Home Affairs Committee to hear evidence on illegal use of firearms

16 November 2010

This is the fourth and final evidence session of the Commons Home Affairs Committee’s inquiry into Firearms Control.


At approximately 11.20 am

  • Assistant Chief Constable Sue Fish, Association of Chief Police Officers’ (ACPO) lead for criminal use of firearms
  • Paul James, Head of the National Ballistics Intelligence Service (NABIS)
  • Matt Lewis, Acting Head, Knowledge and Communications, NABIS

At approximately 11.30 am

  • Assistant Chief Constable Adrian Whiting, ACPO lead for firearms and explosives licensing
  • Mick Fidgeon, Firearms Office Manager, Essex Police
  • Chief Constable Craig Mackey, Cumbria Constabulary

At approximately 12 noon

  • Dr. Vivienne Nathanson, Director of Professional Activities, British Medical Association (BMA)
  • Dr. John Canning, Middlesbrough GP and Chair, Professional Fees Committee, BMA

At approximately 12.30 pm

  • James Brokenshire MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for crime prevention, Home Office

The Committee will then adjourn until:

At 2 pm, in House of Lords Committee Room 1

  •  Peter J Nickles, Attorney-General, District of Columbia

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