Remi regularly appears before the Crown and Magistrates’ Court on behalf of police forces in civil applications relating to domestic violence, sexual offending, anti-social behaviour, dangerous dogs, football hooliganism and forfeiture of cash seized under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. He has defended civil claims brought in the County Court and has experience representing police forces in applications for disclosure in the Family Court.
Remi has also been involved in resisting a judicial review claim brought by police officers against the IPCC and carried out extensive disclosure reviews for the Metropolitan Police Service, the Crown Prosecution Service and the Government Legal Department.
During pupillage Remi worked on assault/battery, false imprisonment, misfeasance and malicious prosecution cases under the supervision of Jonathan Dixey, Alan Payne and Francesca Whitelaw. He also assisted in providing advice to police forces on operational and tactical matters.
Remi provides lectures and training to police forces, including most recently:
- Police powers under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
- Disclosure of police material into the Family Court