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EXELLENT RESEARCH ADMIN 2, AT LEAST NOW J KANE CANE GET ACCESS TO WHATEVER WAS STOPPING HER GETTING THE JOB.



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CHEERS ADMIN2...........Think im gonna go diggin

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I hope you have a JCB as that lot will tell nor give you sweet FA but good luck


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dont i know it hammer "their wings are like a shield of steel" (batfink)

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Right folks im trying to be calm writing this by the way as you know kano does volunteer work helping people pre and post release, although mostly after liberation. Today I get a call new client then another to attend a meeting in a cafe I get there and am informed that I am no longer allowed in the Prison to see clients before release this seemingly is due to disclosures being done yearly ive been with them now for 8months and had no driving or any other convictions for 4 years! So if a disclosure has been done its no different than before The organisation still want me to work for them though but someone else will have to do the background work for me....Kano is gutted!!...what am i gonna do take the prisoners out of jail and go for a run in the car???? To me this shows that the offence is not taken into account its the sentence handed down by the courts........no matter what mood they are in that day.....somethings not right about this though 

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Right folks im trying to be calm writing this by the way as you know kano does volunteer work helping people pre and post release, although mostly after liberation. Today I get a call new client then another to attend a meeting in a cafe I get there and am informed that I am no longer allowed in the Prison to see clients before release this seemingly is due to disclosures being done yearly ive been with them now for 8months and had no driving or any other convictions for 4 years! So if a disclosure has been done its no different than before The organisation still want me to work for them though but someone else will have to do the background work for me....Kano is gutted!!...what am i gonna do take the prisoners out of jail and go for a run in the car???? To me this shows that the offence is not taken into account its the sentence handed down by the courts........no matter what mood they are in that day.....somethings not right about this though 

Hi Kano Sorry to hear about your recent troubles try the following link and get in about them: http://www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/typesofdis.htm


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Hi Kano Sorry to hear about your recent troubles try the following link and get in about them: http://www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/typesofdis.htm


 

Cheers A2 been advised today not to "rock the boat" as there may be a job coming up...........but as we know im a "rocker"...so i still wanna know why the jail wont let me in...funny thing is ive not been in since justice minister gave me my certificate...hmmm anyway ill let you`s know what happens

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An internal British army document examining 37 years of deployment in Northern Ireland contains the claim by one expert that it failed to defeat the IRA.

The admission is contained in a discussion document released by the Ministry of Defence after a request under the Freedom of Information Act.

The 100 page document analyses in detail the army's role over 37 years.

It focuses on specific operations and gives an overview of its performance.

The six-month study, covering the period 1968-2005, was prepared under the direction of the then chief of general staff, General Sir Mike Jackson.

The document, obtained by the Pat Finucane Centre, points to a number of mistakes, including internment and highlights what lessons have been learnt.

It describes the IRA as "a professional, dedicated, highly skilled and resilient force", while loyalist paramilitaries and other republican groups are described as "little more than a collection of gangsters".

It concedes for the first time that it did not win the battle against the IRA - but claims to have "shown the IRA that it could not achieve its ends through violence".

In a statement, the Pat Finucane Centre - a human rights group - said the document "betrays a profoundly colonial mindset towards the conflict here and those involved in it".

"Loyalist violence and the links between loyalist paramilitaries and the state has been airbrushed out of this military history," it said.

In a statement issued on Friday, an Army spokesman said: "This publication considers the high level general issues that might be applicable to any future counter-terrorist campaign that the British Armed Forces might have to undertake.

"It is critically important to consider what was learned by those who served in Northern Ireland."


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http://www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/basic.htm +
http://www.disclosurescotland.co.uk/FAQLegislationandOffences.htm 


I wish to obtain information which police forces hold on me.  How do I obtain such information?


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If one obstruction does not work , they introduce another.
 

Part IV of the Data Protection Act 1998 provides details of exemptions which exist preventing disclosure of certain information to individuals in certain circumstances, including:-

  • where such disclosure would be prejudicial to the prevention and detection of crime or the apprehension and prosecution of offenders
  • in the interests of national security



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...Yes that`ll be the police intelligence that they can pass on to employers but not to you when you have a Disclosure done

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Indeed...


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If one obstruction does not work , they introduce another.
 

Part IV of the Data Protection Act 1998 provides details of exemptions which exist preventing disclosure of certain information to individuals in certain circumstances, including:-

  • where such disclosure would be prejudicial to the prevention and detection of crime or the apprehension and prosecution of offenders
  • in the interests of national security



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Just got a letter for jury service then when you read the back for persons disqualified........well wadda ya know im DISQUALIFIED!!!
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