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  • Kimathi & Ors v The Foreign And Commonwealth Office, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, August 02, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2066 (QB)

    Mr Guy Mansfield QC, Mr Neil Block QC, Ms Clare Brown, Mr Niazi Fetto, Mr Simon Murray, Mr Mathew Gullick, Mr Richard Wheeler, Mr Jack Holborn and Mr Stephen Kosmin (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the Defendant Hearing dates: 19-22 June 2018, 25-29 June 2018, 2 August 2018. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mr Justice Ste...

    ... and Mr Stephen Kosmin (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the Defendant. Hearing dates: 19-22 June 2018, 25-29 June ... 1954 detainees were split into: (i) those charged with criminal offences who would be taken to court and tried in the usual way, ... the case, especially as regards the Defendant's investigations and possible witness or documentary evidence. In respect of ...

  • Ghana: heads to roll at the Police Service; Stephen Gyasi Junior reports from Accra on a credibility crisis affecting the Ghana Police Service after some top officers and their associates were named in two narcotic cases.

    ... of one of the Venezuelans, named the deputy head of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Patrick Ampewuah, and ...

  • Cocaine kings target Kenya: the seizure, on Kenya's tourist-paradise coastline, of the largest ever drugs haul in Africa has confirmed worries that sophisticated drug smugglers from South America have targeted this East African country as a base for their operations.

    ... Commissioner Major General Hussein Ali said after his Criminal Investigation Department (CID) counterpart Joseph Kamau insisted ...

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  • Secretary of State for the Home Department v Said & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 27, 2018, [2018] EWCA Civ 627

    1. This is an appeal by the Secretary of State for the Home Department (``SSHD'') from the order of HH Judge Anthony Thornton QC (sitting as a Judge of the High Court) of 29 April 2015 (sealed on 15 May 2015) whereby he declared that delays by the SSHD in dealing with applications by the three respondents (respectively ``Yasin'', ``Yusuf'' and ``Ya...

    .... 18. Very little is known about the circumstances of the convictions and of the criminal proceedings. The relatively light sentence passed on Yusuf for such offences gave the judge cause ... re-imbursing any out of pocket expenses incurred to the complainant if during our investigation it is found that we are at fault and costs were a direct consequence of our actions. We will also ...

  • Mouncher & Ors v The Chief Constable of South Wales Police, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, June 14, 2016, [2016] EWHC 1367 (QB)

    1. Just before 9pm on Sunday 14 February 1988, a young woman called Leanne Vilday (LV) walked into the Butetown police station in Cardiff and told the officers present that she was concerned for the safety of her friend Lynette White. She asked the officers to go with her to a flat which she had been renting at 7 James Street which was situated a s...

    ... South Wales Police (SWP) launched an extensive investigation. All the Claimants in these proceedings were then serving police ... convicted defendants appealed to the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). Their convictions were quashed in December 1992. . ... following month he was engaged by the Legal Services Department of SWP as a caseworker. He was undertaking that role in 2005 at ...

  • Tarakhil v The Home Office, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 21, 2015, [2015] EWHC 2845 (QB)

    1. The claimant, Zia Ul Haque Tarakhil claims damages for false imprisonment and wrongful detention and for the psychiatric consequences of that detention and aggravated damages for the high handed way that he was detained and in which his claim has been dealt with throughout by the defendant. He is an Afghan national who was detained in Immigratio...

    ...Mr William Hansen (instructed by the Government Legal Department) appeared for the Defendant. Hearing date: 22 October 2014. - - - ... in the United Kingdom to assist Kent Police in the investigation and prosecution of serious crime. As a result, agreement had been ... gave extensive evidence for the prosecution at the criminal trial of the alleged killer of his friend at Maidstone Crown ...

  • Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 06, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2122 (Admin)

    2. This case was listed for judgment on 11 May 2018. Unfortunately I discovered on the evening of 10 May 2018, when the Defendant's counsel alerted me to it, that both parties had lodged submissions after the hearing of the claim, voluntarily, to address an issue raised in oral argument. Those submissions were not forwarded to me by the Court offi...

    ...Mr. Hansen (instructed by the Government Legal Department) for the Defendant. Hearing dates: 13 February 2018. - - - - - - ... Defendant's immigration officers and to the Defendant's Criminal Cases Unit for advice given that the custody time limits were ... to do anything until the NRM had undertaken an investigation. It appears that the police then spoke to the ``NRM out of hours ...

  • Gurieva & Anor v Community Safety Development (UK) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, April 06, 2016, [2016] EWHC 643 (QB)

    1. This is the trial of a claim by two individuals for a declaration that the defendant, a private investigator, has failed to comply with the subject access duties imposed by s 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), and for an order under s 7(9) of the DPA requiring the defendant to comply with those duties. 2. The general scheme of the ``subje...

    ...'s evidence is that this is the consequence of an investigation, as a result of which it holds around 1,500 documents. There ... of gaining an illegitimate procedural advantage in criminal proceedings which have been brought against the claimants in ... was, in R (Lord) v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2003] EWHC 2073 (Admin). He held, among other things, that it is ...

  • Said & Ors, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 29, 2015, [2015] EWHC 879 (Admin)

    Mr John McKendrick (from 17 October 2014 and at the hearing on 19 December 2014) (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor's Department who were from 1 April 2015 known as the Government Legal Department) appeared for the Defendant Hearing dates: 16 October and 19 December 2014 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - JudgmentHHJ Anthony Thornton QC:...

    ...12. Issue 12: Deportation of foreign criminals and impact of article 8 (Part M, paragraphs 403 - 428 below). 13. Issue 13: Whether Yusuf's ...Moreover, the range and nature of those complaints required a complex investigation of both the facts and the law of a kind which the complaints procedure was wholly inadequate to ...

  • R (on the application of Nunn) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Suffolk Constabulary (Respondent)

    ... Intervener (Innocence Network UK; Justice; The Criminal Appeals Lawyers Association) Henry Blaxland QC ... in sections 3 and 7A of the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996. That meant that it was the Crown's duty to disclose to ... to give him: see R v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Ex p Simms [2000] 2 AC 115, where a prisoner's right, for this ...

  • Mlia & Anor v Chief Constable of Hampshire Police, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 24, 2017, [2017] EWHC 292 (QB)

    1. The First Claimant had a relationship with a man who has been referred to in this case as AB. He proved to be abusive, aggressive, violent and threatening. The relationship ended in July 2005. He then made many telephone calls to the Claimant and her mother, the Second Claimant. He left voice messages and sent text massages. In some of thes...

    ... application made by the First Claimant in 2008 to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. (3)(a) The First Claimant. 10. ... number of documents which contained guidance on the investigation of allegations such as those made in the present case. These ... was lodged with the Force's Professional Standards Department on 8 November 2013. The First Claimant was treated as making 6 ...

  • Geraldo & Ors, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, September 06, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2763 (Admin)

    1. Each of these 3 claimants is a failed asylum seeker who has exhausted all appeal rights. Each seeks to challenge a grant in 2012 made by the defendant outside the Immigration Rules in exercise of her general discretion under section 4(1) of the Immigration Act 1971, of 3 years Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) in the United Kingdom. Such gra...

    ... Further investigations on the part of the defendant since the close of the hearing however have disclosed that the ...(v) domestic circumstances;. (vi) previous criminal record and the nature of any offence of which the person has been convicted;. (vii) compassionate ...

  • AYZ v The Home Office, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, November 06, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2914 (QB)

    2. AYZ is a national of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). He was held in immigration detention at the direction of the Secretary of State from 9 July 2013 to 1 October 2015. A period of 2 years and nearly 3 months. He claims that for some or all of that period he was unlawfully detained. The factual background 3. The Claimant entered the UK...

