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Written Answers — Home Office: Police: North West (19 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: This information is not collected centrally by the Home Office. How forces deploy resources and equip police vehicles is an operational matter for chief constables.

Written Answers — Home Office: Lancashire Constabulary: Horses (19 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Home office does not hold any information centrally on the number of police horses deployed in each constabulary.

Written Answers — Home Office: Pedicabs: Road Traffic Offences (18 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Home Office does not hold this information centrally.

Written Answers — Home Office: Football: Police (17 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: Charging for Special Police Services is a matter for the relevant Police and Crime Commissioner. The Home Office does not formally request this information from police forces.

Written Answers — Home Office: Police (16 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: Police and Crime Commissioners are responsible for recruiting and appointing chief constables. Information is not collected centrally by the Home Office on the number of people applying for chief constable roles. All potential opportunities in policing should be open to the widest pool of capable candidates. Suitably qualified officers from overseas have been eligible for chief constable...

Written Answers — Home Office: Detection Rates (16 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: In 2017, the Minister for Policing and Fire spoke to every force in England and Wales about the changing demands they face, and how these can best be managed. Following this engagement, the Government has proposed an increase in funding of up to £450m across the police system for 2018/19 and highlighted the opportunity modern digital technology offers to enable frontline officers to...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police: North Yorkshire (16 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Home Office collects and publishes statistics on the number of police officers employed by each police force in England and Wales on a bi-annual basis. The latest available data are published in the ‘Police workforce, England and Wales, 31 March 2017’ statistical bulletin, available here: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/police-workforce-en...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police Custody: Sanitary Protection (16 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The analysis of the responses to the letter sent to Chief Constables will be led by the National Policing Lead to inform the new national guidance for officers.

Written Answers — Home Office: Airguns: Licensing (16 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: We are reviewing the regulation of air weapons in England and Wales, and we have asked for the views of interested parties by 6 February 2018. The review is looking at issues such as manufacturing standards, secure storage and whether current arrangements are sufficient to prevent children gaining access to air weapons. We will also take account of the arrangements in Scotland and Northern...

Written Answers — Home Office: Trimega (15 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Home Office did not distribute details of contract renewals and tenders to Trimega through the Pipeline Monitoring System. The Pipeline Monitoring System was a non-contractual framework management process adopted under the National Forensic Framework Agreement (NFFA) and the National Forensic Framework Next Generation (NFFNG). Trimega worked in the family law sector and were not on the...

Written Answers — Home Office: Hunting: Cheshire (15 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The enforcement of the Hunting Act is an operational matter for the police. This is in line with their duties to keep the peace, protect communities and prevent the commission of offences, working within the provisions of the legal framework set by Parliament. It is for individual Chief Constables to determine how their resources are deployed and it is for locally elected PCCs to hold their...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police Custody: Sanitary Protection (15 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: This information is not held centrally by the Home Office.

Written Answers — Home Office: Money Laundering (12 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Government has legislated, by way of the Criminal Finances Act 2017, to provide law enforcement agencies with new powers to tackle money laundering. These include Unexplained Wealth Orders, which require those linked to serious crime to explain the origin of their assets, and new civil powers to freeze and forfeit criminal funds held in bank accounts without the need for a criminal conviction.

Written Answers — Home Office: Firearms: Licensing (12 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Policing and Crime Act 2017 introduced a power to enable the Secretary of State to issue statutory guidance to the police on their firearms licensing functions. The police will be required to have regard to this guidance. We intend to consult on this guidance publically before it is finalised.

Written Answers — Home Office: Emergency Services: Road Traffic Offences (12 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: There are no plans to collect this information centrally.

Written Answers — Home Office: Lancashire Constabulary: Finance (12 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Lancashire PCC has submitted an application for Special Grant funding for the costs of policing the anti-fracking protests in Lancashire. This is currently being reviewed by HMICFRS and a decision will be made in due course.

Written Answers — Home Office: Abortion: Clinics (12 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: I refer the Hon. Member to the answer I gave to the Hon. Member for Congleton on the 20th December 2017, UIN 119787.

Written Answers — Home Office: Police: Electronic Surveillance (11 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006 makes it an offence for a person to interfere with wireless telegraphy or to use wireless telegraphy with the intent to obtain information as to the contents, sender or addressee of a message of which neither he nor a person on whose behalf he is acting is an intended recipient, without lawful authority. Investigative activity by public authorities involving...

Written Answers — Home Office: Police: Electronic Surveillance (11 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: The Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006 makes it an offence for a person to interfere with wireless telegraphy or to use wireless telegraphy with the intent to obtain information as to the contents, sender or addressee of a message of which neither he nor a person on whose behalf he is acting is an intended recipient, without lawful authority. Investigative activity by public authorities involving...

Written Answers — Home Office: Forensic Science (10 Jan 2018)

Nick Hurd: Home Office officials were made aware of alleged malpractice at Randox Testing Services on 12 January 2017. Home Office ministers were made aware on 17 January 2017. At this early stage, the scale of the alleged malpractice was not known On 19 January 2017, Home Office officials were made aware that malpractice may have occurred at Trimega. The available information regarding alleged...


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