Why would the IPCC tell you to seek Judicial review?
Another section of the justice system has said the same thing, however it is not as easy as one might imagine, by the time you have exhausted yourself trying to follow the path of righteousness the time has usually elapsed.
The most vital and important factor of the justice system is the beginning, when the police are called, how it is handled, listening and obtaining statements from each side, if things go wrong at this point, the whole system can spiral out of control.
I can well understand a police station sticking together, however if a child or an adult goes to the police station to report a direct threat made towards them, then it shouldn't be ignored, because if it is ignored you are leaving the child or the adult in a very vulnerable position.
If a police complaints investigation is then followed through by an Inspector from the same area and they find faults within the system and report on it, they are then in a vulnerable position too, if they are not allowed to produce the original report and their findings then they too are left.
If the IPCC know the above and tell you to seek Judicial Review, you wonder why?
Why the system fails, it doesn't have in place the ability to review in the early stages, whether you get merits for convictions, or merits for conduct, I don't know.
The last incident occurred on 25th May 2012, the Seargant and police officer didn't leave a card, they said they would go back on the case and the incidents recorded and come back to us within a couple of weeks, maybe it is taking longer than expected, or maybe they too will come back with the answer, seek judicial review?