Legislators on the DNA Database

Paul Burke made this Freedom of Information request to National Policing Improvement Agency

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Dear Sir or Madam,

Please advise how many Government Ministers, former Government Ministers and Members of Parliament have through supporting the policy of DNA collection, had their names placed upon the database?

Further to this request, should any Government Minister, former Minister or Member of Parliament be named on the datebase, have any sought to have their name removed from the database?

Yours faithfully,

Paul Burke

NPIA FOI Team,

Dear Mr Burke,

Thank you for your recent request for information, about Legislators of the DNA Database, dated 08th June 2009. Your request was received on 08th June 2009 and I am dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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Andy Woodgate
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National Policing Improvement Agency

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Dear Mr Burke

Please find attached the NPIA's response to your request.

<<NRSB99-0111-090706 Final response 46767.pdf>>

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NPIA FOI TEAM
National Policing Improvement Agency

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