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Operations Yewtree, Midland, Fairbank versus Operation Grange

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Operations Yewtree, Midland, Fairbank versus Operation Grange

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 09.11.15 18:33

@Doug D wrote:
 
 
Freedom of Information Request Reference No:
 
I note you seek access to the following information:
 
1. The total cost of all Metropolitan Police inquiries into child sexual abuse now being run under the supervision of Operation Hydrant since 2012. Please break this figure down by calendar years for 2012, 2013, 2014 and the most recent figure available for 2015.
 
2. The total cost of Operation Yewtree since it was set up in October 2012, up to the most recent figure available. If possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
3. The total cost of Operation Midland since it was set up in November 2014, up to the most recent figure available. Again, if possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
4. The total cost of Operation Fairbank since it was set up in 2012, up to the most recent figure available. Again, if possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
DECISION
 
I have today decided to disclose the located information to you. Please find below information pursuant to your request above.
 
1. The total cost of all Metropolitan Police inquiries into child sexual abuse now being run under the supervision of Operation Hydrant since 2012. Please break this figure down by calendar years for 2012, 2013, 2014 and the most recent figure available for 2015.
 
The following press release was issued on Monday 19th October 2015 and explains the coordinated structure of these enquiries:
 
'The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has today, Monday, 19 October, brought together all the various strands of non-recent child abuse allegations under a newly formed investigation team led by Detective Superintendent Ang Scott.
 
Whilst we are not prepared to give a running commentary on any ongoing live investigation, as Operations Midland and Fairbank have progressed officers identified a number of people and locations that were common to both enquiries.It is therefore operationally important to have the same officer in charge of these enquiries. This team will also be responsible for the preparatory work required to support the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
 
This team will continue to investigate the various operations that are ongoing, including those historical allegations of impropriety by police officers dealing with sexual abuse in the period 1970-2005.
 
Detective Superintendent Scott, who is based within the Sexual Offences, Exploitation and Child Abuse (SOECA) Command, will oversee the work of officers from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, Directorate of Professional Standard and SOECA. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Steve Rodhouse remains as the Gold Commander.
 
To date the MPS has received 48 allegations of historical impropriety by police officers dealing with sexual abuse, during the period of 1970 to 2005.
 
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is currently managing 29 of these.'
 
Operation Hydrant is a National Police Enquiry coordinating a number of child sexual abuse investigations across the UK. It has oversight of the individual investigations which were commissioned by the MPS under the headings of Operation Yewtree, Fairbank and Fairbank DPS. The lead officer is Chief Constable Simon Bailey of Norfolk Constabulary. Information around the staff costs of the individual enquiries are detailed below.
 
Most recently Operation Winter Key was commissioned to oversee and to coordinate these teams in recognition of the growing volume and their linked nature. This team are dealing with all the Metropolitan Police Service investigations of interest to Operation Hydrant.
 
2. The total cost of Operation Yewtree since it was set up in October 2012, up to the most recent figure available. If possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
To date the staffing costs for Operation Yewtree are in the region of £7 million.
 
3. The total cost of Operation Midland since it was set up in November 2014, up to the most recent figure available. Again, if possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
To date the staffing costs for Operation Midland are in the region of £1.8 million.
 
4. The total cost of Operation Fairbank since it was set up in 2012, up to the most recent figure available.
Again, if possible please break this down into staffing and non-staffing costs.
 
 To date the costs for Operation Fairbank are in the region of £1.6 million. Currently this enquiry is headed by a Detective Inspector, 2 x Detective Sergeants and 6 x Detective Constables.
 
NB - Please be aware that some officers are involved in more than one enquiry at a time so it is not possible to give exact figures. Also, the figures supplied do not include overtime, travel or expenses incurred by the relevant teams as this information is not held in an easily retrievable format. The information supplied to you is to prevent a cost refusal.
 
This notice concludes your request for information. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in the MPS.
 
Information Rights Unit
 
http://www.met.police.uk/foi/pdfs/disclosure_2015/november_2015/2015090000964.pdf

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@hogwash wrote:Operation Yewtree = £7million


eta:
Operation Midland = £1.8million

Operation Fairbank = £1.6million


Madeleine McCann = £12million


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@willowthewisp wrote:So there you have it confirmed, that so far the Metropolitan Police force of the UK has spent £5 million pound more than they did investigating numerous child abuse and possible murders in the UK on a person Madeleine McCann who is described as disappeared and is on going?

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Re: Operations Yewtree, Midland, Fairbank versus Operation Grange

Post by aquila on 09.11.15 19:50

Out of all these police operations, how many people have been successfully prosecuted?

Tie me quangaroo down sport, tie me quangaroo down, altogether now.

Oh, and Max Clifford who has more dirt on all of them than you can shake a something or other at.

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Operation Yewtree,Operation Grange,Jill Dando Murder and Daniel Morgan

Post by willowthewisp on 11.11.15 18:16

What is the connection to all of these "Special Operations,Hamish Campbell"
(1) Operation Yewtree,Disc Jockeys and media presenters found guilty,No MP's and upper Echelons from society have been found guilty of any crimes relating to child abuse by these learned people?
(2) Operation Grange,Non of the Tapas special friends are suspects in the "Abduction"ReMit?
(3) To this day, Barry George has not been allowed compensation for the time he was incarcerated in prison, suspected to have been Jill Dando's killer,Clarence Mitchell involved in reporting her death?
(4) After 28 yrs the Morgan family have yet to see the killer who was responsible for Daniels death brought to Justice?
So the metropolitan Police Officer,Hamish Campbell has a 100% strike rate of having not found any suspects involved with the demise of the persons still proscribed as missing and un-accounted for in Operation Yewtree,Fernbridge and Operation Grange, what a very Special Police Officer?

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