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  • Griffiths & Ors v Suffolk Police & Anor, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 10, 2018, [2018] EWHC 2538 (QB)

    1. This case arises out of the murder of Mary Griffiths by John McFarlane on 6 May 2009 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. The Claimants are her three daughters, suing by their father and litigation friend. They seek damages from the Chief Constable of the Suffolk Police, the ``Suffolk Police'', and North and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, the ``NHS Trust...

    ... intrusive suicidal thoughts'', but there were a number of protective factors including employment, being married and good friends at the end of a phone. He was reluctant to take anti-depressants ... attempt on 2 May or to carry out a proper assessment; they failed to carry out collateral checks by not speaking to his wife, Ms Harpur-Lewis and Ms Griffiths; they failed to take account of ...

  • Group Seven Ltd & Anor v Nasir & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, October 06, 2017, [2017] EWHC 2466 (Ch)

    1. These proceedings arise out of a substantial fraud whereby Allseas Group SA (``Allseas'') was defrauded out of a large sum of money, €100 million. The fraud was followed by an attempt to launder the proceeds of the fraud using the client account of a firm of solicitors in London, Notable Services LLP (``Notable''). The attempt at money launderin...

    ... to the Notable client account and the Metropolitan Police became involved. As a result of the police intervention the ...He left the employment of LLB in June 2013. 20. Bridge Ltd was incorporated in Ras Al ... time, Notable had carried out know your client (``KYC'') checks and performed due diligence. Mr Meduri made a number of ...

  • Sharpe v The Worcester Diocesan Board Of Finance Ltd & Anor (Jurisdictional Points : Worker, employee or neither), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, November 28, 2013, [2013] UKEAT 0243_12_2811

    This appeal raises the question whether the Claimant, an ordained Minister in the Church of England, was working under a contract of employment, or was alternatively a ``worker'' within the meaning of s.43K ERA after he was appointed as Rector in the Teme Valley South Benefice, in the Diocese of Worcester. He presented two claims to the ET, compla...

    ... Some office holders (for example judges and police officers) served by reason of their office only and not by reason of any contract, whether a ... In addition, many offers of employment are made subject to medical or CRB checks, for example, and in that sense do not depend on the will of the parties alone. Yet checks of this ...

  • R (on the application of AR) (Appellant) v Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and another (Respondents)

    ... of criminal records, for example where required in connection with applications for employment or licences. It has been subject to a number of amendments since then. The following references are ..., consider and disclose police information for Enhanced Criminal Records and ISA registration checks". She told us that the standard forms used in the present case were part of the then current QAF ...

  • Hamill v The Chelmsford Magistrates' Court & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, August 08, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2799 (Admin)

    2. There is before the court a claim for judicial review of a decision of a bench of the South Essex magistrates on 5 June 2013 at Chelmsford. They dismissed an appeal by Mr Desmond Hamill against the decision of the Chief Constable of Essex Police, made on 25 October 2012 but only notified on 14 January 2013, that Mr Hamill should continue to b...

    ... the second hearing date Jane Oldham (instructed by Essex Police) for the Interested Party. Hearing dates: 09/05/2014 and ... a stable and supportive marriage and is in full time employment. No issues/concerns to report''. . 34. The recommendation of ... There is no mention of what, if any, checks DI Biddle performed with either the Metropolitan Police or the ...

  • LG v The Independent Monitor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 21, 2017, [2017] EWHC 3327 (Admin)

    1. LG worked as a District or Community Nurse. Around 2011, she began to make visits to the home of P, an elderly lady who suffered from dementia. LG was required to administer insulin to P. There is no dispute that, owing to her age and condition, P was a vulnerable woman. 2. P's family members became concerned that money was going missing fr...

    ... . 3. The police then became involved. They installed their own camera in P's ... EMPLOYER, IN THIS INSTANCE, BECAUSE: [LG] IS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT WITHIN THE ADULT WORKFORCE; SHE WAS ARRESTED WHILST EMPLOYED AS A ... of ``information gathered from references, criminal record checks, and other relevant sources of recruitment information''.''. 42. ...

