Complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi

Family Y made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Gwent Police Authority

This request has been closed to new correspondence from the public body. Contact us if you think it ought be re-opened.

Yn disgwyl am adolygiad mewnol gan Gwent Police Authority o'u triniaeth o'r cais hwn.

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

I am making a request for all the information to which I am
entitled under the Freedom Of Information Act, concerning:-

1. How many complaints have been recorded by the Gwent Police Authority against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi?

2. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi, have been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission?

3. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi,have been recorded by the Gwent Police Authority, yet the Gwent Police Authority have applied to the Independent Police Complaints Commission for dispensation?

4. Supply the manner of the complaints made against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi.

5. Supply the dates the complaints against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi were recorded and as applicable the dates the complaints were dispensed.

6. On what grounds were the recorded complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi dispensed upon?

7 What complaints made against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi were referred to the Board members of the Gwent Police Authority?

I understand that under the FOI Act, I should be entitled to a response within 20 working days. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Please note that your full reply to the above questions should be sent by e-mail to the return address shown in the heading to this message. This is because both the request and its response are published for public scrutiny on the web site through which this request has been made.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Thank you for your e-mail. Please could you provide your name in order for us to proceed with your request.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

I am making a request for all the information to which I am
entitled under the Freedom Of Information Act, concerning:-

1. How many complaints have been recorded by the Gwent Police
Authority against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi?

2. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi, have
been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission?

3. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi,have
been recorded by the Gwent Police Authority, yet the Gwent Police
Authority have applied to the Independent Police Complaints
Commission for dispensation?

4. Supply the manner of the complaints made against the Chief
Constable M. Giannasi.

5. Supply the dates the complaints against the Chief Constable M.
Giannasi were recorded and as applicable the dates the complaints
were dispensed.

6. On what grounds were the recorded complaints against Chief
Constable M. Giannasi dispensed upon?

7 What complaints made against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi were
referred to the Board members of the Gwent Police Authority?

I understand that under the FOI Act, I should be entitled to a
response within 20 working days. I look forward to hearing from you
in the near future.

Please note that your full reply to the above questions should be
sent by e-mail to the return address shown in the heading to this
message. This is because both the request and its response are
published for public scrutiny on the web site through which this
request has been made.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

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Dear Gwent Police Authority,

Family Y

Public Services Ombudsman for Wales Public Report - Case 200501251

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

The case papers you refer to in your e-mail are relating to Torfaen Couty Borough Council information and we do not have access to this. Please could you provide your name in order to proceed.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

Family Y

Public Services Ombudsman for Wales Public Report - Case 200501251

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

The request is being made under the name of Williams.

Yours sincerely,

Williams

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Please find answers to your questions below in bold type.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

I am making a request for all the information to which I am
entitled under the Freedom Of Information Act, concerning:-

1. How many complaints have been recorded by the Gwent Police
Authority against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi?

One

2. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi, have
been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission?

One

3. How many complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi,have
been recorded by the Gwent Police Authority, yet the Gwent Police
Authority have applied to the Independent Police Complaints
Commission for dispensation?

One

4. Supply the manner of the complaints made against the Chief
Constable M. Giannasi.

Misconduct - perverting the course of justice

5. Supply the dates the complaints against the Chief Constable M.
Giannasi were recorded and as applicable the dates the complaints
were dispensed.

27.07.09 and 06.10.09

6. On what grounds were the recorded complaints against Chief
Constable M. Giannasi dispensed upon?

Repetitious complaint

7 What complaints made against the Chief Constable M. Giannasi were referred to the Board members of the Gwent Police Authority?

None, there was consultation with the Chair of the Police Authority.

I understand that under the FOI Act, I should be entitled to a
response within 20 working days. I look forward to hearing from you
in the near future.

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sent by e-mail to the return address shown in the heading to this
message. This is because both the request and its response are
published for public scrutiny on the web site through which this
request has been made.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Gwent Police Authority's handling of my FOI request 'Complaints against Chief Constable M. Giannasi', due to the INACCURATE data supplied by the Gwent Police Authority.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/co...

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

Please could you explain the grounds under which you believe that this data is inaccurate.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Sir or Madam,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of
Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Gwent Police
Authority's handling of my FOI request 'Complaints against Chief
Constable M. Giannasi', due to the INACCURATE data supplied by the
Gwent Police Authority.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is
available on the Internet at this address:
http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/co...

Yours faithfully,

Family Y



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Dear Police Authority,

The data supplied by the Gwent Police Authority, is inaccurate, such as dates, quantity of complaints etc

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

We have now reviewed the complaints register and can confirm that the date that the complaint was recorded should read 28th July 2009 not 27th July 2009.

The other data supplied is accurate.

Apologies for any confusion caused.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

The data supplied by the Gwent Police Authority, is inaccurate,
such as dates, quantity of complaints etc

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

This information supplied is STILL inaccurate.

This proves that the Gwent Police Authority record are inaccurate and the Gwent Police Authority are committing maladministration.

A further review into the Gwent Police Authority's records is required.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

You the Gwent Police Authority have yet to acknowledge receipt of the email dated 12 December 2009 and confirm that the Gwent Police Authority will be re-examining the official Police Authority records, thus supplying the correct information that was requested.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

We have re-examined the data that is enshrined in documentation regarding complaints recorded against Chief Constable Giannasi and can confirm that the information provided is accurate.

If you are not satisfied with this response, you can appeal to the Information Commissioner. Contact details are: Information Commissioner's Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire. SK9 5AF. Telephone 01625 545700. Alternatively go to www.ico.gov.org <http://www.ico.gov.org/>

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

You the Gwent Police Authority have yet to acknowledge receipt of
the email dated 12 December 2009 and confirm that the Gwent Police
Authority will be re-examining the official Police Authority
records, thus supplying the correct information that was requested.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y



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Dear Police Authority,

Follow the response dated 21 December 2009, your enshrined information is incorrect.

Family Y can prove with documentation supplied by the Gwent Police Authority, Ms. S. A. Bosson (Chief Executive of GPA), that information supplied to this site (WhatDoTey Know) for public scrutiny is incorrect.

