Any  information recieved anonymously through crimestoppers should  not be placed on the PNC unless an investigation suggests there is corroborating evidence.

If an allegation is unfounded then the crimestoppers allegation must be deleted.

Why is this idea important?

In cases where anonymous information is received through crimestoppers that information should never make its way or be held on the PNC unless there is corroborating evidence.

If the allegation could be malicious as decided by a test then that information must be disregarded despite how serious the allegation is or who it concerns.

it is too easy for malicious people to blight other peoples lives by maliciously accusing someone of domestic violence or child abuse. Under current policy that information even if false and malicious is commited to the pnc and cannot be removed.

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