Consultation outcome

Proposed reduction in frequency of Afghanistan operational casualty statistics

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Consultation results

Detail of outcome

On 20 March 2015, Defence Statistics opened a consultation with internal and external stakeholders regarding the proposed reduction in frequency of three operational casualty Official Statistics on UK service personnel deployed to Afghanistan.

This consultation period ended on 17 April 2015. There were no responses during the consultation period. The attached document outlines the changes that will be made to each publication together with the next publication date.

Original consultation

Summary

We are seeking your views on the proposed reduction in frequency of the publication of Afghanistan operational casualty Official Statistics.

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Consultation description

Defence Statistics (Health) currently produce 3 operational casualty Official Statistics on UK service personnel deployed to Afghanistan. Following the UK drawdown in Afghanistan very low numbers of casualties are being reported.

Defence Statistics are therefore consulting with internal and external stakeholders on the proposal to reduce the frequency of the following operational casualty Official Statistics:

  • UK service personnel amputation statistics from quarterly to annually
  • Afghanistan very seriously injured (VSI) and seriously injured (SI) tracking statistics from bi-annually to annually
  • UK service personnel patient treatment Statistics from monthly to quarterly

Ways to respond

If you have any comments on the proposed changes please send:

By email to: DefStrat-Stat-Health-PQ-FOI@mod.uk

By post to:

Defence Statistics (Health)
Ministry of Defence
Oak 0 West, #6028
Abbey Wood North
Bristol
BS34 8JH

Documents

Consultation document

Published 20 March 2015
Last updated 12 May 2015 + show all updates
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