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09/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002298/16

Please tell me the number of individuals that have received a sexual risk order since they were introduced by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
Please provide me with the breakdown of number of males and number of females who have received this order.
Please tell me the ages of the individuals that have received this order.


10/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

Information not held

002299/16

Fatal Accident - Worlington - 17th July 2015 - Four Fatalities
- Has there been an enquiry/ investigation & what are the results?

- If there has not been an enquiry what action has been taken by the police/other authorities since the accident?

- Are there any indications of what caused the accident & who, if anyone, was to blame?

- What lessons can be learned to try & prevent another similar tragedy? eg speed restrictions in the village.




09/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002301/16

Since controlling or coercive behaviour in an intimate or family relationship became a criminal offence under section 76 of the Serious Crime Act 2015, from the 29th December 2015 to date (10th June):

1. How many people have been arrested under Section 76 of the act?

2. Of those arrested under Section 76 of the act, please provide the outcome? E.g. charged, cautioned etc.

3. Please could you provide a breakdown of the gender and age of the offenders in each case?

4. Please could you provide a breakdown of the gender and age of the victims in each case?

5. Since 29th December 2015 to date (10th June 2016) how many successful convictions has the force had under Section 76 of the act?

6. Could you also please provide details as to whether the alleged incident took place in an intimate personal relationship or were family members?




10/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002302/16

would I be able to get figures for the number of people who have been reported as nuisance callers?
PREVIOUS Related FOI 002051-16 and Norfolk FOI 002049-16
How many people has Suffolk Police banned from calling 999 or 101 FOLLOW on Request
since January 2013?

Of the people banned: how many calls did they make to 999 and/or 101; when did they make the calls (date and time); and what reasons did they give for them?


If possible, please could I also have address details for those who have been banned.
Please can you email me to confirm you have received this request, and please contact me on this email address or the phone number below if you have any questions.

10/06/2016


Full Disclosure




002303/16

1. How many people, caught speeding in your area, in the last four calendar years were let off because the owners of their foreign-registered vehicles could not be traced?

2. What is the estimated loss in fines as a result of this?

3. Were any other crimes rescinded, in the last four calendar years, because the owners of their foreign-registered vehicles could not be traced? If so, what were they?


13/06/2016

Partial Disclosure

Section 12

002305/16

How many time did police officers at your force take members of the public to hospital due to ambulances being unavailable?
In financial year 6 April 2015 - 5 April 2016


13/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

SECTION 12

002312/16

Please provide the number of children under 16, broken down by age, who were arrested in the past five years on suspicion of;

a) drugs possession offences and

b) drugs supply offences.
Please provide a table showing the number of children by age arrested for the two different offence types for each of the last five years.


13/06/2016


Full Disclosure




002314/16

We are involved in an EU wide study on examination of complaints of police unlawful use of force and detention. The study aims to identify the mechanisms for complaint and redress available to people who make allegations of misconduct.
I am currently looking into police forces’ policies on retaining recordings, such as from body worn cameras, CCTV and cameras on police vehicles. I was able to find your Records Management Policy online, but I was unable to find your schedule of retention periods. Would be able to email me a copy or direct me to where I might find it?

14/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002338/16

Dear Sir/Madam

Under the Freedom of Information Act, can you please supply me with the following information for 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015 broken down by calendar year:

1. The number of Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence (DASH) Risk Assessments completed by officers.

2. The number of completed DASH forms where Question 10 ("Are there any children, step-children that aren’t (….) in the household? Or are there other dependants in the household (i.e. older relative)?") was answered "Yes".

3. The number of completed DASH forms where Question 11 ("Has (……..) ever hurt children/dependants?") was answered "Yes".

4. The number of completed DASH forms where Question 12 ("Has (……..) ever threatened to hurt or kill the children/dependants?") was answered "Yes".

5. The number of completed DASH forms where Question 22 ("Has (……..) ever mistreated an animal or the family pet?") was answered "Yes".

