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The Police and Your Civil Rights

By: Garry Crystal - Updated: 25 Apr 2017 | comments*Discuss
 
Civil Rights Police Legal Suspect

Awareness is one of the best deterrents when it comes to the police and avoiding the abuse of your civil rights. Making it known to the police that you are aware of your rights should make them more cautious when it comes to your rights.

The Police and your Rights

The police do have the right to exercise certain powers when it comes to dealing with suspects but these powers must be exercised responsibly. On the whole the police will act responsibly but there have been many cases of the police abusing the rights of suspects. The police are not above the law and there can be legal consequences if citizen’s rights are abused. The police can be sued, disciplined or even prosecuted if they infringe or abuse the rights of members of the public.

Citizen’s Rights

When confronted with the police many people will unknowingly waive a number of their civil rights. This is usually due to the fact that a great number of people are simply not aware of their basic civil rights. It may also be the case that when confronted with the police many people will simply do as the police ask. For some people the police are often imposing and even intimidating figures of power. The police represent the government but the government also acts for its citizens, and there is legal protection in place when it comes to citizen’s rights.

Know your Rights

It will be beneficial to be aware of your rights when it comes to dealing with the police, regardless of the situation. The police are less likely to break any of your civil rights if you make them aware that you do actually know what your rights are. For instance you can refuse to answer any police questions until you have taken legal advice. A number of people will simply waive this right as soon as they are questioned. If a member of the public has not been cautioned by the police then they are under no obligation to answer any police questions.

Co-operating with the Police

It will always be the best policy to co-operate with the police when they initially question you. If they ask for personal details such as your name and address then these should be given. If the police have stopped you with the intention of proceeding with a search then you do have the right to know the reason for the search. The police cannot search a member of the public without reasonable suspicion. If the police cannot give a valid reason then they should not continue with any search. Reasonable suspicion is not necessary if the suspect is in a designated stop and search area.

Codes of Practice

The powers and rights of the police are laid out in various codes of practice. The Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE) and the codes of practice contain all of the rights and powers of the police. The Pace act covers the rights of the police and the suspect when it comes to issues such as stop and search, and arresting, interviewing and detaining suspects. Any breach of these codes or the suspect’s rights can mean legal consequences for the police.

Enforcing your Rights

If your feel your civil rights have been infringed or abused by the police in any way there are a number of options open to you. Complaints against the police can be made to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). You can also make a complaint directly through your local police station. If your grievance is serious enough you can sue the police but this option should not be considered without taking expert legal advice.

Human and civil rights are in place to guarantee protection from abuse and any breach or infringement of these rights is a very serious matter. The police are not above the law and they can face the same legal consequences as any other member of the public if they do abuse the civil rights of any citizen. Read further for more information about what happens if you are detained by the police.

