Report - Police Scotland

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Report, Police Scotland
7 August 2017
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141.17 The complaints in this case arose from the applicant being stopped by police officers in connection with an alleged road traffic offence. Three complaints were reviewed, namely:

1) That officers invented the reason for stopping the applicant and had no legal right to do so;

2) That one of the officers, when provided with the name of an insurance broker stated "that's your broker, no your insurer"; and

3) That an officer expected the applicant to do his work for him by providing documents at the police station.

The review found that all of the complaints were dealt with to a reasonable standard. No further action is required.

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