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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Gulati & Ors v MGN Limited, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 21, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1482 (Ch)

    IMPORTANT NOTE - THE UNREDACTED JUDGMENT ON WHICH THIS IS BASED IS SUBJECT TO REPORTING RESTRICTIONS UNDER AN ORDER OF MR JUSTICE MANN DATED 21ST MAY 2015. THIS JUDGMENT IS A PUBLICLY AVAILABLE VERSION OF THAT UNREDACTED JUDGMENT PUBLICATION OF THIS FORM OF JUDGMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF INFRINGE THOSE REPORTING RESTRICTIONS Case Nos: Alcorn - H...

    ... case that it had co-operated in full with the Metropolitan Police in the latter's investigations. It foreshadowed an attempt to ... comprises invoices for only the last 4 months of his employment when his oral evidence (which I accept) is that he was using .... Headline - ``Tracy checks into booze clinic; depressed star treated for drink & food ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • AA v London Borough of Southwark, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, October 14, 2014, [2014] EWHC 500 (QB)

    3. The claimant had been a social housing tenant of the defendant for 23 years and a tenant of the flat in issue since 2001. His rent in that flat had mainly been paid by housing benefit save for a small weekly shortfall which he had to pay which, by 2012 had risen to £18.59 per week. Throughout the period in that flat, he had been in arrears since...

    ...Mr Matthews was a retired chief inspector of police with extensive experience in criminal and police complaints and ... Ashley emailed back that she had ``intro visit and tenancy checks'' between 10.00am and 2.00pm that day and Ms Okwara emailed back ... 2010, AA's personal circumstances such as his employment if any, the benefits he was in receipt of so far as these were ...

  • Jeffrey, R (on the application of) v The Independent Police Complaints Commission, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, January 27, 2017, [2017] EWHC 102 (Admin)

    1. This application for judicial review consists of a challenge to the investigation of complaints made by the Claimant to the Defendant, as to the Defendant's actions when investigating the Claimant, and the conclusions about that complaint. The matter is multi-layered, and has become complex in its detail. 2. The Claimant was, at the relevant pe...

    ... 20 February 2013, Ms Davies noted that she intended to submit RIPA requests for subscriber checks on communications in relation to PS White and the Claimant. Her reasons were as follows:. ``The ... The Claimant was not at home at the time, but was at work elsewhere in his new employment. The Claimant's wife and 12 year old son were both at home and still asleep in bed. It appears ...

  • National Crime Agency v Azam & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 31, 2014, [2014] EWHC 2722 (QB)

    1. This is a claim for a civil recovery order brought by the National Crime Agency (``the NCA'') formerly known as the Serious Organised Crime Agency (``SOCA'') under Part 5 of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (``POCA''). The NCA may bring a claim for such an order under s.243(1) of POCA against any person whom it believes to hold recoverable propert...

    ...He was the subject of police surveillance operations in this jurisdiction, but they never ... the material time she did not have an income from paid employment and was reliant on her parents for financial assistance. Shazia ... local exporters in Japan who would carry out the necessary checks to ensure that the paperwork was in order. If that is true, and ...

  • 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 ...

  • Various Claimants v Giambrone & Law (a firm) & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 07, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1946 (QB)

    1. Calabria is the Southern Italian region that forms the ``toe'' of Italy. It comprises the five provinces of Cosenza, Reggio Calabria, Catanzaro, Crotone and Vibo Valentia. The climate is Mediterranean as is its cuisine. The west-facing coastline borders the Tyrrhenian Sea and the east-facing coastline borders the Ionian Sea. Its overall extens...

    ... of certain Calabrian developments by the Italian financial police (see paragraph 33 below). However, the extent to which what ... Italian lawyers, and to confirm what initial due diligence checks had been made in relation to JoTS''. This letter was, of course, ... after 16 April 2007 although they each entered into an employment contract as ``salaried partner'' with Giambrone & Law in June ...

  • 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 ...

  • Sino, R (on the application of) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (Rev 2), Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, June 25, 2015, [2015] EWHC 1831 (Admin)

    1. The essence of this claim is that the Claimant has been unlawfully detained for specific periods, illustrated in the chronology below, and that he remains at present, unlawfully detained. This hearing has been listed to determine the claim for Judicial Review, through which route the Claimant seeks immediate release from detention; determinatio...

    ... Checks have been conducted by HMRC, Interpol and the DVLA but we have ... and arrange for him to report to a Reporting Centre / Police Station closest to that address''. 35. On 13 January 2015, the ... to such restrictions as to residence, as to his employment or occupation and as to reporting to the police or an immigration ...

