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What to do if you Suspect Your Neighbours of Drug Offences

By: Jeff Durham - Updated: 26 Sep 2021 | comments*Discuss
 
Drug Dealing Neighbour Drug Offences

Quite often it may take some time for you to realise that neighbours living nearby may be involved with the supplying or buying of drugs. The whole world of illegal drug dealing is often a ‘cloak and dagger’ affair where activities are carried out in a very quiet, unassuming manner and there is often no specific ‘visual’ clues as to what a drug dealer looks like. Many of them can be dressed very smartly and drive around in luxury cars.

It’s also a myth to assume that drug dealing only occurs in deprived pockets of inner city areas. While this stereotypical assumption is perfectly understandable as many inner city communities are indeed blighted by the supply and use of illegal drugs, they are certainly not the only areas where drugs are a problem. In fact, this is far from being the truth.

Expensive suburbs and rural areas can have a problem with drugs and it’s not just a matter of ‘down and outs’ and those who you might assume would be your ‘typical’ drug dealer or drug addict who will always be on the lookout for their next ‘fix’. Many professional people whom you might think are responsible citizens and even ‘role models’ within your local community can fall prey to drug addiction. Therefore, drug dealing and related offences can occur just about anywhere.

Spotting The Signs

Some of the telltale signs that drug dealing activity may be going on in your neighbourhood include the steady flow of visitors to a nearby residence. Other things like watching out for brief encounters at the likes of your local park, bus stop or even on the street can also arouse suspicion. If you do suspect a neighbour of being involved with some form of drug dealing or trafficking whether as a seller or buyer, you should inform the police.

What You Should Be Observing

To help police with their investigations, you should Keep A Record Of Your Observations. These should include the nature of your observations and the times and location of where they took place. Also try to provide the police with a description of the person or people involved, and their vehicles, preferably with number plate information too, if possible.

If You’re Worried About Being Identified

If you are concerned that you will be identified as a result of you ‘shopping’ a suspected drug dealer to the police, don’t be. The police will guarantee that any information which is supplied to them is treated with the Strictest Confidentiality. If, however, you’re still concerned, by using a public payphone or writing into the police anonymously, you will still be able to assist the police with their investigations which they will appreciate.

Drugs and drug dealing have the potential to ravage a neighbourhood and can, left unchecked, turn what may once have been a prosperous and peaceful neighbourhood into one which becomes riddled by crime and anti-social behaviour. Therefore, it is important that you act as soon as possible if you’ve a strong suspicion that drug offences are taking place within your neighbourhood, as failure to act quickly will often mean that the problems associated with drug offences will only escalate and further disrupt and damage your local community.

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If you're still not sure if you should get the police involved and how to contact them read our feature about When to Get The Police Involved.

