§ Mr. Eldon Griffiths
asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department (1) what representations he received from the Suffolk Police Authority on the subject of additional staff to man its new police headquarters; and what reply he gave;
(2) how many police officers are now engaged at the new Suffolk police headquarters; and how many of these would have been freed for outside questions if he had not rejected the police authority's480W
students for the last four years and for 1976.
§ Mr. Gerry Fowler
Information on postgraduates, and on undergratduates for individual medical schools is not immediately available. I will write to the hon. Member.
The information on total undergraduate admissions to United Kingdom medical schools is:
request to recruit additional civilians to man this headquarters office.
§ Dr. Summerskill
The police authority has estimated that 22 additional civilian staff would be needed for the new headquarters and training centre, and it has proposed that these staff should be regarded as outside the current restrictions on the employment of police civilian staff. It has been told that these restrictions must stand, despite the problems that are bound to follow for the police generally, and it has been asked to continue on the basis that civilian staff must be held within the limits set by the rate support grant settlements by 31st March 1977.