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webboc

'No offences revealed'

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Hi

I would be most 'grateful if any one could explicitly define the term 'No offences revealed'.

Many thanks

webboc

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There isn't an explicit definition although its use is a common sense update to some of the jobs response go to.

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It's not clear cut, but we might go to a domestic incident, a welfare check, etc, where there isn't a criminal offence explicitly noted. When we get there, if there's still no criminal offences reported to us, then we'll normally update control room with 'no offences'.

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