EN30 is the cipher given to a former cover officer for the National Public Order Intelligence Unit for six years. The Undercover Policing Inquiry has indicated that it will restrict the officer's real name.
For the N cipher system see N officers page.
In the Undercover Policing Inquiry
- 15 November 2018: Mitting wrote:
- EN30 was a cover officer for a little over six years. EN30 was the cover officer for two undercover officers whose deployments are of significant interest to the Inquiry. The risk of physical harm to EN30 from members of the groups targeted by them has been assessed by the risk assessor as low. I accept that assessment. But for the factors set out in the closed note which accompanies these reasons, I would have been minded not to make a restriction order in respect of EN30's real name. They cannot be disclosed openly, but require the making of such an order.
- Evidence w ill be given publicly by EN30, albeit with protective measures taken.
- Sir John Mitting, In the matter of section 19(3) of the Inquiries Act 2005. Applications for restriction orders in respect of the real and cover names of officers of the National Public Order Intelligence Unit and its predecessor/successor units 'Minded to' Note 3, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 15 November 2018.
- Steven Gray, Counsel to the Inquiry's Explanatory Note to accompany the third 'Minded To' note in respect of applications for restriction orders over the real and cover names of officers of the National Public Order Intelligence Unit and its predecessor/successor units, Undercover Policing Inquiry, 15 November 2018.