MPs debated the remaining stages of the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill in the House of Commons on Wednesday 30 January 2019.
The debate was opened by the Minister for Security and Economic Crime, Mr Ben Wallace, with Shadow Solicitor General Nick Thomas-Symonds responding on behalf of the Opposition.
MPs divided twice over Lords amendments to this Bill, over electronic data and other States ability to access it.
The Bill has now returned, as amended, to the House of Lords.
MPs debated the second reading of the Crime Bill on 3 December 2019.
The debate was opened by Security Minister Ben Wallace, with Shadow Solicitor General Nick Thomas-Symonds responding on behalf of the Opposition.
The Bill passed second reading without a division.
Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill
Summary of the Bill
The Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill enables appropriate officers (eg a constable) to apply for the production of existing stored electronic information located or controlled outside the UK, for use in the investigation and prosecution of indictable offences. Such a power can only be applied for where a designated international co-operation arrangement exists and permits.
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House of Commons Library analysis
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The Library has published a briefing paper for Second Reading.
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