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I have for the past four years been the victim of hate crimes from my next door neighbour and her whole family.This we found was because when we moved in my two dogs were made very aware of someone constantly in a wooden wendy house in there garden at night. We have since found out after having to install cctv that the Wendy house thing is because of cocaine use which is why the hate crimes started so we would move.I have cctv with audio yet the police do nothing, I have given the dealers name and car reg, make model etc they do nothing, he meets the dealer in the street and is so cocky about it. They have managed to even make the police believe that because I have to take very strong pain killers with morphine on top that I am crazy. I maybe riddled with pain but one thing I'm not is crazy and certainly not stupid yet I was told to keep gathering evidence and believe me I now have plenty.I am however starting to believe that the reason the police will not do anything is because the new sergeant who started just over a year ago came to see me and he lied to my face so I had strong words with him and ever since I've been made to feel like the nasty thugs my neighbours are.You can't trust the police because they actually did tell my neighbour I mentioned about him and drugs which the police later told me this was the new approach to policing. Absolutely shocking and sad when innocent people are made to feel like the criminals.
Bonny - 26-Sep-21 @ 2:05 AM
@Tina: I would not call the police out on false pretences, as this would just make things a lot worse for the rest of us that really do have an issue with people stinking out our properties with illegal drugs. If your issue is still ongoing, you need to record the abuse. That is a hate crime, so you don't need any other excuse to call the police. But you do need evidence, otherwise the people doing it will deny it. Hope this helps.
Blue - 14-Jun-21 @ 2:19 PM
I have this issue too. Smell of drugs coming into my property on a daily, and/or nightly basis. Life has been brought to a complete standstill because of this. Police do nothing, and housing association did the absolute minimum. Have taken this further, and will update on here, if I have any success. I think we need to start a campaign. Police are treating the victims as the perpetrators. This needs to STOP!
Blue - 14-Jun-21 @ 1:52 PM
Yes it’s amazing the local corrupt cops haven’t arrested me as two years ago a sergeant threatened me with harassment of the begging alcoholic drug dealing drug addict. Now my health has crashed and the police and the landlord are adamant they have evidence of illegal drugs and that the tenant is as pure as the driven snow. I have every reason to believe because I have been told by someone who works for the housing association that she is a police informer and under police protection. Only this year did a housing officer give the truth away by asking me “ but how do you know that? It’s data protection”. Well there you go I have asthma. Breathing difficulties. And now a cough but I don’t smoke. And usually that con and her chums are smoking in the early hours.
Truth - 10-May-21 @ 12:48 PM
I live in Liskeard Cornwall this is the 6th year iv been subjected to torturing LFN and vibrations due to suspected drug manufacturing and dealers next door to me a generator is also used in the proccess I cant believe the authorities have allowed this hell to carry on for so long,it's like they cant be bothered to act on information and complaints ..there is zero justice in this country for the victims of these vile selfish criminals activities...
Redwhale - 29-Apr-21 @ 9:07 PM
Do not bother reporting you will get accused of harassment and receive threats of arrest for waisting police time. From 2017 reported smells of cannabis within in fathers home had visits from police and threatened with arrest for waisting police time. Neighbours sister came round in January 2019 and made a threat that her father or husband was going to assault me through my father. Had further visits from police then on July 30th 2019 was walking up street after finishing work was assaulted by neighbours father rang police when got home told police changed name by deed poll in 4th August 2019 police officers from area team came again threatening to arrest for waisting police time. Made a complaint to professional standards did not here any thing regarding assault was asked to go to police Station on the 28th August 2019 for a voluntary interview attended and felt police did not believe me. Sometime in September 2019 police officer who was investigating the assault came to my home address said issuing me an adult community resolution order for assault for 12 months and stated neighbours father put a counter claim for assault when father and uncle present stated if I did not sign the order would arrest me for affray and may end up going to police station for second voluntary interview when looking at order got my name wrong and issued it in my previous name. Made another complaint to professional standards and they apologised for this. Neighbour made a malicious complaint and stated that she was frightened and