Police Officer Now Identified? – PC Paul Edwards of Lancashire police

A police officer that assaulted me in 2014 has now been identified after 8 years trying to find his identity.

PC Paul Edwards of Skem Police tip off

PC Paul Edwards of Skelmersdale police station has been identified as the cop who threw clothes on my head while I was suffering a (suspected) heart attack, after being unlawfully stripped naked and assaulted by Sgt Eckersley.

I was in agony and awaiting for the emergency services.  I spent days on a cardiac ward.  My initial prognosis was a heart attack, this was later diagnosed to be the onset of a heart attack relating to my troponin levels following the police abuse.

I was, at the time, being unlawfully detailed at skelmersdale police station, I have since sued Lancashire police by DPP Law in Liverpool, for this unlawful arrest and detention plus the malicious prosecution that followed.

I received £35,000 compensation and a half hearted written apology that I have since wiped my arse on.

I made a complaint about this officer assaulting me, but Lancashire police told me there were unable to identify him, even though this took place in Skelmersdale custody suite.  The officer (PC Paul Edwards) was seen chatting with other officers so his  identity was known, but to avoid bringing charges of assault against the officer, Lancashire police intentionally perverted the course of justice by lying so the assault charge would time out.

PC Edwards talking to Sgt Eckersley

A formal complaint has been now submitted against PC Paul Edwards, the complaint process for this will be published in full and I am reviewing legal options for the failure to identify PC Paul Edwards.

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