A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), officially The Association of Chief Police Officers of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, was established in 1948 and is to be wound up in April 2015, to be replaced by the newly-created National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC). ACPO is a not-for-profit private limited company that leads the development of policing practices in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland. [1]
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November 2013

September 2013

April 2013

February 2013

  • Chief Constable Chris Sims, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Forensic Science on 6 Feb. [13]

January 2013

September 2012

July 2012

  • Chief Constable Tim Hollis CBE QPM, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Drugs on 10 Jul. [17]
  • Assistant Chief Constable Kevin Wilkins, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Youth Justice on 10 Jul. [18]

May 2012

  • Chief Constable Stuart Hyde, Wildlife Crime Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Wildlife Crime on 23 May. [19]

April 2012

  • Richard Crompton, former Wildlife Crime Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Wildlife Crime on 18 Apr. [20]

February 2012

  • Deputy Chief Constable Suzette Davenport, Roads Policing Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Minutes of EvidenceHC 506 on 7 Feb. [21]
  • Deputy Chief Constable Suzette Davenport, Roads Policing Lead, Association of Chief Police Officers gave evidence related to Road Safety Framework on 7 Feb. [22]

September 2011

June 2011

May 2011

March 2011

October 2010

September 2010

July 2010

  • Mr Tim Hollis, Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) gave evidence related to Policing on 27 Jul. [29]

June 2011

Dept. for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Oliver Eden, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, to discuss Dangerous dogs. [2]

May 2011

Dept. for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Dept. for Transport
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Mike Penning, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Transport, to discuss Road issues. [3]

February 2011

Dept. for Education
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Tim Loughton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to discuss visions for young people and services for young people, along with 17 others. [4]

January 2011

Dept. for Education
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Tim Loughton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, for general catch-up, along with 8 others. [4]

October 2010

Dept. for Education

July 2010

Dept. for Education
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Tim Loughton, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to discuss ContactPoint, Vetting and Barring, and UK Council for Child Internet Safety. [6]
Home Office
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Nick Herbert, Minister of State, to discuss Street crime. [7]
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Nick Herbert, Minister of State, to discuss regular bi-lateral. [7]

June 2010

Home Office
  • Association of Chief Police Officers met with Nick Herbert, Minister of State, to discuss regular bilateral. [7]
  • ACPO met with Theresa May, Secretary of State for the Home Department, for introductory meeting. [7]

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