Katie Bowman, has been accused of offences from drink-driving to assault over a 28-month period to the extent that she claims she could ‘barely leave the house’.
Despite never receiving a conviction damaging intelligence reports have been kept which she believes is preventing her from getting a job
The 24-year-old has since won the support of her local MP, Attorney General Dominic Grieve, who said he was ‘seriously concerned’ by damning comments held on file about her, which he said bordered on ‘trivial’.
After her split from Alexander Ash she was targeted by Thames Valley Police officers from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. She claims harassment began in 2007 when she was 18 and PC Ash, also based in High Wycombe, was disciplined by his force for making inappropriate contact with her after their split.
PC Ash denies ever having been in a relationship with Miss Bowman. He claims this disciplinary action related to drunken behaviour on a night out with friends.
Papers obtained by Miss Bowman’s family suggest that more than ten of the 40 intelligence reports on her were filed by a friend and colleague of PC Ash.
Thames Valley Police launched a review last year following court action by her family, leading to the removal of 20 of the reports earlier this year.