Are North Yorks Police Dishonest?

On 30 November 2015 in reply to Disabled Harassed By North Yorkshire Police  Temporary Chief Inspector Lindsey Stamp made two false statements:

Whitby ASOP 1115-4373 (2)

False Statement 1

“Once on scene, the officer did not then check windscreens for disabled badges as this was not relevant to the call that she was responding to. The officer simply wanted to confirm or negate the fact that people were protesting.”

The true conversation:

PC Hobby Bobby: “You know you are parked in a disabled bay?

Disabled Pensioner: “Yes”

PC Hobby Bobby: Have you got a blue badge”

Disabled Pensioner: ” Yes, in the front”

At this point I arrive on the scene.

Both the disabled pensioner and a witness are willing to state the above on oath.

Whitby ASOP 1115-4374 (2)

False Statement 2

“The officer did not apologise to persons present because she did not feel that she had done anything wrong.”

I have a recording in which PC Hobby Bobby states “She would not apologise to the lady on account of my recording events.”

In addition there are numerous witnesses to the conversation.

PC Hobby Bobby

Polite Offer To Lindsey

From: ANDY

Sent: Saturday, January 2, 2016 2:24 PM

To: Stamp, Lindsey

Subject: Re: Not A Complaint [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED]

Dear Lindsey,

Could I please refer you to

To save Police resources, and to prevent further humiliation of North Yorks Police, I would like to politely suggest that PC Hobby Bobby and yourself revisit your response.

If you chose to decline my offer to deal with this informally, please forward full details of the North Yorks Complaints Procedure, this to include an email address.

Kindest Regards,

Andy Strangeway

Moving Forward

If Lindsey declines to deal with this issue via the informal process I will have no option than to make a formal complaint.

The complaint will necessitate the publishing on my conversation with PC Hobby Bobby on YouTube. This will prove beyond doubt the False Statement 2.

With regards False Statement 1 – two people are willing to make statements on oath.

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