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Hello To cut a long story short I was arrested on suspicion of harassment/stalking (unspecified and no allegation of violence/ threats ) of ex many months ago now and bailed then RUi Would the OiC tell a suspect if their case is to be referred to CPS or charged or dropped or just leave it for a letter/requisition to arrive My questions might provide answers of benefit to other members or readers of this forum. If it is deemed unsuitable for inclusion then my apologies. My OiC rarely or very slowly gets back to enquiries. I don't want to pester because on one hand I get it that there is a hefty workload and I won't as I wouldn't like to enhance an impression of being an overly persistent person given the nature of the investigation ! Also when you are bailed with quite strict conditions and then converted to RUI does that mean a senior officer now thinks differently of the perceived risk that led to to the conditions quite recently. At least that's how I interpreted it . They did tell me I was likely to be converted in advance and that there was no need to go down on X day of X month. Another thing I have noticed is that no indication is given up to this point (orally at or post arrest or interview or in any custody paperwork that you can get copies of ) of what section it is thought you may have breached. I assumed from what was disclosed at interview re alleged impact that the non aggravated version of the offence/s applied but then what if the complainant months in says their impact is now evolved to be substantial or that they now feel afraid when they didn't prior to the police intervention. Thanks