Judgement – Goodland, R (On the Application Of) v Chief Constable Of Staffordshire Police

19 thoughts on “Judgement – Goodland, R (On the Application Of) v Chief Constable Of Staffordshire Police

  • 2020-09-18 at 12:06 pm
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    The outcome of this disgraceful excuse for Two Judicial Reviews should come as a tremendous shock to me.”IT DOES N’T”.Given the amount of money,time and effort expended by Morgan,Ellis,Coley and their cohorts,had this inexperienced and deliberately chosen Judge not found in favour of S P, every aspect of The Force would have been exposed in its entirety.No where to hide.The Great British public would learn about every grubby,dishonest and shameful act and SP would have crumbled and fallen like building blocks.This of course could not been aloud to happen.What would have happened to Priti Patels promised Covenant then?..For anyone who feels down hearted,sad or disappointed”PLEASE DON’T BE.When S P gets hit with the next barrage which is waiting the wings,HEAD’S WILL ROLL and they won’t be Police Officers retired as a result of being Injured doing Their sworn duty To Queen and Country.Very Dark Forces in high positions have been involved Here.To Quote Captain Sir Tom.”Tomorrow will be a good Day”

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  • 2020-09-17 at 4:44 pm
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    I’m sure that when I was medically discharged with a Band 4 injury pension that the SMP at the time had all my medical notes. So why, when being reviewed do they want to see them all again? The SMPs are obviously looking for the slightest medical information to downgrade your pension. They seem to be conducting these reviews with a new found malicious zeal!

    You can attend a review with medical reports from your GP and Consultants and yet the SMP will completely disregard them saying they are biased!!

    Yet, the SMPs are being handsomely paid by the forces to write their reports. Surely they’re biased as well?!

    It’s a complete travesty. Anybody thinking of becoming a Police Officer should seriously consider another choice of career!

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  • 2020-09-17 at 4:22 pm
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    Such a bad result for everyone sadly. And it smells badly of something rotten. Yet again we are shafted and the IOD’s are the losers again.
    Only hope we can get an appeal and hope against hope for a Judge who is fair and impartial.

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  • 2020-09-17 at 10:59 am
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    The UK injustice system strikes again.

    So if this is not a money saving venture and they do not seek to lower banding’s, what is it all about?, the welfare of IOD’s?

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  • 2020-09-17 at 10:35 am
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    This judgment makes no sense at all.

    One of the most simple yet main points raised in this highly important case was that it is not stated in the regulations that the retired injured officers have to consent or supply their personal, private GP medical records upon a review of their injury award.

    I will stand corrected on this specific point, so please show me where it is stated in the regulations.

    If it is not stated in regulations or law then it is not happening, it is that simple.
    You cannot interpret or manipulate them to suit your narrative and you really need to get your head around this Gareth Morgan.

    So in this case, on that alone it stands to reason that the this judgment and process is obviously flawed and can therefore not be regarded as justice in a legal process.

    There is absolute clarity here that the points have not been listened to correctly by the Judge and that the regulations have been allowed to be interpreted and manipulated, yet again by influence.

    Why was this Judge planted at the very latter stages!?

    Serious questions need to be raised as to why the regulations have clearly been allowed to be wrongfully interpreted in a court by this inexperienced Judge.

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  • 2020-09-17 at 9:34 am
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    Maybe the videoing or recording of SMP examinations would result in a feeling there would be a fairer outcome.

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  • 2020-09-17 at 8:33 am
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    Let’s concentrate on the Judge here and not the judgement, as the judgment given is irrelevant in this case when you look at the highly likely infiltration and seemingly corruption and ignorance displayed.

    You cannot deny that the change of Judge at the eleventh hour clearly stands out in this case and does not sit well at all. Join the dots and look for the connections.

    The judgment given could also cause questions to be raised as to whether there is HO ifluence in this case aswell as a networking craft.