Family Y has obtained documentation from the Independent Police Complaints Commission that proves that the information supplied by you, the Gwent Police Authority to this site is incorrect and a further review must carried out.

This must be addressed with urgency, due to the inaccuracies that keep reoccurring regarding the Gwent Police Authority's inaccurate record keeping.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

As we have already reviewed the documentation and found the most recent information provided to be accurate. We would appreciate if you could identify any information which would indicate that the information held is incorrect.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

Follow the response dated 21 December 2009, your enshrined
information is incorrect.

Family Y can prove with documentation supplied by the Gwent Police
Authority, Ms. S. A. Bosson (Chief Executive of GPA), that
information supplied to this site (WhatDoTey Know) for public
scrutiny is incorrect.

Family Y has obtained documentation from the Independent Police
Complaints Commission that proves that the information supplied by
you, the Gwent Police Authority to this site is incorrect and a
further review must carried out.

This must be addressed with urgency, due to the inaccuracies that
keep reoccurring regarding the Gwent Police Authority's inaccurate
record keeping.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

The Y Family are fully aware of two complaints recorded by the Gwent Police Authority regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi.

Neither of these complaints relate to the dates supplied by you Sian Curley Business and Member Services Manager Gwent Police Authority.

Are you, Sian Curley, Gwent Police Authority stating for public records that there are no records of any other complaints relating to the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M Giannasi other than the ONE complaint being recorded on the 28 July 2009 by the Gwent Police Authority.

A full response is required.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

In answer to your questions relating to complaints recorded, as previously stated, the information provided is correct.

There are certain circumstances when a complaint may not be recorded. If a complaint is not recorded and the complainant disagrees with the explanation for this decision, there is a right of appeal to the IPCC.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

The Y Family are fully aware of two complaints recorded by the
Gwent Police Authority regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent
Police M. Giannasi.

Neither of these complaints relate to the dates supplied by you
Sian Curley Business and Member Services Manager Gwent Police
Authority.

Are you, Sian Curley, Gwent Police Authority stating for public
records that there are no records of any other complaints relating
to the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M Giannasi other than the
ONE complaint being recorded on the 28 July 2009 by the Gwent
Police Authority.

A full response is required.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

In response to your communication dated 15 January 2010 and your insistence that there has been only one complaint recorded against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi dated 28 July 2009 and only one application for dispensation in relationship to the complaint recorded against Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi dated 6 October 2009.

There is written evidence from the Independent Police Complaints Commission that a complaint was recorded on 17 August 2009 by the Gwent Police Authority. The documentation supplied by the Independent Police Complaints Commission relates to the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi.

Why does this official documentation not appear in the Gwent Police Authority records?

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

We have sought clarification from the IPCC and they have confirmed that the date that they gave you of 17th August referred to the same complaint that we recorded on the 28th July 2009.

The IPCC used the date of the letter (17th August 2009) where we informed them of the recorded complaint rather than the date we actually recorded the complaint.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

In response to your communication dated 15 January 2010 and your
insistence that there has been only one complaint recorded against
the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi dated 28 July 2009
and only one application for dispensation in relationship to the
complaint recorded against Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M.
Giannasi dated 6 October 2009.

There is written evidence from the Independent Police Complaints
Commission that a complaint was recorded on 17 August 2009 by the
Gwent Police Authority. The documentation supplied by the
Independent Police Complaints Commission relates to the Chief
Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi.

Why does this official documentation not appear in the Gwent Police
Authority records?

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

In response to the email sent dated 20 January 2010.

The actual letter dated 6 October 2009 from the Independent Police Complaints Commission states:-

"I am writing about the application made by Gwent Police Authority to dispense with the complaint they recorded on 17 August 2009."

This contradicts the records you have been supplying to the public.

You are continually changing the alleged enshrined recorded information.

We are requesting a further internal review and investigation into the inaccurate records held by the Gwent Police Authority.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

As previously stated the IPCC have confirmed to us that they quoted the date that we sent the letter to them not the date that the complaint was recorded. The information that we have provided to you remains unchanged.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

In response to the email sent dated 20 January 2010.

The actual letter dated 6 October 2009 from the Independent Police
Complaints Commission states:-

"I am writing about the application made by Gwent Police Authority
to dispense with the complaint they recorded on 17 August 2009."

This contradicts the records you have been supplying to the public.

You are continually changing the alleged enshrined recorded
information.

We are requesting a further internal review and investigation into
the inaccurate records held by the Gwent Police Authority.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

In response to the email sent dated 21 January 2010, we still state that the IPCC (caseworker Ian Drew, complaint reference 2009/014954) wrote to the complainants, clearly emphasising that, “Gwent Police Authority to dispense with the complaint they recorded on 17 August 2009”.

Are you the Gwent Police Authority stating, an Independent body are supplying inaccurate information to the public?

This follows you, Sian Curley clearly admitting that the Gwent Police Authority have already supplied inaccurate data, in connection with this freedom of information request.
Following is the quote on this site, from the Gwent Police Authority email dated 11 December 2009:-

“We have now reviewed the complaints register and can confirm that the date that the complaint was recorded should read 28th July 2009 not 27th July 2009.”

To assist with the accuracy of this freedom of information request, following are copies of the letters sent to Harry Andrews MBE JP (Gwent Police Authority Board Member) and the IPCC.

*****************************************************
Copy of letter addressed to Gwent Police Authority Board Member H. Andrews
24 July 2009

FAO: Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP
14 Victoria Place
Gilfach
Bargoed
CF81 8JB

Dear Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP

Further to your letter dated 27 November 2008 in connection with the Williams Family letter dated 22 November 2008.

Firstly, you Mr. Andrews intended to refer the Williams Family letter to the Chairman of the Standards Committee. To the date to this letter, dated 24 July 2009, no response has been received from the Standards Committee.

Secondly, further corruption has occurred (this includes a targeted burglary relating to this case of ongoing corruption). Find enclosed copy of letter dated 12 March 2009 from the IPCC, where the IPCC upheld an appeal relating to a serious complaint involving the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, Mr. Mike Giannasi.

