Dear House of Commons,

It has come to my attention that UK police constabularies have discretion to employ anybody, they also have discretion to whether a person can work with vulnerable people with a minor conviction.

1) Who gave the Chief Police Officer authority to be judge and jury on spent minor convictions in a common law country ?

2) Who gave the UK police authority to withhold information being written up, like out of court settlements on enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (CRB) disclosures ?

3) Did parliament get consent from commoners to give UK police be Judge and Jury on DBS disclosures?

4) Migrant workers cannot be thoroughly checked for criminal records from blitzed countries, Robin Walker MP has confirmed this to me, yet native people with minor/spent convictions are being discriminated against. Can you quantify what i am saying without attaching links ?

Yours faithfully,

peter danby & associates

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Dear Mr Danby,

 

 

Freedom of Information Request F16-359

 

Thank you for your request for information as copied below.  You asked a
number of questions about UK Police Constabularies which we have sought to
answer below.

 

1)  Who gave the Chief Police Officer authority to be judge and jury on
spent minor convictions in a common law country?

And

2)  Who gave the UK police authority to withhold information being written
up, like out of court settlements on enhanced Disclosure and Barring
Service (CRB) disclosures?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.  You may wish to
consider submitting your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000
to the Home Office who deal with such matters.  Contact details can be
found at: [1]https://www.gov.uk/government/organisati....

 

3)  Did Parliament get consent from commoners to give UK police be Judge
and Jury on DBS disclosures?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.  Parliament does not
directly influence how the police carry out their duties.  Elected MPs
(who receive their mandate through the election process) make laws in
Parliament, which the police and the courts ensure are enacted.

 

Further information related to the role of Parliament and how laws are
made is available here:  [2]http://www.parliament.uk/about/how/.

 

4)  Migrant workers cannot be thoroughly checked for criminal records from
blitzed countries, Robin Walker MP has confirmed this to me, yet native
people with minor/spent convictions are being discriminated against. Can
you quantify what i am saying without attaching links?

 

This information is not held by the House of Commons.  The House of
Commons does not already hold information recording quantification of your
statement. 

 

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