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It should be noted that IPS does not routinely receive feedback from the police or prosecution authorities on cases of passport fraud which are referred to them. The figures given above are therefore likely to be a significant underrepresentation of the number of prosecutions brought and convictions secured. IPS is working with the police and prosecution authorities to develop a more effective feedback mechanism. The figures collated by IPS prior to 2005 do not distinguish between successful and unsuccessful prosecutions.
begin the national debate on risk aversion and culture change at a central government level.
As an independent body without vested interests, the RRAC benefited from the ability to convene a group of considerable diversity, without attracting the prejudices of government-badged intervention. The RRAC brought together 47 stakeholders to debate this issue, including: the then Minister for Policing my right hon. Friend the Member for Harrow East (Mr. McNulty), Ken Jones, President of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); Bob Jones, Chair of the Association of Police Authorities (APA); and Jim Barker-McCardle, Director of the National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA). A full list of organisations is given as follows. The council's work brings together and adds to various currents of reform being considered across the police service, allowing synergies to emerge from previously unconnected viewpoints.
has engaged widely with representatives from inside and outside the police service to understand the complexity of this issue. This culminated in the council's first major risk forum at the end of July;
has identified (through the risk forum and subsequent debate within the community of practice) a vision of risk-based decision-making in policing: a more flexible policing environment where frontline officers are better equipped to evaluate risks and exercise their professional judgment to respond appropriately.
Four inter-related unifying objectives have been identified for priority action:
Creating a more constructive leadership environment
Enhancing and embedding the concept of the "learning organisation" in the police
Delivering bureaucracy that is flexible, adaptable and appropriate
Improving public confidence in policing.
has used these objectives, and associated options for delivery, to inform the work of the NPIA and ACPO in response to Recommendation 20. The RRAC continues to engage at official level with the Home Office, the NPIA, and ACPO; and at a more senior level with the Minister for Policing, Dennis O'Connor, HM Acting Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Jan Berry, Chair of the Practitioners Group on Reducing Bureaucracy in the Police.
and has created an on-going community of practice to support the leadership of the police service in implementing reforms that will have a positive impact on frontline policing.
Age Concern England
All Parliamentary Committee on Policing
Association of Chief Police Officers
Association of Police Authorities
Crown Prosecution Service
Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
Devon and Cornwall Constabulary
Doughty Street Chambers
Health and Safety Executive
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary
Independent Police Complaints Commission
Local Government Association
London School of Economics
Luton and Dunstable Hospital Trust
National Policing Improvement Agency
Police Superintendents Association
Society of Editors, The
Staffordshire Police Authority
Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, The
University of Portsmouth
West Midlands police
Work Foundation, The
Jenny Willott: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how much each police force has received from central government in each year since 2000; and if she will make a statement. 
|£ m illion|
|Government g rant( 1,)( 2)|
|Police authority||2000-01||2001-02||2002-03||2003-04||2004-05||2005-06( 4)||2006-07||2007-08( 5)||2008-09( 5)|
|(1) Revenue funding includes all grants inside aggregate external finance (AEF) (i.e. revenue grants paid for councils core services), and includes formula grant and all specific grants.|
(2) Welsh Government Grant includes Home Office police grant floor funding and additional support provided to ensure Welsh police authorities receive at least a minimum increase in grant in line with English authorities.
(3) The data for Metropolitan police authority from 2000-01 onwards are not available from DCLG as they are collected as consolidated data from GLA. Data used are compiled from Home Office data for allocated grants.
(4) In 2005-06 figures were adjusted for comparison purposes following the transfer of pensions and security funding from general grant in 2006-07 so are not directly comparable.
(5) 2007-08 and 2008-09 Government grant figures are budget figures.
DCLG from English police authorities/WAGfrom Welsh police authorities.
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