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									                                   SUING THE POLICE QUESTIONAIRE
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developed a three (3) hour fixed fee consultation. Experience dictates that if we explain exactly what
we can and cannot do in an effort to identify and offer you a possible solution to your matter, then a
consultation in person would be advisable. Should you agree to the consultation, we will be able to
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 Part 1 - About You

 Q1. Name of person making complaint.




 Q2. Date.




 Q3. Address and postcode.




 Q4. Home telephone.




 Q5. Mobile telephone.




 Q6. Email.




 Q7. Name of person completing this questionnaire (if not person in Q1).




 Q8. Date of birth and age (of person in Q1).




 Q9. National Insurance number.




 Part 2: Your Case.

 Q10. Is your case against: (tick)
Police            CPS             IPCA

 Q11. Which category do you think your Action Against the Police falls into? (tick)
Police battery/assault
False Imprisonment
Trespass to property or goods
Breach of Human Rights
Unlawful stop and search
Death in custody
Malicious prosecution
Conversion
Judicial review
Complainants against the police
Wrongful arrest/unlawful arrest
Misfeasance in public office
Police negligence
Racial discrimination
Other



 Part 3: In order for us to determine which category your claim falls into please answer the following
 questions.

 Q12. Please give the date, time and place of the matter that may give rise to your claim.




 Q13. Which Police Force dealt with your matter?




 Q14. Were you arrested? If so, when (there is a time limit in which an action can be brought against the police,
      which depends upon the nature of the calm)?




 Q15. Name and number of Police Officer(s) involved with your matter?




 Q16. Were you detained by the police? If yes, how long was your detention?




 Q17. Were you charged with any offence(s)?




 Q18. Did your case go to trial? If so, in which court?




 Q19. Please give trial dates & case number.




 Q20. If your case went to court, what was the result?




 Q21. Did you suffer any injury during your arrest or detention?




 Q22. Did you suffer any other loss other than injuries to you?
Q23. Have you complained about the Police conduct? If so, to whom? If not, do you intend to complain?




Q24. If you did complain, what was the result of your complaint?




Q25. Did you instruct solicitors in relation to the above? If so give full contact details.




Q26. Do you have any evidence to support your claim (such as video, CCTV, photos, medical reports, witness
     statements, custody records, case reports, receipts)?




Q27. Do you have any previous convictions? If yes, please explain.




Q28. Please give a brief outline of your case.




Q29. Do you have any objections to us discussing your case with a Solicitor or Senior Barrister (Counsel) prior
     to receiving your instructions to proceed?




Q30. How did you hear about us?




Q31. Please explain why you feel we may be able to help you?




Once you have submitted this form it will be reviewed by our dedicated 'Actions Against the Police'
team. We will arrange an appointment for an initial consultation with a senior solicitor specialising in
this field. There is a fixed fee of £300 + VAT for this consultation.

  Please note that if we do not hear back from you once we have given you a telephone interview your file will be destroyed
                                                       after 28 days.

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              Date received 1 contact:              Date received completed questionnaire:
 Solicitor referred:                   Barrister referred:                    Queens Counsel Referred:
                     File No:                                      Agent dealing with:
Declined [ ] To Proceed [ ] Brief [ ] Directions Required [ ] Solicitor [ ] Counsel [ ] Queens Counsel [ ]

								
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