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Written Statement To Parliament: Interoperability Of UK Criminal Records


This written ministerial statement was laid in the House of Commons by James Brokenshire on 1 September 2014


Published on 01 September 2014



by Home Office and James Brokenshire MP

(WireNews)

London, England

James Brokenshire MP
James Brokenshire MP

Immigration and Security Minister (James Brokenshire):

Today we have completed work to connect Northern Ireland criminal records to those of the rest of the UK. For the first time, this will provide interoperability through an automated link between the Police Service Northern Ireland and all other UK police forces. This will allow the searching of all criminal records and associated fingerprints via a national system.

This will improve public protection, enhance counter terrorism capability, assist crime solving (including previously unsolved cases) and further strengthen the protection of the UK borders.

This work delivers against key recommendations made on criminality information management by Lord Bichard, Sir Ian Magee and Mrs Sunita Mason, CBE.


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Posted 2014-09-01 13:00:00