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Moreover, if there are two or more complainants who reside in different cities and municipalities, exclusive jurisdiction is vested upon the PLEB of the city or municipality where the complainant was first filed.
To gain access to the website, the public is required to seek permission from the DILG and their local PLEB.
If he thinks the police are plebs what does he really think of voters?
The MP, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, had denied saying: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs."
Florece said out of 1,649 municipalities, 85 percent or 1,403 already have their own PLEBs as of this year.
Mr Mitchell, who resigned as whip a month after the altercation, vehemently denied during his two-week libel action against News Group Newspapers (NGN) that he had said: "Best you learn your f*** place - you don't run this f*** government - you're f*** plebs."
In an extraordinary press conference, the former government chief whip, who was forced to quit after he was accused by Downing Street police of swearing at them and calling them "plebs", said he had been "stitched up".
Mr Mitchell, who is said to have called police "f*** plebs" when they refused to let him through a gate, is also facing questions over why he gave Rwandan dictator Paul Kagame PS16million as International Development Secretary.
NEWS that Tory chief whip Andrew Mitchell is alleged to have called a police officer a pleb made you furious...
People can report police abuses to the People's Law Enforcement Board (PLEB) in their areas, including cops deployed in the war on drugs, the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) said on Wednesday.
A judge last year found against Mr Mitchell, saying: "I am satisfied at least on balance of probabilities that Mr Mitchell did speak the words alleged or something so close to them as to amount to the same, including the politically toxic word 'pleb.'"."
But he doesn't extend that amnesty to former government chief whip David Mitchell, who a libel judge last week decided had used the word 'pleb' to insult a copper in Downing Street.
And finally we have the case of Tory MP Andrew Mitchell who admitted swearing at a policeman but denied calling him a pleb.
Mitchell accused the officer of lying but the judge, Mr Justice Mitting said: "I am satisfied, at least on the balance of probabilities, that Mr Mitchell did speak the words alleged or something so close to them as to amount to the same including the politically toxic word pleb."