Victim Support Weekly Policy Update (1)
In this week’s briefing: David Cameron says that the UK will maintain good levels of co-operation on crime, borders and counter-terrorism with the EU Hate crime reported to the national police portal rises MoJ statistics reveal regional discrepancies in criminal court effectiveness and waiting times and that only 50% of victims’ compensation is paid within a year
Victim Support Weekly Policy Update
In this week’s briefing: The Wales Bill is presented to Parliament MP’s vote in favour of the Investigatory Powers Bill The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child publishes its findings on the UK
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Victim Support Weekly Policy Report 27th May – 3rd June
In this week’s briefing: The Times reports that Policing Minister Mike Penning will publish a green paper enshrining the Conservative’s manifesto pledge for a victims’ law The Joint Committee on Human Rights says the Investigatory Powers Bill is “a significant step forward in human rights terms” Lord Harris of Haringey is appointed to undertake a review of London’s preparedness for a future major terrorist incident The Liberal Democrat’s propose amendments to the Policing and Crime Bill that would give victims of revenge porn anonymity
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