Bichard Inquiry recommendations

second progress report.
  • 96 Pages
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  • English

Home Office , London
Bichard Inquiry (Great Britain), Information storage and retrieval systems -- Law enforcement -- Great Britain., Criminal records -- Great Britain., Police administration -- Great Britain., Child welfare -- Great Britain., School employees -- Selection and appointment -- Great Bri
ContributionsGreat Britain. Home Office
LC ClassificationsHV8195.A3 B54 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination96 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22969429M
LC Control Number2006365439

Implementing the recommendations of the Bichard Inquiry Copies of the Government’s Fourth Progress Report on implementing the recommendations of Sir Michael Bichard’s Inquiry into events surrounding the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman have been placed in the libraries of both Houses Size: KB.

The Bichard Inquiry Report – a summary This briefing paper mentions Bichard’s main points of concern and his key areas for action and change. It does not give details of the several recommendations for the police, but focuses instead on recommendations which are relevant for Council services (Education and Social Services).

The Bichard Inquiry A Public Inquiry Report on child protection procedures Cambridgeshire Constabulary, particularly the effectiveness of relevant intelligence-based record keeping, vetting practices since and information sharing with other agencies.

This report makes recommendations on matters of local and national relevance. HCFile Size: KB. The Bichard Inquiry Report draws conclusions on these matters and makes recommendations that are relevant for police, social services, education establishments, vetting departments and the Government to protect children and the vulnerable nationally.

annex b – membership of bichard implementation steering group 77 annex c – code of practice on the management of police information 79 annex d – response to further recommendations in sir michael bichard’s finalreport 87 annex e – glossary 91 bichard inquiry recommendations 3 contents coi-ho-bichard inquiry f1 4/11/05 pm File Size: KB.

The Bichard Inquiry: Final Report iii. The Rt. Hon. Charles Clarke MP Home Secretary 50 Queen Anne™s Gate London SW1H 9AT Dear Home Secretary.

Progress made on recommendations. You wrote to me on 22 December setting out the progress that government departments, the police and other agencies have made in response to the recommendations in my Size: KB. Evidence to the Bichard Inquiry Statement by F.A.C.T.

(Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers) F.A.C.T. appreciates the opportunity to provide evidence to this inquiry. F.A.C.T. is a voluntary organisation which campaigns on behalf of carers and teachers throughout the UK who have been falsely accused of abuse. Today Sir Michael Bichard published the results of his inquiry into the vetting procedures which allowed child murderer Ian Huntley to be employed as a school caretaker.

Here are the main recommendations from his report: Tue 22 Jun EDT First published on Tue 22 Jun EDT. The main findings of Sir Michael Bichard's inquiry were: Overall there were "errors, omissions, failures and shortcomings which are deeply shocking".

progress against the Bichard Inquiry recommendations was reported to the County Management Board on 16 January This provided information on Sir Michael Bichard’s then latest national report and agreed recommendations covering those areas identified for attention in the earlier report to the County Management Board on 16 May The Bichard Inquiry (Inquiry Into the Events Surrounding the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambridgeshire, in ) Description: This series consists of the website of The Bichard Inquiry at the completion of its work.

Date: ; ; Legal status: Public Record(s). Soham Murders - Other bibliographies - in Harvard style. Change style powered by CSL. Popular AMA APA Bichard, M. The Bichard Inquiry Report - The Stationary Office - London.

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The Bichard Inquiry Report • A new Code of Practice should be produced which clearly sets out the principles of good information management with regard to.

The recommendations for action cover the topics of: a national IT system of police intelligence; police IT procurement; the police national computer; a new code of practice for information management; the handling of allegations of sexual offences against children; training for recruitment interviews; a registration scheme for those wishing to work with children or vulnerable adults; inquiry.

I am sure that everyone here is all too familiar with the tragic circumstances that led to the then Home Secretary, Mr. Blunkett, asking Sir Michael Bichard to lead an independent inquiry into child protection measures, record keeping, vetting and information sharing. Following his inquiry, Sir Michael was asked to make recommendations in the hope that strategic.

