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Riots Communities and Victims Panel

Listening, learning and understanding

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Thank you to everyone who has submitted written evidence and provided their views to the Panel.

We read with interest all the evidence received. This offered us a unique insight into the way communities and victims were affected by the riots. Much of this evidence contributed towards our interim report (published in November 2011) and final report (published in March 2012).

We would also like to thank those that attended our open public meetings across the country and the business owners, community leaders and local residents who spoke with us during our visits to riot-affected areas. The resilience and courage shown by these individuals made a lasting impression on our work.

The public call for evidence and submissions to the Panel closed on 1 March 2012.

This website is no longer managed and there is no longer a press office function for the Panel.

Media queries for individual panel members can be directed to:

Darra Singh OBE   jmarciano@uk.ey.com
Heather Rabbatts CBE  heather@heatherrabbatts.com
Baroness Maeve Sherlock OBE   sherlockm@parliament.uk
Simon Marcus   simonmarcus2003@yahoo.co.uk

Personal information

If you provided personal information to the Riots Communities and Victims Panel it is understood that you consented to its disclosure and publication.

If you want the information you provided, or any part of it, to be kept confidential, you should explain why as part of your response. However, we cannot guarantee confidentiality as all information contained in responses may be subject to publication or disclosure if requested under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Nor can we give assurance that any disclosure you made which could implicate you in any criminal activity will not be disclosed in the event of criminal proceedings being brought against you in relation to that activity.