Efficient bureau

10th February 2006 at 00:00
In your piece on the tightening up of vetting procedures for people working with children (TES, January 27) you included comments I made on the effectiveness of the Criminal Records Bureau.

These comments were made in 2002 since when the bureau has improved its efficiency significantly. I would not wish it to be thought that my criticisms of four years ago reflect my present view.

Roger Singleton Address supplied

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