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The Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Communications Data) Order 2010

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Articles 3, 4, 5 and 6

SCHEDULE 2OFFICES, RANKS AND POSITIONS IN ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PUBLIC AUTHORITIES SPECIFIED BY THIS ORDER

This schedule has no associated Explanatory Memorandum

PART 1INDIVIDUALS IN ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PUBLIC AUTHORITIES THAT MAY ACQUIRE ANY COMMUNICATIONS DATA WITHIN SECTION 21(4)

(1)

Additional relevant public authority specified for purposes of section 25(1)

(2)

Prescribed offices (etc.): generally all communications data

(3)

Additional prescribed offices (etc.): section 21(4)(c) communications data only

(4)

Purposes listed in section 22(2) or article 2

The Department for TransportCoastal Safety Manager (Grade 7) in the Maritime and Coastguard AgencyRescue Coordination Centre Manager in the Maritime and Coastguard AgencySection 22(2)(g)
Inspector in the Air Accident Investigation Branch, the Marine Accident Investigation Branch or the Rail Accident Investigation BranchSection 22(2)(d)
The Home OfficeImmigration Inspector or Senior Officer, or Immigration Inspector or Senior Executive Officer with responsibility for anti-Section 22(2)(b)
corruption, in the UK Border Agency
Head of Security and Intelligence (Detention Services) in the UK Border Agency

Section 22(2)(b) and (d)

Article 2(b)

The Ministry of JusticeManager of the National Intelligence Unit of the National Offender Management ServiceManager in the National Intelligence Unit of the National Offender Management Service

Section 22(2)(b) and (d)

Article 2(b)

The Northern Ireland OfficeGovernor 4 in the Northern Ireland Prison Service

Section 22(2)(b) and (d)

Article 2(b)

The Civil Nuclear ConstabularySuperintendentInspectorSection 22(2)(a) and (b)
The force comprising the special constables appointed under section 79 of the Harbours, Docks and Piers Clauses Act 1847(1) on the nomination of the Dover Harbour BoardSuperintendentInspector

Section 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)

Article 2(b)

The force comprising the constables appointed under article 3 of the Mersey Docks and Harbour (Police) Order 1975(2) on the nomination of the Mersey Docks and Harbour CompanySuperintendentInspector

Section 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)

Article 2(b)

A council constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994(3)Fire Control OfficerSection 22(2)(g)
Any fire and rescue authority under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004(4)Fire Control OfficerSection 22(2)(g)
The Fire Authority for Northern IrelandFire Control OfficerSection 22(2)(g)
A joint fire and rescue board constituted by an amalgamation scheme under section 2 of the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005(5) or a joint fire and rescue board within the meaning of section 5 of that ActFire Control OfficerSection 22(2)(g)
A National Health Service Trust established under section 5 of the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990(6) whose functions, as specified in its Establishment Order, include the provision of emergency ambulance servicesDuty Manager of Ambulance Trust Control RoomsSection 22(2)(g)
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Services TrustControl Supervisor in Ambulance Control RoomSection 22(2)(g)
The Scottish Ambulance Service BoardEmergency Medical Dispatch Centre Officer In ChargeSection 22(2)(g)
The Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service TrustRegional Control ManagerSection 22(2)(g)
The Criminal Cases Review CommissionAn Investigations AdviserArticle 2(a)
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review CommissionA Legal OfficerArticle 2(a)
The Financial Services AuthorityHead of Department in Enforcement DivisionSection 22(2)(b)
The Gambling CommissionHead of DepartmentSection 22(2)(b)
The Gangmasters Licensing AuthorityHead of OperationsSection 22(2)(b)
The Information CommissionerHead of EnforcementSection 22(2)(b)
The Independent Police Complaints CommissionCommissioner or DirectorSection 22(2)(b) Article 2(b)
The Office of CommunicationsSenior Associate responsible for spectrum investigation technology supportSection 22(2)(b)
The Office of the Police Ombudsman for Northern IrelandSenior Investigating OfficerSection 22(2)(b)
The Royal Mail Group Ltd, by virtue of being a Universal Service Provider within the meaning of the Postal Services Act 2000(7)Senior Investigation ManagerSection 22(2)(b)
The Serious Fraud OfficeGrade 6Section 22(2)(b)

PART 2INDIVIDUALS IN ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PUBLIC AUTHORITIES THAT MAY ACQUIRE COMMUNICATIONS DATA FALLING WITHIN SECTION 21(4)(b) and (c)

(1)

Additional public authorities specified for purposes of section 25(1)

(2)

