1. Is there a 'On Site Immigration Official' (OSIO) from the Home Office within Thurrock Council?
2. If yes, please:
a) confirm which team they are located within;
b) confirm which teams/departments within the local authority they work with;
c) provide copies of all documents in your possession relating to the presence of Home Office staff or immigration officers at Local Authority office;
3. If no, please:
a) confirm if the Council is currently considering using the OSIO service provided by the Home Office;
b) provide copies of any emails, reports, minutes, decision documents discussing the OSIO service.
a) Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub
b) Children’s Social Care
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