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The police should take more care with their harassment warning notices | Joshua Rozenberg | Opinion | The Guardian

Diane Louise Jordan is understandably upset about receiving a harassment warning notice from her local police force in Cambridgeshire. The Songs of Praise presenter told the Mirror: “If I didn’t have my faith I don’t know how I would survive this.”

Perhaps she was overreacting. Police information notices, as they are also called, have no legal standing in themselves. They are not formal cautions. Signing one is not an admission of guilt or even evidence that harassment has taken place.

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/dec/03/police-harassment-warning-notices-diane-louise-jordan

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