OAP’s police response fury

York Press: Ken Eggleton, 74, with the note left by police after his front door was broken down last month Ken Eggleton, 74, with the note left by police after his front door was broken down last month

A CANCER survivor whose front door was broken down by police while he was in hospital was not contacted by the force to rectify the situation until almost a week later.

Ken Eggleton, 74, returned from three weeks in hospital after his bladder was removed, to find his door had been broken down and boarded up by police, who were checking on his condition.

They had left a note on his sofa requesting him to write a complaint to North Yorkshire Police (NYP) headquarters, but a visit promised to Mr Eggleton on the Wednesday never happened.

Mr Eggleton said: “They haven’t been in touch at all, it’s not on. They should have contacted me, at least should have phoned me.”

Mr Eggleton’s son, Nick, said: “We can’t blame the neighbours for being worried, we can’t blame the police for checking it out, but to leave it to a 74-year-old to write a complaint to police headquarters is ridiculous. He’s not up with email and he’s ill. He’s not well from the stress of everything and he’s not thinking straight.

“The level of communication and the attitude and action, or lack of action, from NYP has caused unnecessary and considerable mental and emotional stress to my father. He’s not sleeping because of this and his doctor is concerned about how this will affect his recuperation.”

A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.

He said: “We will be addressing the situation as a priority as NYP does not wish to cause Mr Eggleton any undue concerns.

“We are disappointed that Mr Nick Eggleton feels that North Yorkshire Police has not given his father and himself the appropriate level of service.

“We will be offering to meet Mr Eggleton to discuss his specific concerns.

“If the support we have given has caused Mr Ken Eggleton any undue stress this is deeply regretted and we hope that the resolution that is now in place will allow him to move on and make a full recovery.”

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8:22am Tue 11 Dec 12

glyn says...

This is such old news. It was discussed on here and most people agreed that it was his own fault for not letting anybody know that he was going into hospital.
Why bring it up again?

IF HE IS SUCH A CARING SON, WHY DOES N`T HE REPAIR IT FOR HIS "ILL" AND "STRESSED" DAD?
This is such old news. It was discussed on here and most people agreed that it was his own fault for not letting anybody know that he was going into hospital. Why bring it up again? IF HE IS SUCH A CARING SON, WHY DOES N`T HE REPAIR IT FOR HIS "ILL" AND "STRESSED" DAD? glyn

8:28am Tue 11 Dec 12

The OX says...

glyn wrote:
This is such old news. It was discussed on here and most people agreed that it was his own fault for not letting anybody know that he was going into hospital.
Why bring it up again?

IF HE IS SUCH A CARING SON, WHY DOES N`T HE REPAIR IT FOR HIS "ILL" AND "STRESSED" DAD?
Too right, just trying to put down the police,
maytbe try to move the guilt the son feels
[quote][p][bold]glyn[/bold] wrote: This is such old news. It was discussed on here and most people agreed that it was his own fault for not letting anybody know that he was going into hospital. Why bring it up again? IF HE IS SUCH A CARING SON, WHY DOES N`T HE REPAIR IT FOR HIS "ILL" AND "STRESSED" DAD?[/p][/quote]Too right, just trying to put down the police, maytbe try to move the guilt the son feels The OX

8:48am Tue 11 Dec 12

Jazzper says...

I agree with those last posts, I obviously have sympathy for this chap, but to drag it up in the Press again ??
I agree with those last posts, I obviously have sympathy for this chap, but to drag it up in the Press again ?? Jazzper

8:54am Tue 11 Dec 12

Pete the Brickie says...



A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.



I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here.

Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards.


Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
[quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work. Pete the Brickie

9:11am Tue 11 Dec 12

Boadicea says...

It might be old news but nothing satisfactory has been done about it.
It might be old news but nothing satisfactory has been done about it. Boadicea

9:34am Tue 11 Dec 12

CHISSY1 says...

Pete the Brickie wrote:


A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.



I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here.

Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards.


Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
[quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest". CHISSY1

10:41am Tue 11 Dec 12

AngryandFrustrated says...

CHISSY1 wrote:
Pete the Brickie wrote:
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.
I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story.

To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing!
[quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".[/p][/quote]I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing! AngryandFrustrated

12:19pm Tue 11 Dec 12

BioLogic says...

AngryandFrustrated wrote:
CHISSY1 wrote:
Pete the Brickie wrote:
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.
I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story.

To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing!
Pete you have a stalker! well done sir, good effort.

Chissy1 - it's called holding to account. It is something we, as citizens have a moral obligation to do, to hold the public bodies to account to ensure they do things right both legally and morally.

Don't criticise Pete for doing what we should all be doing, and making it funny to boot!
[quote][p][bold]AngryandFrustrated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".[/p][/quote]I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing![/p][/quote]Pete you have a stalker! well done sir, good effort. Chissy1 - it's called holding to account. It is something we, as citizens have a moral obligation to do, to hold the public bodies to account to ensure they do things right both legally and morally. Don't criticise Pete for doing what we should all be doing, and making it funny to boot! BioLogic

12:52pm Tue 11 Dec 12

CHISSY1 says...

AngryandFrustrated wrote:
CHISSY1 wrote:
Pete the Brickie wrote:
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.
I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story.

To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing!
You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why".
[quote][p][bold]AngryandFrustrated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".[/p][/quote]I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing![/p][/quote]You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why". CHISSY1

12:57pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Big Bad Wolf says...

CHISSY1 wrote:
AngryandFrustrated wrote:
CHISSY1 wrote:
Pete the Brickie wrote:
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.
I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story.

