MARK HOPKINS, ANVER VALLI, PAUL CHRISTIE, CHARLES

MARK HOPKINS, ANVER VALLI, PAUL CHRISTIE, CHARLES

REGINA -V- MARK HOPKINS, ANVER VALLI, PAUL CHRISTIE, CHARLES DRURY. LESLIE WRAY P.ND PAUL FIRTH RULING JUDGE BARTFIELD: In the course of this invest...

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REGINA -V- MARK HOPKINS, ANVER VALLI, PAUL CHRISTIE, CHARLES DRURY. LESLIE WRAY P.ND PAUL FIRTH

RULING

JUDGE BARTFIELD: In the course of this investigation the police carried out a number of PNC checks on all manner of vehicles. These PNC checks have been retained. Two schedules were prepared, as is the case with any investigation, one containing sensitive material and the other containing nan sensitive. The Prosecution, or the officer concerned in the enquiry, allocated the PNC checks to the category of sensitive material, and the

Prosecution argue that indeed the PNC checks are sensitive within

the meaning of the Codes of Practice. Now, paragraph 6.12 provides, in so far as relevant, that the 17

disclosure officer must list on a sensitive schedule any material

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which he believes it is not in the public interest to disclose, and

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the reason for that belief. The schedule must include a statement

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the disclosure officer believes the material is sensitive, and then

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the Code goes on to give a number of examples, none of which is a

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PNC check, although the list is not intended to be exhaustive.

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Prosecution began and, in a sense, ended by saying that, in heck was a

their view, whilst it might not be argued that a PNC

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document that it would not be in the public interest to disclose, nonetheless it was in some other way sensitive. As

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concerned, the expression "not in the public interest to disclose and sensitive" in this part of the Code is entirely

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my judgment, that view is wrong, and I conclude that a PNC check is not a document in relation to which it is not in the public 3

interest to disclose, in spite of the fact that it does disclose

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what can fairly be described as a well known police method, and

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despite the fact that it could, at least in theory, lead to private individuals as owners of vehicles being identified. The Defence, in the shape of Mr. Shepherd, argue that it would be right for them to know in a non-sensitive schedule what vehicles were the subject of PNC checks and on what dates, because that is the way a PNC check would be listed, otherwise it could not be identified as a PNC check. From that the Defence can look at this schedule, its timing, and, says Mr. Shepherd, focus any requests for further informafion about the vehicle. He points to the f a c t that the Crown have made reference within their own papers to PNC checks in relation to particular vehicles. Mrs. Kershaw describes this as a mistake, and the Prosecution say that they will not rely on it to prove a particular attribution of a vehicle. That may be so, but in the end I have come to the conclusion

that there should have been listed in the non sensitive material these PNC checks on these vehicles, and the dates, but nothing more than that.