  • Blackbay Ventures Ltd (t/a Chemistree) v Gahir (Victimisation Discrimination : no sub-topic), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, March 27, 2014, [2014] UKEAT 0449_12_2703

    1. The Claimant was employed by the Respondent which operates a number of pharmacies on 16 August 2010 as a Responsible Pharmacist. Her responsibilities involved the monitoring and securing compliance with the various statutory requirements and guidance laid upon the Respondent 2. Her employment commenced on 16 August 2010 and lasted 18 days, 7 of...

    ... the monitoring of refrigerator temperatures, the absence of template controlled-drug stock checks, the absence of a security entrance to the depot, the absence of a fire alarm, suggesting ... has been explained by the House of Lords; Lord Hoffman in Chief Constable of West Yorkshire Police v Khan [2001] ICR 1065 said:. ``53. The point is allied to the question of whether, assuming that ...

  • 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...

    ... interview could not continue until all the important formalities of reception into custody, checks on health, notification of friends or relatives, and so on, had been complied with. ..''. 437. I ...Athan. (As I have said Mr Rowlands had ceased his full time employment to LW3 but, occasionally, he returned to assist.) On that day he discovered the assessment ...

  • R (on the application of P) (Appellant) v Secretary of State for the Home Department and others (Respondents)

    ... to be disclosed only if the respondents applied for employment involving contact with children or vulnerable adults. In all four ..., about whom there had been substantial intelligence in police files, not retained or disclosed to the school, suggesting a ... trust was made to Mrs Gallagher subject to pre-employment checks. An Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (EDC) issued by AccessNI (a ...

  • R (on the application of P, G and W) (Respondents) v Secretary of State for the Home Department and another (Appellants)

    ... to be disclosed only if the respondents applied for employment involving contact with children or vulnerable adults. In all four ..., about whom there had been substantial intelligence in police files, not retained or disclosed to the school, suggesting a ... trust was made to Mrs Gallagher subject to pre-employment checks. An Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (EDC) issued by AccessNI (a ...

  • In the matter of an application by Lorraine Gallagher for Judicial Review (Northern Ireland)

    ... to be disclosed only if the respondents applied for employment involving contact with children or vulnerable adults. In all four ..., about whom there had been substantial intelligence in police files, not retained or disclosed to the school, suggesting a ... trust was made to Mrs Gallagher subject to pre-employment checks. An Enhanced Disclosure Certificate (EDC) issued by AccessNI (a ...

  • Accident Exchange Ltd v Broom & Ors, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, May 24, 2017, [2017] EWHC 1096 (Admin)

    1. The Claimant, Accident Exchange Limited (``AE'') applies to commit the Defendants to prison on the grounds that each of them engaged in conduct which interfered with the due administration of justice and they were thereby in contempt of court. 2. AE was part of Accident Exchange Group plc. It was a specialist car hire and claims management co...

    ... evidence was based on lies, and there had not been the checks to establish the spot rates within the relevant markets that were ... Attorney General referred the matter to the City of London police. On 3 July 2012 Stanley Burnton J granted AE's application to ... . 71. The First Defendant commenced employment with AF on 14 March 2005. He resigned on 17 September 2009. He ...

  • DSD & Anor v The Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 28, 2014, [2014] EWHC 436 (QB)

    1. This case concerns a claim for declarations and damages brought by two victims of the now convicted ``black cab rapist'' - John Worboys - who over the course of 2002 - 2008 committed well in excess of 100 rapes and sexual assaults on women whom he was carrying in his cab. 2. Pursuant to Section 1 of the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1992, vic...

    ... this trial, reports into the police investigation, DSD's GP records and a chronology of employment prepared by her previous employer. 62. The opinion of Dr Harrison was set out at some length in her ...108. Critically, the IO must conduct all necessary immediate intelligence checks and ensure that the outcomes are properly recorded on the CRIS DETS page. The SN sets out a table ...