harrased and wanted me thrown out of the house called my father's landlord and police tried getting me evicted. Police came and was asking for letting agents details unofficially visited letting agent and tried making me homeless. In March 2020 neighbour was doing house up out side when lock down just came in was removing paint from house and made mess in garden father went outside and asked neighbour to clean mess out of our garden neighbours boyfriend refused and stated you tried getting my child took off me. Made further reports to smells of cannabis in home. On the 23 of April 2020 police officers once again came to home address when I was at work demanded that me and father went to police station on the 29 of April 2020 father refused and was once again threatened of arrest if we did not attend when in interviews made a load of false allegations and did not here anything after that. Was still getting smells of cannabis in home in May 2020 same police officers who was harassing me and father came to our home address tried issuing harassment warnings claiming were harassing neighbour with camera. Other police officer sent email to letting agent issuing me and father harresment warning claiming harrased neighbour and whole street tried getting me and father evicted when letting agent contacted police officer. Did not here nothing after making another complaint to professional standards and Iopc
J - 19-Apr-21 @ 1:48 AM
Hello. I have problem with my neightbour. When we move in is nice and quiet place. After month we know they start somke canbis on the garden with no problem when they kids play on it. After that i gind out her son is a drag diler. I give all video when I record him to police oficer in my town and after 2 month notjing change he still go on car parks and sell drugs. Someone have any idea what can I do?? I think to sell my hoise....
Kotson90 - 12-Apr-21 @ 4:44 PM
We have a neighbour who openly deals drugs, the cars pull up outside his house, he goes out and you can hear what they say. He isnt bothered at all. Police dont seem to give a crap either. We want to sell our house but cant because of him. He smokes it himself and used to have kids in his house too. How we ever ended up living next to that I have no idea, and its us that have to move!!! Welcome to 21st century Britain
Stubzy - 31-Mar-21 @ 4:28 PM
I just got a new neighbor who doesn't work but has purchased expensive furniture. Everytime they smoke weed it stinks up my apartment through the vents and causes headaches for me. They smoke weed and drink alcohol with children in the house. The landlord won't do anything as long as she pays her rent. She has a purple porch light that stays on unless she leaves. Sick of it
Skeet - 23-Mar-21 @ 10:40 AM
We have a no subletting on our lease.Yet when the downstairs neighbor moved out, she sublet to her family members,who seem to be processing some kind of drugs in the place. I've complained to management about it....so far, they've done nothing.The fumes are causing to lose sleep and making us feel sick. We are elderly disabled.I've even reported this to the police....They came out once, but problem continues.
Tee - 14-Mar-21 @ 3:29 AM
5 Allandale View Lincoln. There are cars and people going round constantly. Lee and Molly are the dealers names. Keep intimidating and invading the privacy ofother neighbours by gathering up and looking into windows and gardens. Clear and obvious signs of drug dealing and usage going on there.
Dellboy - 28-Jan-21 @ 4:15 PM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 25-Jan-21 @ 5:08 PM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 25-Jan-21 @ 3:47 PM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 25-Jan-21 @ 1:25 AM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 25-Jan-21 @ 1:25 AM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 24-Jan-21 @ 11:28 PM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 24-Jan-21 @ 8:32 PM
Hi So I have been having on going issues with a neighbour of mine. Harassment is one of the issues. I live with my partner who is the same gender as myself (female). My partner and I are targeted by these neighbours I think because we are gay they don’t harass any of my other neighbours just us. They are always watching the pair of us when we leave for work and when we come back they know the exact times we come and go. They often shout abuse at us. One of the neighbours has been charged for stalking my partner to her work which is in Edinburgh 26miles away from our house. May I add this was at the beginning of the covid situation when no one was meant to go out unless it was for work. The neighbour had no reason to be there and got officially charged for this. So I guess my point is I want to catch these neighbours out. I want to pretend something is a illegal drug and see if they call the police to prove that they are always watching us. Is this illegal to do pretending something is a drug to catch them out. We have spoken to the police numerous times and we aren’t believed. We do have cctv which is pointing towards my house which does show there windows that they look at my partner and I from it doesn’t show in there property but you can make out the person standing there and when they opened them to shout abuse at us. We use this camera to make sure our decking lights are on for when we come home as we always come home in the dark. Would really appreciate some help with this we just want it to be stopped at for us to be heard.