Extract taken from letter dated 29 March 2009 to Rt. Hon Gordon Brown PM

Friday Night/Saturday Morning 13/14 March 2009 the Williams Family privately owned garage was subjected to a targeted burglary. Out of a block of twenty-four garages, it was the only garage that was broken into. To do this the culprits had to smash off two substantial padlocks, which were attached to the garage frame. The other garages that have more, similar or are less secure were not touched. Neighbouring garages are publicly known as storage premises for businesses, containing a variety of valuable goods, these weren’t touched.

Reluctantly, Gwent Police were called, an officer attended, took no formal statement, the officer was informed of the ongoing police corruption and harassment towards the Williams Family and of the upheld complaint against Chief Constable Mike Giannasi. The police investigation was abruptly closed days later.

The Williams Family perceived this targeted burglary as a warning/threat, as a letter dated 12 March 2009 from the IPCC upheld a complaint involving the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, Mike Giannasi. End of extract

25 March 2009. At 15.45 a police officer called at the Williams Family Home. The Williams Family invited the officer into the family home, for privacy reasons. Once the officer knew he was to be videoed whilst inside the Williams Family Home, the officer refused to explain why he was at the house and stated his inspector had instructed him to leave if he was to be videoed. Mr. Williams requested the name of the police inspector, the officer replied an inspector in Cwmbran Station. Mr. Williams asked again the name of the inspector, the officer would not answer. The police officer was then asked his name, the officer simply walked away from the home.
A. Why was this officer afraid to be videoed?
B. Why wouldn't this officer give his name and the inspector’s name?
C. Did this officer visit the Williams Family Home off the record, as PS Payne did on Boxing Day?
D. What will happen next? Will the Williams Family simply become a statistic of another mysterious crime, like the crime that occurred on 13/14 March 2009?
Police have the right to wear Helmet Cams, so why is it different for the general public to protect their rights?

Since the abrupt closure of the non- existent investigation by Gwent Police of the targeted burglary upon the Williams Family property, communication has been made with the Chair of the Gwent Police Authority, Ms. Davies (these items of correspondence should obviously be found within GPA records). This has resulted in Gwent Police being able to dismiss the targeted burglary investigation and force the attention to a police complaint. This will ultimately allow the clerk of the GPA, Ms. Bosson to concentrate the complaint on the Chief Constable (An ongoing procedure of Ms. Bosson, clerk GPA). The Chief Constable ultimately becomes responsible for perverting the course of justice and misconduct within a public office in relationship to the corruption committed by Gwent Police Officers involved within the Williams Family case. These accusations made against the Chief Constable can then be simple dispensed of, allowing the corruption to continue.

The Williams Family are once again approaching you, Mr. Andrews for your assistance, as Gwent Police Authority pledge, the authority:-

Consults widely with local people about the policing of their area
Monitors everything the police do and how well they perform against the targets set by the authority
Makes sure local people get best value from their local police
Oversees complaints against the police and disciplines senior officers

Please acknowledge receipt of this letter by 3 August 2009 and ultimately you Mr. Andrews address the GPA Board and initiate an investigation into the corruption involving certain police officers and certain members of the Gwent Police Authority. Please notify the Williams Family of your intentions by 15 August 2009.

Yours sincerely

*******************************************************

Copy of letter to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (concerning the fabrication by the Gwent Police Authority of the complaint against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi):-

13 October 2009
Your ref: 2009/014954

FAO: Mr. I. Drew
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Eastern Business Park
Wern Fawr Lane
St Mellons
Cardiff
CF3 5EA

Dear Ian Drew

Further to your, Ian Drew’s letter dated 6 October 2009, it appears Ms. S. A. Bosson of the Gwent Police Authority has intentionally misled the Independent Police Complaints Commission and the Williams Family in regards to a letter that was issues to members of the Board of the GPA, addressed to Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP & Mr. Ledbetter OBE DL, letters dated 24 July 2009.

As you, the IPCC can clearly see from the enclosed copy of the letter addressed to Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP (highlighted for ease of reference), the last paragraph, a request is made to the Board of the GPA to investigate into the corruption involving certain officers and certain members of the Gwent Police Authority. Please note that NO request was made regarding a complaint against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police.

A response was then received by the Williams Family from Councillor H Andrews, on Chief Executive Shelley A. Bosson’s letter headed paper. (Previous correspondence received from Councillor H. Andrews was upon his own letter headed paper.) This item of correspondence was confidently redirected to Mrs. Shelley Bosson, who forms part of the corruption detailed within the Williams Family letter dated 24 July 2009.

The Williams Family did not submit a complaint regarding the Chief Constable, M. Giannasi to Harry A Andrews MBE JP & Mr. Ledbetter OBE DL, letters dated 24 July 2009. The family were simply explaining the extremes that officer working under the control of the Chief Constable M. Giannasi and Ms. S. A. Bosson had pursued in the attempt to cover up the corruption and prevent the Williams Family obtaining justice in regards to the shocking case of corruption.

Within the letter dated 24 July 2009, addressed to Harry Andrews MBE JP & Mr. Ledbetter OBE DL, the Williams Family predicted Ms. S. A. Bosson’s course of actions. (Highlighted for ease of IPCC reference.)
Ms. S. A. Bosson’s letter dated 17 August 2009 (no reference number appears on Ms. Bosson letter), clearly states the GPA is recording a complaint against the Chief Constable. This follows the Williams Family prediction (24 July 2009 which is highlighted). This is a convenient method of Ms. Bosson to ultimately form a foundation to have the investigation into the targeted burglary involving the Williams Family property to be dispensed of by the IPCC, on a fictitious application.

IT MUST BE STATED ON 3 September 2009, that D.I. ROBERTS (Gwent Police Standards Department) emphasised (on Gwent Police’s audios tape & THE Williams Family video tape) that the Standards Dept. had made contact with the IPCC and to the date of the meeting (3 September 2009) there were no outstanding complaints with the IPCC in connection with the Williams Family.

Please explain:-

1. When and where did Ms. Bosson apply for dispensation in regards a complaint against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, fabricated by Ms. Bosson? This is stated, as within the letter dated 17 August form Ms. Bosson there is no mention of an application for dispensation regarding the complaint against the Chief Constable.
2. How has the complaint, in connection with the targeted burglary, suddenly appeared dated 17 August 2009, as there was no record with the IPCC of this complaint, on the 3 September 2009, as confirmed by D. I. Roberts on video tape?