6. The number of completed DASH forms where questions 10 and 22 were both answered "Yes".

7. The number of completed DASH forms where questions 11 and 22 were both answered "Yes".

8. The number of completed DASH forms where questions 12 and 22 were both answered "Yes".

The data provided will form a core part of my doctoral thesis on domestic abuse, child abuse and animal abuse, therefore I would be extremely grateful for any information you can provide. Please provide the data via email.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me by telephone or email.


14/06/2016

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002353/16

1. For the last financial year 2015/2016 how much money was paid to officers and civilian staff of your force as compensation for personal injuries after they brought or threatened legal action against your force? (If possible please EXCLUDE the legal fees that may have been paid in these cases so that the answer is just the compensation received by the injured parties).

2 How many individual claims did this represent?

3. For all payments in excess of £5,000 that were paid please state (i) the amount of compensation, (ii) the cost to the force of the legal fees associated with the case, (iii) if the employee was an officer, a PCSO or a member of civilian staff and (iv) a one sentence description of the nature of the claim.

Note this question relates to compensation claims paid in 2015/2016 irrespective of when the actual injury incident took place, or when the claim was lodged.




17/06/2016

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002356/16

Please can you provide me with the following information of the use of dispersal powers under Part 3 of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014:
1. The number of instances that an authorisation under section 34 was made from January 2016 to date?
2. How many of these recorded authorisations noted particular regard to the rights of freedom of expression and freedom of assembly set out in articles 10 and 11 of the European Convention on Human Rights?
3. The location of any particular "hotspots" identified by the gathering and collation of this data?


17/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

SECTION 12

002358/16

I like to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act.

How many fail to stop collisions were recorded in Suffolk in the calendar year 2013


How many fail to stop collisions were recorded in Suffolk in the calendar year 2014
How many fail to stop collisions were recorded in Suffolk in the calendar year 2015
How many fail to stop collisions were recorded in Suffolk in the full months of 2016 (January 1st to June 1st)

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2013 resulted in fatal injuries


How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2014 resulted in fatal injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2015 resulted in fatal injuries

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in the 2016 months of January to June resulted in fatal injuries

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2013 resulted in serious injuries

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2014 resulted in serious injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2015 resulted in serious injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in the 2016 months of January to June resulted in serious injuries

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2013 resulted in minor injuries


How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2014 resulted in minor injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2015 resulted in minor injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in the 2016 months of January to June resulted in minor injuries

How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2013 resulted in no injuries


How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2014 resulted in no injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in 2015 resulted in no injuries
How many fail to stop collisions recorded in Suffolk in the 2016 months of January to June resulted in minor injuries


17/06/2016

Partial Disclosure

Section 12

002359/16

To Whom It May Concern,

I am writing to make an open government request for all the information to which I am entitled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please send me details of:

The number of convictions where your force identified a suspect using fingerprints in 2015

The number of convictions where your force identified a suspect using DNA in 2015

The number of convictions where your force identified a suspect using CCTV in 2015

I would like the above information to be provided to me as paper or electronic copies by email or post please (see above).

If this request is too wide or unclear, I would be grateful if you could contact me as I understand that under the Act, you are required to advise and assist requesters. If any of this information is already in the public domain, please can you direct me to it, with page references and URLs if necessary.

If the release of any of this information is prohibited on the grounds of breach of confidence, I ask that you supply me with copies of the confidentiality agreement and remind you that information should not be treated as confidential if such an agreement has not been signed.

I understand that you are required to respond to my request within the 20 working days after you receive this letter. I would be grateful if you could confirm in writing that you have received this request.

I look forward to hearing from you.



17/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

SECTION 12

002360/16

FOI on Dog Control for Police forces

UK Police force FOI on the impact of amendments to the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 to include dangerous dogs and on use of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991

Questions

1. How many dog-related complaints has the [Cambridgeshire Constabulary] recorded in 2015?

2. How many Community Protection Notices, Injunctions or Criminal Behaviour Orders have been issued under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 for dog-related incidents in 2015?

