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Statement Template!

Discussion in 'Commuting' started by Vikeonabike, 19 Apr 2010.

  1. Touche

    Touche .

    Location:
    Edinburgh
    Was it that Mean machine with the index number DD1 again?
     
  2. Vikeonabike

    Vikeonabike CC Neighbourhood Police Constable

    Everytime.. really should stop stalking Penelope Pitstop. Dick Dastardly is about where ever she is.
     
  3. Vikeonabike

    Vikeonabike CC Neighbourhood Police Constable

    A Pleasure Mi' Lady!
     
  4. Thank you, Vike. Sadly, I've experienced an incident this morning which I've decided to report. I checked out the car details on the DVLA website, and discovered that the car concerned is not recently relicensed. At least the thug might get done for that. And driving without insurance, I'm prepared to bet.

    I shall be very surprised indeed if the Traffic Criminal 'Justice' Unit give a shoot about me.
     
  5. Wester

    Wester Senior Member

     
  6. sue perb

    sue perb Active Member

    Many thanks had to use this for a mg11 for sunday because of a white van man doing abh on me will put video up after case.
    Should it take 4 days for police to take a mg11 ?..
     
  7. Vikeonabike

    Vikeonabike CC Neighbourhood Police Constable

    Sue t 'shouldn't, make sure you also have photos, documantation of injuries etc. MG19 needs to be signed by you and request for Drs Statement if applicable!
     
  8. CopperCyclist

    CopperCyclist Veteran

    Depends on the force and their systems.

    In your case in my force, if the statement isn't taken immediately on your first contact with the police, then the job gets sent to investigation officers. How soon you get dealt with then depends on their case load and how they prioritise it, and a delay of more than a week isn't unknown.

    On the whole though, your statement should be taken at your first point of contact with the police, which should be AT MOST under 72 hours in my force.

    Different forces have different practices and policies though...
     
  9. sue perb

    sue perb Active Member

    I'm in Essex. I called 101 for advice the day of the incident (Thursday) and they told me an officer couldn't come and get my statement till 2pm Sunday. I then got a call 1.30pm Sunday telling me they wouldn't be able to make it. I offered to go to the station but they said civilian staff couldn't take my statement and that a officer would be out to me at some point.
     
  10. Vikeonabike

    Vikeonabike CC Neighbourhood Police Constable

    Keep us updated Sue, any news on police attendance yet?
     
  11. sue perb

    sue perb Active Member

    Will do they have arrest pack ready they popped round his last night but was not in ;(
     
  12. sue perb

    sue perb Active Member

    Now put on PNC :angry:.
     
  13. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    How do you know that?
     
  14. sue perb

    sue perb Active Member

    The sgt in charge let me know.
     
  15. classic33

    classic33 Legendary Member

    At least they're keeping you informed. Thats one thing I suppose.