Bayode v Chief Constable of Derbyshire - Keeping of notes about a police officer by colleagues did not, of itself, amount to a detriment  EAT
Mr Bayode was a police officer. having complained about a colleague he brought a race discrimination claim against the Chief Constable. One of his complaints was of victimisation - he alleged that colleagues were recording matters about him. An employment tribunal dismissed his claims. On the victimisation point it held that the mere act of making a written record where no inappropriate action was taken in respect of the issues recorded was not a detriment. On this point Mr Bayode appealed.