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Policy paper: Ofsted’s directed surveillance policy

Policy paper: Ofsted’s directed surveillance policy

Ofsted is authorised under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) 2000 to carry out directed surveillance in order to prevent or detect a crime. We will only use directed surveillance if we cannot obtain the necessary information in any other way.

Directed surveillance means surveillance that is:

  • covert, but not intrusive
  • carried out for the purposes of a specific investigation or operation related to the preventing or detecting of crime
  • likely to result in the obtaining of private information about a person or persons
  • carried out in a way that is premeditated, rather than, for example, the chance observations of an inspector attending a setting to carry out an inspection

This policy sets out our legal powers, our authorisation process, the records we keep and how we will retain any evidence.

Click here to read the original post published on the Ofsted website

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