Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Toronto's 13 Division Police Acted Corruptly In The Investigation Of Individual Cases. My Personal Account.

Failing To File Reports, By Individual Police Officers.
Removing All Information From The Police Data Systems, And Providing No Public Records of Those Complaints.
Undue Delay In Responding To Serious Calls.
Cover-ups and Conspiracy

Toronto 13 Division Police is breaking the law in their every actions involving me. These are some of the things that they are known to do. Not to investigate any complaints that I make to them. Every single one of those complaints has been dismissed by them. Erasing all records of my calls and complaints to the police from their data systems, so that I have to get this information about my complaints from the Police headquarters, where it is also logged. In the past when I also provided them with evidence such as taped recordings they also destroyed the information on the tape, claiming that the tape malfunctioned and so the information was lost. Once when I called them because I had believed that I was the subject of a hate crime, the police reported the call as threatening by me to them and also sent over a "special" team to investigate. When that "special" team arrived , including from another division they told me that they saw for themselves that this was not the case. The 13 division police later responded that the "threatening" nature of the call was because I had said it was a hate crime and that was a threat to me, so they had to regard it as a threatening call by them. But the police officers from 13 division also has been involved in attempting to set me up because of my human rights activism and blogging about them. In September 2011, they did not file a report about a death threat to me by someone that I also believed is one of their agents. The latest of these happened yesterday, December 13, 2011 when a man who was identified as a neighbour forced his way into my home and the 13 division police also did not investigate or lay any charge or to file a report in that case and also erased all information about my call about that incident from their data system involving that incident. The staff sergeant at Police headquarters in Toronto had to go into its own system and provided me with the information that I would need about that 13 division complaint in order to have their actions investigated further. They also did not show up for hours until I spoke with a dispatcher supervisor about their delay in responding to my call about this serious crime against me. I am seriously concerned for my safety from the Toronto police 13 division specifically.

The two police officers from 13 Division Police in Toronto, who has failed to file
a record of my complaint, in this latest situation, has the badge numbers 10700 and 10368. I will also do my best to get the names associated with those badge numbers.
The offence of the illegal entry into my home, was also the basis of my complaint, and it is not only a summary offence, as in the trespassing law, but it is also an indictable offence, in other areas of the law. The 13 division Toronto police is also familiar with the person who has also committed that offence against me. As mentioned earlier, not only did they not file a report of the incident, they also erased all information pertaining to that complaint, off their data system. No trace of it could also be found by contacting the 13 division Toronto police, or even the dispatcher, who is also supposed to record all of those calls to the police, as well. I only later got this information from the police headquarters data system, which I am also told has a means of keeping a record of all calls and complaints to the police, separately, from the police divisions, who are also supposed to keep a record of those investigations as well. But in some cases do not.