Clearly you are quite incapable of reading what is actually written (as borne out by your oft remarked upon 'Headline only’tendencies but lets look again at the lead up to your post aboveSpeak to your local MP about the data retention policy, I’m just a plod.
It seems prudent to me that these NFA interactions with police should be correctly and lawfully recorded and safely and securely held on a database
Vast numbers of people are NFA because they just didn’t do anything wrong, but some are NFA for numerous other reasons, such as people just not wanting to make an official statement
Because I may not want to make an 'official' statement for whatever reason and thus exercise my lawful right to not do so, you think it is right and proper that my details should be recorded on a police / home office database until I am 100 years old?
Note the absence of any comment about whether data retention for the sake of data retention is right, wrong or wno cares - note further that the question sought confirmation of your opinion
but your very intelligent answer is:
Speak to your local MP about the data retention policy, I’m just a plod.
Nice one. Taking a leaf from your book, I’ll take it as 'no answer then’.