Dear Cleveland Police,
I would really appreciate the reports regarding two incidents involving my ex partner Michael Stephen Andrew Thompson. First of which was the Friday 15th January. The second would of been the 29th January The first one I was referred to a social worker then Harbour due to domestic violence.
The second incident was due to Mr Thompson turning up at my and causing distress to myself. The police constables at the time did a safe guarding check and mentioned prosecuting Mr Thompson but if I didn't the information would be kept on file.
Mr Thompson made an application to the court but unfortunately lied about why. I have been advised to get intouch with yourselves to request the above.
Yours faithfully, Katy Jayne Thompson
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Dear Ms Thompson,
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