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No you're not missing anything - they're escaped murderers but they are
not a danger to the public. Quite straighforward. Another example of
that wicked DP Act flying in the face of common sense once again !
 
John
 
 
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Sent: 05 January 2007 12:36
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Subject: [data-protection] Disclosure


I have just read an article about two escaped murderers from Sudbury
prison and Derbyshire POlice are refusing to release photographs of them
as it is not in the public interest, their human rights could be
breached and the Data Protection Act.  Apparently ACPO have stated that
photographs should only be released in exceptional circumstances where
officers believe that the suspects may be a danger to the public.
 
Am I missing something here?
 
Doreen
Doreen Broom
Access to Information Officer
Corporate Resources - Corporate Administration
Tel: 01835 826516
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