To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing!
You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why".
Pete has alluded to the reason several times Chissy1 and the rest of the posters here respect his right to privacy.
I believe you have a problem.... Try to get out more, it will make you less of a bitter nasty person.
[quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AngryandFrustrated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".[/p][/quote]I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing![/p][/quote]You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why".[/p][/quote]Pete has alluded to the reason several times Chissy1 and the rest of the posters here respect his right to privacy. I believe you have a problem.... Try to get out more, it will make you less of a bitter nasty person. Big Bad Wolf

1:53pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Pete the Brickie says...

Thanks all.
Thanks all. Pete the Brickie

2:16pm Tue 11 Dec 12

AngryandFrustrated says...

CHISSY1 wrote:
AngryandFrustrated wrote:
CHISSY1 wrote:
Pete the Brickie wrote:
A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday.
I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.
"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".
I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing!
You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why".
You are right Chissy, I don't know him. I have no desire to know him (altho' I bet he's great at a dinner party, given his grasp of language!!). Do you know him? Is this what all your trolling is about? Your obsession with him is actually quite disturbing. Pete posts on all sorts of stories, not just ones relating to the Police, and his same witty sarcasm is present, no matter what the subject matter is. You, on the other hand, only post when Pete posts, (suggesting that you trawl the site, looking for postings by Pete only) and when you do, it is to berate him.

Does that not concern you? Just a tiny weeny bit?
[quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]AngryandFrustrated[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CHISSY1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pete the Brickie[/bold] wrote: [quote] A spokesman for North Yorkshire Police said the officer tasked with contacting Mr Eggleton had already finished his shift on the Tuesday and was on a rest day on the Wednesday, November 28. Nick and the officer missed calls from each other before contact was made last Monday. [/quote] I think theirthe Police's break in aftercare package including a free visit by appointment is a bit lacking here. Even DHL, Parcelforce or Citylink will tell you morning or afternoon when they're delivering a parcel to your house and their drivers rarely take a day off on that day and never take five further days to phone you afterwards. Ken's son Nick is quite lucky really, with him not answering his phone for that long we can only thank God they weren't concerned about him and didn't decide to send a team of black clad armed men to remove all his windows while he was at work.[/p][/quote]"Bang,bang again,give it a rest".[/p][/quote]I am really concerned about you Chissy, because you are showing an unhealthy obsession with Pete. You only ever crawl out from your troll stone when he posts, and then your only posting is to him and not on the story. To most of us, Pete is witty and sarcastic, all at the same time, and is a breath of fresh air to the usual moaners like me. Given your personalised comments to Pete, and others you have a dislike for, you are, quite rightly, widely regarded as a troll. If I were you, I'd go and book an appointment with your GP so he or she can arrange some therapy for you, because your obsession with Pete is becoming disturbing![/p][/quote]You do not know him,you will have noticed his obsession with the police,always stabbing at them,ever wondered why".[/p][/quote]You are right Chissy, I don't know him. I have no desire to know him (altho' I bet he's great at a dinner party, given his grasp of language!!). Do you know him? Is this what all your trolling is about? Your obsession with him is actually quite disturbing. Pete posts on all sorts of stories, not just ones relating to the Police, and his same witty sarcasm is present, no matter what the subject matter is. You, on the other hand, only post when Pete posts, (suggesting that you trawl the site, looking for postings by Pete only) and when you do, it is to berate him. Does that not concern you? Just a tiny weeny bit? AngryandFrustrated

3:39pm Tue 11 Dec 12

York1900 says...

Why is story run again Police officers have to have there days off like every one else
But too many people expect every thing to be done like now but the world only turns once in 24 hours and the authorities move slower because of shift pattens but if people don't mind these things could be dealt on a 24/7 bases if people did not mind them calling round at what ever time they were on duty to sort it out

But most people would not want them knocking them up at 3am to do such things
Why is story run again Police officers have to have there days off like every one else But too many people expect every thing to be done like now but the world only turns once in 24 hours and the authorities move slower because of shift pattens but if people don't mind these things could be dealt on a 24/7 bases if people did not mind them calling round at what ever time they were on duty to sort it out But most people would not want them knocking them up at 3am to do such things York1900

5:04pm Tue 11 Dec 12

Pete the Brickie says...

York1900 wrote:
Why is story run again Police officers have to have there days off like every one else
But too many people expect every thing to be done like now but the world only turns once in 24 hours and the authorities move slower because of shift pattens but if people don't mind these things could be dealt on a 24/7 bases if people did not mind them calling round at what ever time they were on duty to sort it out

But most people would not want them knocking them up at 3am to do such things
Well yes but generally they know when those days are so it's best not to tell someone you are coming on that day to avoid them waiting in for you, especially when that person already considers the service you have provided in smashing down their front door and replacing it with a bit of chipboard held on with four screws to be less than ideal.

I'd also consider it a bit tardy to then take a further five days to contact or respond to calls from the gentleman's Son even taking shifts into account.
[quote][p][bold]York1900[/bold] wrote: Why is story run again Police officers have to have there days off like every one else But too many people expect every thing to be done like now but the world only turns once in 24 hours and the authorities move slower because of shift pattens but if people don't mind these things could be dealt on a 24/7 bases if people did not mind them calling round at what ever time they were on duty to sort it out But most people would not want them knocking them up at 3am to do such things[/p][/quote]Well yes but generally they know when those days are so it's best not to tell someone you are coming on that day to avoid them waiting in for you, especially when that person already considers the service you have provided in smashing down their front door and replacing it with a bit of chipboard held on with four screws to be less than ideal. I'd also consider it a bit tardy to then take a further five days to contact or respond to calls from the gentleman's Son even taking shifts into account. Pete the Brickie

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