Posts tagged with  " police "

Home Office rules for counting crimes

March 6, 2009:

Our attention has been brought to the Home Office’s Counting Rules for recording notifiable offences.  These rules were developed in consultation with the Association of Chief Police OfficersPolice Forces and other key stakeholders to provide Force Crime Registrars (FCRs) with policy for crime recording in England and Wales. The Rules were revised to take account of the […]

1.5 million arrests made a year

March 3, 2009:

 The following question was asked by Claire Curtis Thomas in Parliament. Claire Curtis-Thomas (Crosby, Labour) | Hansard source To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) how many persons arrested were later released on police bail of (a) less than three months, (b) three to six months, (c) six to nine months, […]

The Policing and Crime Bill – changes to CRB practice

January 1, 2009:

A new piece of legislation, the Policing and Crime Bill was introduced to Parliament in December. This Bill, in clauses 62 – 72 proposes to make various amendments to the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act (SVGA) and to the Police Act 1997 Part V which concerns listing and crbs. The main effects are: Clause 62: Renaming […]

Get docs a real watchdog

May 15, 2005:

A top human-rights lawyer has called for the General Medical Council to be scrapped after it cleared a doctor who played a key role in an infamous child sex abuse scandal of any wrongdoing.Consultant paediatrician Camille de San Lazaro was involved in investigating allegations that children were sexually abused at a Newcastle nursery.She later gave […]

Welsh child sex abuse investigation grows

May 15, 2000:

More than 60 detectives are now involved in Operation Goldfinch, the investigation into allegations of abuse in children’s homes across south Wales. Several hundred former residents of about 50 homes, many of which have since closed, are being interviewed by police.  The inquiry is expected to last at least another year. Most of the allegations […]

West Dudley MBC following up allegations of historical abuse

February 21, 2000:

Dudley Council is today, Monday 21st February 2000, following up an allegation made by a local Brierley Hill man that he was subjected to sexual abuse whilst living at Saltwells House approximately 20 years ago. This allegation came to light following an article in the Express and Star, Friday 18th February 2000, in which it […]

Assembly Minister gives initial response to Waterhouse Report

February 16, 2000:

National Assembly Health and Social Services Secretary Jane Hutt today (Wednesday, 16 February) gave her initial response to the Waterhouse report in a statement to the Health and Social Services Committee. She said: “I know that Assembly Members will have been shocked and appalled by the story this report has to tell. It graphically illustrates […]

Former care home resident claims he was a sex slave and was sexually abuse abused by 49 men

Accounts by former residents of Bryn Estyn – do you believe them? The Guardian

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