Crime Pattern Analysis Research, 1989-1992

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Dear Home Office,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, I request access to documents concerning research conducted by the Home Office Scientific Research and Development Branch (SRDB) and the Police Scientific Development Branch (PSDB) on the subject of crime pattern analysis. Specifically, I would like any documents relating to the project they ran named 'Diana', which ran approximately from 1989 to 1992, and was concerned with analysing land-line phone connections for the purposes of crime pattern analysis and criminal intelligence.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Ben Taylor

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Dear Dr Taylor
 
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C Kitchen
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