Labour planning to reduce data protection admin for police forces

22/03/2024 | LabourList

If the Labour Party win a majority in the UK general election to be held later this year, the party has committed to implementing a "common sense" five-point plan to solve more crimes. Among the points outlined, Labour will change data protection laws so that police forces are no longer required to redact case files before they are sent to the Crown Prosecution Service, a move they claim will save thousands of officer hours every year.

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