    ...Rory Dunlop (instructed by the Government Legal Department) for the Defendant. Hearing dates: 17 to 19 October 2018. - - - - .... Between 2007 and 2012, the Claimant built up a serious criminal record, receiving 15 convictions for 22 offences. These offences ...'s second report was clearly based on a much wider investigation of the facts but again potentially significant material was not ...

  • Ibidokun, R (on the application of) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 08, 2017, [2017] EWHC 3178 (Admin)

    1. In these proceedings the Claimant challenges the legality of his detention by the Defendant since the 6th August 2016 on the grounds (a) that it has lasted for a period that is unreasonable in all the circumstances and (b) that the Defendant has failed to act with reasonable diligence and expedition to effect his removal from the UK. He seeks a

    ... released from detention he will abscond; and the danger that, if released, he will commit criminal offences.''. 19. This formulation of the law was approved by the majority of the Supreme Court in R ... behaviour towards him, including provoking him, was upheld following an internal investigation. The record of that investigation suggests that it is only if a complaint is supported by ...

  • Kimathi & Ors v The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, November 21, 2018, [2018] EWHC 3144 (QB)

    1. This Test Claimant is the second Claimant to be the subject of final submissions. She provided two witness statements, the first dated 22 October 2014 and the second 31 March 2016. She gave oral evidence by videolink on 22 June 2016. As with Test Claimant 34, I will refer to her and subsequent Test Claimants as `TC' followed by their number. No

    ... and Mr Stephen Kosmin (instructed by Government Legal Department) for the Defendant. Hearing dates: 29-30 October 2018; 21 ... far as may be, as an enquiry under the law relating to criminal procedure.'' There is nothing upon which to base an inference ...That could have substantially narrowed the investigation. If the claim had been brought in time or soon after the expiry ...

  • Haile, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, March 27, 2015, [2015] EWHC 732 (Admin)

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    ... the Defendant had failed to discharge her positive duty to initiate an effective investigation by the police into trafficking offences committed against the Claimant (ground (iii) in this ... for the purpose of their co-operation with the competent authorities in investigation or criminal proceedings.…In Rantsev v Cyprus and Russia (2010) 51 EHRR 1, the European Court of Human Rights ...

  • Gureckis, R (On the Application Of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 14, 2017, [2017] EWHC 3298 (Admin)

    1. These three linked claims for judicial review have been selected as test cases in which to consider the lawfulness of the Defendant's policy, and its application, to EEA (European Economic Area) nationals found sleeping rough in the United Kingdom (``UK''). The version of the policy challenged in these claims was contained in the Defendant's gu...

    ... of conduct regarded as an abuse of rights might be present, and so it triggered an investigation of the individual circumstances of the case. . 25. Abuse of rights arose as the result of ...(e) a person's previous criminal convictions do not in themselves justify the decision;. (f) the decision may be taken on ...

  • Khan, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 23, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2494 (Admin)

    1. This claim is brought by Azmat Rauf Khan (the Claimant) who challenges decisions of the Secretary of State for the Home Department (``SSHD'' or ``the Defendant''). The first is a decision (``the section 10 decision'') pursuant to section 10 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 (``the 1999 Act'') to remove the Claimant from the United Kingdom a...

    ...A contemporaneous report of the interview and investigation has been provided to the court following a court order requiring disclosure of relevant documents. ...The decision was taken pursuant to section 10. The finding of deception constituted a criminal offence pursuant to section 24A of the Immigration Act 1971. In judicial review proceedings brought ...

  • Ganesharajah v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 24, 2014, [2014] EWHC 3497 (QB)

    1. This is a claim in tort for damages for false imprisonment namely, unlawful immigration detention. The Claimant was detained by the Defendant after completing a criminal sentence from 10th July 2008 until 28th February 2013 when he was removed to Sri Lanka, a period of four years and seven months. This length of detention while not unique is pla...

