FOI release

Recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas

The Home Office has received 7 FOI requests variously requesting the correspondence between the Home Office and the Association of Chief Police…

Documents

Part 1 – Information from 2001-2004 (PDF file - 375kb)

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Part 2 – Information from March-July 2006 (PDF file - 489kb)

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Part 3 – Information from September-November 2006 (PDF file - 1mb - Warning: large file)

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Part 4 – 3/10/06 ACPO letter to Tony McNulty and Joan Ryan’s response (PDF file - 224kb)

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Detail

The Home Office has received 7 FOI requests variously requesting the correspondence between the Home Office and the Association of Chief Police Officers or the UK Central Authority relating to concerns about the recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas, and all documents generated by the Home Office during the setting up of the UK Central Authority - the organisation run by ACPO.

The attachments provide all the information that falls within the
scope of the requests.

Part 1 - Information from 2001-2004
Part 2 - Information from March-July 2006
Part 3 - Information from September-November 2006
Part 4 - 3/10/06 ACPO letter to Tony McNulty and Joan Ryan’s response

In addition, the Home Office has conducted an inquiry into the recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas. View the inquiry’s final report.

Date: Fri Mar 02 11:30:00 GMT 2007

In response to 7 freedom of information requests about correspondence between the Home Office and ACPO or the UK Central Authority relating to the recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas, and all documents generated by the HO during the setting up of the UK Central Authority - the organisation run by ACPO

In response to 7 freedom of information requests about correspondence between the Home Office and ACPO or the UK Central Authority relating to the recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas, and all documents generated by the HO during the setting up of the UK Central Authority - the organisation run by ACPO

Recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas

Recording of crimes committed by Britons overseas