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Dunblane: Role Of Central Scotland Police

Volume 589: debated on Thursday 30 April 1998

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asked Her Majesty's Government:Whether, in view of the findings of the external investigation of Grampian Police, they will consider an investigation into the Central Police at the time of the Dunblane disaster, when the Central Police investigated their own affairs. [HL1581]

The role and actions of Central Scotland Police were fully examined by Lord Cullen's public inquiry and covered in detail in his subsequent report.