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Changes to surveillance codes of practice – public consultation 29 August 2007

THE Department of Home Affairs is inviting public comment on proposed changes to the Regulation of Surveillance Codes of Practice.

Home Affairs Minister Martyn Quayle MHK explained:

‘Proposed changes to the Codes of Practice have been drawn up in consultation with the Attorney General’s Chambers and are aimed at making the codes clearer to interpret and reducing any perceived ambiguity. In accordance with the Regulation of Surveillance Etc. Act, which came into force in December 2006, the Department is obliged to hold a period of consultation on any proposed changes in respect of the Codes of Practice prior to seeking Tynwald approval, hence the conducting of this current consultation exercise.’

Copies of the draft revised codes can be obtained from the Department of Home Affairs, Homefield, 88 Woodbourne Road, Douglas, IM2 3AP, or viewed online at: http://www.gov.im/dha/ceo/consultation.xml .

Anyone wishing to submit comments has until midday on Thursday September 27, 2007, to write to Claire Newall at the Chief Executive’s Office, Department of Home Affairs, Homefield, 88 Woodbourne Road, Douglas, IM2 3AP or via email to generalenquiries.dha@gov.im.

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