I note your request for information was as follows:
Would you provide please the reports to the board of conducted audits, by the criminal records bureau?
For All parts of this request please use required period as October 2002 to October 2012. Please also provide the number of disclosures processed by the CRB. A by type and then broken down again, on a month by month basis.
Totalled by type, then broken down on year by year, and accumulative total by type.
Please also show in a separate column the number of disputed certificates.
The date of dispute and date of resolution, the total number of days/ weeks taken to resolve the dispute. Indicating any dispute that proceeds to legal actions and in a separate column the outcome
Then broken down by type, on a month by month & year by year basis for [Oct 02 to Oct 12]
Then subsequently broken down by force
It is not for me to be specific as to the audits conducted by the CRB body however for clarity I require information that appertains to the inspection of the CRB bureau within any police force, (some forces claimed that the CRB funds their bureau) or any audit carried out on the information supplied by police force to the criminal records bureau. And any other associated audits that you have conducted whether they are financial the procedural or policy driven.
(For assistance if I might suggest this would include all forms of quality assessment carried out by the CRB, or the due diligent enquiries and responses conducted following complaint processes with their associated analyses)
It may assist if I suggest that an audit has a predefined parameter policy and procedure to explore and usually formulates a conclusion and analysis.
I am told that “Audits” are often formalised and created into documents, usually in a portable document format; predominantly for distribution to members of the executive, for example these may be for internal distribution within an organisation in areas such as a customer service, financial or performance scrutiny section within an organisation and shared publicly often with an organisation’s executive management team.