#RecordRecord Social Workers Are Still Insisting That It Is Illegal For “Clients” To Record Them.
Sourced from: Andrew Barnard, 30th December 2018
It has come to my attention that Social Workers are still insisting that it is illegal for “Clients” to record them.
Rule 1. Keep all Correspondence and paperwork.
Rule 2 ALWAYS be polite and respectful even when they goad you.
Rule 3. Never tell them.
Rule 4. Use the recording if necessary to prove your side of any “Misreporting“.
Rule 5. And Doubts check the law.
As a child protection office once told me , “They lie”. I argued they don’t, but was sadly proven wrong by Tony Carlson (Barnsley) I long to see him in court for his lies but have to be satisfied with the fact he is in fear of me affording to bring Civil Action against them.
Not all lie, but do you want to be foul of one that does.
Social workers have immense powers and terrible responsibilities. If they make a wrong decision, the consequences can be catastrophic..
- Name & Shame Social Workers
- Northampton Borough Council
- Oxford City Council
- Should trial attorneys and experts condemn racial profiling as a police practice while condoning racial profiling in jury selection at trial?
In some areas it must be insisted that fundamental rights in the UK are very well protected by statutes which are enthusiastically enforced by the judiciary. Indeed in two areas at least, freedom from discrimination on grounds of sex or race, there is better protection than that provided by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). As both acts prohibit indirect discrimination, as well as direct, and both operate objective tests rather than intentionality tests, there is no problem in these areas for UK citizens as long as the statutes remain in force.
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)..
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.
Recording or monitoring is only prohibited where some of the contents of the communication are made available to a third party. If a person intends to make the conversation available, they must get the consent of the person being recorded.
I think it entirely appropriate that a senior police figure would have his telephone conversations monitored and that anyone calling them would understand this. After all, if allegations are made about the officer, he/she will have their own evidence and, secondly, it can monitor undue pressure being applied to the officer. To whinge in the way the Attorney General ( a political appointment) has makes me feel he has something to hide. It is for these reasons I believe Sir Ian, on this occasion, has got it right.
Bob Eastoe, Aylesbury