July 5, 2011
Association of Chief Police Officers, Law Society
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This was the Freedom of Information (FoI) request to the Association of Chiel Police Officers (ACPO), made by Paul Randle-Jolliffe.
Paul is asking about crimes committed in public or private family law matters.
Victims of other white collar crimes have established long ago that there is a Memorandum of Understanding between ACPO and the Law Society which would, of course, cover family law, too.
Whilst the FoI request says that it’s waiting for an ‘internal review’, it will be interesting to read the outcome!
John Hemming MP offered to look into 2 – 3 well evidenced cases!
Meanwhile, you can put your own observation / case as “annotation”. But don’t go into rants, please.
March 27, 2011
All Party Parliamentary Group
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We are not alone! There is an All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Family Law with a website.
And it’s going to meet at the House of Commons on Tuesday at 6.30pm, with the topic of Transparency and the Public Interest. Anybody wanting to attend needs to send an email at the bottom of this document.
Here’s the Register of 20 Parliamentary Members.
Here’s the Facebook Group with 197 Members where people share their concerns.
And here’s a Daily Mail article about the secrecy surrounding a civil servant: Public servant on ‘child sex’ charges – but we’re barred from telling you anything about him.