Covert Recording by Parents
Think again.. IT DOES NOT! In a nutshell they break the law by ignoring even international law, which many countries have signed to uphold. By any means necessary unless you come across the right judge, they will do any thing to exhaust you from complaining. Notwithstanding appeal, appeal and appeal, because people can and do win.
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Message From A Friend
Where professionals are acting in a Dishonest and unscrupulous manner Social Workers, Cafcass officers and the rest are Nameable and they use the Privacy of Family Court to continue their crimes Unhindered (kangaroo court)..
I have found that the Only way to meet this corrupt culture is to expose them.. All Professionals involved in such cases CAN Be Named ! As complaining get’s you no where when the evidence is “Lost” by their colleagues.. Also when you go to your Member of Parliament they imply that they will have good reason for their actions and Social S ect hide behind “Confidentiality” when questioned..
RECORD EXPOSE and teach these Cretins that there ARE Consequences for their actions.. You cannot bring charges as the police don’t act.. Even if you have clear evidence you are all too often told ” It is a Civil Matter” or “See your solicitor” But Family LAW Practitioners are not interested in exposing such criminal activities as it will adversely effect their living they often tell you that it is not a family Law matter.
The law around recording child protection meetings
A group of lawyers has produced guidance after identifying a number of councils not fully understanding the law around recording child protection meetings.
Does the law prohibit covert recordings?
The main statute which is frequently cited as an obstacle to recording is the Data Protection Act 1998. However, that does not prohibit covert recordings for personal or family use. Section 36 provides:
“Personal data processed by an individual only for the purposes of that individual’s personal, family or household affairs (including recreational purposes) are exempt from the data protection principles and the provisions of Parts II and III.”
The recording for court purposes in a family dispute falls within that exemption because it is for an individual’s personal or family affair.