A complaint against the Lancashire Chief Constable must go via the Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw. His role is to hold the Chief Constable to account if (or when) he does wrong.
A complaint was made against the ex Chief Constable Steve Finnigan of Lancashire police and the Crime Commissioner did record it, but he then refused to take any action. An appeal of this was sent to the IOPC who are considering it.
Since this time, further evidence, (conclusive evidence) has come to light, pointing the finger at Steve Finnigan the ex Chief Constable of Lancashire. There is also a statement from the witness that criminal and underhanded tactics were used by the ex Chief Constable of Lancashire police Steve Finnigan who has since retired, no doubt on a massive pension.
The Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, via one of his minions, Ian Dickinson has refused to consider the new evidence. Obviously this was too much for him to cover up so he just made an excuse that the complaint was closed.
This fresh evidence of possible criminal action committed by the Chief Constable was sent to Clive Grunshaw and he REFUSED to even consider it.
I wonder if this is because Clive Grunshaw was protected by Steve ‘shenanigan‘ Finnigan when he himself was investigated for fraud, or when he knowingly handed over the keys to a fraudulently de-valued motorcycle to an ex-cop and serving magistrate. Crooked Clive appears to be involved, or certainly knows about these corrupt activities and it is only a matter of time before the ‘fan and the shit‘ meet.