - 2 Dec 15.pdf
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Mr Walmsley

You have referred to criminal proceedings, sub judice etc. with regards an impending court case.

The circumstance surrounding the matter you're referring to are out of the ordinary because the judge dealing
with the case (District Judge Daniel Curtis) has also been reported by me to the police for perverting the
course of justice in other proceedings.

I have hard evidence that North East Lincolnshire council made a false and corrupt statement, material in the
proceedings, in order to exploit a complaint to the court for the purposes of defrauding me with an attached
claim of costs. The judge had been made aware of this and therefore complicit by granting the order knowing
that a false statement had been made.

Turning to your 3 December 2015 email in which you refer to having "not provided any evidence, other than
[my] opinion". I'm at a loss to know how I'm supposed to respond to that. Other than having a schizophrenic
condition (of which I'm unaware) or my mind was altered to such a degree by some powerful hallucinogenic
(which it was not), there is no question about it, those statements made by the two members of the public,
who I believe are Husband and Wife, contained outright lies.

If Humberside police's focus is so much concentrated on evidence, I seriously suggest that the force come up
with some evidence itself with respect to the matter of which I'm charged.

08/07/2016
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From: < @gmail.com>


To: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 05 January 2016 20:48
Subject: Re: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

Dear Mr Walmsley

Thank you for your email and attached letter dated 20 December 2015.

I have been asked to contact the Professional Standards office by phone if considering making an appeal in
relation to my case, however, this means of communication is not convenient and is why I am making contact
by email.

I have not made a decision on whether to make an appeal but exploring the possibilities of doing so.

I want to make the point clear though that if an appeal is made, successful or otherwise, my expectation is for
this matter still to be investigated.

Additional to this, I am still awaiting clarification concerning the crimes I reported regarding two false witness
statements made by members of the public.

Yours sincerely

10/07/2016
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Professional Standards Branch
Police Headquarters
PrloryRoad
Hull
HU55SF

Switchboard 101
Te' 01482516101
Fax 01482 305004

CO 461/15 13 January 2016

Dear M,

Humberside Police is committed to providing a quality of service to all members of


the public and I am grateful, therefore, that you have taken the trouble to bring this
matter to our attention. This has been passed to me to assess and respond to you.

Your allegation has been assessed to be one falling under the category of neglect or
failure in duty and has been assessed by the Professional Standards Branch as
being a complaint that can be dealt with under the Local Resolution process.

I note your response to my recent e-mail that you do not wish to engage in this
process. I am able to complete the complaint in this manner and you do have a right
of appeal as indicated below.

I have sought legal advice from our Force Solicitors in respect of the points you
make.

I understand that this matter has been heard in a court of law. The advice I have
obtained is that the issues you raise may be appeal points that could be raised at
any subsequent appeal hearings.

Humberside Police do not investigate allegations of perjury unless a request to do so


comes from the court themselves.

The judge in the case is protected in law for making decisions whilst carrying out
their duties in law courts.

Therefore the advice you were given was correct and you should return to the courts
to argue the points you raise.

I have enclosed for you information a Fact Sheet entitled "Appealing against the

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Local Resolution process." This document explains how you may appeal to the
Humberside Police Appeal Body in respect of the outcome of the Local Resolution
process.

The appropriate appeal body is the Humberside Police Appeal Body as your
complaint does not relate to the conduct of a senior officer, has not been referred to
the IPee, does not justify criminal or misconduct proceedings and does not arise
from the same incident as a complaint where the IPee would have to deal with any
appeal.

You have 29 days from the date of this letter, within which to make your appeal. You
are advised to post your appeal in good time to ensure it reaches the Humberside
Police Appeal Body before the end of the 29th day. The 29th day is 11 February
2016. Appeals received after 29 days may not be allowed unless there are
exceptional circumstances.

You might want to consider using guaranteed next-day delivery post service to
ensure that your appeal is received within time.

Your sincerely

AUanHARVEV
Inspector 5521

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To: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Cc: <pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 01 February 2016 10:36
Subject: Fw: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

Dear Mr Walmsley

Re: Matters detailed in below emails

Grimsby Magistrates Court has refused to reopen the case under section 142 of the Magistrates' court Act
1980 and I am receiving no cooperation from the court on matters relating to its decision.

I have therefore for the foreseeable future decided against appealing and would like to know at what stage the
police investigation is regarding my complaint about Police Constable Thomas Blake.

With regards the two false witness statements made by members of the public, I am still awaiting confirmation
that these crimes have been recorded.