  • L v F, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, December 20, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 2121

    1. This is an appeal from a decision of Ms Justice Russell, by which she allowed an appeal from a relocation decision of Her Honour Judge Owens in the Family Court at Oxford. It is the first occasion on which the Court of Appeal has considered a second appeal from the High Court since the introduction in October 2016 of the new routes of appeal in...

    ... the parties are present in court, all initial safeguarding checks have been obtained by the court, and an officer of Cafcass or ... These included four occasions on which the police had been called out, twice by each parent. In his response, the ...· The mother does not have a clear plan of what employment she will actually undertake if she moves to Italy. · The only ...

  • Mohidin & Anor v Commissioner of the Police of the Metropolis & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 02, 2015, [2015] EWHC 2740 (QB)

    2. On 1st June 2007 at some time after 5.30 pm, a marked TSG Territorial Support Group carrier van containing 6 Metropolitan Police officers stopped at the junction of Edgware Road and Sussex Gardens in Central London, so that officers within could speak to a group of youths containing the three Claimants. The van had been driving south down Edgwar...

    ... from the TSG van in this incident (apart from PC Onwugbonu) issued proceedings in the Employment Tribunal against the Defendant Commissioner, alleging racial discrimination, harassment and ... van that day sitting in the front nearside seat, keeping a log, map reading, and completing checks on individuals. He said that he did see the group of individuals passing up Edgware Road. He said ...

  • Armes (Appellant) v Nottinghamshire County Council (Respondent)

    ... foster carer involves extensive safeguarding and reference checks, assessment of potential to foster by a supervisory social ... as confined to particular legal relationships, such as employment and agency. A more fine-grained approach has been adopted in more ... be accommodated by the authority, for example where the police ask it to take children who have been removed from where they ...

  • Aderemi, R v, Court of Appeal - Criminal Division, May 09, 2018, [2018] EWCA Crim 1502

    1. The appellant, Hamed Aderemi, is now 38 years old. On 19th January 2018 in the Crown Court at Cardiff he pleaded guilty to an offence on an indictment of possession of an identity document with improper intent, contrary to section 4(1) and (2) of the Identity Documents Act 2010. In addition, he pleaded guilty to an associated summary offence o...

    ... They went through various employment checks and signed him on to their books. He did not, however, ...6. When these matters came to light the police were contacted. On 28th December 2017 they executed a search ...

  • CL, R (on the application of) v The Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, December 06, 2018, [2018] EWHC 3333 (Admin)

    1. ``Sexting'' is the creating, sharing, sending or posting of sexually explicit messages or images via mobile phones or other electronic devices. It covers a wide variety of circumstances. This case concerns peer-to-peer sexting by young people of photographs, initially self-generated and deliberately sent to another young person, although somet...

    ... These claims particularly concern the treatment by the police of reports of such behaviour. . 3. The Claimant is the subject ... the nature of the offending may be relevant to future employment with children and/or vulnerable adults. If, in exceptional .... 10 .. 11. Background checks should be run regarding the victim(s), perpetrator(s) and ...

  • A, R (On the Application Of) v Chief Constable of C Constabulary, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 12, 2014, [2014] EWHC 216 (Admin),[2014] WLR(D) 63

    1. The claimant (``A'') is a sole trader who provides, amongst other things, vehicle hire, breakdown and recovery services. For over 30 years he has provided recovery and breakdown services to B and C Constabularies, either directly or, more recently, as a sub-contractor. His applications for the relevant security clearance have now been refused

    ... issue as to the appropriate test to be applied by the police when vetting for security those who provide services to them. . ... of NPPV, Level 1, 2 and 3 and further details of the checks required for each are given in SOP 5.''. 18. Standard Operating ... often mean that the applicant is routinely refused employment on the basis of the contents of the ECRC. In those cases the ...

