Dear Court of Justice of the European Union,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

1 A What is the process for investigating Court & police corruption when your force is involved and a chief inspector is involved professional standards are involved or not investigating as well as the police and crime commissioner being involved as well. ?

1 B What is the process for investigating Court & police corruption when a nother force is involved and a chief inspector. ?

1 c What is the process for investigating police corruption when the ipcc independent police complaints uk hasnt investigated properly or has members who are a part of the corruption or has investigated but wont accept the evidence ?.

1 D What is the process for investigating police corruption at senior level for eg the chief inspector when uk police the local uk authorities for eg the council and 2 police forces in europe and both the uk and european justice systems are involved.

1 e What is the process for investigating police corruption when the iopc independent office for police conduct isnt got the powers or remit to investigate a corruption case and involves european police justice and health officers.

2 Who can send a report to the national crime agency to investigate serious crime or interpol ?

3 When thousands of pounds have been defrauded a persons human rights violated incarcarated against their will or by illegal means

and a persons estate sold before they die what can the public and supporters and the authorities do to save these lives and get

justice for the crimes against them. ?

4 Do you have any policies or protocols on this ?

5 Would you investigate these issues if we sent them to you as it would be unfair for the force involved or can you send these issues
to a higher agency.

Yours faithfully,

John Jones

Dear Court of Justice of the European Union,

why is this taking so so long

The authority say that they need a postal address, not just an email, for it to be a valid FOI request
According to Regulation 1049/2001 the applicant simply has to make a written request in any form, including electronic form. There is no further requirement to give any personal details nor to state reasons for the request. Article 6.1 of the Regulation says "Applications for access to a document shall be made in any written form, including electronic form, in one of the languages referred to in Article 314 of the EC Treaty and in a sufficiently precise manner to enable the institution to identify the document. The applicant is not obliged to state reasons for the application." At the bottom of this page, write a reply to the authority explaining this to them.

Yours faithfully,

John Jones