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Metropolitan Police: Casey Review (21 Mar 2023)

Suella Braverman: ...VAWG to the strategic policing requirement, meaning that it is set out as a national threat for forces to deal with specifically. We are funding the first full-time national policing lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, who is driving improvements in the police responses. We are also providing up to £3.3 million for domestic abuse matters and consulting on increasing the powers that police...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Meters (13 Mar 2023)

Amanda Solloway: ...of smart meters in traditional mode, i.e. meters temporarily unable to automatically send meter readings to the energy supplier, at Great Britain level only.[1] The Data Communications Company (DCC), which operates the smart meter national communications infrastructure, is obligated under its licence to provide coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great Britain. In addition,...

Prostitution - Question (21 Feb 2023)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: The noble Baroness is quite right. The DCC and the Safeguarding Minister had an introductory conversation at the end of January in which they discussed all those issues. The Safeguarding Minister highlighted that the Government are not minded at present to seek to change the law, based partly on a lack of unequivocal evidence. On the cost of living crisis, we are obviously extremely concerned...

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Energy: Ceredigion (20 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: As many households and small businesses as possible should benefit from smart metering. The Data Communications Company (DCC), which operates the national communications infrastructure for smart metering, is obligated under its licence to provide coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great Britain. The energy regulator Ofgem is responsible for ensuring the DCC complies with its...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Office: 2023 Strategic Policing Requirement (20 Feb 2023)

Suella Braverman: ...made tackling violence against women and girls a key priority and as such no woman or girl should ever have to feel unsafe in her home or community. For example, the Home Office continues to fund DCC Maggie Blyth’s role as the National Policing Lead for VAWG, alongside funding to support the continued excellent work of the NPCC VAWG Taskforce in driving coordination and improving the...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters ( 3 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: ..., with 54% of gas and electricity meters across Great Britain now smart. The Government has introduced minimum annual installation targets for energy suppliers. The Data Communications Company (DCC), which operates the national communications infrastructure for smart metering, is obligated under its licence to provide communications coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Meters: Energy ( 3 Feb 2023)

Graham Stuart: ...possible to benefit from smart metering, and millions of consumers across Great Britain, in different types of geographies, are already realising these benefits. The Data Communications Company (DCC), which operates the national communications infrastructure for smart metering, is obligated under its licence to provide communications coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (31 Jan 2023)

Graham Stuart: As many households and small businesses as possible should benefit from smart metering. The Data Communications Company (DCC), which operates the national communications infrastructure for smart metering, is obliged under its licence to provide communications coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great Britain. In addition, the DCC is also required to seek to provide coverage where...

Written Answers — Home Office: Gender Based Violence (30 Jan 2023)

Sarah Dines: ...Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan in March 2022, including action to tackle the causes of these crimes. This includes supporting the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, to help strengthen the police response as well as ratifying the Istanbul Convention on 21 July 2022. The Government recently announced that we are supporting the Rt Hon Greg Clark...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (22 Dec 2022)

Graham Stuart: First generation (SMETS1) smart meters are being remotely moved onto the national smart metering communications network, run by the Data Communications Company (DCC), so that consumers regain smart services and keep them if they switch energy supplier in the future. Second generation smart (SMETS2) meters are connected to the national network from the point of installation. BEIS does not...

Written Answers — Home Office: Domestic Abuse and Sexual Offences: Hull North (21 Dec 2022)

Sarah Dines: ...of these crimes. In driving delivery of our commitments set out in the strategy, we have supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls, DCC Maggie Blyth. We have also announced that we will be adding violence against women and girls to the Strategic Policing Requirement, meaning it will be set out as a national threat for forces...

Written Answers — Home Office: Gender Based Violence ( 5 Dec 2022)

Lord Sharpe of Epsom: ...Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan in March 2022, including action to tackle the causes of these crimes. We have supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, to help strengthen the police response as well as ratifying the Istanbul Convention on 21 July 2022, demonstrating to women in the UK and to our partners overseas our commitment to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Gender Based Violence (31 Oct 2022)

Chris Philp: ...we published the Tackling VAWG Strategy in July 2021, including action to tackle the causes of these crimes. We have:supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, to help strengthen the police response;ratified the Istanbul Convention on 21 July 2022, demonstrating to women in the UK and to our partners overseas our commitment to tackling...

Written Answers — Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: Energy: Meters (17 Oct 2022)

Graham Stuart: The Data Communications Company (DCC) is required to provide smart meter network coverage to at least 99.25% of premises across Great Britain. This is a dedicated network developed in coordination with industry security experts and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to ensure that robust security controls are in place. The network relies upon a variety of technologies to deliver...

Written Answers — Home Office: Night-time Economy: Females (23 Sep 2022)

Jeremy Quin: ...of our commitments set out in the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy, we have supported the introduction of a full-time National Policing Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls, DCC Maggie Blyth, who has been in post since November 2021 and has been working closely with Government to coordinate the policing response to VAWG crimes.

Written Answers — Home Office: Gender Based Violence ( 6 Sep 2022)

Amanda Solloway: ...at home, online, at work and in public spaces. This includes action to tackle the causes of these crimes. We have: o supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, to help strengthen the police response; o ratified the Istanbul Convention on 21 July 2022, demonstrating to women in the UK and to our partners overseas our commitment to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Domestic Abuse ( 6 Sep 2022)

Amanda Solloway: ...at home, online, at work and in public spaces. This includes action to tackle the causes of these crimes. We have: o supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for VAWG, DCC Maggie Blyth, to help strengthen the police response; o ratified the Istanbul Convention on 21 July 2022, demonstrating to women in the UK and to our partners overseas our commitment to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Sexual Offences: Crime Prevention (11 Jul 2022)

Amanda Solloway: ...support at three major courts. More broadly, through the VAWG Strategy we have:supported the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls – with DCC Maggie Blyth now in post;launched a new national communications campaign, Enough, with a focus on targeting perpetrators and harmful misogynistic attitudes, educating young people about healthy...

Written Answers — Home Office: Gender Based Violence (21 Jun 2022)

Rachel Maclean: ...commits to a number of actions and we are already making progress. This includes:supporting the introduction of a new full-time National Policing Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls – with DCC Maggie Blyth now in post;a new national communications campaign, Enough, with a focus on targeting perpetrators and harmful misogynistic attitudes, educating young people about healthy...

Written Answers — Home Office: Home Office: Training ( 8 Jun 2022)

Rachel Maclean: ...of forces already, and the Home Office will provide up to £3.3 million over three years to support further delivery. The new full-time National Policing Lead for Violence Against Women and Girls, DCC Maggie Blyth, has included building trust and confidence as a key pillar for delivery: this includes working with charities supporting ethnic minority women and girls to avoid their specific...


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