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Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Departmental Surveillance (6 Oct 2008)

James Duddridge: ..., Schools and Families how many applications his Department and its predecessor have made under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 to (a) undertake directed surveillance, (b) use covert human intelligence sources, (c) acquire communications data and (d) undertake intrusive surveillance in the last 24 months.

Written Answers — Communities and Local Government: Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (1 Sep 2008)

Iain Wright: None. Local authorities' access to communications data and use of directed surveillance and covert human intelligence sources is governed by secondary legislation made under the 2000 Act. This restricts local council access and use of these techniques to the purpose of preventing or detecting crime or disorder in the carrying out of their functions. RIPA requires that their use is necessary...

Written Answers — Home Department: Police: Bureaucracy (9 Jun 2008)

Tony McNulty: ...others to raise understanding of what RIPA is for and how it should be used appropriately. Some progress has already been achieved, including improved guidance for practitioners from the new ACPO Covert Investigation Steering Group and from a new statutory code of practice for the acquisition of communications data which came into force on 1 October 2007. Codes on covert surveillance and...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Clause 18 (29 Apr 2008)

Tony McNulty: ...footing to permit law enforcement use for certain purposes. That material includes—I need to determine whether this is the definitive list, because I am not sure whether it is—samples obtained covertly under part 3 of the Police Act 1997 or part 2 of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000. For example, under the 1997 Act, a warrant may give the police power to enter...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members’ Business: Death of Raymond McCord Jnr (28 Apr 2008)

Dawn Purvis: ...truth — and it is indefensible. I want to put on record — as the Police Ombudsman did at the time — that I welcome the changes made by the PSNI since 2003 to secure effective management of covert human intelligence sources. The Policing Board must ensure that those recommendations are implemented and reviewed regularly. The report has had ramifications for wider society and has...

Written Answers — Home Department: Surveillance (10 Mar 2008)

Bob Neill: ... (1) what plans her Department has to issue revised guidance to local authorities on their use of surveillance and the interception of communications; (2) which local authorities recruited covert human intelligence sources in 2006-07; (3) which local authorities were (a) authorised to acquire and (b) acquired communications data in 2006.

[Ann Winterton in the Chair] — Police Funding (10 Jan 2008)

David Ruffley: ...To undertake surveillance, for example, on a suspected cocaine dealer in a bar, the following RIPA requirements would have to be met: an application form to authorise the procedure—four pages; an intelligence schedule—two pages; an authority form—two pages, with each page having to be hand signed; a review form—five pages; and for surveillance lasting more than five months, a...

Written Answers — House of Lords: People Trafficking (30 Oct 2007)

Lord West of Spithead: Due to the covert nature of trafficking it is extremely difficult to gain a clear picture of the extent of the problem. The UK Human Trafficking Centre is working to produce the strategic assessment on trafficking for the Serious Organised Crime Agency's UK Threat Assessment. A public copy of this report is published every year. Pentameter two launched on 3 October will also provide valuable...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (22 Oct 2007)

Kenny MacAskill: Independent scrutiny of the process of managing covert human intelligence sources within police forces is provided by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary. The Scottish Executive has no plans to review this process.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (19 Oct 2007)

Kenny MacAskill: Responsibility for payments made to covert human intelligence sources rests with chief constables.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (12 Oct 2007)

Kenny MacAskill: None of the annual police budget is assigned to payments for information from covert human intelligence sources and other sources. Operational responsibility for payments to covert human intelligence sources rests with chief constables.

Scottish Parliament written answers — Police: Police (9 Aug 2007)

Kenny MacAskill: It would not be in the public interest to disclose information about covert human intelligence sources.

Ba Flight 149 (27 Apr 2007)

Norman Baker: ...regarding my involvement with Flight BA 149. That details...are true and accurate accounts of events as recalled by me to the very best of my memory and ability as per my direct involvement in the covert operation flown into Kuwait on flight BA 149, and the subsequent gathering of intelligence material of Iraqi troop strengths, positions and unit identification in 1990. That Operation...

Interception of Communications (Admissibility of Evidence) Bill [HL] (16 Mar 2007)

Lord Thomas of Gresford: ...today in a debate on a matter which we have so frequently discussed together. On the use of intercept evidence, the Government, in their reply to the 24th report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights, said: "There is ongoing work to re-examine the case for, and the likely benefits of, using intercept as evidence to secure more convictions, primarily against organised criminals and...

Written Answers — Home Department: Office of Surveillance Commissioners (12 Mar 2007)

Oliver Heald: ...authorities the Office of the Surveillance Commissioners inspects and monitors in respect of (a) property interference, (b) intrusive surveillance, (c) directed surveillance and (d) using covert human intelligence sources.

Written Answers — Home Department: Prisons: Informers (5 Mar 2007)

Gerry Sutcliffe: It is not Prison Service policy to confirm or deny details on the use of covert human intelligence sources. In any event, information about self-harm and deaths amongst prisoners or people released from prison is not collated centrally in the requested format and could be obtained only at disproportionate costs.

Written Answers — Home Department: Informers (19 Feb 2007)

Tony McNulty: There are national standard training programmes, developed and endorsed by the Association of Chief Police Officers, for the management of covert human intelligence sources. This training is mandatory for those involved in source management.

Written Answers — Home Department: MI5: Informers (19 Feb 2007)

Tony McNulty: The Security Service complies fully with the provisions of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act including the statutory Codes of Practice on Covert Human Intelligence Sources and covert surveillance.

Written Answers — Home Department: Informers (16 Feb 2007)

Tony McNulty: There are national standard training programmes, developed and endorsed by the Association of Chief Police Officers, for the management of covert human intelligence sources. This training is mandatory for those involved in source management.

Written Answers — Home Department: MI5: Informers (16 Feb 2007)

Tony McNulty: The Security Service complies fully with the provisions of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act including the statutory Codes of Practice on Covert Human Intelligence Sources and covert surveillance.


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