Prescribed offices (etc.): communications data within section 21(4)(b) and (c)

(3)

Additional prescribed offices (etc.): section 21(4)(c) communications data only

(4)

Purposes listed in section 22(2) or article 2

The Child Maintenance and Enforcement CommissionSenior Executive Officer or equivalent gradeSection 22(2)(b)
The Department of Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentHead of Financial Policy and Investigations ServicesSection 22(2)(b)
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and InvestmentDeputy Chief Inspector in Trading Standards ServiceSection 22(2)(b)
The Department for Business, Innovation and SkillsDeputy Chief Investigation Officer in the Investigation Officers BranchSection 22(2)(b)
The Department of the EnvironmentPrincipal Grade 7 in the Northern Ireland Environment AgencySection 22(b) and (e)
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural AffairsSenior Investigation Officer in DEFRA Investigation ServicesSection 22(2)(b)
Senior Fish Health Inspector (PB6 or above) in the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture ScienceSection 22(2)(b)
Deputy Chief Inspector in Marine and Fisheries AgencySection 22(2)(b)
The Department of HealthGrade 7 in the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory AgencySection 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)
The Department for TransportHead of Enforcement in the Maritime and Coastguard AgencyEnforcement Officer in the Maritime and Coastguard AgencySection 22(2)(b) and (d)
The Home OfficeImmigration Inspector with responsibility for asylum fraud investigations in the UK Border AgencySection 22(2)(b)
The Common Council of the City of London in its capacity as a local authority, the Council of the Isles of Scilly, a county council in England or Wales, a county borough council in Wales, a district council in England or Northern Ireland and a London borough councilDirector, Head of Service, Service Manager or equivalentSection 22(2)(b)
A council constituted under section 2 of the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994Director, Head of Service, Service Manager or equivalentSection 22(2)(b)
Principal Fire Control Officer or Group ManagerSection 22(2)(b) and (d)
Any fire and rescue authority under the Fire and Rescue Services Act 2004Principal Fire Control Officer or Group ManagerSection 22(2)(b) and (d)
The Fire Authority for Northern IrelandPrincipal Fire Control Officer or Group ManagerSection 22(2)(b) and (d)
A joint fire and rescue board constituted by an amalgamation scheme under section 2 of the Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 or a joint fire and rescue board within the meaning of section 5 of that ActPrincipal Fire Control Officer or Group ManagerSection 22(2)(b) and (d)
A National Health Service Trust established under section 5 of the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 whose functions, as specified in its Establishment Order, include the provision of emergency ambulance servicesDirector of Operations or Control and Communications ManagerSection 22(2)(b)
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Health and Social Services TrustDirector of OperationsSection 22(2)(b)
The Scottish Ambulance Service BoardDirector of OperationsSection 22(2)(b)
The Welsh Ambulance Service National Health Service TrustDirector of OperationsSection 22(2)(b)
The Charity CommissionSenior Investigations ManagerSection 22(2)(b)
The Environment AgencyArea Management Team memberSection 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)
The Food Standards AgencyDeputy Director of Legal Services or any DirectorSection 22(2)(b) and (e)
The Health and Safety ExecutiveBand 2 InspectorSection 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)
The Common Services Agency for the Scottish Health ServiceHead of NHS Scotland Counter Fraud ServicesSection 22(2)(b)
The National Health Service Business Services AuthoritySenior Manager (not below the grade of Agenda for Change pay band 8b) in the Counter Fraud and Security Management Services DivisionSection 22(2)(b)
The Northern Ireland Health and Social Services Central Services AgencyHead of the Counter Fraud UnitSection 22(2)(b)
The Office of Fair TradingAny member of the Senior Civil Service with responsibility for cartels or criminal enforcementSection 22(2)(b)
The Pensions RegulatorRegulatory ManagerSection 22(2)(b)
The Scottish Environment Protection AgencyAny DirectorSection 22(2)(b), (d) and (e)

PART 3INDIVIDUALS IN ADDITIONAL RELEVANT PUBLIC AUTHORITIES THAT MAY ACQUIRE ONLY COMMUNICATIONS DATA WITHIN SECTION 21(4) RELATING TO A POSTAL SERVICE

(1)

Additional relevant public authority specified for purposes of section 25(1)

(2)

Prescribed offices (etc.): all communications data relating to postal services

(3)

Additional prescribed offices (etc.): any section 21(4)(c) communications data relating postal service

(4)

Purposes listed in section 22(2) or article 2

The Postal Services CommissionPrincipal, LegalSection 22(2)(b)
(1)

1847 c.27 (10 & 11 Vict).

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