Information request of operation of Devonshire

Mae'r ymateb i'r cais hwn yn hwyr iawn. Yn ôl y gyfraith, ym mhob amgylchiad, dylai West Midlands Police and Crime Panel fod wedi ymateb erbyn hyn. (manylion). Gallwch gwyno drwy yn gofyn am adolygiad mewnol.

Glenroy blackstock

Dear West Midlands Police and Crime Panel, I would like all the relevant information disclosed and undisclosed from the crown prosecution ( cps ) relating to operation Devonshire. And all the disclosed and undisclosed evidence from West Midlands police regarding operation Devonshire. As I am concerned about the handling of my case

Yours faithfully,
Glenroy blackstock

Gadawodd dennis fallon anodiad ()

It would be helpful for public interest if you updated the status of your requests, perhaps also add an annotation to explain operation Devonshire and how you think you were unfairly treated.BTW, thesedays it`s amazing how the Police spin the truth, googling Operation Devonshire on the Police NERSOU site says Paul Dixon committed denial of service attacks against websites belonging to British Airways, CEX, Police Scotland and Durham Constabulary in October 2014, and says the Cyber Criminal was jailed, but the truth is he served NO time in jail, just a suspended sentance.I wish the police would be more honest in their behaviour.
https://www.nersou.org.uk/29/section.asp...

Gadawodd dennis fallon anodiad ()

Public Authority Websites have a nasty habit of deleting stories.For the record here is the 2001 article from North East Regional Special Operations Unit, entitled OPERATION DEVONSHIRE CONVICTION.A CYBER criminal has been jailed for targeting a number of corporate websites, including that of Durham Constabulary.Today at Newcastle Crown Court, Paul Dixon, 23, of the Avenue, Seaham, was given a suspended sentence after admitting five offences under the Computer Misuse Act 1990. Dixon was given 2 years imprisonment for a denial of service attack on British Airways, and 12 months concurrent for attacks on Durham Constabulary, Police Scotland and CeX all suspended for 2 years.Dixon was also given a supervision order for 12 months.Dixon committed denial of service attacks against websites belonging to British Airways, CEX, Police Scotland and Durham Constabulary in October 2014.The case was investigated by officers from the cyber crime unit based in NERSOU(North East Regional Special Operations Unit).Detective Constable Greg Hodgson from NERSOU said: “This is a serious crime which targeted police forces and international companies and could have had severe consequences.“It is important that this case sends out a clear message to others who may be tempted to commit cybercrime from the comfort of their home that you risk swapping your bedroom for a prison cell."Criminality is now no longer solely on the streets but that does not mean we cannot trace you and bring you to justice."Each force in the North East has dedicated cyber units, supported NERSOU(North East Regional Special Operations Unit) and nationally by the NCA (National Crime Agency).