Caught red-handed: Why we can't count on Police Recorded Crime statistics - Public Administration Committee Contents


Witnesses


The following witnesses gave evidence. Transcripts can be viewed on the Committee'sinquiry page at www.parliament.uk/pasc.

Tuesday 19 November 2013  Question number
James Patrick, Police Constable, Metropolitan Police, Paul Ford, Secretary, National Detectives' Forum, Police Federation, Dr Rodger Patrick, former Chief Inspector, West Midlands Police and Peter Barron, former Detective Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police
Ann Barnes,Police and Crime Commissioner for Kent, Alan Pughsley, Deputy Chief Constable, Kent Police, Nick Alston,Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex, and Paddy Tipping,Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire Q1-135
Wednesday 11 December 2013
Professor Stephen Shute, Chair and Professor Mike Hough, Member, Crime, Statistics Advisory Committee
Chief Constable Jeff Farrar, National Lead on Crime Statistics, acting on behalf of the Association of Chief Police Officers Q136-283
Wednesday 8 January 2014
Stephen Greenhalgh, Deputy Mayor of London and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Commissioner, Metropolitan Police
Tom Winsor, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, and Olivia Pinkney, Assistant Inspector of Constabulary, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary Q284-462
Tuesday 21 February 2014
Sir Andrew Dilnot, Chair, UK Statistics Authority, Ed Humpherson, Head of Assessment, UK Statistics Authority, Jil Matheson, National Statistician, Office for National Statistics, and John Flatley, Head of Crime Statistics
Norman Baker MP, Minister of State for Crime Prevention, and Professor Bernard Silverman, Chief Scientific Adviser, Home Office Q463-603



 
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