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The National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) was a non-departmental public body in the United Kingdom, established to support police by providing expertise in such areas as information technology, information sharing, and recruitment. [1]
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Baroness Afshar sponsored a Parliamentary staff pass for Mrs Janet Veitch, who registered this relevant gainful occupation or benefit: Self-employed Equalities Consultant; clients include Equality and Human Rights Commission, Judith Trust, Greater London Authority, London Metropolitan University, Home Office, National Policing Improvement Agency and Economic and Social Research Council [4]

February 2012

November 2011

  • Dr Llian Alys, UK Missing Persons Bureau gave evidence related to 29 November 2011 on 29 Nov. [7]

May 2011

March 2011

  • Dr Simon Bramble, Head of Police Science and Forensics, National Policing Improvement Agency gave evidence related to The Forensic Science Service on 30 Mar. [10]

November 2010

October 2010

Home Office
  • National Policing Improvement Agency met with Nick Herbert, Minister of State, to discuss National Database briefing. [2]

July 2010

Home Office

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