Two West Yorkshire police invoices for Common Purpose training of Â£2,761.25 and Â£4112.50. Please note that, as with many invoices concerning Common Purpose made public, information on the invoices has been redacted ....blacked out. It is actually unlawful to interfere with invoices concerning public money and very surprising that the police should do so. Just what is it about Common Purpose training that an organisation such as the police should want to remove the name of the individual who was trained (using public money). Just why is everyone so secretive about their involvement with Common Purpose? Why are the public not allowed to see minutes of Common Purpose Advisory Board meetings or correspondence between Common Purpose trained people and HQ Common Purpose? Dirty deeds done in the dark?