County Court claims have been filed naming Julia Mulligan, the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and her Chief Constable, Dave Jones, as defendants over persistent breaches of both the Data Protection Act, 1998 and the Freedom of Information Act, 2000. The court action in both cases has been taken out by investigative journalist, Neil Wilby. Recovery ofContinue reading “Chief Constable and Police Commissioner face court action over persistent data and information breaches”
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In a sensational and very recent development it can now be proved that the central witness in North Yorkshire Police‘s High Court pursuit of two journalists over harassment claims is a liar. And not just a little white lie, either. There is at least one whopper that could land Jane Kenyon-Miller in a criminal court. DocumentsContinue reading “Key witness in police funded civil action is a proven liar”
Claudia Lawrence, a chef at York University, was 35 years old when she went missing in 2009. She was spotted on her way to a 6am shift at work but never arrived and hasn’t been seen since. Her disappearance was treated as murder, six weeks after her disappearance, and it is the view of some that NorthContinue reading “The North Yorkshire Police dilemma: Find a murderer or pursue journalists over alleged harassment.”
The decision of the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Julia Mulligan, to use a blank cheque drawn on policing funds to finance a civil harassment claim is one that has already attracted a good deal of controversy. With more certain to follow as the case unravels. Efforts at unpicking both the history and theContinue reading “‘Complete capitulation’ follows the fall of Rome”