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POLICE RESPONSE TO COMPLAINT.

SEFTON Superintendent Mike Martin said: "Police officers phoned Mr Taylor within an hour of his call about the shooting to check there were no further issues and reassure him officers would be attending.

"Police officers attended later and Mr Taylor refused to speak to them.

"Further visits were made later in the week but again Mr Taylor refused to co-operate.

"Without co-operation, it is much more difficult to resolve issues.

"Mr Taylor has spoken in depth to both his solicitor and the ECHO, but is not co-operating with us. I urge Mr Taylor to contact me personally so we can work together to resolve this.

"We take all reports of crime seriously and all members of the public have the right to be treated with dignity and respect regardless of their racial origin, disabilities, sexuality or gender. There have been previous incidents reported by Mr Taylor in the last year, which were fully investigated."
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jul 6, 2009
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