Annex A arrests and outcomes, 2014/15

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Great Britain. Home Office
Home Office
Date of publication
1 September 2015
Criminal Justice Services
Social welfare
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This is an annex to a statistical bulletin on the use of powers under the Terrorism act 2000 by police in Great Britain

The flow chart is designed to summarise how individuals who are arrested on suspicion of terrorism-related activity are dealt with throughout the criminal justice system. It follows the process from the point of arrest, through to charge (or other outcome) and prosecution. Detailed information can be found in the ‘arrests and outcomes’ section of the main bulletin.

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