All 11 results for speaker:the Earl of Rosslyn

Policing and Crime Bill: Second Reading (3 Jun 2009)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I should like to say something about Part 3 of the Bill and in doing so I declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police. There are good reasons why policy makers and practitioners should continue to be concerned about the misuse of alcohol by children and young persons. Although fewer young people are drinking alcohol, those who are appear to be doing so more...

Police (2 Mar 2006)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, in thanking my noble friend for introducing this debate I should declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police, where I have responsibility for royalty and diplomatic protection. It was also a pleasure to hear one of my former commissioners speak today. While my future career prospects no longer depend upon agreeing with him, I did so in almost every respect....

Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill (14 Mar 2005)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I begin by declaring an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police and as someone who has worked operationally with both the National Crime Squad and Customs and Excise, two constituent parts of the proposed Serious Organised Crime Agency. The new agency will, I believe, deliver a more co-ordinated and creative approach to tackling organised crime, building on the...

Second Reading debate resumed. (15 Dec 2003)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I begin by declaring an interest as a serving police officer. During my 23 years' service, I have had operational responsibility for the investigation of domestic violence offences. More recently, when director of training for the Metropolitan Police, I have tried to provide a coherent programme of development and training for colleagues working in the field. I think it is fair to...

Police Reform Bill [HL] (5 Feb 2002)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I should like to say something about the issue of community support officers. In doing so, I should declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police, in which I am a commander with responsibility for the force's training. Writing in 1943, Charles Reith said that, "the police are the public and the public are the police, the police being only members of the public...

Public Service (24 Oct 2001)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, in thanking the right reverend Prelate for this opportunity, I should like to say something from a policing perspective. I declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police where I am a commander with responsibility for the force's training. It is therefore a great pleasure to follow my noble friend and former commissioner. Martin Luther King said, "life's most...

Criminal Justice and Police Bill (2 Apr 2001)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I shall address my remarks to Part V of the Bill. In so doing, I declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police: I am a commander with responsibility for the force's training. In order to be effective, the police service depends on the consent of the communities it serves. That consent depends significantly on the trust and respect that people have for the...

Boys and Fatherhood (24 Jan 2001)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I begin by thanking my noble friend Lord Northbourne for introducing this debate today. I should like to say something about the issue from a criminal justice perspective and in so doing should declare an interest as a serving officer in the Metropolitan Police where I am a commander with responsibility for the force's training. Most of my career, however, has been in operational...

Special Constabulary (18 Apr 2000)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, perhaps I may begin by thanking the noble Lord, Lord Bradshaw, for tabling this Question tonight. I should also like to declare an interest as a serving police officer with Thames Valley Police. The Police Act states that, "a Special Constable enjoys all the powers, privileges and protections of a Constable in the police area for which he or she has been appointed". They also face...

Children's Refuges (20 Jan 2000)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I too begin by thanking the noble Earl, Lord Russell, for giving us the opportunity to discuss this important report. We also have reason to be grateful to the Children's Society, whose work in developing services for vulnerable children and for promoting understanding through research is so much valued by policy-makers and practitioners alike. I should like to make one or two...

Children (Leaving Care) Bill [H.L.] (7 Dec 1999)

the Earl of Rosslyn: My Lords, I should like to say something about the Bill from a criminal justice perspective. In so doing, I declare an interest as a serving police officer in the Thames Valley, where I am currently head of youth justice for the force. It is well known that a disproportionate amount of crime is committed by young people, especially by young males. The 1994 Audit Commission report, Misspent...


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