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Digital copy of the Crown Prosecution Service Annual Report 1986-1987.

Used as evidence in relation to Section 1: Introduction of Nicholas Griffin QC's Report [ZC/D/AW4/A5/26/WD008989].

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Date 23 July 1987
Scope and Content Annual Report of the Crown Prosecution Service for the period April 1986 to March 1987 from the Director of Public Prosecutions to the Attorney General. Presented to Parliament in pursuance of Section 9 of the Prosecution of Offences Act 1985, Chapter 23. Begins with an introduction by Sir Thomas Hetherington, Director of Public Prosecutions detailing a letter to the Attorney General. Contains chapters titled: Planning the new Service; The 31 field areas; April and the Metropolitan Counties; October and the Shire Counties; London; Early problems; Headquarters structure; Delegation of DPP work to local offices; Some cases handled at headquarters; Relations with the Bar and the Law Society; Relations with other agencies; Code for Crown Prosecutors; Recruitment and training; and Information Technology and performance indicators. Also includes the following annexes: List of areas in each region; Jull text of Code for Crown Prosecutors; and Resources for the Crown Prosecution Service.
Names Blakelock, Keith, Police Constable
Crebbin, Brian
Gandhi, Rajiv
Gandy, David
Gill, Sukhvinder
Griffin, Nicholas, QC
Groce, Cherry
Gwilliam, Robert
Hetherington, Sir Thomas
Hindawi, Nezar
Hoad, Colin
Jarrett, Cynthia
Magee, Patrick Joseph
Merchant, John
Phillips, Marisa
Quinn, William Joseph
Ranuana, Jarnail
Tibble, Stephen, Police Constable
Williamson, Richard
Wood, John
Arthur Andersen and Company
Attorney General
Bar of England and Wales
British Aerospace
British Airways
British Gas
Britoil
Central Criminal Court
Chessington Computer Centre
Conservative Party
Crown Prosecution Service
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El Al Israel Airlines Limited
Grand Hotel, Brighton
Guinness
Her Majesty's Stationery Office
Home Office
House of Commons
Irish Republican Army
Johnson Matthey Bank
Justices' Clerks' Society
Law Officers' Department
Law Society
Lord Chancellor's Department
Magistrates' Association
Metropolitan Police Service
Old Bailey
Property Services Agency
Rubens Hotel
Serious Fraud Office
Keywords abuse | annual reports | Attorneys General | child abuse | convictions | courts | evidence | IJCI | investigations | murders | offences | Police | prosecutions | reports | sexual abuse | sexual offences | terrorism | young offenders
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Digital copy of the Crown Prosecution Service Annual Report 1986-1987.

Used as evidence in relation to Section 1: Introduction of Nicholas Griffin QC's Report [ZC/D/AW4/A5/26/WD008989].

ZC/D/AW4/A5/26/1/WD008926

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