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National database will hold details of 50,000 offenders
3 October 2003

'A national database containing details of more than 50,000 violent and sex offenders, as well as some unconvicted suspects, is being set up to track dangerous criminals.' link

Posted by SteveC at 05:38 PM Fri 3 Oct 2003 Categories: Privacy , The Independent