  • AB, R (On the Application Of) v The Chief Constable of Hampshire Constabulary, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, May 20, 2015, [2015] WLR(D) 225,[2015] EWHC 1238 (Admin)

    1. This case concerns the lawfulness of the disclosure, by the police to a Local Authority Designated Officer, of non-conviction material relating to alleged sexual misconduct by a teacher, and the subsequent dismissal of a complaint concerning the disclosure under the Police Reform Act 2002. Chronology of events 2. AB (``the claimant'') is a 43 ye...

    ... case concerns the lawfulness of the disclosure, by the police to a Local Authority Designated Officer, of non-conviction ... the claimant included the following in relation to his employment at the college, . ``Dismissal. Decision not ratified by the GTC ...LADO to carry out the necessary background checks to verify the information, as she would have been in a much ...

  • Efobi v Royal Mail Group Ltd (Race Discrimination), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, August 10, 2017, [2017] UKEAT 0203_16_1008

    The Employment Appeal Tribunal (``the EAT'') allowed an appeal from the Employment Tribunal (``the ET''). The Claimant claimed that the Respondent discriminated against him because of his race in rejecting job applications which he made. The EAT held that the ET had misdirected themselves about the effect of section 136 of the Equality Act 2010

    ... is used to check a candidate's ability to work in the United Kingdom and to enable security checks to be done (paragraph 2.8). 17. In paragraph 2.9 the ET explained that there is a difference ... The Claimant immediately admitted driving without a seatbelt. He even offered to call the police and report himself. Mr Wilde removed the Claimant's driving rights pending an investigation. That ...

  • HA v University of Wolverhampton & Ors (Rev 1), Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, February 12, 2018, [2018] EWHC 144 (Admin)

    1. At the heart of this application for judicial review is the question whether a university may lawfully ask an applicant for an accredited Master of Pharmacy degree course (`MPharm') whether he or she has spent and unfiltered convictions and whether the university can require him or her to undergo an enhanced criminal record check as part of the

    ...Rehabilitation of offenders 8. Enhanced criminal record checks and DBS certificates 13. Statutory regulation of the pharmacy ..., for an offence that will be not be filtered from the Police National Computer when it is processed by the DBS ?'' . 11. HA ... person, in the course of the duties of his office or employment, in order to assess the suitability--. (i) of the person to whom ...

  • Ahmed v Ministry of Justice (Race Discrimination: Direct), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, July 07, 2015, [2015] UKEAT 0390_14_0707

    The Employment Tribunal found that the Claimant had been treated less favourably because of race in connection with a move from the Waltham Forest and Redbridge Group to the East Group of the Magistrates' Courts in London. This was issue 2.1 in a list of issues agreed for the hearing. However, the Employment Tribunal found that his claim in respe...

    ... investigation was carried out by the agency's internal fraud team, headed by Ms Smith, an ex-police officer. Three employees were suspended. . 9. The Claimant was not one of those suspended. He ... He did, however, suggest that failure to complete audit checks on files might constitute grounds for disciplinary action or justify a temporary move from ...

  • 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...

    ... He accepted that he did not carry out any intelligence checks on AB before the interview. . 55. The First Claimant made a witness statement which was 20 pages ... First Claimant conducted the hearing of her claim against her former employer before an Employment Tribunal. She had briefly sought advice from a solicitor about this claim earlier in the year. ...

  • Segalov, R (on the application of) v Chief Constable of Sussex Police & Anor, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, November 23, 2018, [2018] EWHC 3187 (Admin)

    2. Michael Segalov (`the claimant') brings the present claim for judicial review, challenging decisions made by the first defendant (`Sussex Police') and the second defendant (`GMP'), which resulted in the refusal of his accreditation to attend the Labour Party Conference held at Brighton in September 2017 (`Party Conference'). The parties 3. The ...

    ... we are unable to process your application as it has not passed the necessary police security checks.'. 8. He was told that if he required further information he should write to Police Sergeant Martin ...On this basis, and by analogy with cases concerning vetting decisions in an employment context, it was argued that a high threshold for refusing accreditation should have been applied. . ...