The Police investigate

I sent details of everything I had discovered to Dyfed-Powys Police.

When I heard nothing back I sent the same details to other Police forces, including the Avon and Somerset Police.

I did not know at the time but Avon and Somerset Police once investigated Dyfed Powys Police.

You can read about there investigation here

Dyfed-Powys Police were described as

Institutionally incompetent


Avon & Somerset police were appointed to conduct a disciplinary inquiry, which was code named Operation Reboant.

In 2003, it found Dyfed Powys police “institutionally incompetent” regarding their investigations into Robbie’s death.

It said they “failed to investigate professionally, efficiently and effectively the circumstances surrounding and subsequent to the death of Robert Powell”.

But the investigation by Avon and Somerset police was also problematic.

The evidence of abject failings by Dyfed Powys was clear, yet Avon and Somerset never considered whether it was mere ineptitude or a deliberate cover-up.

And the evidence suggests it could have been either.

You can read the full article here

Robbie Powell. Institutionally incompetent police failed a 10 year old boy

I offered the Dyfed-Powys Police all my research and recordings.

This included recordings, samples, and a letter from John Francis Estate agents that said they had heard the same as me.

Dyfed_Powys Police refused to listed to them or look at any of my research.

Instead, being polite Police officers, they phoned the people who owned the property next door and made an appointment to view inside the property about three weeks later.

The Police Officer who looked inside the property, PC Tom Draycott, described the property as totally empty, so why did he not mention the large safe and the other items that he would have seen if he had been inside the building?

Here is a detailed list of what is wrong with

the report of PC Tom Draycott

All the documents from my initial complaint, the local resolution, my appeal and the final decision, are in the links below.

The final decision said that my complaints were not of a serious nature and that the officer that read the review would not be taking the evidence that I submitted in to consideration.

That was not an appeal process, it was a deliberate cover up.