Yours sincerely

11/07/2016
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From: < @gmail.com>


To: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Cc: <pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>; "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>;
<PSBAdmin@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 15 February 2016 16:56
Attach: Section 1 Magistrates court complaint - draft.pdf
Subject: Fw: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

Dear Mr Walmsley

Are you able to tell me whether it is your decision to ignore my correspondence or if it is out of your control?

For example, regarding communication with Humberside police, does the force have any arrangements in
place to restrict my contact.

If so, I wish to know in what/which way(s) the organisation has restricted contact. For example, this may be by
telephone, email, letter etc., or a combination of these. It may be that the force is refusing to answer emails
without telling me and would like to know if this is the case.

I look forward to your response.

Yours sincerely

From: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>


To: < @gmail.com>
Sent: 16 February 2016 09:19
Subject: RE: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

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Mr

As far as I am aware there is no such policy in place. With regard to the emails you send to me I forward
them on to Inspector Parsons who is dealing with your complaint as I have this one it is not for me to
respond to you as I do not know how his investigation is progressing. In relation to the private prosecution
you are considering taking out I have forwarded that information to our Legal Services Unit for their
information. I do not know when or if they will choose to respond.

Whilst I am well aware of the fact that these matter require resolving at the earliest opportunity please bear
in mind that Inspector Parsons is an operational Inspector and has limited opportunities to respond to your
emails and all those other emails he is in receipt of.

I am not in a position to help you any further at this time regarding these matters other than forwarding
your emails on to who I consider they are relevant to.

Regards

Tony Walmsley

Tony Walmsley 8637


Caseworker
Professional Standards Branch
Humberside Police HQ
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Neil

From: < @gmail.com>


To: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Cc: <pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>; "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>;
<PSBAdmin@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Sent: 04 March 2016 17:09
Attach: False witness statements.doc; Conspiracy to defraud.doc
Subject: Re: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

Mr Walmsley

I still don't know whether the crime regarding the Johnsons lying in their witness statements has been
recorded and have therefore formally submitted a report (29 February 2016).

I have attached the report as I consider the content to be relevant to the complaint (CO 432/15). Similarly,
another allegation which I submitted on 28 February 2016 contains relevant information and that is also
attached.

Yours sincerely

20/07/2016
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From: "SPOC Command Hub - Customer Service Desk" <SPOCCommandHub-


CustomerServiceDesk@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
To: < @gmail.com>
Sent: 11 March 2016 20:08
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Mr ,

Log 624 02/03/16 does refer to the two emails you sent on 28th and 29th February 2016.

I requested a telephone number in order to discuss your emails, however if this is not convenient for you
then I will update you by email in order that you have things in writing.

Humberside Police do not investigate allegations of perjury unless a request to do so comes from the court
themselves.
We would advise you to raise these points with the courts who can review and action accordingly.

I will also refer you to the letter sent to yourself by our Professional Standards Unit dated 13th January 2016
which also advised you of this following your previous complaint.

Our Professional Standards Branch are aware of your further emails dated 28th and 29th February 2016 and
this email thread will also be documented on log 624 02/03/16 that corresponds to your complaint.

Regards,

PS 2488 LAWSON.

From: < @gmail.com>


To: "SPOC Command Hub - Customer Service Desk" <SPOCCommandHub-
CustomerServiceDesk@humberside.pnn.police.uk>
Cc: <pcc@humberside.pnn.police.uk>; "!enquiries" <enquiries@ipcc.gsi.gov.uk>
Sent: 11 March 2016 20:51
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Mr Lawson

I suggest Humberside police contact the court. I've done that already regarding the false statement made by
North East Lincolnshire Council and in doing so completely wasted my time.

Along with other council tax payers I fund Humberside police to investigate crimes which it squanders on its
solicitor and staff to find loopholes to get out of doing.

Yours sincerely

15/07/2016
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From: "Walmsley, Tony 8637" <Tony.Walmsley@humberside.pnn.police.uk>


To: < @gmail.com>
Sent: 24 March 2016 09:41
Subject: RE: Complaint against Police - CO 432/15 [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED - NO DESCRIPTOR]

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Mr

I have forwarded your email to Inspector Parsons to address.

I can advise you though that the offence if perjury is not a victim based crime and therefore the allegations
made within your complaint against Police have not been recorded as a crime. If you believe the evidence
against you is false then the correct place to challenge it is through the appeal process at court.

Regards

Tony Walmsley

Tony Walmsley 8637


Caseworker
Professional Standards Branch
Humberside Police HQ
Priory Road
Hull
HU5 5SF

17/07/2016