HC Deb 08 July 1965 vol 715 c296W
64. Mr. Ennals

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what was the purpose of the visit to this country of Detective Constable Dekoker of South Africa; what facilities have been offered for him to study British police matters; and what assurance was obtained from him regarding his contacts with South Africans, now resident in Great Britain, during his visit.

Sir F. Soskice

Mr. Dekoker told the immigration officer that he had come here for a month's holiday during which he hoped to see something of our methods of crime prevention and detection. No official arrangements to enable him to do this have been made. He was not asked to give any assurance about contact with South Africans in this country.