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I'm not sure how, as the issue with Humberside was their destruction of
records relating to allegations over Huntley's conduct in the past rather
than their failure to disclose information.  

They had nothing to disclose as they claimed the ICO had given guidance that
the records should be disclosed, a claim that was dismissed during the
Bichard enquiry into the whole fiasco.

Lee
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[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Broom, Doreen
Sent: Thu 11 January 2007 08:44
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Subject: Re: [data-protection] Disclosure

Yes, but my point is that the investigation could have been concluded a lot
earlier if that information had been disclosed rather than IH being
broadcast over our screens making out he was trying to help the
investigation...and then for the poor parents to then find out that the
callous so and so was in fact the perpetrator.
Oh well, it's nearly Friday.....
D

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[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Roland Perry
Sent: 10 January 2007 16:37
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Subject: Re: Disclosure

In message
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 >, at 16:00:57 on Tue, 9 Jan 2007, "Broom, Doreen" 
<[log in to unmask]> writes
>Although if you go back to Ian Huntley - the Chief of Police in 
>Humberside/Cambridgeshire said they didn't disclose due to the DPA.  I 
>just wish Lord F had intervened then and those poor parents minsd could

>have been put at rest a lot sooner.

What was being not disclosed then? If it was the Humberside Police not
passing on to Cambridgeshire Police the full details of earlier suspicions
about Huntley, when he was being vetted for a position at a school (and not
the same school the murdered kids went to), then that was a much wider and
less specific decision.

[aiui, even if Huntley had failed the vetting he might easily have got a job
doing something else locally and still been at home when the kids called to
visit his entirely appropriately vetted, but temporarily absent,
girlfriend.]
--
Roland Perry

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