20 October 2013 14:13

Thank you for your email. Emails are treated in the same manner and with the same level of importance as other communications such as post, telephone and fax. Nevertheless we will respond to you promptly.

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The Commissioner represents the people of Greater Manchester and as such we would ask that you provide the following information:

– your full name
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Email sent – 20 October 2013 14:13

Russell Bernstein investigated my complaint regarding how much police time was wasted by Stockport Council on Mr Parnell’s case. Please send me copies of all documents pertaining to the PCC investigation of this matter by email or to my home address. There is no data protection for the dead.

Kind regards