  • Ittihadieh v 5-11 Cheyne Gardens RTM Company Ltd& Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, March 03, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 121,[2017] WLR(D) 158

    2. We were aware, at the hearing, that another constitution of this court had recently heard an appeal in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing, which we understood raised issues about the exercise of discretion which might have a bearing on the outcome of these appeals. We therefore informed the parties that we would delay giving judgment in these appeals...

    ...Between 2009 and 2011, after she had left the employment of the University, she presented five claims in the employment ... to the Directive, in order to carry out the necessary checks, the data subject must have a right of access to the data ..., [2013] 2 All ER 213 at [16]; Kololo v Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [2015] EWHC 600 (QB), [2015] 1 WLR 3702 at [35] ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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. ...

  • R (on the application of T and another) (FC) (Respondents) v Secretary of State for the Home Department and another (Appellants)

    ... relating to a person's criminal record pursuant to the Police Act 1997 ("the 1997 Act"). The Secretary of State for Justice has ... a football club, to whom he had applied for part-time employment, required him to obtain an enhanced criminal record certificate ... old and minor conviction information from criminal record checks and that an advisory panel, which the government had already set ...

  • D&G Cars Ltd v Essex Police Authority, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, February 13, 2015, [2015] EWHC 226 (QB)

    1. This case concerns the arrangements made for the recovery of vehicles in the defendant's police area. There are two actions before me. The first action relates to the termination of a contract between the claimant and the defendant for the recovery of vehicles on the defendant's behalf. The second action is concerned with the removal of the clai...

    ... as is set out below, it is beyond doubt that Mr Gibson in fact left the claimant's employment in January. Mr Bennett in his statement indicated that, hard on the heels of the unsuccessful ...After checks had been undertaken the crushing of the vehicle was authorised by the defendant, and indeed ...

  • P, R (on the application of) The Secretary of State for the Home Department & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 03, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 321

    1. The issue in these linked appeals concerns the interface of two important principles of social policy. The first focuses on the rehabilitation of offenders, and is aimed at allowing those who have come into conflict with the criminal law to be able, in appropriate circumstances, to put their pasts behind them and conduct their lives without fur...

    ...for the Chief Constable of Surrey Police. Al Mustakim (instructed by Capital Solicitors, London) for ... aim, for potential employees seeking certain types of employment (particularly involving contact with children or other vulnerable ... with children, but, during the course of necessary CRB checks, the caution has been disclosed to potential employers which, it ...

  • Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust V Akinwunmi & Ors (Practice and Procedure : Absence of Party), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, June 29, 2017, [2017] UKEAT 0345_16_2906

    The Employment Appeal Tribunal (``the EAT'') dismissed an appeal from a Decision of the Employment Tribunal (``the ET'') upholding the Claimant's claim of unfair dismissal, but dismissing his claims of whistleblowing detriment and victimisation. The EAT held that the ET had been entitled, having regard to the complex background of the case, to hol...

    ... raising serious issues about the Claimant's competence and practice; on 30 November 2012 the Police told the Respondent who told the Second Respondent (but not the Claimant) that they would take no ... criticism, designed to create an impression that the Claimant was disconnected from the checks and balances in the department (paragraph 257). On the balance of probabilities, the ET held, ...

  • 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 ...

  • MM & Ors v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Court of Appeal - Administrative Court, July 05, 2013, [2013] EWHC 1900 (Admin)

    1. These are three applications for judicial review directed to common parts of amendments made to the Immigration Rules promoted and laid before Parliament by the defendant Secretary of State in June 2012. The relevant rules are set out in Appendix 1 to this judgment. The applications have been listed for hearing together. MM 2. MM is a 34 year o...

    ...He has been unable to find employment commensurate with his qualifications and at present works 37 ...6, p. 32, para. 5; the National Union of Belgian Police judgment of 27 October 1975, Series A no. 19, p. 18, para. 39; ... The idea of post-entry checks on spouses and partners remains a principle of the rules. The ...

  • Beghal (Appellant) v Director of Public Prosecutions (Respondent)

    ... a person in her position to answer questions asked by police officers, immigration officers and customs officers for the .... 23. The Reviewer has satisfied himself that port checks can help to dissuade young, nervous or peripheral members of ... disclosed upon applications for particular forms of employment were held to fail the test of legality. This was in large part ...

  • 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:...

    ...By 1999, Laila found it impossible to obtain employment and her permission to remain in Kenya as a BOC had become ...In the course of this fight, police officers arrived and Yusuf was arrested and charged with GBH, ... Laila's dependant subject to satisfactory final security checks being returned See paragraph 56 above. However, possibly ...