The National Police Chiefs’ Council Lead on Child Protection, Chief Constable Simon Bailey, has responded to claims made by the NSPCC in relation to applications made by members of the public for Child Sexual Offender Disclosures under the legislation known as ‘Sarah’s Law’.
The National Police Chiefs' Council lead on communications data, Assistant Chief Constable Richard Berry, has commented on the High Court ruling this morning (July 17 2015) regarding the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA).
FGM Protection Orders, which allow the courts to act to protect and safeguard victims and potential victims of Female Genital Mutilation, come into force today (July 17, 2015). The NPCC Lead on FGM, Commander Mak Chishty, has commented.
National Police Chiefs' Council Lead on Communications Data, Assistant Chief Constable Richard Berry, has responded to the six-monthly report by the Interception of Communications Commissioner, which was laid before the Prime Minister yesterday (July 16).
NPCC lead on undercover policing, Temporary Chief Constable Jon Boutcher, has given the service's take on the Home Secretary's announcement of the remit of Lord Justice Pitchford's inquiry into undercover policing.
The NPCC's lead on communications data, Assistant Chief Constable Richard Berry, has responded on behalf of operational policing to today's Independent Surveillance Review report from the Royal United Service Institute (RUSI)
In response to two HMIC reports today on child protection, NPCC says that we have got to fundamentally change our approach to policing so that our absolute focus is on working proactively with other agencies to protect the public from harm committed on or offline.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council has today (Monday, June 29) given its wholehearted support to ‘Say Something’ a new helpline targeted at children and young people with concerns about child sexual exploitation (CSE) involving themselves or others.
Fifty kilos of heroin and more than £500,000 has been seized as officers from UK law enforcement agencies have been carrying out a week of heightened operational activity at various air, sea and rail ports as they continue to protect the public from the threat of terrorism and serious organised crime at these key locations across the country.