Common Law Court Peace Service
Becoming a Common Law Constable
If you are considering becoming a Common Law Constable please read below and note that you need to have recorded your birth certificate & reclaimed your ficticious name prior to application.
You will also need to have a photograph ready to upload to the application form
Should you already own a Common Law Court Card the photo you supplied will be used in the application.
What you will need
Note! To became a constable you Will Need to have BC AND FN in the future!
The CLC Peace Service
At a Common Law Court on the 31st August 2019 in Guilford, the Common Law Court Peace Service was created.
The CLC Peace Service was tasked with protecting living men and women under the Common Law Court and enforcing its orders.
Unlike the existing police and private security firms, who have no authority, the CLC Constables carry with them the authority of the people while also acting under the Common Law Court jurisdiction.
So, what is a constable?
Role of the Peace Constable
In medieval law, a constable was a high functionary under the French and English kings. The importance and dignity of this position was second only to that of the monarch. The constable led the royal armies and was cognizant of all military matters, exercising both civil and military jurisdiction. It was also his duty to conserve the peace of the nation.
Today, the police have since mostly assumed the functions of officers; however, they have become increasingly influenced by corporate entities. The term of office and removal therefrom are, these days, usually governed by statutory constitutions, rules and statutes. A basis for removal may reside in neglect of duty defined by those rules rather than any neglect of duty towards the people. We now even see various privately funded police, patrolling in uniforms and marked vehicles, paid to do the bidding of a small group of wealthy residents; as such they are acting as paid employees of the few in total contrast to their original function as a protector of the people.
Modern ‘policing’ by officers has resulted in government and even private directives, diverting the focus of a constable’s service to the people in favour of serving the few with inequitable control.
A true constable has the status of peace officer, an individual designated by the people to maintain the peace and arrest individuals guilty or suspected of crime. The constable must yield to the superior authority of a sheriff and the Common Law Court.
Service of process—the delivering of a summons which informs an individual that he or she is a defendant in a lawsuit— this is an important function of a constable. Common Law confers the power to serve process. The constable executes the process of the Common Law Court.
Attachment—the seizure of a debtor's property pursuant to a Common Law Court order—is another function of a constable. It is the constable's duty to assume custody of and carefully preserve the property to be seized. In most instances, the constable is expected to sell the property and collect and distribute the sale proceeds.
Miscellaneous duties assigned to constables include the custody of juries, attendance at criminal Court sessions, and the service of writs—Court orders requiring the performance of a specified act or giving authority to have it done.
The Current situation with policing and regulatory bodies in the UK is now so corrupted and working against the very people it was created to serve, and who pay for it from taxes, that providing an alternative is now essential.
Such a system should be by the people for the people.
But we still need to bear in mind the need for compliance with Best Practice guidelines to avoid arrest and charges of various natures being brought against the public and Peace Constables by the current establishment.
Therefore, Knowledge of statutory legislation as well as Common Law will allow the Peace Constables to avoid falling foul of the establishment whilst operating lawfully under Common Law.
For this very reason we feel it is essential to cover both common law and statutory law throughout this training where we have identified both may have a tendency to interact with each other.
We will be giving a general overview to supply you all with the tools necessary to be an effective Peace Constable.