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Report published 9 April 2014. Government Response published 14 July 2014 and UK Statistics Authority Response published 15 September 2014.
The Committee is undertaking a programme of work statistics and their use in government by means of a series of eleven studies. One of these studies is about crime statistics.
The Committee is examining whether appropriate checks are in place to ensure crimes are recorded properly and therefore whether policy makers in government, as well as the public, can have confidence in crime statistics.
Norman Baker MP gives evidence in Westminster Hall debate
Public Administration Select Committee publishes UK Statistics Authority Response on Monday 15 September
PASC to publish report on Police Recorded Crime statistics
Public Administration Select Committee holds its fourth evidence session on Tuesday 21 January
Public Administration Select Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 8 January at 9.30am
PASC takes evidence from members of the Crime Statistics Advisory Committee at 9.30am
Current and former police officers and PCCs give evidence on Tuesday 19 November at 9.30am
Public Administration Select Committee calls for evidence into new inquiry