Friday, 26 October 2012


This is why I am not expecting Peter Spindler to arrest all the paedophiles who were/are involved in the Jimmy Savile paedophile scandal

Former policeman faked records

A former Met Police officer has admitted faking records, which meant that rape cases weren't investigated properly.


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4:50 pm, Wed 12 Sep 2012
Metropolitan Police statement on Coleman-Farrow case

Commander Peter Spindler from the Metropolitan Police has issued the following statement, after a former officer from the force's Sapphire command (which deals with investigations into rape and sexual assault) admitted falsifying records.

"We expect the highest standard of conduct from our officers, particularly within the Sapphire Command with its clear focus on victim care.

"This individual clearly fell well below those standards and it is therefore only right that he take full responsibility for his failings.

"His dismissal and subsequent criminal conviction sends a clear message to both the public and colleagues that neither the police service nor the courts will tolerate such serious professional failings."
Peter Spindler
Metropolitan Police


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'Complicity or negligence?' Rape charity slams Met over Coleman-Farrow case

The charity Women Against Rape has accused the Metropoltian Police of 'complicity or negligence', after a former officer admitted faking police records and failing to properly investigate complaints of rape and sexual assault.

Ryan Coleman-Farrow, 30, pleaded guilty to 13 counts of misconduct in a public office at Southwark Crown Court today.

The charity said:

"This is a very serious case, because at least 12 victims have been denied justice and at least 11 rapists have received impunity as a direct result of this man’s actions, and they may well have felt emboldened to rape again (or even murder) having got away with it.

"Every single case this specialist officer has been involved in should be reviewed. How long had he been operating in a specialist rape unit? Why wasn’t he stopped sooner? What was the responsibility of his superiors – was it complicity or negligence?

It continued:

We have been saying for years that officers and others within the criminal justice system who are obstructing justice have to be held to account or nothing will change.

"We understand this officer has been doing it since 2007. We hope that when he is sentenced, it will properly reflect the seriousness of the crime."
– Women Against RapeUK
Women Against Rape
Metropolitan Police

4:50 pm, Wed 12 Sep 2012
'Rogue officer' faked rape case records

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said that Coleman-Farrow appeared to be a "rogue officer who set out to deceive".

Deputy Chairwoman Deborah Glass said their investigation did not reveal any systemic or serious supervisory failings, and that the Metropolitan Police had reviewed all cases where he was the officer in charge.

She said:

"While we may never fully understand the motivation for his actions, Mr Coleman-Farrow appears to have been a rogue officer who set out to deceive.

"While dealing with rogue individuals must always be a concern in any system, supervisory systems will not necessarily pick up on an officer who has concocted evidence to cover their tracks."

The Metropolitan Police dismissed Coleman-Farrow in April 2011.
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Metropolitan Police


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Former policeman admits faking records

A former detective constable at the Metropolitan Police has admitted faking police records which meant that rape cases weren't investigated properly.

Ryan Coleman-Farrow, 30, pleaded guilty to 13 counts of misconduct including falsifying witness statements and wrongly claiming that some cases had been dropped by prosecutors.
Metropolitan Police
Ryan Coleman-Farrow

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More than 130 employees were permitted by chief officers to walk out of Scotland Yard over the past year instead of facing a misconduct panel.

The force sacked 43 officers over that same period, figures show.

With police conduct under 'unprecedented' scrutiny, Commander Peter Spindler, the Metropolitan Police's discipline chief, insisted he was not letting corrupt officers off the hook.

But Mr Spindler, head of the force's directorate of professional standards, said in many cases 'it's actually more pragmatic to let them resign'

I still don't know who was responsible for falsifying a police statement that was substituted in my social work records from 40 years ago, when Stafford Police picked me up as a runaway (from abuse) and performed a clinical rape upon me to see if I had been abused. I did complain to Stafford Police about this falsified record and I was told by an officer that it was legal to falsify official records!I DONT THINK SO SOMEHOW!!!


Zoompad said...

Stafford Police allowed my records to be falsified to cover up what they did to me as a child.

The statement I was forced to make at Stafford Police Station 40 years ago was done by two MALE police officers - I can still remember very vividly the face of one of those officers - it is burned into my memory.

After the statement was made, I was then forced to submit to what I can only describe as clinical rape, in front of four male police officers (who were there to hold me down by my arms and legs if I refused to submit to what the police surgeon did to me), and a policewoman.

The four male police officers were standing by the open door as the police surgeon performed the clinical proceedure on me, which I was forced to submit to. I could hear them laughing and joking as the surgeon performed the proceedure. They must have had a very good view of what the surgeon was doing as my feet were towards the open door, which was where they were standing.

Stafford Police allowed my records to be falsified to try to cover this up, and they have libelled me by making out that I am a mentally ill attention seeker, because I have had the guts to try to complain.

I do have mental health problems, because of the abuse and reabuse, but for them to try to label me as a paranoid nutter is an absolute disgrace, as they have helped cause the PTSD that I am suffering from.

I want to know the name of the person/s who falsified that police statement.

Anonymous said...

Kensington have done the same to me. I don't blame everyone there, just the bent swine. The legal department and pedo/sadist ss.

Anon said...

Most interesting.

- aangirfan

Woman on a Raft said...

Strange subsequent case.

Det Con Ryan Colman Farrow was subject of a complaint from a woman who later killed herself. She approached the police during her work in the sex industry, saying she had collected a stalker. The case was complicated because the alleged stalker claimed she owed him money and was making the compliant in an effort to avoid the debt.

The complaint about Colman-Farrow's behaviour was that instead of investigating as the police are supposed to do:

"Ms Lison-Taylor had raised concerns that the officer investigating her case had 'manipulated her and played with her vulnerabilities', leading her to confess that she loved him.

But there was found to be no case to answer, although the IPCC ruled the officer had sent several 'inappropriate' text messages and should have reallocated the case."

The IPCC might have felt differently about the Lison-Taylor complaint if they had known that Coleman-Farrow was falsifying other documents and could not be relied on to investigate a case.