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(1) The Chief Inspector must report to the Secretary of State on each inspection and review carried out by him.
(2) When a report is received by the Secretary of State, he must—
(a) lay a copy of it before each House of Parliament, and
(b) arrange for it to be published.
(3) But the Secretary of State may exclude a part of a report from the copy so laid or published if, in his opinion, the laying or publication of the part—
(a) would be against the public interest, or
(b) might jeopardise the safety of any person.
(4) If the Secretary of State excludes a part of a report from laying or publication, he must lay or publish with the report a statement that it has been excluded.
(5) If a report relates (wholly or partly) to the Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland, the Chief Inspector must send a copy of it to the Attorney General for Northern Ireland.
To be appointed: see s 87(1).