Earlier this year, we successfully secured £9,500 in compensation for a client of ours, who will be referred to as “P”, after their personal information was breached by North Wales Police. This was a serious breach of data protection as North Wales Police made P’s personal information, including their banking details, visible to the public...Read More
An article in Pensions Age reported research from law firm RPC revealed a 4000% rise in data breach reports to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) in the year to June 2023. As a result, pension scheme trustees have been urged to remain mindful of cybersecurity risks and ensure their customer’s data is stored safely and...Read More
Three out of four rape and sexual assault victims say their mental health was harmed during the police investigation, according to recent research. A survey was conducted as part of the government-funded programme called Operation Soteria Bluestone, based on 2000 rape and sexual assault survivors across England and Wales. The results show 75% of respondents said...Read More
A Metropolitan Police officer who has been accused of tasering a 10-year-old girl in 2021 has been named as he faces allegations of gross misconduct. PC Johnnathan Broadhead faces a misconduct hearing after allegedly twice firing a taser at the 10-year-old in southwest London in January 2021, following reports she was threatening a woman with garden...Read More
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