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Somebody is entering my house. I suspect the police. my forst and second wives both had affarid with police officers, one admits it, and say the other did too, the other denies it, but she called the police on me when we were married, but nohitng happened to me. After that i had a live in girlfreidn for a while, an eastern european. She told me she was approacehed by the police, wo told her i was some kind of master criminal and wife basher and general baddie. she told me right away, i told her about my first and second wives, and she told me things that that happen in the eastern block an ex socirt countries. y new wife has been approached by people trying to mke fraindss tt e suspet are officers. Our phones and computers are continualy hacked. when we get pple to fix them, a mysery viitor comes to the house. we have padlocked our internal doors and and changed the fornt dor locl. who ever visits leavees the front door open, and the paslocks on the ground. they never steal aything. I has some lodgers, and the wife of the lodger starting aking personal quesiton sot my wife, and it worried her. i eventually threw them out, but had to call the piolice to help. the black and white police came and were helpful. when they were pcking their truck, i notieced two peple helping them. the man a tall blond, was once spotted by me at distance appearing to come out of my path, and an old flat mate also told me of a blond tall man. i was told a man odf thi descroption used th etoilet when they were moving. today, my wiofes phone could not ocntat mine. she was urgently calling to say she has come home, and the fornt door was wide open, and the pdlocks were off the bedroom and offic edoors. we had just clened the apple mac out yesterday of all th ebugs and virus we could find. What do I do? i cant afford clandesrtine CCTV and the like. for year they seem to have tried to unde rmine both my marrriages and love reltionships as well as my employment. if I didnt have these contacts wierd problems, that i dont know baout until years later, ( i didint know about my wifes affair with her policeman until she admitted it and it h gone on for over year, she said i was danger it was bizarre, she lives in america now, and told me all this by phne after she left me. the girlfd friend i mentioend above, said the same - this goes on, and I am not imagining it, although i k now ut sounds crazy. Id dont know what to do
Bob - 22-Apr-17 @ 7:40 PM
My sister smokes a joint or 2 for pain relief she has a rare form of arthritis when she call to my house she will smoke this in my kitchen I don't smoke it myself but I don't mind her smoking in my house my annoying next door neighbour is now complaining about the smell of it even tho my sister doesn't do it all the time and now my neighbour is saying that she will ring the police in just need to no were I stand and can the police do anything do I have to let them in or anything
Nikki - 14-Apr-17 @ 1:01 AM
An assistant investigator working for the U.K. Police sent an email to my place of work stating I was a "person of interest" and implicated me in a serious crime, this was implicated by 4 different inclusions within the email. I am not I have never been arrested. This was a knowingly malicious act part of an ongoing vendetta against my partner by the police. This has caused vicious rumours that could endanger my life and certainly will cause major problems for me. Can I sue the person for libel? Thanks
Bosie - 13-Apr-17 @ 10:46 PM
Police came to my house with a search warrant and arrested my 19 year old son . They said that they have tell me to leave my house for (10 hours ) In fact . On the warrant it pacifically says they are searching for certain clothing and shoes on it . So would they not allow to be present in my home whilst they searched it . I am disabled with my spine and struggle to walk because of the pain , even so they said they need to search my home without me being present , I was in so much pain thatday . Was what they did breaking their code of practice ? What is my rights ? And can I take the police to court for it if it is illegal what they did ?
Mercedees888 - 12-Apr-17 @ 4:15 PM
Dale - Your Question:
After any fight my husband refuses to give me car keys. He always threatens you not gonna get a car and hides the keys. We have only one car per family and I can't get to work. He works from home so he doesn't need a car and I do. Is there any rights for me as a women. Can police help or where I can grt help. Thanks

Our Response:
Yes this is equivalent to abuse. You can contact the police on 101 about this or try speaking to someone at the Citizens' Advice Bureau or Victim Support
CivilRightsMovement - 11-Apr-17 @ 2:42 PM
After any fight my husband refuses to give me car keys. He always threatens you not gonna get a car and hides the keys. We have only one car per family and i can't get to work. He works from home so he doesn't need a car and i do. Is there any rights for me as a women. Can police help or where i can grt help. Thanks
Dale - 10-Apr-17 @ 7:31 AM
Smith - Your Question:
I have fell out with my neighbors opposite me because of my van parked outside there house. It is not blocking his drive and is parked in between his house and his next door neighbor. Do the police have any rights telling me to move the van or them moving it for me. I have tools in there and I feel I need to keep it there to keep watch over it.

