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Police and Justice Act 2006

Paragraph 29: Reports to Secretary of State

58.This paragraph allows the Secretary of State to require the Agency to submit to him a report on any of its activities. The Secretary of State may determine whether these reports are to be published (sub-paragraph (3)). Where a report is published, it may be published with any material excised (sub-paragraph (4)) where the material relates to national security interests, or could prejudice the prevention or detection of crime, or could jeopardise the safety of any person.

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