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Subject access via email or mail?

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Hi guys,

I requested my subject access on ACRO via email (i assumed it would take faster, it didn't!) - it has something minor when i was a child, a warning on it (phew) - some of you may know i was panicking about it a lot...

It basically has no details on it just the name of the incident,location, a date, school pupil and outcome etc. If i print out the document is it enough for the interview or do i need to apply for another copy via mail? and wait another 40 days :l

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Just looked at the document - and it is all type, only the supporting letter has a signature on it. If i get it mailed to me there will be absolutely no difference in the two documents? Unless they mail a different document but i can't imagine so! Thinking it will be enough, unless someone says otherwise!

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