Our Response:
As long as you are not contravening any parking restrictions and there are no local regulations relating to commercial vehicles in residential areas, there's not much the police can do.
CivilRightsMovement - 7-Apr-17 @ 12:47 PM
I have fell out with my neighbors opposite me because of my van parked outside there house. It is not blocking his drive and is parked in between his house and his next door neighbor. Do the police have any rights telling me to move the van or them moving it for me. I have tools in there and I feel I need to keep it there to keep watch over it.
Smith - 1-Apr-17 @ 5:33 PM
On the 27th two officers came to my home and arrested my boyfriend for revoke Bond my boyfriend had my car keys and Bluetooth headset on him I watched one of the officers take both off of him and stuck car keys in his pocket and Bluetooth around his neck then the officer came inside and looked around the house and left when I went to leave to try to see what I could do to get my boyfriend out I could not find my car keys nor my Bluetooth headset I called the officer and he said that he put them in my house with all his other belongings that was with him on the kitchen counter I have tore my house apart trying to find them now the officer says he isn't sure what he did with them and have yet to find my keys and Bluetooth headset it is going to cost me a $250 to get another key for just my ignition switch that is not counting changing the door locks. what can I do or what should I do because of the officer lost or misplaced my Keys? Because I can not afford that.
Beebee - 2-Mar-17 @ 6:47 PM
I was stopped at the airport to have my passport checked randomly. The two officers tried to make small talk. They kept asking me questions about my work. At one point I asked them why that matters and they asked me come into a room. They showed me a leaflet and contined asking more questions. Asking my phone number, calling from their phone to see if I waa giving the right one. Asking who my network provider was. Really bizzare treatment. At the end they told me they stopped me because I was trying to merge with other people whilst passig them. Is it normal to ask details like network provider and then check the number?
tbhas - 2-Mar-17 @ 2:54 PM
Sam - Your Question:
I was charge in possession of my van on the 18th of January after falling asleep on the passenger side I had wine and fell asleep I did not drive under the influence however I woke up cold so I turned on the engine to get warm and then I heard a tap on the window.the police had arrived and I was over the recommend limit so I was taken to the police station.i have never been in trouble with them ever in my life and didn't know I did wrong by turning the engine on.they kept me for 15 hrs and I didn't get a call till 12 hrs after I was there.i wasn't treated very nice and was ignored very often after pressing the buzzer for toilet roll as I have chronic ibs and I wasn't fed properly.after finally getting my phone call to my partner who didn't know where I was then released 3 hrs later for him picking me up and telling me that my van had been broken into.all my work stuff had been stolen from my van.nearly 9000 pounds worth.as a result that was caused by the police that arrested me moving my van from where I parked it and not making sure it was locked.we have CCTV from a friends house where they moved it to and the officer getting out and locking the driver side but not any other doors.from then we have two vehicles on the same CCTV pulling up around 3hrs later taking all my equipment.the theft was reported straight away as I returned from station after my detainment and told them the next day we had CCTV of what happened.it took the police over 13 days before they came even though we had footage.we told them we knew the culprits as they live just four doors away.its a complete and utter injustice and not only am I now not working because my stuff was taken I am having to depend on others looking after me and I have worked self employed for over 20 years.so far I have no response to my complaint from the police.i got my justice by loosing my licence and community service so where is my justice for what they did??

Our Response:
You will most probably need to consult a legal professional if you want to claim compensation for this.
CivilRightsMovement - 23-Feb-17 @ 2:49 PM
I was charge in possession of my van on the 18th of January after falling asleep on the passenger side I had wine and fell asleep I did not drive under the influence however I woke up cold so I turned on the engine to get warm and then I heard a tap on the window.the police had arrived and I was over the recommend limit so I was taken to the police station.i have never been in trouble with them ever in my life and didn't know I did wrong by turning the engine on.they kept me for 15 hrs and I didn't get a call till 12 hrs after I was there.i wasn't treated very nice and was ignored very often after pressing the buzzer for toilet roll as I have chronic ibs and I wasn't fed properly.after finally getting my phone call to my partner who didn't know where I was then released 3 hrs later for him picking me up and telling me that my van had been broken into.all my work stuff had been stolen from my van.nearly 9000 pounds worth.as a result that was caused by the police that arrested me moving my van from where I parked it and not making sure it was locked.we have CCTV from a friends house where they moved it to and the officer getting out and locking the driver side but not any other doors.from then we have two vehicles on the same CCTV pulling up around 3hrs later taking all my equipment.the theft was reported straight away as I returned from station after my detainment and told them the next day we had CCTV of what happened.it took the police over 13 days before they came even though we had footage.we told them we knew the culprits as they live just four doors away.its a complete and utter injustice and not only am I now not working because my stuff was taken I am having to depend on others looking after me and I have worked self employed for over 20 years.so far I have no response to my complaint from the police.i got my justice by loosing my licence and community service so where is my justice for what they did??
Sam - 22-Feb-17 @ 9:31 PM
My step daughter left home recently under bad circumstances cutting off all contact with the family. She works in the local store where my wife and i have shopped for many years. She has now complained to the police that we are going into the shop to purposely upset and harass her(we have not spoken to her for in excess of a month). We have now received 3 phone calls from the police 'advising' us to not shop there any more or run the risk of being arrested and i have been told i may lpse my job. The officer concerned has told is to drive three miles down the road and shop in other stores. The shop in question is less than one minutes walk from my home and the shop management have no issues with us shopping there. Are the poloce allpwed to do this? Any advice?
Tarka - 2-Feb-17 @ 7:07 PM
2plain clothes officers came to my home but I wasn't in. My 16 yr old daughter spoke to them. They asked where I was,who she was in house with,what her fathers name was+ifvi used to live at previous address. They asked for my number+phoned it while they were there. Told her I knew what they wanted. They never identified themselves+left no contact details or a card. Very intimidating to a young girl stood in her dressing gown. Why would plain clothes rather than uniform come out?
srar - 5-Jan-17 @ 7:15 AM
Police keep knocking without a warrant wanting to search my house looking for my son's friend. Have not seen this friend in a few years. My son is in the army now. I tell them this and they say they will keep knocking mob handed. They say they have information that he's coming in and out this address. He's never been to my address! Told them to look at the cctv outside my house to check. I can't sleep or relax. I will not let them just come in to check it's a damn cheek.
Sa - 31-Dec-16 @ 6:22 AM
VexatiousVi - Your Question:
I wish to blow the whistle on fraud and corruption involving two high profile publicly elected officials, my local council, high ranking police personnel, and a law firm. I have much evidence collated and although I have attempted to contact each individual already I have been ignored and/or dismissed as vexatious or harassed and threatened by police officers who do not seem to exist on any official it's I can find. My human and civil rights have been breached as well as my confidentiality. I believe my online data may also have been accessed. I have requested assistance from various organisations who have all promised to help me, only to withdraw their offer inexplicably within a day or so. I am frightened, and I have become isolated - something which has been aided by the aforementioned officials - and I fear further retribution. I have been denied assistance that I am legally entitled to, defrauded out of legal aid funding, and denied the right to complain without prejudice or discrimination. I do not know where to go for help, who to trust, or who I can confide in without judgement or retribution. Any advice would be welcome and gratefully received. Thank you.

