Majothi has the habit of asking for information then stonewalling when he gets it. I have had extensive dealings with this man.

From: Anwar Majothi <>

Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2013 15:14:55 +0000

To: ‘'<>

Subject: RE: Assault complaints

Dear Mr Parnell,

Thank you for your email.

I am afraid that I will not be investigating your complaint further, at this stage. You previously drew attention to video clips which appeared on a website involving you and two members of Council staff which I was not aware of until quite recently (as you know one Officer has since left the Council). I have been advised that the remaining Officer has already been warned in relation to his dealings with you during the period relating to when the video footage appears to have been shot. I therefore see no purpose in investigating your complaint further, unless you have further video footage which I would be happy to review. You may recall that I have already asked you for further information, which has thus far not been forthcoming.

Yours sincerely,

Anwar Majothi

Corporate Complaints Manager

Stopford House

Stockport Council

From: []
Sent: 09 June 2013 13:47
To: Anwar Majothi
Subject: Fw: Assault complaints

Mr Majothi

RE: Complaints of assaults that took place on council property, “Duty of Care”

Following correspondence from the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), received on 22/05/2013 i must inform you that I complain that Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council has not complied with its statutory duty of care,

I formally complain that Stockport metropolitan Borough Council has failed in its Duty of Care to protect me as a service requesting customer in the council’s service center stockport from harm (injuries sustained while attending council offices) on more than one occasion with results of injury occurring causing alarm distress and severe ill well-being.

For your further information supplied below please read previous correspondence sent to you (please read fully, skipping over the fact doesn’t represent your previous findings).

As instructed please correspond receipt of the complaint within 5 days, further delays would be open to complaint.

Michael S Parnell.

To: “” <>
Sent: Friday, 4 May 2012, 2:43
Subject: Fw: Your Stage 2 complaints

Dear Anwar Majothi

I write in reply to your Email dated 2nd May 2012 10:54hrs which I opened on the 3rd May 2012 at 16:00hrs.

In rely to your request for the dates and names to progress my complaint to stage 2, the facts for further investigation must be those that would cause no further delay to the same as those said to have been already investigated at stage 1.

So as not to duplicate my complaint, please could you supply to me the dates and names that were investigated by Mr Denis McCarthy at stage 1 which was found by him not to contain any evidence that the security guards had assaulted me or made threats to my life.

There are many assaults on different dates that are required to be submitted separately for investigation and each of those individual complaints justification.

Following our meeting on Monday the 30th April 2012 I forward in this reply submit a further complaint that is one of the many assaults that have been reported to the police, following levies paid to the police service from the council tax I forward the correspondence (below) sent of the assault by coumcil employee’s, the council has a duty for submitting complaints to the policing service within the stockport community neighbourhood policing teams.

(As above) letter submitted to the police along with attached statement

Chief Superintendant Neil Wain

Stockport Police Station

Lee Street


Greater Manchester