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Armed Forces: Services Police Crime Bureau

Volume 699: debated on Tuesday 19 February 2008

asked Her Majesty's Government:

What is the structure of the Service Police Crime Bureau, established in 2006. [HL1802]

The Service Police Crime Bureau is commanded by the Provost Marshal (Army) and lies within his budgetary area. It employs 42 civilian and 40 military personnel, including specialists from the Ministry of Defence Police, Royal Navy Police and Royal Air Force Police. It has an operations room and the capabilities to deal with: force intelligence; criminal justice and public protection; disclosure; forensic computing; multimedia and evidential imagery; airwave telecommunications; data compliance and processing; mobile telecommunications analysis; and information management support.