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Company Response

G4S response to LPHR statement (below)

It is important to note that the UK National Contact Point has found no evidence that G4S equipment or services cause or contribute to adverse human rights impacts and that the company carries out extensive due diligence and on-going review of the potential human rights risks of its business... In what the NCP describes in its Final Statement as a “technical inconsistency” with the OECD Guidelines, the NCP does suggest that G4S could do more to influence its business partners, share best practice and commit to new practices in regard to future contracts. This is not the same as suggesting that G4S is committing serious breaches of human rights...

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