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Forensic Science Service: Isle of Man

Volume 495: debated on Tuesday 7 July 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what representations he has received from (a) the police, (b) coroners and (c) the Government of the Isle of Man as part of his Department’s consultation on the Forensic Science Service. (284500)

The consultation on the future structure of the Forensic Science Service (FSS) Ltd. is being conducted by the company, not by the Home Office.

The Home Office has received no representations from these parties, nor has the company itself.

The FSS continues to carry out work for the police service in the Isle of Man under a service level agreement.

The FSS has communicated with all its law enforcement customers as part of the transformation process, in order to develop a proposed new structure that will best serve the needs of the Criminal Justice Service.