Tina - 24-Jan-21 @ 8:30 PM
Can anyone tell me what to look for please.
BuzzNut - 24-Jan-21 @ 4:39 PM
23 radnor ave/London/UK i see constant boxes ( i suspect drugs) - cars outside, people always in and out .. Cronin i believe is the family name (ive been told from neighbours) CLEAR DRUG PUSHER , by the tell-tale signs
The-Arkham-Whistle - 14-Jan-21 @ 7:10 AM
Hi, We meet for the first time with such a problem.Unfortunately, we didn't get the best neighbors.Our neighbors use and sell drugs every day from early morning until late at night.Since we have video cameras everywhere, they began to behave aggressively towards us.We have called the police more than 6 times already, but unfortunately the police are not doing anything, we no longer know where else we can turn to see the result.We are already tired, every day party in the yard and different companies all the time, depending on the lockdown.They have a child, but even that does not stop them from doing terrible things.Where can we turn to change something?Thank you
Krab - 11-Jan-21 @ 5:18 PM
LN1 3RD number 5 has been dealing andgrowing cannabis since 2018. Numbers 3 and 11 are also involved.
LC - 6-Jan-21 @ 11:10 AM
Cannabis farm next door for ages, the house was bought 3 years ago but nobody lives there just a place to store their drugs (other than Cannabis) and money I guess. They regularly fly tipping so we put up cctv camera signs, now they do it all at the back. Reported it to crime stoppers, they openly bring equipment and drugs in and out in the afternoon in full view. Took photos sent to police...nothing..Nadal.. zilch! The police did come one time and I thought they'd deal with it, no! Maybe they should just make an appointment or bake them a cake for all the effort they put into 'fighting crime' When you see 'drug dealers captured'reported on the news, I often wonder how they managed to actually get off they're arses to do something. Or how long it took....years?? They come an go all night, have them on film openly doing it. Are the police interested? They couldn't give a monkey's chuff! Seriously considering getting some signs made with "give way to oncoming drugs dealers"like those residents of that street in London did. Shame the police into action. "Drug dealers only" "reserved parking for drug dealers" "get your drugs here" It's a joke. The longer it's gone on, the larger and newer their cars become, it wouldn't surprise me if they bought the house cash, as, who can afford to buy a 140 grand house and leave it empty, pretending they live there! The police are a joke!!
Prof - 6-Jan-21 @ 12:43 AM
What I am going to do, now that I have Medeco brand locks on my mother's doors and gotten rid of my home, a 5th wheel travel trailer because of local junkies/drug dealers that picked locks and used various tactics to get in when I wasn't home, is to buy some really cheap land well away from other people, go off-grid, work online and sell eggs or vegetable produce to anyone who will buy so I will have the money to cover the annual property taxes, and forget that the world, so to say, exists.So tired of the drugs all around me.It took a bit but I finally figured out what to do and just how to do it.As time goes by, being off-grid and self-sufficient will get easier and easier.This is how to deal with the situation the drug monsters have created.Let them have it all.Just make a plan, find where you can go far away from people so as not to be disrupted in your life and get on it.Keep a smile on your face and in your heart because, this too shall pass.Thought of advertising locally or nearby as a "helper".Mowing, weedeating, pruning, gutter cleaning, watering, planting, sweeping, dog poop cleanup, anything home/landowners that need a little help would appreciate.
Kim - 4-Jan-21 @ 5:48 PM
I can relate to the the above comments since 2015 iv been reporting my nieghbours for suspected drug cultivation and distribution the running of equipment including a generator has disturbed my life so much I'm unable to function on a day to day basis through sleep deprivation and the turture of machanical vibrations and unusual frequencies invading in my home which had been picked up on EH monitoring equipment as an idling deasel generator..the council has deniedany wrong doing and has treated me with absolute arrogance and rudeness.. the police say my info is down as an information report and in the mean time 6 years ongoing I have some evidence they are venting something other than flue gas emmisions and I dont know how or who to show this video to as no one seems interested whilst this poses a serious health and safety hazzard ..Liskeard Cornwall
Redwhale - 21-Dec-20 @ 8:41 PM