Our Response:
If you can't afford legal help you could try Citizen's Advice. You could also make representations directly to:
Local Government Ombudsman - about the council
Independent Police Complaints Commission - about the police
Solicitors Regulation Authority - about the solicitor
CivilRightsMovement - 6-Dec-16 @ 10:24 AM
I wish to blow the whistle on fraud and corruption involving two high profile publicly elected officials, my local council, high ranking police personnel, and a law firm. I have much evidence collated and although I have attempted to contact each individual already I have been ignored and/or dismissed as vexatious or harassed and threatened by police officers who do not seem to exist on any official it's I can find. My human and civil rights have been breached as well as my confidentiality. I believe my online data may also have been accessed. I have requested assistance from various organisations who have all promised to help me, only to withdraw their offer inexplicably within a day or so. I am frightened, and I have become isolated - something which has been aided by the aforementioned officials - and I fear further retribution. I have been denied assistance that I am legally entitled to, defrauded out of legal aid funding, and denied the right to complain without prejudice or discrimination. I do not know where to go for help, who to trust, or who I can confide in without judgement or retribution. Any advice would be welcome and gratefully received. Thank you.
VexatiousVi - 3-Dec-16 @ 1:09 PM
I wish to blow the whistle on fraud and corruption involving two high profile publicly elected officials, my local council, high ranking police personnel, and a law firm. I have much evidence collated and although I have attempted to contact each individual already I have been ignored and/or dismissed as vexatious or harassed and threatened by police officers who do not seem to exist on any official it's I can find. My human and civil rights have been breached as well as my confidentiality. I believe my online data may also have been accessed. I have requested assistance from various organisations who have all promised to help me, only to withdraw their offer inexplicably within a day or so. I am frightened, and I have become isolated - something which has been aided by the aforementioned officials - and I fear further retribution. I have been denied assistance that I am legally entitled to, defrauded out of legal aid funding, and denied the right to complain without prejudice or discrimination. I do not know where to go for help, who to trust, or who I can confide in without judgement or retribution. Any advice would be welcome and gratefully received. Thank you.
VexatiousVi - 3-Dec-16 @ 8:32 AM
A raid took place at my home, police did not shout before they started breaking my door in. Once inside one female officer took me into the back room and twice ripped open my dressing gown. I wasn't wearing anything underneath. Threatsand shouting me & my son are going to prison !!! I was taken to police station where I told them I suffer from ptsd and was totally ignored. No charges were brought for me & I am now homeless and my ptsd is at a dangerous level where I am struggling with suicidal thoughts. Police were called a few years previously when I was found after a serious suicide attempt. Can they do this? I had fingerprints & swabs taken & entered on to the police database even though I was very against this. They took possessions which were not returned when released without charge or bail conditions. This wrecked my job, I couldn't afford to fix door for 10 days and was an emotional wreck. I am suicidal and don't know how to cope. When an armed robbery took place at some previous address which became the reason for the ptsd in the first place. The cid turned up & the first thing they asked was am I working? Yes I was. Then they came to the conclusion it was an insurance job!!! I wasn't insured. Great crime solving abilities hey?What can I do?
Dee - 25-Nov-16 @ 10:31 AM
On a journey to work on quiet roads last weekend I and a couple of other cars over took.I in turn over took 3 cars in a 17 mile journey in legal overtaking places (broken white lines), there are no speed cameras and no way of proving what speed any cars were travelling that mornin. Two of the cars I over took turned out to be (and at least one of them is confirmed ), off duty police. The first one didn't take umbrage however the second guy did. After I over took he drove dangerously close to my bumper flashing his lights constantly until after about 0.3-0.5 mile further down road I felt forced to pull over to avoid an incident. At this point he pulled up behind me and started berating my driving. Showed me a badge(with no picture), said he and his colleague are off duty (his 'colleague'also pulled up behind me) Asked for my licence which he then took a photo of on his own phone and then took a photo of the rear of my car told me he'd speak to me later and allowed me on my way.this took a couple of mins. Later I started having doubts, as the nature of his driving seemed aggressive so I phoned 101 to see if it had been logged. It hadn't. By 4pm west mercia phoned me back and told me they suspected it was crime related and to come in to make a statement and to not answer my door to anyone. Well at 10.30pm approx the guy who confronted me in the morning banged on my door(he was alone), now dressed as an officer so I phoned 999 in a panic and he confirmed his collar no. And Was a p.c.He said many things to me in my kitchen I didn't agree with, cautioned me and charged me with inconsiderate/careless driving 'upto' a certain speed which be had previously said was higher. Having a fine points etc isn't what's keeping me awake at night. It's his conduct on the roads. The fact he didnt do any road side checks on my vehicle. No breathalyse test it calling an on duty officer (it was 7.20am) and after implying I'm a danger allowed me on my way within minutes. He Attended my property alone and I have a clean record.
Savvy - 24-Nov-16 @ 11:02 AM
Police officer came to the garage i work and said he wanted access the CCTV. I explained to him that i have to check with my senior first if they can go to office as we are not allowed to without either the disclosure or any other official request. He didnt like me saying "please let me talk to my senior first" and said he doesnt need any documentation and didnt want to hear "no". He said he gives me one minute and will enter the property. I felt intimidated and was scared. Felt terribly disrespected as my team saw this happening. Do they have a right to access cctv like that???
Yyib54 - 17-Nov-16 @ 10:48 PM
Can an officer that is leading an investigation take the witness out of the investigation room by themselves and have a private conversation?
12dw - 14-Nov-16 @ 5:05 PM
Once i have been with my friends..while the police officer has been taking my brothers details, he said "are yous the ones i have been at your house..." he tried to went on telling why but i over talked him with a "yes,yes,yes,yes,yes..." Until he got the hint and didn't say more. He said that in front of all my friends, is he allowed to do that? Is that not confidential information?
Kk210922 - 8-Nov-16 @ 4:30 PM
Laurie- Your Question:
My uncle is a police detective. My parents threat that they can see all my messages as he can get access to them and they claim to have done this to my sisters phone. Is this possible? Can they really just see my Facebook messages and my other social media messages because of their connections? Surely this isn't legal?

