Actions against the Police

Moss & Co are specialists in actions against the police.  We have been conducting cases and holding the police, the prisons service and other public institutions to account for over 21 years.

We have returned our legal aid contract and  from 1st November 2018 we will only represent private clients.  We offer expert advice and initial assessments at competitive charging rates.

We have experience of a wide range of cases and have achieved results for our clients which include payment of substantial sums in compensation, removal of fingerprint and DNA records as well as obtaining apologies and success in Alternative Dispute resolution. The department is led by Narinder Moss the Senior Partner who is committed to holding authority to account and protecting individuals rights against the state.

The department works closely with our committed criminal defence team and many successful claims have followed from criminal trials where our client was found not guilty and the police were shown to have exceeded their powers.


You can call Narinder Moss to get an initial assessment of your case

Cases we can help you with include Wrongful arrest,  False imprisonment,  Assault,  Malicious Prosecution, Abuse of power, Complaints against officers, Human Rights Act claims, Data Protection and Wrongful interference with goods. Visit our cases page for examples of our work.


We manage all matters but particularly:

  • False arrest and imprisonment
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Trespass
  • Unlawful execution of warrant
  • Assault and battery
  • Harassment
  • Police complaints
  • Misfeasance in public office
  • Unlawful retention of property
Arrange a meeting
Call one of our experts on:

Key Contact

Narinder Moss

Senior Partner

Venessa Mullings


Our Fees


We conduct most of these case under a public funding certificate. You will  usually need to show that your case has a good chance of success and that the compensation will be at least twice the costs. We can carry out initial assessment and investigation under the Legal Help scheme.