There are Polish drug dealers opposite the Police station near me. The man isthreatening and violent and often drives one of his two cars a Vauxhall and a SEAT around Nailsea, where we live, going round in circles for hours on end, dropping off drugs to the kids in the bus stop and driving round the town doing drop-offs and deals as late as 4am. I have seen him selling drugs to the youths in the skate park and also the Millenium park near Tesco. I once saw him punch one of these youths in a hoodie in the face over a payment dispuuteand the kid fell to the ground and started screaming in pain. The man is tall, bald, ugly and has sticking out ears and sometimesa beard, he also smells of BO and fried, fatty food and looks like he doesn't wash. If you see this man avoid him at all costs, he is very dangerous.
Doreen on the close - 20-Dec-20 @ 10:16 PM
Schlessman couple have been manufacturing methamphetamine for years on a daily basis and the cops know all about it and I think they are on the take. The schlessmans live in Barry, Texas. They had gas cylinders, dogs, cats, drawn curtains in the days and dumped sludge every day. Made 10 trips a day at less that 5 mins each, harrassed their neighbors to f..ck, had a police friend and caused mayhem as Meth heads for years. Navarro County Police would not arrest them, no matter what. All because of a police buddy. So whenever you get no joy with a drugs arrest, always suspect your police officers.
Mary - 17-Nov-20 @ 2:21 PM
i live below a guy and a woman who both use drugs, they cause so much antisocial behaviour , playing there bass off there sound system till gone 1am , constantly banging on floor when there walking , they think its okay to threaten me when i complain about the noise to the council ,there mates threaten me aswell and said i dont complain about people in the area im in he and she have numerous cars pull up to there flat buying drugs off my neighbours Upstairs and then disapearing , they have a dog so i know when someones at there home ,numerous times when i go outside i see them sell people drugs , they have enough money to buy cars all the time , there claiming benefits whilst selling drugs im sick and tired of the smell of cannabis and people knocking on there door 247
CivicFan2021 - 6-Nov-20 @ 9:53 PM
I have copd and the people who live next door to me are constantly using drugs the stink comes into my home day and night I spray air freshener outside of my windows but it doesn't do much I'm so worried about my health as I'm on my own and in my sixties I'm constantly suffering health wise and feeling very vulnerable and constantly stressed by it all this has been going on for agesI dont think I can take any more of it all from them they constantly have people in there it's worse at the weekends and evenings really need help please
Frisbie - 29-Oct-20 @ 7:28 AM
Had an incident reported neighbour anonymously through crime stoppers because neighbour was drink driving and smoking and growing cannabis the neighbours sister came round to my fathers property threatening me and my father I got assaulted by the neighbours father and a witness came forward in favour of me and police ignored it I was issued an adult community resolution for assault I told police I changed my name by deed poll and they issued the order in the wrong name and threatened if I did not sign it I would have to go for a second interview and may get arrested for affray the neighbour stated to police that she was a single parent when she has lived with her partner at the address for more than ten years. Police also mentioned this when coming to our home police were threatening me and my father if we did not stop reporting smell of cannabis they were going to seize our computers they issued me and my father an harassment warning letter also sent one to my fathers landlord and letting agent stating we had harassed the whole street police were also trying to get me and my father evicted. They are currently causing an issue with a surround sound system trying to keep us awake my father went round to have a polite word with the boyfriend and the female started shouting at my father she stated she was in her property on her own and then her mother came out also shouting at my father I called the police they went round to other neighbours to see if they witnessed anything the neighbour told police that I barged passed my father and went outside to go and hit her when I was still in my home police came once again threatening if we did not go for a voluntary interview they were going to arrest us my father made police arrest him and he was released without charge the tried to do him for public order. Police also tried doing me for threatening behaviour I was released without charge 1 week after my father's windscreen on his vehicle was broken no other vehicles on the street were damaged only my father's car and police said because there is no witnesses we cannot do anything we have the brick that was used but police did not come to collect it or see my father. Reported police actions to professional standards and Iopc they stated we apologize in not resolving your neighbour dispute an inspector and area team officer will be visiting your property supervised by the inspector and no one has been nowhere near yet. The neighbour is still smoking or growing cannabis and don't know what to do with police threatening me or my father.
J - 27-Sep-20 @ 9:00 AM
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