Our Response:
No it wouldn't be legal. They can only do this if they have reason to believe you have committed a crime.
CivilRightsMovement - 1-Nov-16 @ 10:28 AM
My uncle is a police detective. My parents threat that they can see all my messages as he can get access to them and they claim to have done this to my sisters phone. Is this possible? Can they really just see my Facebook messages and my other social media messages because of their connections? Surely this isn't legal?
Laurie - 30-Oct-16 @ 10:56 AM
Hi, I was stopped by the police and asked for my name, date of birth and address. I voluntarily gave them this information. After a short discussion, I was warned about my behaviour but it was decided that I hadn't committed any offence. Do the police have the right to retain my personal details on their files? I wasn't arrested or cautioned.
Pevsner - 2-Oct-16 @ 6:10 PM
Hi there just a bit of advice please, after leaving a football match with my daughter who was in my arms and is 21month old(who attends the football regularly with me) I shouted towards our team manager with a few swear words with no violence or aggression shown, along with many other disgruntled football fans of my team, suddenly 2 female police officer approached me quickly and one put her hands on my chest and pushed me towards a car where my path was blocked. I asked her to take her hands off me but she continued to push me. She stated in her opinion as a father I was in the wrong and asked for my details and my daughters of which I refused my daughters details, she continued with her colleague to threaten me with action( of which I pointed they had no right as I had committed no crime and was not breaking the law. To say the least it was pretty intimidating and thankfully my daughter was not fazed by it all nor by my shout.Q1) is she because she is a police officer entitled to physical push me with no lawful reasoning? Q2) is she as a police officer able to pass judgment on me as a father.Thanks for any advice. For the matter I gave my name but not my daughters and 15 mins later after a police check was clear I left more disgruntled with the police force than my football team. No action taken" just some friendly advice by the police force" but heavy handed I felt. I just want to know if police offers have the right to push citizens without a cause?
Dufc - 18-Sep-16 @ 10:45 PM
flower - Your Question:
Not long ago, my mothers boyfriend and I had a fight over a stupid tv remote. I mean he's the adult here. I wanted to at what films were on as he was watching the football. He turns to the remote as I go to pick it up and he snatches it, mind you I still have my hand on it. We end up fighting over the remote. Mother tried to intervene and stop it but couldn't. I was scared that he was going to go for me so I grabbed his jumper. He told me to get off, I didn't as was scared. So he grabs hold of my arm and twists it right the way round. Then puts my arm right back onto my back. I then end up face down on the sofa. He then verbally shouts and swears at me. He really scared me. He shouldn't of assaulted me like that. I'm a child he's the adult. I need help what to do. Shall I tell the police and get them to have a chat with him do he never does this again. He has anger issues. Should I say something or nothing ??