To reiterate, the complaint issued to the GPA Board members was NOT in connection with the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, as Ms. Bosson claims and in fact Ms Bosson should not have been in contact with the IPCC regarding this complaint made against Ms Bosson and the GPA ongoing corruption, unless the IPCC rules and regulations have altered. If this is in fact true, please inform the Williams Family of the procedures of how to submit a complaint regarding Police Authorities/members to the IPCC.

The Williams Family are offering you, the IPCC the opportunity to listen/view the video of meeting that took place on the 3 September 2009 at the Williams Family Home. It was clearly stated by D. I. Roberts that there was no outstanding complaints at the IPCC at the time of the meeting (3 September 2009).

The Williams Family requires the IPCC to officially remove the complaint that was fabricated by Ms. S.A. Bosson against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police and actions taken against Ms. Bosson for the abuse of the Police and IPCC complaints procedures in regards to the Williams Family case.

A response is required by you, the IPCC by 19 October 2009.

Sincerely

Cc

******************************************************

Ultimately,

1. On 3 September 2009, the IPCC informed Detective Inspector Judith Robert that there were NO outstanding complaints with the IPCC in regards to the Williams Family. D I Roberts emphasised on Video and police audio tape this information.

2. The Gwent Police Authority stated with the email dated 23 November 2009, there has been only ONE complaint recorded and dispensed of regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M Giannasi.

Explain why the Gwent Police Authority did NOT record the complaint regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi submitted to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (12 March 2009):-

Complaint forwarded from:-

Lord Dholakia of Waltham Brooks OBE DL to Nick Hardwick (Chair IPCC)

Nick Hardwick (Chair IPCC) to IPCC Sian Myring (Caseworker CARDIFF)

IPCC Sian Myring (Caseworker) upheld appeal, letter dated 12 March 2009, stating "the IPCC is of the opinion that this complaint should be recorded as a complaint and dealt with accordingly." This statement of finding was sent to the Gwent Police Authority, the authority named in the DETAILS OF THE APPEAL.

WHY DOES THIS UPHELD COMPLAINT, MADE AGAINST THE CHIEF CONSTABLE OF GWENT POLICE M.GIANNASI, NOT APPEAR IN OFFICIAL GWENT POLICE AUTHORITY RECORDS?

Why are the official records, held by the Gwent Police Authority, regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi continually altering and why aren't these official records correct?

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

In relation to the complaint forwarded by Lord Dholakia of Waltham
Brooks OBE DL to Nick Hardwick (Chair IPCC). This was recorded by the
Professional Standards Department at Gwent Police not Gwent Police
Authority (reference 57/09).

Correspondence was sent to the complainant providing this information.

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

pm >>>
Dear Police Authority,

In response to the email sent dated 21 January 2010, we still
state
that the IPCC (caseworker Ian Drew, complaint reference
2009/014954) wrote to the complainants, clearly emphasising that,
“Gwent Police Authority to dispense with the complaint they
recorded on 17 August 2009”.

Are you the Gwent Police Authority stating, an Independent body
are
supplying inaccurate information to the public?

This follows you, Sian Curley clearly admitting that the Gwent
Police Authority have already supplied inaccurate data, in
connection with this freedom of information request.
Following is the quote on this site, from the Gwent Police
Authority email dated 11 December 2009:-

“We have now reviewed the complaints register and can confirm
that
the date that the complaint was recorded should read 28th July
2009
not 27th July 2009.”

To assist with the accuracy of this freedom of information
request,
following are copies of the letters sent to Harry Andrews MBE JP
(Gwent Police Authority Board Member) and the IPCC.

*****************************************************
Copy of letter addressed to Gwent Police Authority Board Member
H.
Andrews
24 July 2009

FAO: Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP
14 Victoria Place
Gilfach
Bargoed
CF81 8JB

Dear Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP

Further to your letter dated 27 November 2008 in connection with
the Williams Family letter dated 22 November 2008.

Firstly, you Mr. Andrews intended to refer the Williams Family
letter to the Chairman of the Standards Committee. To the date to
this letter, dated 24 July 2009, no response has been received
from
the Standards Committee.

Secondly, further corruption has occurred (this includes a
targeted
burglary relating to this case of ongoing corruption). Find
enclosed copy of letter dated 12 March 2009 from the IPCC, where
the IPCC upheld an appeal relating to a serious complaint
involving
the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, Mr. Mike Giannasi.

Extract taken from letter dated 29 March 2009 to Rt. Hon Gordon
Brown PM

Friday Night/Saturday Morning 13/14 March 2009 the Williams
Family
privately owned garage was subjected to a targeted burglary. Out
of
a block of twenty-four garages, it was the only garage that was
broken into. To do this the culprits had to smash off two
substantial padlocks, which were attached to the garage frame.
The
other garages that have more, similar or are less secure were not
touched. Neighbouring garages are publicly known as storage
premises for businesses, containing a variety of valuable goods,
these weren’t touched.

Reluctantly, Gwent Police were called, an officer attended, took
no
formal statement, the officer was informed of the ongoing police
corruption and harassment towards the Williams Family and of the
upheld complaint against Chief Constable Mike Giannasi. The
police
investigation was abruptly closed days later.

The Williams Family perceived this targeted burglary as a
warning/threat, as a letter dated 12 March 2009 from the IPCC
upheld a complaint involving the Chief Constable of Gwent Police,
Mike Giannasi. End of extract

25 March 2009. At 15.45 a police officer called at the Williams
Family Home. The Williams Family invited the officer into the
family home, for privacy reasons. Once the officer knew he was to
be videoed whilst inside the Williams Family Home, the officer
refused to explain why he was at the house and stated his
inspector
had instructed him to leave if he was to be videoed. Mr. Williams
requested the name of the police inspector, the officer replied
an
inspector in Cwmbran Station. Mr. Williams asked again the name
of
the inspector, the officer would not answer. The police officer
was
then asked his name, the officer simply walked away from the
home.
A. Why was this officer afraid to be videoed?
B. Why wouldn't this officer give his name and the inspector’s
name?
C. Did this officer visit the Williams Family Home off the
record,
as PS Payne did on Boxing Day?
D. What will happen next? Will the Williams Family simply become
a
statistic of another mysterious crime, like the crime that
occurred
on 13/14 March 2009?
Police have the right to wear Helmet Cams, so why is it different
for the general public to protect their rights?

