BÖP

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BÖPBerufsverband Österreichischer Psychologinnen und Psychologen
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The 10-yearold was born in England and adopted at the age of two after being taken into care by social services staff working for the Borough of Poole, a family court judge has heard.
How they met: Carol and Peter first met in 2003 when Carol began work as a town planner for the Borough of Poole council, her first job after graduating from Cardiff University.
ProcServe, a provider of electronic procurement solutions, said today that it has won a contract from the Borough of Poole in southern England to provide an electronic buying system to automate the purchase-to-pay (P2P) process.
A Borough of Poole spokesman said: "The council accepts fully the ruling of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal and would like to apologise to Ms Paton and her family for any distress caused as a result of its actions in this case."
Jenny Paton, Tim Joyce and their three daughters were followed by the Borough of Poole for three weeks between February 10 and March 3, 2008.
The spokesman added: "The safety of children is Dorset Police''s top priority and we are working closely with the Borough of Poole (Council) children''s services and the Bournemouth and Poole Primary Care Trust, which are also involved in safeguarding children.
Jenny Paton and her partner Tim Joyce were snooped on for nearly three weeks after the Borough of Poole wrongly suspected they had lied about living in the catchment area for Lilliput First School.
Cllr Peter Adams, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture, Borough of Poole, said: "This project has made a valuable and quite unique contribution to one of the largest open spaces in Poole, changing its use for local people and enhancing it for wildlife.
The pensioner's garden was cleaned up by Borough of Poole staff in 2000 and again in 2007 following a legal battle after it was declared an eyesore by his neighbours.
Fishermen, vandals and a family suspected of living in the wrong school catchment area were all watched by Borough of Poole Council using covert surveillance.
Tim Martin, head of legal and democratic services at the Borough of Poole, said: "The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act grants legal powers to local authorities to carry out surveillance for the investigation of criminal activity.