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"Croham Directive"

Volume 981: debated on Monday 24 March 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many documents and reports his Department has published under the "Croham directive" since May 1979; and if he will list them.

It is not possible to distinguish documents published as a result of the Croham directive from those which would have been published in any event. The following is a list of publications, other than regular publications and those of a routine nature, issued by my Department since May 1979:

Committee of Inquiry on the Police. Report III. The structure and role of Police Staff Associations.
Non-Home Department Police Forces. Report of the Committee into pay and Conditions.
Committee of Inquiry into the United Kingdom Prison Services. Report.
Inquiry into the United Kingdom Prison Services. Government evidence.
Life imprisonment: an explanatory memorandum.
Two studies concerning the B.B.C: (a) the B.B.C's forward planning (b) Methods of payment of the television licence fee.
Home Office Local Radio Working Party: second report.
Funding register for ethnic minority self-help groups.
Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976: regulations under the act: consultative document.
United Kingdom Warning and Monitoring Organisation.
Report on the LD50 test.
Report on the role of the helicopter and light aeroplane in the Fire Service.
A guide to the qualifying examination for promotion to the rank of leading fireman.
Note of an operational study of fire in farming.
The police of England and Wales: a bibliography.
Crime prevention and the police.
Hostels for offenders.
Juvenile offenders and juveniles in need of care or control.
Previous convictions, sentence and reconviction: a statistical study of a sample of 5,000 offenders convicted in January 1971.
Life-sentence prisoners.
Sentencing practice in magistrates' courts.
Crime and comparative research.
Sexual offences, consent and sentencing.
Race, crime and arrests.
Alcohol abuse and the treatment of young offenders: a progress report.
Young offenders remanded in custody: can the numbers safely be reduced?