Since the abrupt closure of the non- existent investigation by
Gwent Police of the targeted burglary upon the Williams Family
property, communication has been made with the Chair of the Gwent
Police Authority, Ms. Davies (these items of correspondence
should
obviously be found within GPA records). This has resulted in
Gwent
Police being able to dismiss the targeted burglary investigation
and force the attention to a police complaint. This will
ultimately
allow the clerk of the GPA, Ms. Bosson to concentrate the
complaint
on the Chief Constable (An ongoing procedure of Ms. Bosson, clerk
GPA). The Chief Constable ultimately becomes responsible for
perverting the course of justice and misconduct within a public
office in relationship to the corruption committed by Gwent
Police
Officers involved within the Williams Family case. These
accusations made against the Chief Constable can then be simple
dispensed of, allowing the corruption to continue.

The Williams Family are once again approaching you, Mr. Andrews
for
your assistance, as Gwent Police Authority pledge, the
authority:-

Consults widely with local people about the policing of their
area
Monitors everything the police do and how well they perform
against
the targets set by the authority
Makes sure local people get best value from their local police
Oversees complaints against the police and disciplines senior
officers

Please acknowledge receipt of this letter by 3 August 2009 and
ultimately you Mr. Andrews address the GPA Board and initiate an
investigation into the corruption involving certain police
officers
and certain members of the Gwent Police Authority. Please notify
the Williams Family of your intentions by 15 August 2009.

Yours sincerely

*******************************************************

Copy of letter to the Independent Police Complaints Commission
(concerning the fabrication by the Gwent Police Authority of the
complaint against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M.
Giannasi):-

13 October 2009
Your ref: 2009/014954

FAO: Mr. I. Drew
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Eastern Business Park
Wern Fawr Lane
St Mellons
Cardiff
CF3 5EA

Dear Ian Drew

Further to your, Ian Drew’s letter dated 6 October 2009, it
appears
Ms. S. A. Bosson of the Gwent Police Authority has intentionally
misled the Independent Police Complaints Commission and the
Williams Family in regards to a letter that was issues to members
of the Board of the GPA, addressed to Councillor Harry Andrews
MBE
JP & Mr. Ledbetter OBE DL, letters dated 24 July 2009.

As you, the IPCC can clearly see from the enclosed copy of the
letter addressed to Councillor Harry Andrews MBE JP (highlighted
for ease of reference), the last paragraph, a request is made to
the Board of the GPA to investigate into the corruption involving
certain officers and certain members of the Gwent Police
Authority.
Please note that NO request was made regarding a complaint
against
the Chief Constable of Gwent Police.

A response was then received by the Williams Family from
Councillor
H Andrews, on Chief Executive Shelley A. Bosson’s letter headed
paper. (Previous correspondence received from Councillor H.
Andrews
was upon his own letter headed paper.) This item of
correspondence
was confidently redirected to Mrs. Shelley Bosson, who forms part
of the corruption detailed within the Williams Family letter
dated
24 July 2009.

The Williams Family did not submit a complaint regarding the
Chief
Constable, M. Giannasi to Harry A Andrews MBE JP & Mr. Ledbetter
OBE DL, letters dated 24 July 2009. The family were simply
explaining the extremes that officer working under the control of
the Chief Constable M. Giannasi and Ms. S. A. Bosson had pursued
in
the attempt to cover up the corruption and prevent the Williams
Family obtaining justice in regards to the shocking case of
corruption.

Within the letter dated 24 July 2009, addressed to Harry Andrews
MBE JP & Mr. Ledbetter OBE DL, the Williams Family predicted Ms.
S.
A. Bosson’s course of actions. (Highlighted for ease of IPCC
reference.)
Ms. S. A. Bosson’s letter dated 17 August 2009 (no reference
number
appears on Ms. Bosson letter), clearly states the GPA is
recording
a complaint against the Chief Constable. This follows the
Williams
Family prediction (24 July 2009 which is highlighted). This is a
convenient method of Ms. Bosson to ultimately form a foundation
to
have the investigation into the targeted burglary involving the
Williams Family property to be dispensed of by the IPCC, on a
fictitious application.

IT MUST BE STATED ON 3 September 2009, that D.I. ROBERTS (Gwent
Police Standards Department) emphasised (on Gwent Police’s
audios
tape & THE Williams Family video tape) that the Standards Dept.
had
made contact with the IPCC and to the date of the meeting (3
September 2009) there were no outstanding complaints with the
IPCC
in connection with the Williams Family.

Please explain:-

1. When and where did Ms. Bosson apply for dispensation in
regards
a complaint against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police,
fabricated
by Ms. Bosson? This is stated, as within the letter dated 17
August
form Ms. Bosson there is no mention of an application for
dispensation regarding the complaint against the Chief Constable.
2. How has the complaint, in connection with the targeted
burglary,
suddenly appeared dated 17 August 2009, as there was no record
with
the IPCC of this complaint, on the 3 September 2009, as confirmed
by D. I. Roberts on video tape?

To reiterate, the complaint issued to the GPA Board members was
NOT
in connection with the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, as Ms.
Bosson claims and in fact Ms Bosson should not have been in
contact
with the IPCC regarding this complaint made against Ms Bosson and
the GPA ongoing corruption, unless the IPCC rules and regulations
have altered. If this is in fact true, please inform the Williams
Family of the procedures of how to submit a complaint regarding
Police Authorities/members to the IPCC.

The Williams Family are offering you, the IPCC the opportunity to
listen/view the video of meeting that took place on the 3
September
2009 at the Williams Family Home. It was clearly stated by D. I.
Roberts that there was no outstanding complaints at the IPCC at
the
time of the meeting (3 September 2009).

The Williams Family requires the IPCC to officially remove the
complaint that was fabricated by Ms. S.A. Bosson against the
Chief
Constable of Gwent Police and actions taken against Ms. Bosson
for
the abuse of the Police and IPCC complaints procedures in regards
to the Williams Family case.

