Jun 3, 2010

MET Chief Inspector Parm Sandhu allegedly assaults women civillian employee of MET Police

Whistle Blowers Press Agency has been contacted by a member of the public, who on 20th September 2008 witnessed an altercation between two women at a football match in Seven Oaks, Kent.  One of the women was a Metropolitan Police Chief Inspector, Parm Sandhu and the other was a civillian employee of the Metropolitan Police.

The "whistle blower" has expressed her concern that Kent Police have failed to properly investigate the alleged assault.  Her concern relates to the fact the matter appears to have been swept under the carpet; our informant and other witnesses to the fracas have not been interviewed and there has not been a criminal prosecution (we are unaware if a criminal offence occurred).  We know that a Commander from the Met and an Inspector were present.

Whistle Blowers has made enquiries and were told Chief Inspector Sandhu has faced an internal Metropolitan Police disciplinary enquiry but we are not at all sure that is the case - the Police do not release details of disciplinary matters.  Was Chief Inspector Sandhu subjected to disciplinary proceeding and if she was, what was the allegation and what was the result.  Has this matter been blown out of all proportion?

If you can shed any light on the matter, we at Whistle Blowers would like to hear from you.  What really happened on 20th September 2008; were there grounds for a prosecution or proceedings; was Chief Inspector Sandhu subjected to any penalty or is Chief Inspector Sandhu being unfairly treated?  If you have any information, then please contact us.

We cannot contact our "whistle blower" by email - our emails are being returned.  You know who you are - we need you to contact us asap!

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