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EA/2015/0030 - FO! 28504 Information in scope Extracts from email chain 1 — 01/08/2013 16:35 (More Compliance Tweets): Three more suggested tweets below with updated arrest numbers and Swansea arrest. ‘Swansea pic attached but its worth pointing out the officer is wearing UKBA livery ~ | could blur but | think that looks silly Are you content with the Tweets? A total of 94 suspected #immigrationoffenders have been arrested in raids across the UK today httpy/bit.ty/13yoCvT A suspected visa overstayer arrested at NNN - 94 suspected #immigrationoffenders arrested across UK Mark Harper talks about Home Office operations targeting #immigrationoffenders which have led to 94 arrests [link to video (Attachment out of scope — was tweeted, so already in the public domain.) Extracts from email chain 2 - 01/08/2013 12:09 (Compliance web story): Ill also issue the following tweets, we've changed the hashtag from illegal working because the Walthamstow op is not targeting illegal working and is very prominent on twitter so we're likely to be criticised if we use that Home Office carrying out raids across the UK — xx #immigrationoffenders arrested - follow us for more updates flink to story) xx suspected #immigrationoffenders have been arrested in raids across the UK today follow for updates (National message) 20(# immigrationoffenders caught working illegally in [region] arrested following Home Office raids [attach picture/video if available] (regional message) 20¢ # immigrationoffenders arrested at [region] following Home Office operations [attach picture/video if available] (regional message) XX businesses caught using illegal labour will be served penalty notices of up to £10,000 per illegal worker. #immigrationoffenders EA/2015/0030 - FO! 28504 Information in scope Extracts from email chain 3 - 31/07/2013 16:42 (Op Compliance tomorrow): You're going to be out and about with Op Compliance officers tomorrow. i ancl I will be equipped with the office iPads to get video clips of the operations. However | wanted to ask those of you who have office-blackberries that have had the cameras switched on or half decent camera phones to take pics of the operations and send them back to me. It would be great if we could get pics of officers leading people away, checking documentation or busting in doors if that's happening Welll tweet this pics out via the departmental Twitter account and what we want is to give a flavour of how the operations work | appreciate this isn’t necessarily as straightforward as it sounds but we've tried this before and had some success. Ideally try to identify officers who don't mind having their pictures taken but if they have a problem we can blur them out, we'll probably have to blur out the people who are being arrested. Alternatively try to get pictures of the backs of people's heads. Once you have the pictures please email them to me 20 copy in Please include some basic details on location, time, type of operation (commercial or residential premises) and number of arrests. This will help us to put some context on any tweets we send out. Extracts from email chain 4 - 31/07/2013 15:06 (Operation Compliance): Asseries of tweets will be issued throughout the afternoon and evening, based on the following template. These will include links to photographs of enforcement activity taking place around the country: Immigration Enforcement officers carrying out #illegalworking raids across the UK — xx arrested - follow us for more updates [link to story] xx suspected immigration offenders have been arrested in raids across the UK today follow #illegalworking for updates 2 immigration offenders caught working illegally in [region] arrested following Home Office raids #illegalworking [attach picture/video if available] XX businesses caught using illegal labour will be served penalty notices of up to £10,000 per illegal worker. #ilegalworking Employing illegal workers cheats lawful business & exploits the vulnerable — should those who do it get higher fines? htwo:/bit.v/14yoBul Please could you let me know if you are content with the attached press release and the wider handling plans. EA/2015/0030 - FO! 28504 Information in scope Extracts from email chain 5 — 30/07/2013 19:30 (Digital Plans for Compliance): You said yesterday that you wanted me to provide you with a more detailed plan of our digital proposal for Op Compliance. Below is a suggested outline for the day. Let me know if you have any concerns ‘As soon as the web story is published, we will issue a series of tweets to highlight the web story and successful operations. We will use the hashtag ‘#illegalworking’ to make clear these operations are targeted at individuals working here illegally and not legitimate migrants. Please see below template tweets. These will be repeated as necessary across the regions. Immigration Enforcement officers carrying out #illegalworking raids across the UK — xx arrested - follow us for more updates [link to story] xx suspected immigration offenders have been arrested in raids across the UK today follow #illegalworking for updates (National message) 20¢ immigration offenders caught working illegally in [region] arrested following Home Office raids #illegalworking [attach picture/video if available] (regional message) XXbusinesses caught using illegal labour will be served penalty notices of up to £10,000 per illegal worker. #illegalworking Post 1pm We will continue to issue tweets throughout the afternoon using material compiled between 7am and 1pm as well as providing hourly updates of arrest numbers across the country. Reply: How about the following as a tweet to flag the consultation on illegal working Employing illegal workers cheats lawful business & exploits the vulnerable — should those who do it get higher fines? hewp/bit.y/t4yoBul EA/2015/0030 - FO! 28504 Information in scope Extracts from email chain 6 — 29/07/2013 11:07 (News Stories for this week): Thursday Op Compliance - Web story and digital/social media campaign to run through the day highlighting the enforcement work through a selection of pictures, video and running updates of arrests. This one is most subject to change. Extracts from email chi Handling): We will use social media channels to maintain public interest throughout the day with updates on arrests, additional pictures and film clips to drive people to our website. A full Tweet schedule will be drawn up, highlighting the various raids and linking them into a national picture. 7 Media Plan attachment — 24/07/2013 09:33 (Reliance Extracts from email chain 8 - 23/07/2013 15:09 (To Clear: Media plan for Operation Compliance): We will use the press notice as a basis for a web story and we intend to issue a series of tweets throughout the day — all of which will either be factual operational updates or based on wording agreed in the press notice. We will send these up for clearance before publishing, Extracts from email chain 9 Media Plan attachment — 23/07/2013 09:44 (Operation Compliance): A full Tweet schedule will be drawn up, highlighting the various raids and linking them into a national picture. Press officers will use cameras and iPads to take photos of operations, which will then be Tweeted out from the Home Office account throughout the day. Press. office is working with operational colleagues to establish a way of doing this without jeopardising later jobs. Extracts from email chain 10 - 01/07/2013 09:44: Essentially though what we're looking to do is work with the regional team and get them to feed us a stream of pics, video clips and real time updates that we can tweet out on the day and pull together onto a story page to highlight UKBA work.