A response is required by you, the IPCC by 19 October 2009.

Sincerely

Cc

******************************************************

Ultimately,

1. On 3 September 2009, the IPCC informed Detective Inspector
Judith Robert that there were NO outstanding complaints with the
IPCC in regards to the Williams Family. D I Roberts emphasised on
Video and police audio tape this information.

2. The Gwent Police Authority stated with the email dated 23
November 2009, there has been only ONE complaint recorded and
dispensed of regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M
Giannasi.

Explain why the Gwent Police Authority did NOT record the
complaint
regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi
submitted
to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (12 March 2009):-

Complaint forwarded from:-

Lord Dholakia of Waltham Brooks OBE DL to Nick Hardwick (Chair
IPCC)

Nick Hardwick (Chair IPCC) to IPCC Sian Myring (Caseworker
CARDIFF)

IPCC Sian Myring (Caseworker) upheld appeal, letter dated 12
March
2009, stating "the IPCC is of the opinion that this complaint
should be recorded as a complaint and dealt with accordingly."
This
statement of finding was sent to the Gwent Police Authority, the
authority named in the DETAILS OF THE APPEAL.

WHY DOES THIS UPHELD COMPLAINT, MADE AGAINST THE CHIEF CONSTABLE
OF
GWENT POLICE M.GIANNASI, NOT APPEAR IN OFFICIAL GWENT POLICE
AUTHORITY RECORDS?

Why are the official records, held by the Gwent Police Authority,
regarding the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi
continually altering and why aren't these official records
correct?

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear Police Authority,

Following the Gwent Police Authority's response dated 1 February 2010.

Why hasn't the Gwent Police Authority recorded the complaint made in connection with the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi, upheld by the IPCC letter dated 12 March 2009 and forwarded to the Gwent Police Authority to be recorded.

The following is from an item of correspondence (12 March 2009) from Independent Police Complaints Commission, Sian Myring:-

______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
APPEAL AGAINST FAILURE TO NOTIFY OR RECORD A COMPLAINT

Statement of findings

Details of Appeal

Name of force: Gwent Police Authority

Casework Manager Sian Myring

BACKGROUND TO THE APPEAL

1. The complaint:

The Williams Family wrote to the Chief Constable Giannasi on 22 November 2008. The complaints raised in that letter are as follows:

- A missing CPS report - two differing reports, one to Mr. Williams and the other to the IPCC
- PC Prosser could not continue with the offer of resolution due to 'double jeopardy'
- Numerous visits from Gwent Officers (considered harassment)
- Numerous items of documentation supplied by Gwent Police that appear not to be official documentation

The Williams Family approached Chief Constable Giannasi for his intervention regarding the ongoing corruption case involving officers under his jurisdiction, including senior ranking officers.

2. The appeal (grounds given etc):

The appeal letter dated 12 January 2009 states that 'Chief Constable Giannasi and the Standards Department have now had the opportunity to investigate the outstanding complaints, i.e. the falsification of records regarding the CPS and are refusing to investigate the fabricated CPS records. As Mr Petch's letter dated 3 March 2008 stated "If they decided not to record this you would have the right of appeal to the IPCC against that decision". Following the Chief Constable Giannasi response to this complaint, an appeal is now being made to you regarding this decision.'

APPEAL FINDINGS

1. Did the authority fail to make a decision?

No

2. Did the authority fail to notify the appropriate authority?

No, The Police Authority acknowledged the complaint

3. I am satisfied that the complaints made are recordable complaints as they do not fit into any of the exemptions

4. Are there any points raised by the complainants outside what the IPCC can consider?

No, there are no further points that cannot be considered.

ON THE BASIS OF THESE FINDINGS, THE APPEAL IS UPHELD

ACTIONS REQUIRED OF THE AUTHORITY

The IPCC is of the opinion that this complaint should be recorded as a complaint

STATEMENT OF IPCC FINDINGS END
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________

With the above evidence supplied by the IPCC, you the Gwent Police Authority are stating that your records show that the Gwent Police Authority has failed to record a complaint made against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi, as directed by the IPCC on 12 March 2009.

Furthermore, you the Gwent Police Authority have failed to comment on IPCC Case reference 2009/014954. (referred to in email dated 23 January 2010 to the Police Authority) Where the Gwent Police Authority are holding inaccurate data, regarding the fabrication of a complaint allegedly made against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi etc recorded on 17 August 2009 by the Gwent Police Authority. Stated by the IPCC, letter dated 6 October 2009.

A FULL explanation and an internal review is required.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

You, the Gwent Police Authority have deliberately refrained from addressing certain points raised within the email dated 23 January 2010. These points were re-submitted within the email dated 10 February 2010.

Furthermore, you the Gwent Police Authority have neglected to respond to the email dated 10 February 2010, which still pertains to the Freedom of Information request made dated 3 November 2009.

A FULL response is long over due and must be addressed immediately.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

Gwent Police Authority wrote to the Williams family on 18th March 2009
stating that the complaint had been upheld by the IPCC and was being
forwarded to the Professional Standards Department in order for them to
revord the complaint. The Police Authority was advised by the IPCC on
16th March 2009 that the matter was for the Professional Standards
Department to record of Gwent Police rather than the Police Authority.

As I informed you in my e-mails of 20th and 21st January 2010 the IPCC
used the date of our letter to them (17th August 2009) when stating that
the complaint had been recorded whereas we actually recorded the
complaint on 28th July 2009. We have discussed this with the IPCC and
reviewed our practice in order to ensure that the date provided to
complainants is the date of the actual recording (28th July 2009 in this
case).

All other questions raised in your original FOI request have been
addressed.

If you are not satisfied with this response please contact the
Information Commissioner's Office:
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF
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Tel: 0303 123 1113
Fax: 01625 524510

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

pm >>>
Dear Police Authority,

Following the Gwent Police Authority's response dated 1 February
2010.

Why hasn't the Gwent Police Authority recorded the complaint made
in connection with the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M.
Giannasi,
upheld by the IPCC letter dated 12 March 2009 and forwarded to
the
Gwent Police Authority to be recorded.

