Proceeds of crime

Luna Taylor made this Freedom of Information request to Home Office

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Dear Home Office,

Leicestershire Police has received £127,000 from the Home Office for the value of assets confiscated from criminals by its officers. In 2009/2010, the force said it had seized £542,000 of cash and property, with the money going to the government. Leics has tth eigth highest confiscation figures in the country.

Please could you let me know the amounts given to all other Police Forces for this time period, or point me to where it is published?

I would also like a copy of / directing to the policy / procedure or legislation which determines how much is given back to Police Forces and how much is kept by central government.

Yours faithfully,

Luna Taylor

FOI Responses, Home Office

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