Unlawful battering-ram residential eviction attempted murder aided & abetted by Kent Police - Sargent Webster

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Dear Kent Police,

Unlawful battering-ram residential eviction attempted murder aided & abetted by Kent Police - Sargent Webster

On Wednesday morning on the 23rd January 2019 Kent Police aided & abetted an unlawful battering- ram eviction of a family home in Plains Avenue, Maidstone , Kent on behalf of the same out-sourced solicitors (J E Baring & Co) used by Maidstone Borough Council and trustee Michael Abram Goldstein.

Sargent Webster carried out checks on the enforcements officers and the paperwork, that apparently he was happy with.

Identify the five enforcement officers and on what registers they were listed and confirm why Sargent Webster would not produce a copy of either the writ or warrant, nor make the enforcement officers produce identification or the same paperwork.

Why Kent Police Force used enforcement agents to batter down a door with a battering-ram deliberately allowing and causing harm & injury knowing people were trapped behind the door ( attempted murder ) and in front of children, so Kent Police could enforce an alleged warrant that was outstanding from March 2018 , all conveniently the same day as an unlawful eviction mutually facilitated by Kent Police and unregistered enforcement officers who did not provide any ID.

Yours faithfully,

Ed Boyce

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Review of the 2014 enforcement agent reforms introduced by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007

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Call for evidence ends on 17 February 2019

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Kent Police Officers

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PC KELLY 11377
PC QUALEY 14469

( YA 27 )
PC EASTGALE 13001
PC DERRY 14253

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Dear Mr Boyce,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REF 19/02/191

 

Thank you for your request received by Kent Police on 3 February 2019. I
note you seek access, in summary, to information relating to:

 

Eviction in Plains Avenue, Maidstone.

 

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) provides that a public
authority respond to an FOI request within 20 working days. Please be
aware that as well as experiencing very high request volumes, Kent Police
is currently in the process of transitioning to a new crime recording
database. This means that whilst we will endeavour to complete your
request as soon as possible it is likely that a response may well be
delayed, particularly where crime data is sought.

 

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Should you have any further inquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact us via the following telephone numbers 01622 652610 quoting the
reference number above.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mark Crittenden

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Information Security and Governance

Kent Police

 

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Dear Mr Boyce,

 

With reference to the Freedom of Information request that we received from
you on 3 February 2019, please find attached the response letter.

 

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to contact us.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Public Disclosure Officer

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Kent Police

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Dear Freedom of Information Kent,

Thank you for confirming that a single residential family property was attacked with a battering- ram when it is unlawful to use extreme violence to evict a family, which affected the whole neighbourhood who are in shock at what they witnessed including the actions and non- actions of Kent Police officers, not doing their job and arresting the enforcement officers who would not identify themselves.

Your officers who are of course living individuals have already been identified, is this who you are referring to?

Or are you referring to James Alexandra King who pretended to be High Court Enforcement Officer?

Kent Police should be aware that violence against people and / or their property residential family home, (eviction is a civil matter) is against the law and that a 'Call for evidence' Review for the 2014 enforcement agent reforms introduced by the Tribuanls Court Enforcement Act 2007 is being carried out because the police are not doing their jobs properly and arresting unlawful violent enforcement officers/ agents.

Far more people have witnessed the banner outside Kent Police Headquarters in Maidstone accusing Kent Police of aiding and abetting attempted murder. Of course all involved should have been arrested and charged the same day and then Kent Police could have prevented an unlawful eviction.

Unfortunately both police and enforcement officers investigate themselves, who are included in the review, because the public interest test will be best achieved by Kent Police arresting the criminals instead of covering up for them ( all hoping they can brush it under a very thick carpet) by harassing those standing outside Kent Police Headquarters informing the public that the police have not and will not arrest the unlawful bailiffs/enforcement officers/ agents and who instead assist them to who break into people's family homes without producing identification and a writ or a warrant that must by law be produced.

Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce

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Google: MPs demand a regulator to crack down on bailiffs

' MPs have said bailiffs should be regulated to stop them breaking the rules and even the law to collect debts.