The following is from an item of correspondence (12 March 2009)
from Independent Police Complaints Commission, Sian Myring:-

______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
APPEAL AGAINST FAILURE TO NOTIFY OR RECORD A COMPLAINT

Statement of findings

Details of Appeal

Name of force: Gwent Police Authority

Casework Manager Sian Myring

BACKGROUND TO THE APPEAL

1. The complaint:

The Williams Family wrote to the Chief Constable Giannasi on 22
November 2008. The complaints raised in that letter are as
follows:

- A missing CPS report - two differing reports, one to Mr.
Williams
and the other to the IPCC
- PC Prosser could not continue with the offer of resolution due
to 'double jeopardy'
- Numerous visits from Gwent Officers (considered harassment)
- Numerous items of documentation supplied by Gwent Police that
appear not to be official documentation

The Williams Family approached Chief Constable Giannasi for his
intervention regarding the ongoing corruption case involving
officers under his jurisdiction, including senior ranking
officers.

2. The appeal (grounds given etc):

The appeal letter dated 12 January 2009 states that 'Chief
Constable Giannasi and the Standards Department have now had the
opportunity to investigate the outstanding complaints, i.e. the
falsification of records regarding the CPS and are refusing to
investigate the fabricated CPS records. As Mr Petch's letter
dated
3 March 2008 stated "If they decided not to record this you would
have the right of appeal to the IPCC against that decision".
Following the Chief Constable Giannasi response to this
complaint,
an appeal is now being made to you regarding this decision.'

APPEAL FINDINGS

1. Did the authority fail to make a decision?

No

2. Did the authority fail to notify the appropriate authority?

No, The Police Authority acknowledged the complaint

3. I am satisfied that the complaints made are recordable
complaints as they do not fit into any of the exemptions

4. Are there any points raised by the complainants outside what
the
IPCC can consider?

No, there are no further points that cannot be considered.

ON THE BASIS OF THESE FINDINGS, THE APPEAL IS UPHELD

ACTIONS REQUIRED OF THE AUTHORITY

The IPCC is of the opinion that this complaint should be recorded
as a complaint

STATEMENT OF IPCC FINDINGS END
_____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________

With the above evidence supplied by the IPCC, you the Gwent
Police
Authority are stating that your records show that the Gwent
Police
Authority has failed to record a complaint made against the Chief
Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi, as directed by the IPCC on
12 March 2009.

Furthermore, you the Gwent Police Authority have failed to
comment
on IPCC Case reference 2009/014954. (referred to in email dated
23
January 2010 to the Police Authority) Where the Gwent Police
Authority are holding inaccurate data, regarding the fabrication
of
a complaint allegedly made against the Chief Constable of Gwent
Police M. Giannasi etc recorded on 17 August 2009 by the Gwent
Police Authority. Stated by the IPCC, letter dated 6 October
2009.

A FULL explanation and an internal review is required.

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Gadawodd Independent Police Support Group anodiad ()

Complaints against senior officers of Assistant Chief Constable should be recorded and dealt with by the police authority.

For officers below that rank the professional standards department should record and deal with the matters.

From the correspondence above it appears that this matter would be best looked into by another police force.

We are not at all convinced that the IPCC is independent and wish you the best of luck in progressing your case.

Dear Police Authority,

In regards to the email you, the Gwent Police Authority sent dated 24 February 2010, it must be emphasised that you, the Gwent Police Authority are not abiding by the law. As you the Gwent Police Authority failed to record an official complaint made against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi. That was upheld by the Independent Police Complaints Commission letter dated 12 March 2009.

On the 12 March 2009, the Independent Police Complaints Commission letter stated, to the Williams Family that,

“This letter is about your appeal against Gwent Police Authority which we received on12 January 2009, via letter addressed to Mr. Nick Hardwick.”

“You should now expect Gwent Police Authority to contact you regarding the actions that I have asked them to take.”

The Independent Police Complaints Commission would not have involved the Gwent Police Authority if the complaint did not involve a senior ranking officer. In this instance the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M Giannasi.

For clarification, the Gwent Police Authority are admitting for public records that, the Gwent Police Authority have failed to record a complaint involving Chief Constable M. Giannasi within 10 working days, so as to comply with the Independent Police Complaints Commission’s statutory Guidance. Thus you, the Gwent Police Authority have broken the law.
Therefore,

1. Why did the Gwent Police Authority neglect to record and deal with the complaint (as instructed by the Independent Police Complaints Commission), made against Chief Constable M. Giannasi, which was made reference to in the IPCC letter, dated 12 March 2009, sent to the Williams Family?

2. Why, did the Gwent Police Authority insist on fabricating a complaint, in the name of the Williams Family, against the Chief Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi recorded:-

a. On 17 August 2009, by IPCC official documentation submitted to the Williams Family

b. On 28 July 2009, alleged by GPA as NO official documentation has been supplied by the GPA to the Williams Family.

There was no complaint submitted, in July 2009 to the GPA in regards to the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi made by the Williams Family. The letter of complaint clearly refers to the Chief Executive of the Gwent Police Authority, Mrs. S. A. Bosson and was submitted to individuals on the Board of the Gwent Police Authority.

The following extract is taken from the letter addressed to GPA Board Member H. Andrews, dated 24 July 2009 (full copy of letter can be seen above in this FOI request)-
*******************************************************
*******************************************************
>
>
>
Since the abrupt closure of the non- existent investigation by
Gwent Police of the targeted burglary upon the Williams Family
property, communication has been made with the Chair of the Gwent
Police Authority, Ms. Davies (these items of correspondence should
obviously be found within GPA records). This has resulted in Gwent
Police being able to dismiss the targeted burglary investigation
and force the attention to a police complaint. This will ultimately
allow the clerk of the GPA, Ms. Bosson to concentrate the complaint
on the Chief Constable (An ongoing procedure of Ms. Bosson, clerk
GPA). The Chief Constable ultimately becomes responsible for
perverting the course of justice and misconduct within a public
office in relationship to the corruption committed by Gwent Police
Officers involved within the Williams Family case. These
accusations made against the Chief Constable can then be simply
dispensed of, allowing the corruption to continue.
>
>
>
Please acknowledge receipt of this letter by 3 August 2009 and
ultimately you Mr. Andrews address the GPA Board and initiate an
investigation into the corruption involving certain police officers
and certain members of the Gwent Police Authority. Please notify
the Williams Family of your intentions by 15 August 2009.

