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Negative PNB Entry

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Hi everybody,

 

The "Negative PNB Entry", when the aggrieved no longer wishes to pursue an incident.

 

Is there a minimum standard to what should be included in the notebook entry?

 

Thank you

 

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Not really. What stage is it at so far? ie they've reported but no statement, or is it further down the line than that?

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21 hours ago, Murtaugh said:

 

Hi everybody,

 

The "Negative PNB Entry", when the aggrieved no longer wishes to pursue an incident.

 

Is there a minimum standard to what should be included in the notebook entry?

 

Thank you

 

 

For my organisation, if a statement of complaint has ben recorded then a statement of retraction would be taken detailing the reasons for not wishing to pursue a complaint, including confirmation that there has been no undue influence from a suspect or other person. 

If only a PNB has been taken as an initial account, a PNB entry stating why they don't want to complain and that no-one has influenced their choice to not complain. 

Its simple about covering your backside when they complain you advised them that it was a waste of time complaining (even if it is) because many will. 

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Not really. What stage is it at so far? ie they've reported but no statement, or is it further down the line than that?


MOP reports an offence. You attend and speak to the Aggrieved who tells you the what has happened, identities the Offender, but doesn't wish to pursue the matter further.

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On 22/03/2017 at 11:40, Murtaugh said:

 


MOP reports an offence. You attend and speak to the Aggrieved who tells you the what has happened, identities the Offender, but doesn't wish to pursue the matter further.

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Ask them why they called us in the first place :rolleyes:

 

If it's DV related then I'm doing more ie. taking it out of the victim's hands and arresting them anyway or a quick negative statement. For most other offences then a PNB entry if possible

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