It follows a dramatic rise in cases of bailiffs using intimidating behaviour, threatening to break into homes and in some cases, unlawfully doing so.'

' Justice Committee chairman Bob Neill said: "We were surprised that no regulator is already in place." ...... may be they should be regulating the police who are also assisting with unlawful enforcement actions and not arresting the culprits; they themselves ( police) are also breaking the law?

"All eyes will now be on the Ministry of Justice, which must introduce these reforms as a matter of urgency."

Dear Freedom of Information Kent,

Can Kent Police Force please confirm what checks Sergeant Webster made on Sidhesh Kumar Arora aka Sid Arora SIA Close Protection (Director Deadline Security Ltd / Deadline Security Supplies Ltd) - who attended the unlawful 'bailiff' eviction 23.1.2019 at Plains Avenue Maidstone Kent who the SIA has confirmed is not qualified to act as a bailiff under his SIA licence and whose name does not appear on the Certificated Enforcement Agent (Bailiff) Register.

Kent Police Force CAD number 23 - 0188

SIA Number1088919162564399

Active 28 October 2016 - Expiry date 15 April 2019

SIA Number1089608157097433

Active 19 March 2019 - Expiry date 15 April 2022

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Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce

Freedom of Information Kent, Kent Police

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Dear Mr Boyce,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REF 19/04/613

 

Thank you for your request received by Kent Police on 16 April 2019. I
note you seek access, in summary, to information relating to:

 

An eviction.

 

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) provides that a public
authority respond to an FOI request within 20 working days. Please be
aware that as well as experiencing very high request volumes, Kent Police
is currently in the process of transitioning to a new crime recording
database. This means that whilst we will endeavour to complete your
request as soon as possible it is likely that a response may well be
delayed, particularly where crime data is sought.

 

Your interest in Kent Police is appreciated and pending a specific
response to your request, I enclose a sheet, which summarises your rights.
Should you have any further inquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact us via the following telephone numbers 01622 652610 quoting the
reference number above.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Mark Crittenden

Public Disclosure Officer

Information Security and Governance

Kent Police

 

This email and any other accompanying document(s) contain information from
Kent Police and/or Essex Police, which is confidential or privileged. The
information is intended to be for the exclusive use of the individual(s)
or bodies to whom it is addressed. The content, including any subsequent
replies, could be disclosable if relating to a criminal investigation or
civil proceedings. If you are not the intended recipient, be aware that
any disclosure, copying, distribution or other use of the contents of this
information is prohibited. If you have received this email in error,
please notify us immediately by contacting the sender or telephoning Kent
Police on 01622 690690 or Essex Police on 01245 491491, as appropriate.
For further information regarding Kent Police’s or Essex Police’s use of
personal data please go to
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Dear Freedom of Information Kent,

Can Kent Police Force also confirm what checks Sergeant Webster carried out on 2 SIA licensed Door Supervisors who attended the unlawful 'bailiff' eviction 23.1.2019 at Plains Avenue Maidstone Kent who are also not on the Certificated Enforcement Agent (Bailiff) Register and have no authority to act as such according to the SIA and bailiff register.

What special powers does Sergeant Webster hold to instruct non-registered enforcement agents(bailiff) and a lock smith Andrew Marsh 'Lock Father' who also has no authority to act as an enforcement agent/bailiff, to force entry onto private domestic land and Into family homes.

Kerry Yates SIA Door Supervisor
SIA Number1014560586096187 Active 1 February 2017 - Expiry date 24 February 2020
(also works for Deadline Security Ltd)

Natasha Jones SIA Door Supervisor
SIA Number1019814021959663 Active 14 March 2017 - Expiry date 13 March 2020

Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce

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Andrew Edwin John Marsh ( The Lock Father Ltd ) Essex ( lock smith)

Dear Freedom of Information Kent,

This is a good example of what has been allowed to occur in the UK and condoned by the police who fail and/or refuse to act to protect families from rogue bailiffs etc.

Kent Police & Rogue Bailiffs unlawful eviction - Maidstone Against Corruption https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ImXM1mZ...

Yours sincerely,

Ed Boyce