Furthermore, Dr Peter Jansen claims to have not known I was a SCU client and that through my blog name only, he managed to locate me. His Press Release last Friday supports this.
It is very unsettling to think anyone can make a quantum leap from a random blog name to a full double-barreled name and current "confidential" address. A double-barreled name that only ACC knows. This is of great concern to me Denise as I am currently under Police Protection, on no electoral role, do not own a house or any other assets that would warrant my details on any database of any kind. My ISP address only directs, those curious enough to want to know, to a static internal Network address of which there are approximately 600 users. My name is nowhere on this system. I am also gravely concerned that the ex-cop who served me was my mother's old lover - her address just so happened to be the last known address that ACC has on record and, coincidentally, the last known "rendezvous" point where he met my mother, and in return, I met him.
I have already had the Police investigate into whether he pulled some strings within the Police Force to access my files - as he is an ex-Detective - and have been assured no information was passed from that direction. My file, as such, means that only one Detective knows my whereabouts and those details are not even stored on the Police database.
So, it begs the question.... how did Dr Peter Jansen find me?
This may not be of interest to you but it does led into your next suggestion which, is to go straight into a counselling role with someone reporting back to ACC.
To be perfectly frank Denise, until I get some assurance that Dr Peter Jansen did not access my personal file for his own private legal action, I cannot trust your Organisation to provide the safety and assurance that is required. Obviously, once I am in receipt of the "report" I will be in a better position to make a final decision. .
I appreciate your acknowledgement and subsequent apology into the lack of service I ought to have received. However, I remain embittered by the fact that I am only receiving this as a result of legal action thrust upon my by one of your employees, a Parliamentary inquiry, pressure from the Press, and (from my perspective) a gross invasion of my privacy.
Therefore, if you truly think an apology is in order, I want one from Dr Peter Jansen.
I look forward to your replies to my concerns.