***************************************************
End of extract.

As stated in the letter, dated 24 July 2009 to GPA Board Member H. Andrew, the GPA/Mrs. S. A. Bosson had an ulterior motive for placing a complaint on the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi. This was to conceal the targeted burglary upon the Williams Family property, that occurred immediately after the IPCC upheld the complaint made against Chief Constable M. Giannasi dated 12 March 2009 (This upheld complaint against M. Giannasi, you the GPA refuse to acknowledge and neglected to record). This action committed by Mrs. S. A. Bosson was predicted in the letter to Board Member H. Andrews.

A response is required immediately

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

Dear Gwent Police Authority,

You, the Gwent Police Authority have neglected to respond to the email dated 2 March 2010, which raised serious issues concerning the handling of Gwent Police Authority Records and Senior Ranking Police Officer Complaints, in regards to the original Freedom of Information Request dated 3 November 2009.

Yours faithfully,

Family Y

PoliceAuthority PoliceAuthority,

Dear Family Y

In response to your first question, we have previously informed you
that we were advised by the IPCC that your complaint should have been
recorded by the Professional Standards Department of Gwent Police rather
than the Police Authority.

In response your second question, Gwent Police Authority's Professional
Standards Committee had previously dealt with your complaints regarding
the Chief Constable and Chief Executive and it was considered that your
letter to members of the Authority attempted to resurrect those
complaints therefore no further action was taken.

We feel that responses have been provided to your questions therefore
as previously advised please contact the Information Commissioner's
Office if you are not satisfied with the response.

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF

Tel: 0303 123 1113
Fax: 01625 524510

Regards

Sian Curley
Business and Member Services Manager
Gwent Police Authority

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

pm >>>
Dear Police Authority,

In regards to the email you, the Gwent Police Authority sent
dated
24 February 2010, it must be emphasised that you, the Gwent
Police
Authority are not abiding by the law. As you the Gwent Police
Authority failed to record an official complaint made against the
Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi. That was upheld by
the
Independent Police Complaints Commission letter dated 12 March
2009.

On the 12 March 2009, the Independent Police Complaints
Commission
letter stated, to the Williams Family that,

“This letter is about your appeal against Gwent Police
Authority
which we received on12 January 2009, via letter addressed to Mr.
Nick Hardwick.”

“You should now expect Gwent Police Authority to contact you
regarding the actions that I have asked them to take.”

The Independent Police Complaints Commission would not have
involved the Gwent Police Authority if the complaint did not
involve a senior ranking officer. In this instance the Chief
Constable of Gwent Police M Giannasi.

For clarification, the Gwent Police Authority are admitting for
public records that, the Gwent Police Authority have failed to
record a complaint involving Chief Constable M. Giannasi within
10
working days, so as to comply with the Independent Police
Complaints Commission’s statutory Guidance. Thus you, the Gwent
Police Authority have broken the law.
Therefore,

1. Why did the Gwent Police Authority neglect to record and deal
with the complaint (as instructed by the Independent Police
Complaints Commission), made against Chief Constable M. Giannasi,
which was made reference to in the IPCC letter, dated 12 March
2009, sent to the Williams Family?

2. Why, did the Gwent Police Authority insist on fabricating a
complaint, in the name of the Williams Family, against the Chief
Constable of Gwent Police, M. Giannasi recorded:-

a. On 17 August 2009, by IPCC official documentation submitted to
the Williams Family

b. On 28 July 2009, alleged by GPA as NO official documentation
has
been supplied by the GPA to the Williams Family.

There was no complaint submitted, in July 2009 to the GPA in
regards to the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M. Giannasi made
by
the Williams Family. The letter of complaint clearly refers to
the
Chief Executive of the Gwent Police Authority, Mrs. S. A. Bosson
and was submitted to individuals on the Board of the Gwent Police
Authority.

The following extract is taken from the letter addressed to GPA
Board Member H. Andrews, dated 24 July 2009 (full copy of letter
can be seen above in this FOI request)-
*******************************************************
*******************************************************
>
>
>
Since the abrupt closure of the non- existent investigation by
Gwent Police of the targeted burglary upon the Williams Family
property, communication has been made with the Chair of the Gwent
Police Authority, Ms. Davies (these items of correspondence
should
obviously be found within GPA records). This has resulted in
Gwent
Police being able to dismiss the targeted burglary investigation
and force the attention to a police complaint. This will
ultimately
allow the clerk of the GPA, Ms. Bosson to concentrate the
complaint
on the Chief Constable (An ongoing procedure of Ms. Bosson, clerk
GPA). The Chief Constable ultimately becomes responsible for
perverting the course of justice and misconduct within a public
office in relationship to the corruption committed by Gwent
Police
Officers involved within the Williams Family case. These
accusations made against the Chief Constable can then be simply
dispensed of, allowing the corruption to continue.
>
>
>
Please acknowledge receipt of this letter by 3 August 2009 and
ultimately you Mr. Andrews address the GPA Board and initiate an
investigation into the corruption involving certain police
officers
and certain members of the Gwent Police Authority. Please notify
the Williams Family of your intentions by 15 August 2009.

***************************************************
End of extract.

As stated in the letter, dated 24 July 2009 to GPA Board Member
H.
Andrew, the GPA/Mrs. S. A. Bosson had an ulterior motive for
placing a complaint on the Chief Constable of Gwent Police M.
Giannasi. This was to conceal the targeted burglary upon the
Williams Family property, that occurred immediately after the
IPCC
upheld the complaint made against Chief Constable M. Giannasi
dated
12 March 2009 (This upheld complaint against M. Giannasi, you the
GPA refuse to acknowledge and neglected to record). This action
committed by Mrs. S. A. Bosson was predicted in the letter to
Board
Member H. Andrews.

A response is required immediately

Yours sincerely,

Family Y

dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Gadawodd James Williams anodiad ()

Dear Family Y.
Have you thought about putting this request in now to see if they have actually updated the records yet.