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17-4-2016 8:11 am  #1


Supporting Documents to accompany SOT.

As stated, undoubtedly the SOT is the single most useful tool we have. However shoppers should browse the N2d FOI library and other documents available in case of confrontation.

Depending on your travel circumstances, consider the couples right to interview together.

FOI 19924 which confirms your right to video or audio record.

In the light of a recent discussion, consider carrying ATM slips or something else to prove where your cash came from.

There are other docs in relation to how many cigs to roll from a pouch and what directions are given to customs in relation to that.

A recent FOI in relation to recording negative stops ie where no further action is taken.

This is not a definitive list. It is advisable to browse and put together a folder of docs separate to your SOT which you can refer to.


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27-8-2016 6:55 pm  #2


Re: Supporting Documents to accompany SOT.

I am struggling to find the foi library? 

 

27-8-2016 7:10 pm  #3


Re: Supporting Documents to accompany SOT.

Freedom of Information requests

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