    The whole system concerning IOD Police Officers, including their entitlement to their pensions and awards has clearly been manipulated and infiltrated by corrupt mindsets to design a system that breaks them, to take their dignity, to kick them whilst they are down, to further destroy their lives, to magnify their already suffering, in hope the Officers back down, give up, or in some tragic circumstances the Officers take their own lives because of the tyranny treatment by individuals who help manipulate this system to break them.

    It falls nothing short of an assault.

    The crude fact of the matter is, the likes of Morgan voice they want to save money, when in fact they use obscene amounts of public money to pay for their legal chases in an attempt to satisfy their personal vendettas against injured Officers who dare to challenge the wrong doings.

    Let’s not forget the actual obscene pensions, in this particular example that Morgan will be retiring on. It makes an IOD Officers pension seem like loose change.

    It is clearly a fraudulent system that attempts to keep injured Police Officers subservient to the Forces and their manipulated system, which should not be allowed to continue.

    I have no doubt this will be a short lived celebration for you and your shameful team Morgan.

    Prayers and thoughts to the 17 victims and their families in this case. Keep strong as true justice will prevail.

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  • 2020-09-17 at 8:00 am
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    I find the judgment hard to comprehend at para 46 we see…objection to the PPA gathering information at the request of the SMP provided appropriate steps are taken in relation to issues of confidentiality and data protection….when has a PPA ever considered these issues correctly, lets see the law and the protection it purports to offer distributed evenly!

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  • 2020-09-17 at 7:58 am
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    OK – that stinks – but let’s get the appeal rolling – I do believe that justice will prevail eventually.

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  • 2020-09-17 at 6:52 am
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    An absolute travesty. The judgement has no correlation with the actual wording of pension regulations. Its seems more how the Judge has interpreted it to mean in an ideal world – for the Forces – without any recourse or reference to the regs as they are actually printed. I do hope it progresses the supreme court and the seventeen prevail.

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  • 2020-09-16 at 10:53 pm
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    With such an important and far reaching judgement it is only right and proper that leave to appeal is given.
    To let this stand would have a major Impact, no a devastating impact to many injured on duty former police officers particularly to former Staffordshire Police officers who took the word of that force who promised in writing that they would only review again if requested by the pensioner.
    That promise has proved worthless, an almost unbelievable state of affairs made worse by the ruthless manner in which these reviews are being conducted. Our only “crime” was to be injured doing our duty yet we are mercilessly pursued with all the tenacity and effort reserved for Investigating serious crimes.
    Anyone considering a career with the police should consider very carefully how they will be treated and manage to survive financially should they become injured whilst doing their duty. You will get no help or assistance at all from the police and will be treated like a financial liability.
    Our fight for justice is not over.
    “Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”( Winston Churchill )

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  • 2020-09-16 at 10:30 pm
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    So much for an independent judiciary.

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  • 2020-09-16 at 10:10 pm
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    If this judgement stands, understand the repercussions!
    They are not only for the 17, they r for society as a whole.
    Read the transcript, understand the issues and the judgement does not stand up to scrutiny!
    Expect an appeal and let’s trust in justice!

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  • 2020-09-16 at 10:09 pm
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    I can`t get the link across but please listen to Tom Petty “I Won’t Back Down” on youtube it says it all for all of us

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  • 2020-09-16 at 9:32 pm
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    If this is rolled out over all benefits then patient doctor confidentiality is lost for all claimants

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  • 2020-09-16 at 9:24 pm
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    I find it very odd that the Judge in this case was swopped what, four days before the case and that everything ruled against IOD’s. Coincidence? There is no such thing.

    Who is ever going to want to join the Police once some of the experiences of Officers Injured on Duty’s’ experiences are published? I strongly advise against it to anyone I know who are considering it now. Put your life on the line to be let down when you get injured? No Thanks.

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  • 2020-09-16 at 9:10 pm
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    Judge changed at the 11th hour and all decisions against the Staffs Officers…. Justice isn’t blind, she’s corrupted by money and savings

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  • 2020-09-16 at 8:30 pm
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    This is such a perverse decision an appeal must be made.

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