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IPCC report into the contact between Fiona Pilkington and Leicestershire Constabulary 2004-2007. Independent Investigation Final report IPCC Reference: 2009/016872. Final report Pilkington Table of contents Introduction ..5. Terms of Reference ..5. Complaints ..6. Subjects to the investigation ..6. Principal Beat Officers (PBOs) ..7. Sergeants .. 10. Inspectors .. 13. Officer responses .. 14. Investigation Review .. 19. Team Structure 2004 to 2007 .. 19. Background Information .. 22. Chronological summary of events .. 24. Outline of contact between the Pilkington family and Leicestershire Police between 9.

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1 IPCC report into the contact between Fiona Pilkington and Leicestershire Constabulary 2004-2007. Independent Investigation Final report IPCC Reference: 2009/016872. Final report Pilkington Table of contents Introduction ..5. Terms of Reference ..5. Complaints ..6. Subjects to the investigation ..6. Principal Beat Officers (PBOs) ..7. Sergeants .. 10. Inspectors .. 13. Officer responses .. 14. Investigation Review .. 19. Team Structure 2004 to 2007 .. 19. Background Information .. 22. Chronological summary of events .. 24. Outline of contact between the Pilkington family and Leicestershire Police between 9.

2 January 2004 and 4 October 25. Comprehensive Summary of contact between Fiona Pilkington and Leicestershire Constabulary between 9 January 2004 and 4 October 2007 .. 29. 2004 .. 29. 2005 .. 61. 2006 .. 66. 2007 .. 68. 101. Mrs. Pamela Cassell .. 101. A Local Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator .. 102. Chairman of Barwell Parish Council .. 104. A Local Resident .. 104. A Neighbour of Fiona Pilkington .. 105. Police Profile of Bardon Road and Barwell .. 105. Problem Solving Plans .. 107. Multi Agency Approach .. 109. Legislation .. 114. Leicestershire Constabulary Policies and Procedures 2004 to 116.

3 Leicestershire Constabulary Anti Social Behaviour Incremental Approach Policy .. 116. Leicestershire Constabulary Anti Social Behaviour Orders Policy and Protocol .. 118. Leicestershire Constabulary Anti Social Behaviour 118. Leicestershire Constabulary Police Procedures for Dealing with Hate Crime / Incidents .. 121. Leicestershire Constabulary Hate Crime Officers .. 123. Leicestershire Constabulary Community Engagement and Consultation Strategy .. 126. Leicestershire Constabulary Crime Reduction and Community 127. Version Page 2 of 182. Final report Pilkington Leicestershire Constabulary Vulnerable and Intimidated Witnesses and Victims Policy.

4 128. Leicestershire Constabulary Information Exchange Protocol .. 128. between Leicestershire Constabulary and Harborough District Council for Anti Social Behaviour, Graffiti, Litter and other associated Crimes .. 128. An Information Sharing Protocol between Leicestershire Constabulary and Victim Support Leicestershire and Rutland .. 129. Leicestershire Constabulary No Secrets - The Protection of Vulnerable Adults (Multi Agency Policy and Procedures) .. 129. Leicestershire Constabulary Guidelines for Installation and Withdrawal of Domestic Violence, Hate Attack and Autodialler Alarms.

5 130. Leicestershire Constabulary Systems and Databases .. 131. 131. INSIGHT .. 134. CIS .. 135. GENIE .. 137. Use of Systems and Databases by Officers .. 138. Officers Knowledge of the Pilkington Family .. 141. 144. Communication .. 149. Misconduct Considerations .. 153. PC A .. 153. PC B .. 157. PC C .. 159. PC D .. 161. PS E .. 163. PS F .. 165. PS G .. 167. PS H .. 168. APS I .. 169. Inspector J .. 169. Inspector K .. 170. Inspector L .. 171. Changes made by Leicestershire Constabulary .. 172. Systems and Databases .. 172. Identifying Vulnerability .. 173.

6 Call Management Centre .. 175. Mobile Data Terminals .. 176. Multi Agency Working .. 176. Leicestershire Constabulary 177. Supervision .. 178. Recommendations .. 178. 179. Addendum (2 March 2011) .. 181. Version Page 3 of 182. Final report Pilkington Version Page 4 of 182. Final report Pilkington Introduction 1. This report examines the response given by Leicestershire Constabulary to Fiona Pilkington and her family following their reporting of anti social behaviour during the period January 2004 and October 2007. 2. between 17 and 28 September 2009 an inquest into the deaths of Fiona Pilkington and her daughter Francecca was heard before Assistant Deputy Coroner Ms Olivia Davison at Loughborough Town Hall.

7 3. As a result of the inquest, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) made a communication to Leicestershire Constabulary regarding the case and on 18 September 2009. Leicestershire Constabulary referred the case to the IPCC who determined that the matter would be investigated independently. Terms of Reference 4. Below is an extract from the Terms of Reference: To investigate the circumstances surrounding the police contact with the Pilkington family prior to the death of Fiona Pilkington and Francecca Hardwick. In particular: a) To consider and review the report produced by Leicestershire Constabulary Operation Teak and the evidence given to HM.

8 Coroner in the inquest into their deaths. Once considered, the investigation will decide on the issues that require further investigation. b) When drawing conclusions and making recommendations the investigation will consider the nature and history of all the complaints made by or on behalf of Fiona Pilkington and the police response; having regard to any relevant national and local Version Page 5 of 182. Final report Pilkington police policies and guidelines. c) The investigation will consider and comment upon any specific organisational matters that may have impacted upon the police response and given the passage of time, any improvements to systems that may have been introduced since the deaths.

9 D) The investigation will consider any multi agency opportunities that may have been available to the police at the time and whether or not they were properly utilised. e) The investigation will consider and deal appropriately with any criminal or disciplinary matters identified. 5. The terms of reference were agreed by IPCC Commissioner Amerdeep Somal on 25 September 2009. Complaints 6. No complaint has been made with regard to this investigation. Subjects to the investigation 7. Following a review of the documentation provided by Leicestershire Constabulary and that obtained by the IPCC a decision was made on 19 November 2009 that the IPCC investigation would focus on calls made to the police between 9 January 2004 and 4 October 2007.

10 8. In light of the above review the investigation became subject of Special Requirements , a severity assessment was carried out and analysis of the documents led to a rationale being decided upon regarding which officers to consider for the serving of Regulation 14a Notices, as a large number of officers had encountered some level of contact with Fiona Pilkington and her family. 9. All the officers identified were served with Regulation 14a Notices in line with Regulation 14a Police (Complaints and Misconduct). (Amendment) Regulations 2008. 10. Those served with notices were identified as officers whose conduct Version Page 6 of 182.


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