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Home Office FOI release

Post  chrissie on Fri 28 Nov - 15:08

Just saw this on another forum:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/funding-of-investigations-into-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann/home-office-funding-towards-the-investigations-into-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann-from-2011-to-2014



FOI release 33146

The Home Office has provided The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) £1.9m in 2011/12, £2.8m in 2012/13 and £2.6m in 2013/14.

We expect the costs for 2014/15 to be broadly in line with previous years. The Home Office have paid £639k so far in 2014/15 towards the costs of this investigation.

The costs of the operation are regularly reviewed to ensure they are proportionate.


This must be a real kick in the teeth to the parents of other missing children. I hope it's worth it in the end.



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Re: Home Office FOI release

Post  frencheuropean on Fri 28 Nov - 22:10

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/madeleine-mccann-investigation-cost-to-reach-10m-as-british-review-continues-9891144.html#

News > UK > Crime
Madeleine McCann investigation cost to reach £10m as British review continues

The Home Office has awarded £8m funding since review was ordered in 2011

Lizzie Dearden Friday 28 November 2014


A Email The cost of the continuing British police investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann could soon hit £10 million.

The spend is part of a review into the case ordered by David Cameron in 2011, with an initial budget of £5 million.

Operation Grange has seen Metropolitan Police officers travel to Portugal to work with authorities in efforts to find new leads on the seven-year-old mystery.

The Home Office is proving funding to the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime for the operation, with the total standing at £7.9 million to date, according to figures released following a freedom of information request.

In 2011/12, £1.9 million was awarded, followed by £2.8 million in 2012/13, £2.6 million last year and £639,000 to date in 2014.

British police search scrubland next to a newly-erected tent in the search for Madeleine McCann A spokesperson said the Home Office expected this year’s costs to be “broadly in line with previous years”, meaning it could bring the total to £10 million.

“The costs of the operation are regularly reviewed to ensure they are proportionate,” the spokesperson added.

Madeleine, from Rothley in Leicestershire, went missing on 3 May 2007, after she disappeared from her bed at the Ocean Club complex in Praia da Luz.

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The three-year-old and her two younger siblings had been left asleep in a bedroom of the apartment while her parents dined with seven other friends at a Tapas restaurant 50 metres away.

Madeleine McCann pictured at the age of three, left, and as she might have looked aged nine She was discovered missing by her mother, Kate McCann, later that night but initial searches turned up no clues and a Portugese police chief, Olegario Sousa, later admitted that vital forensic clues may have been destroyed.

As part of Operation Grange, police have made renewed appeals on television in the UK, Ireland Netherlands and Germany with a photograph simulating how Madeline would look now, aged nine.


The Madeleine McCann case

After shelving their inquiry into Madeleine's disappearance in 2008, Portuguese authorities said last October that a review had uncovered enough new information to justify reopening it.

In March, an intruder with a distinctive odour, who is suspected of breaking into holiday homes to sexually assault young girls, emerged as a new suspect in the Met Police’s investigation and in April, police confirmed they are investigating five new cases where young British girls were sexually assaulted during home-break-ins in the Algarve.

Since launching its own investigation, 41 people of interest have been identified by the Metropolitan Police.

Detectives have issued 31 international letters of request (ILOR) to mostly European countries in relation to some of the possible suspects well as accessing phone records."


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Re: Home Office FOI release

Post  interested on Sat 29 Nov - 0:37

....and still no end in sight.

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Re: Home Office FOI release

Post  jeanmonroe on Sat 29 Nov - 1:02

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/funding-of-investigations-into-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann/home-office-funding-towards-the-investigations-into-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann-from-2011-to-2014

HOME OFFICE OFFICIAL WEBSITE.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/funding-of-investigations-into-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann

NOTE: The Home Office USE of the word 'DISAPPEARANCE' as opposed to the MET'S 'remit' of 'ABDUCTION'.



As there is not a scintilla of evidence of an 'abduction', no matter what the McCanns and the T7 'say', the HO are sticking rigidly to actual FACT.

Nobody 'SAW' Madeleine AFTER GM 'says' he 'checked' her and saw her, in her bed, ALIVE and asleep, at 9:04/9:15pm, 3rd May 2007.

NOBODY.



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