Trying to clear his head and get away from it all, Maurice likes to go to his little place in solitude in Brittany.
That’s where he opened his email last night to find that he should produce a particular document by 10.30am on Monday morning.
So he decided to do the easier job first, to put 4 pages into cyberspace that PROVE to the judge that the Defendant, i.e. South Wales Police (SWP) did have knowledge of MAPPA reports.
MAPPA stands for Multi-Agency Public Protection Agreement and means that Maurice was under surveillance “level 3”: as if he was a terrorist and a threat to the community.
However, page 1 mentions that “MAPPA was deemed to be Level 3 – partly because of the risk of attracting media attention – besides the risk he supposedly posed to himself and others by his action.”
On page 2, the risk assessment established “a definite risk to the Chief Constable and her family who all have enhanced protection currently.” “It was also reviewed that SWP have a firearms response which could mean that the MAPPA subject would be shot if he attempted to make any approach to the Chief Constable.”
However, “… his approach to the Chief Constable could be seen as his right to request an interview with her, necessary for the procedure of his civil court case.”
Page 3 says: “… it was reviewed that the police intend to take certain action which they anticipate will result in a remand into custody.” One wonders what they were thinking to do…
Page 4 tells about the first and second meeting of the writer of the “Social Work Assessment report”.
In December 09, Maurice’s solicitors had written to the MAPPA Co-ordinator Nigel Rees who confirmed MAPPA categorisation.
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