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Nicholas Richard Hurd
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<p>The Home Office does not hold this data.</p><p>However, in recognition of the importance of ensuring transparency in how police officers use force, particularly against vulnerable people, the Government asked the police to lead the Use of Force Data Review. The Review recommended that police forces record and publish a range of data each time force is used, including the reason force was used, injury data, the gender, ethnicity and age of the subject involved, and the location and outcome of the incident. This includes the use of TASER® and use of force in mental health settings.</p><p>These recommendations were welcomed by the former Home Secretary and the former Minister for Policing and the Fire Service. A Written Ministerial Statement on 2 March 2017 announced the implementation of the recommendations, with police forces commencing recording in April last year. Police forces are now publishing their data locally, and a subset of the data will be provided to the Home Office as part of the Annual Data Requirement 2017/18 – and annually thereafter. The Home Office will publish the first annual report on this data in summer 2018.</p>
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Nicholas Richard Hurd
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