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Would the police bring the logs up? It's on my name, address

I've put someone on a log, and the police created new logs because the old logs are closed with the crime numbers.

Since having mental health difficulties is recorded on the old log and the new log is connected to the old log.

Would the police look at those logs if they are called out?
Presumably they would look at any history related to the names and address, yes.
Reply 2
Speaking from personal experience yes, the call handler can pass information to the police attending a call so they know what situation they could be facing, eg an address with a history of domestic violence, rather than an address being the subject of a first-time report.
As above, yeah probably.
Reply 4
If people were to twist things against me, how would the police react, I can just say a bit of evidence goes a long way
Reply 5
What about old logs, I logged they could twist things on an old log.
Original post by Anonymous
If people were to twist things against me, how would the police react, I can just say a bit of evidence goes a long way

Would depend how they twisted etc ,but if they made a false report to police with material they know is untrue they could be risking malicious prosecution charge . Depends what you are worried about exactly.
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Original post by Anonymous
If people were to twist things against me, how would the police react, I can just say a bit of evidence goes a long way


The police are used to taking things with a pinch of salt.
Original post by Anonymous
If people were to twist things against me, how would the police react, I can just say a bit of evidence goes a long way

That's far too vague a query to get a useful reply

We don't know what the logs say.
We don't know what an individual police officer will make of this unknown information.
We don't know who this 3rd party is or why they would be involved,

I don't think you'll have any influence over existing logs though.

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