Home Office




The Home Office leads on immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime policy and counter-terrorism and works to ensure visible, responsive and accountable policing in the UK. The first duty of this government department is to keep citizens safe and the country secure since 1782. The Home Office is a ministerial department supported by 28 agencies and public bodies who plays a fundamental role in the security and economic prosperity of the UK. The Home Office teams regularly publish statistics reports, commentaries, tables and data on crime, policing and police workforce, alcohol and drugs, licensing, migration, animals in science, counter-terrorism and fire and rescue. The Home Office give their personnel the chance to use their competencies to build a rewarding career as their employees never stop learning and broaden their experience by using the rapidly improving links across government. Anglo Technical Recruitment recruits specialists on behalf of the Home Office within a varied range of policy, corporate services and operational roles from offices around the world, including Whitehall, Croydon, Liverpool, Mumbai and Washington. Up until 2004, the Home Office was located at Queen Anne's Gate, a Brutalist office block close to St. James's Park tube station. Many functions, however, were decentralised to offices in other parts of the country, notably the headquarters of the Immigration and Nationality Directorate in Croydon. In 2005, the Home Office moved to a new main office designed by Sir Terry Farrell at Marsham Street, Westminster, on the site of the demolished Marsham Towers building of the Department of the Environment.
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