Elizabeth Truss

Ceidwadwyr MP ar gyfer South West Norfolk

@trussliz https://facebook.com/ElizabethTrussSWNorfolk

Authorised Criminal Conduct by Undercover Sources

There have been votes in Parliament on procedures for enabling the authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover police officers, other public officials working undercover, and members of the public recruited by public bodies as covert sources.

Elizabeth Truss consistently voted for authorising criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources

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Major votes

  • On 27 Ion 2021: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio against restricting the scope of authorisations for criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources to exclude activities including causing death or bodily harm, violating the sexual integrity of an individual, obstructing justice, wrongful detention and torture. Show vote
  • On 27 Ion 2021: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio against restricting the authorisation of criminal conduct by children and vulnerable sources to exceptional circumstances.   Show vote
  • On 15 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio to to enable the authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover police officers, other public officials working undercover, and members of the public recruited by public bodies as covert sources. Show vote
  • On 5 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio to to enable the authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover police officers, other public officials working undercover, and members of the public recruited by public bodies as covert sources. Show vote

Minor votes

  • On 27 Ion 2021: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio against requiring those issuing authorisations for criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources to "reasonably believe", rather than merely "believe", the required conditions are met. Show vote
  • On 15 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio against requiring judicial authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover police officers, other public officials working undercover, or members of the public recruited by public bodies as covert sources. Show vote
  • On 15 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio against restricting the scope of authorisations for criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources to exclude activities including causing death or bodily harm, violating the sexual integrity of an individual, obstructing justice and torture. Show vote
  • On 15 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio not to limit authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources to police forces, the National Crime Agency, the Serious Fraud Office and the intelligence services. Show vote
  • On 15 Hyd 2020: Elizabeth Truss wedi pleidleisio to permit the authorisation of criminal conduct by undercover officers and covert sources where such conduct relates to trade unions. Show vote

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