Our Response:
Definitely say something! You don't deserve to be treated like this. You could try calling childline for some advice on 0800 1111.
CivilRightsMovement - 13-Sep-16 @ 12:08 PM
I was coming home through immigration (I have been a UK Passport holder since birth) when, after being cleared at the immigration desk,I was stopped by a female Police Officer (she was standing by a lectern which said Police Scotland, so I assume she was Police rather than immigration). I was subjected to extremely intrusive questioning: name, address, date of birth, employment, employer, employers address, where I'd been, for how long, the Hotel names where I'd stayed, purpose of my visit, who did I know there, etc. I was given no reason for being questioned and (this is what seriously annoyed me) a record was made in a notebook. I asked what would happen to the notes she had made and her response was she was obliged to note who's she'd stopped. I repeated that wasn't my question - what would become of the notes she had made. She blanked me and told me to go. They then telephoned or radioed Customs officers and got them to stop me and search every inch of my luggage. I know this because I got quite annoyed when stopped again and said I'd just been grilled for 10 min utes by the police and one of the Customs officers said "We know". Of course nothing untoward was found and after 45 mins I was able to leave. My concern is not so much around their right to stop people - my concern is what happens to those notes? I have not been arrested, detained, cautioned, or charged - so what right do the Police have to retain that record. Frankly if they do not have a resonable suspicion that i have done something (which I havent) why should they be able to keep notes on my movements? Your advice appreciated
Harry - 11-Sep-16 @ 6:01 PM
Not long ago, my mothers boyfriend and I had a fight over a stupid tv remote. I mean he's the adult here. I wanted to at what films were on as he was watching the football. He turns to the remote as I go to pick it up and he snatches it, mind you I still have my hand on it. We end up fighting over the remote. Mother tried to intervene and stop it but couldn't. I was scared that he was going to go for me so I grabbed his jumper. He told me to get off, I didn't as was scared. So he grabs hold of my arm and twists it right the way round. Then puts my arm right back onto my back. I then end up face down on the sofa. He then verbally shouts and swears at me. He really scared me. He shouldn't of assaulted me like that. I'm a child he's the adult. I need help what to do. Shall I tell the police and get them to have a chat with him do he never does this again. He has anger issues. Should I say something or nothing ??
flower - 11-Sep-16 @ 5:49 PM
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  • Dale
    Re: The Police and Your Civil Rights
    After any fight my husband refuses to give me car keys. He always threatens you not gonna get a car and hides the keys. We…
    10 April 2017
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