    ...The Claimant was detained by the Defendant after completing a criminal sentence from 10th July 2008 until 28th February 2013 when he was removed to Sri Lanka, a period of ...The caseworker also sent emails to the Investigation and Documentation Team to ask if an `evidential letter' to the Sri Lankan High Commission including ...

  • Thangarasa, R (on the application of) v Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, November 08, 2013, [2013] EWHC 3415 (Admin)

    1. This is a claim for judicial review of a decision of the Upper Tribunal. The decision in question is a refusal to grant the claimant permission to appeal against a decision of the First-tier Tribunal rejecting his appeal against the refusal of his claim for asylum by the Secretary of State for the Home Department (``SSHD''). The decision was m...

    ... for asylum by the Secretary of State for the Home Department (``SSHD''). The decision was made on 28 July 2011. The claim is ... taken to court, he was released unconditionally without criminal charges by the court. However, in oral evidence before me, he ... claimant had been released on bail, meant that the investigation pending against him had not been concluded. . 23. The issue ...

  • Mohammed, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, April 02, 2014, [2014] EWHC 972 (Admin)

    On 9 December 2011 permission was refused by Owen J on the papers on the basis that there was a significant risk of him re-offending and of absconding, if released on bail, his failure to cooperate with the process of obtaining an ETD and the likelihood that an ETD would be received within a reasonable time from the Moroccan authorities. On 27 Febr...

    ...After further investigations did not bring forward further information, the claimant was released on 10 April 2005. . 14. The ... released from detention he will abscond; and the danger that, if released, he will commit criminal offences."'' [Emphasis added]. Risk of absconding and re-offending. 20. In Lumba the Supreme ...

  • The Police Superintendents Association of England and Wales & Ors v The Chief Constable of Bedfordshire Police, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 25, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2173 (Admin)

    1. These proceedings concern the power of a Chief Constable under Regulation A19 of the Police Pensions Regulations 1987 compulsorily to retire a serving police officer with accumulated lengthy pensionable service as defined in the regulation `in the general interests of efficiency'. The Secretary of State as the Interested Party has not appeared

    ... Cavanagh QC (instructed by Beds & Herts Legal Services Department) for the Defendant. Miss Deok Joo Rhee, for the Secretary of ... should be interpreted as being confined to an investigation of the officer's personal effectiveness. 33. Mr Johnston contends ... court case or to continue to the end of a particular criminal investigation; redeploying the officer to another post within the ...

  • ASK v The Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 09, 2017, [2017] EWHC 196 (Admin)

    1. The issue in this case concerns an allegation that in 2013 the Claimant - ``ASK'' - was unlawfully detained in an Immigration Removal Centre (``IRC'') pending removal from the United Kingdom and, once he was definitively declared unfit to fly, detained for an unreasonably long period of time before eventual transfer to a psychiatric unit. I was

    ... questions of a kind which Miss Anderson informed the court is the subject of an investigation being undertaken on behalf of the Secretary of State by the Tavistock Institute. It also seems ...It was held that his mental condition did not absolve him from criminal culpability. It was in this context that it had been submitted that in imposing a sentence without ...

  • Panayiotou v Kernaghan (Victimisation Discrimination : Whistleblowing), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, April 16, 2014, [2014] UKEAT 0436_13_1604

    The Appellant was a policeman who was subjected to a series of detriments and was ultimately dismissed by his employer. During the course of his employment, the Appellant made a number of protected disclosures as defined in section 43B of the Employment Rights Act 1996. He contended that the fact that he had made those protected disclosures influen...

    ... to permission to have a business interest, an investigation of an alleged breach of an instruction not to work in his wife's ... working while claiming sick pay should be treated as a criminal offence rather than disciplinary; the refusal of the Chief ...He then told the head of the Professional Standards Department (``the PSD'') that he (Mr Panayiotou) was simply doing his job ...