The Bichard Inquiry was set up by the Home Secretary to urgently enquire into child protection procedures in Humberside Police and Cambridgeshire constabulary in the light of the trial and conviction of Ian Huntley for the murder of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells. In particular to assess the effectiveness of the relevant intelligence-based record keeping, the vetting.

Bichard Inquiry Report (Hansard, 22 June ) I thank the Home Secretary for advance notice of his statement and warmly welcome his speedy response to the Bichard recommendations. However, he needs to explain in more detail why the Government abandoned plans to create a national database, which was, after all, recommended 10 years ago.

Following publication of Sir Michael Bichard’s report on 22 June, the then Home Secretary accepted all of the report’s 31 recommendations on behalf of the Government.

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Significant progress has been made against the 31 recommendations. While some of the recommendations can only be fully implemented in the longer term, the implementation.

Michael Bichard was selected to chair the inquiry. He said there should be a system where anyone working with children should be vetted before working with them. This report was published in A means of ensuring the obligation in relation to recommendation 12 of Michael Bichard’s report is met (Bichard Inquiry, ).

School nurses to complete the Bichard assessment proforma for all young people requesting sexual health advice (not including enquiries re puberty and growing up). To be used in conjunction with the flow chart entitled. Information commissioner Richard Thomas told the Bichard Inquiry there was a perception of a “mystique” about data protection and added that “we have to work hard to dispel the myths”.

Thomas said the act did not prevent individual items of information being kept on file for some time in order to see a pattern emerge. The Bichard Report J This Inquiry was set up by the Home Secretary to: ‘Urgently enquire into child protection procedures in Humberside Police and Cambridgeshire Constabulary in the light of the recent trial and conviction of Ian Huntley for the murder of Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells.

Open Source Intelligence Investigation: From Strategy to Implementation high profile cases arising out of employment and disciplinary matters and acted for Humberside Police officers in the Bichard Inquiry.

Fraser has written and edited a number of leading books on police law including the best selling Blackstone’s Police Manuals and the 5/5(1).

HERE is a list of the main recommendations from the Bichard Inquiry. A registration scheme for those wishing to work with children or. Recommendations. The Bichard enquiry recommended the implementation of a mandatory registration scheme for people working with children and vulnerable adults such as the elderly and mentally handicapped.

This recommendation later led to the foundation of the Independent Safeguarding Authority. The findings also suggested a national system should be implemented Body discovered: 17 August.

The head of the inquiry into how Soham murderer Ian Huntley gained a job as a school caretaker has pledged to put government and police 'on the spot'. 28 Feb Column WH Bichard Inquiry pm. Eric Illsley (Barnsley, Central) (Lab): It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Mr.

Bercow, in what I hope will be an interesting and informative debate about the recommendations of the Bichard inquiry. I shall concentrate on the first two recommendations, which relate to the provision of a police.

One of the Bichard Inquiry recommendations was to reduce the number DBS Registered Bodies.

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It was announced that Registered Bodies submitting less than Disclosure applications a year would be subject to the deregistration process; this process is.

Key recommendations Sir Michael's page report into police and vetting procedures found "errors, omissions, failures and shortcomings which are deeply shocking". He said the "very serious failings" of the system meant he could not be sure Ian Huntley, found guilty of murdering schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, was the only person.

I have today placed in the House Library copies of the Government's progress report on implementing the recommendations of Sir Michael Bichard's inquiry into issues surrounding the Soham murders.

All 31 recommendations were accepted by the Government when the inquiry reported in June and we remain fully committed to delivering the.

Proportionate response. The scheme was originally devised following recommendations made by the Bichard Inquiry into the Soham murders. But in June this year, the Home Secretary said that the.Vetting & Barring Scheme Remodelling Review – Report and Recommendations.

February 1. following the Bichard Inquiry and was designed to check the records of those themes into the recommendations which form the basis of this report.Books at Amazon.

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