Police Misconduct

Our dedicated Crime Team can ensure you have representation at the Police Station, Magistrates Court, Crown Court or Appeal Court depending on your requirements.

Please contact us about your criminal matter on 01536 276300 or use our online enquiry form.

Challenging the police without specialist assistance can be a daunting and difficult prospect. At Seatons, our team of friendly professionals are experienced in providing clear, easy-to-understand legal advice on matters relating to police misconduct and help make the process as comfortable as possible for our clients. If you genuinely believe you have been a victim of police misconduct, feel free to give us a call.

Types Of Misconduct

Police misconduct claims come in various forms. At Seatons, we offer friendly, comprehensive legal advice and professional assistance on a variety of matters to those who believe they have been;

  • Falsely imprisoned
  • Wrongly arrested
  • Assaulted by the police
  • Kept in custody without good reason or for longer than necessary
  • A victim of discrimination relating to disability or ethnic origin
Why Use Seatons?

The police are seen as custodians to the rule of law. It is therefore particularly distressing to have ever been a victim of police misconduct. Whether the police have acted negligently or you have been subject to false imprisonment or wrongful arrest, Seatons can advise on the best course of action to take.

Our specialist solicitors have a wealth of experience dealing with police misconduct and provide supportive, dynamic legal representation tailored to your needs.  We deal with police complaints, appeals to the Independent Police Complaints Commission and civil litigation for compensation.

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