Graham v Chief Constable of West Mercia Constabulary and Others: QBD 14 Jan 2011

The claimant had lost work as a police interpreter after being accused of the harassment of a police officer. The accusation led to a ‘first harassment warning’. She sought damages alleging unlawful arrest, false iprisonment harassment and otherwise.
Held: Her correspondence was inappropriate and she had continued after being clearly requested to stop. It amounted to harassment. The arrest had been lawful. However the searches and seizures had been unlawful.
Richard Seymour QC J
[2011] EWHC 4 (QB)
Protection from Harassment Act 1997, Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 24
England and Wales

Updated: 17 August 2021; Ref: scu.428198