Yes I am... So, Mr Detective phoned me - originally inviting me to voluntarily attend one of the local police station's to be questioned regarding an assault that had happened months back. I was asked to attend at a specific time whilst the footy was on. To which I suprisingly declined. Mr Detective, as obviously anxious as he was for me to attend stated my full address over the phone before stating Ill just come and get you then before he hung up. So I figured it COULD have been a genuine police officer, yet doubted it since no police officer could be stupid enough to potentially breach the DPA that easily. The only way to clarify would have been to attend the station and in all probability get myself arrested for something I had no involvement in, so I decided I wouldn't bother. Long story short - the match was sh1t and the police came to my house with a warrant for my arrest close to midnight that day. Ok so I was arrested on suspicion of ABH and Harrassment and shoved in a detention cell for the remainder of the night. Morning came. I refused to have a solicitor present and Mr Detective arrived to interview me on tape. "No comment" "No comment" "No comment" ...etc etc Shoved me back in my cell. I waited a few hours longer, perfecting an origami crane out of the Code of Practice booklet issued to me on detainment. Mr Detective arrives at the door again and I'm released without charge on 'Conditional Bail' stating I am to return to the police station at a specific date and time. My bail conditions state I am not to contact directly or indirectly Mr Victim whilst my bail conditions are in effect. No big deal, I'm fine with that. However, after spending 15 odd hours in a cell with nothing to read but the literature of graffiti on the toilet seat, to have Mr Detective drag me out to an interview room where he aggressively incinuated I was the lowest scum of the earth for things I had no involvement in, I decided I'd jump for the opportunity to be a 'cheeky git' and throw one back on release. I played the fool and asked Mr Detective at the station exit if he could, "Please do me a favor and if you speak to Mr Victim, tell him I said Im sorry". Bottom line is, I plan on returning to the police station with a portable voice recording device at the date stated in my bail condition sheet and record the conversation between me and Mr Detective which I assume will go something along the lines of, Mr Detective: "There's not enough evidence to charge you so you're released without charge" Me: "OH SNAP" Me: "So did you tell Mr Victim I said sorry" Mr Detective: "Yes I did" Me: "Ok so you admit to willingly acting in direct breach of my bail conditions?" Mr Detective: "..." Me: "Also, when we first spoke on the phone, did you or did you not state my full address details without making any attempt to first confirm my identity, potentially breaching the DPA?" Mr Detective: "..." It wouldnt bother me so much, but I can justify my intent to sh1t in his pocket as I believe this guy went way past the point of just doing his job while I was interviewed. Atleast Im not declaring war on the Northumbria Police. My question is, will the conversation likely go anything like this and if it does, would any voice recording as such be admissible in court? Is there any other way to expose this guy as a complete cnut?