Total


Community Protection Notice

Injunctions

Criminal Behaviour Order
3.

a. How many dogs has the force seized under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991in 2015?

Total

Dogs seized under Section 1



Dogs seized under Section 3
b. If recorded, please list the breeds of all the dogs seized

4.

a. How many dogs seized under Section 1 of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 were euthanased? Where possible, please specify the reason they were euthanased (see Annex 1)


b. How many dogs seized under Section 1 of the Dangerous Dogs Act were released under the Interim Exemption Scheme prior to a court case?

c. How many dogs seized under Section 1 of the Dangerous Dogs Act were added to the Index of Exempted Dogs (IED)?

d. How many dogs seized under Section 3 of the Dangerous Dogs Act were euthanased?

Annex 1


Potential reasons why a dog may be euthanased under Section 1 of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991:

• The dog was a banned breed and didn’t meet the requirements for an exemption

• The owner of the dog was deemed to not be a fit and proper person to be responsible for the animal by the court

• The owner chose to relinquish the animal before or after the court case.


5. Please supply a copy of the documentation detailing the definition of the four types of dog banned under s1 of the DDA (Pit Bull Terriers, Japanese Tosas, Dogo Argentinos and Fila Brazilieros) that you use to determine whether or not a dog is an illegal type, eg Defra’s ‘Dangerous Dogs Law; Guidance for enforcers’, annex 2.


17/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002368/16

I understand from Clair Pack that the combining of the reportage systems for Suffolk and Norfolk is now complete, so please send me the latest available figures for:
1. total number of police officers in Suffolk (full time equivalent if relevant)
2. the number of Restricted Duties (separate figures for each category):-

a) permanent

b) Temporary

c) pregnancy


3. The number on Recuperative Duties
4. The number who are not fully operational due to their having failed fitness tests.



20/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002372/16

Under the Freedom of Information Act, please can you answer the following question.

Please can you provide the number of death threats MPs in Suffolk have received in the last five years?
Please can you break it down by year and by MP/constituency?
Please can you include the nature of the threat.


20/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

Information not held

002373/16

**CLARIFICATION TO Q1 RECEIVED 21/06/2015** - Please see bottom for text
For the financial years 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, and 2015/16 please send the following information:
1) Number of people detained by Norfolk/Suffolk Police under the Mental Health Act?

2) The names and locations (Please give full addresses) of facilities used to keep those detained people prior to transfer to mental health hospitals/units/other place of medical assessment.

3) Please break down the answer to Question 1 down by the following:
- People aged between 0-10

- People aged between 11-20

- People aged between 21-30

- People aged between 31-40

- People aged between 41-50

- People aged between 51-60

- People aged between 61-70

- People aged between 71-80

- People aged 81 or over
4) For the financial years 2013/14, 2014/15, and 2015/16 please break Question 1 down by the following:

- Amount of people detained for 24 hours or less.

- Amount of people detained between 24-48 hours.

- Amount of people detained between 48-72 hours.

**CLARIFICATION RECEIVED ** ref: Q1

Q1 Would it be possible to get the figures for those detained under Section 136 in custody and all people detained under Section 136?


20/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002375/16

This is a request made under the Freedom of Information Act.
Please can you tell me how many times police were called to GP surgeries in Ipswich in 2014, 2015 and to date in 2016?
For each year, please can you provide the names of the surgeries where the incidents took place and the type of incident?


20/06/2016

Full Disclosure




002379/16

How many sexual offences involving children (peer-on-peer) were recorded by Suffolk Constabulary at primary and secondary schools in the county between September 1, 2013 and the date of this request?
Could you please include:
- The school the incident happened in

- The date it happened on

- The age and sex of the children involved

- What crime was alleged to have taken place and brief details of the incident

- What action was taken as a result of the report
If it is not possible to provide any of this information, could you please give as much information as you can?


20/06/2016

Partial Disclosure

EXEMPT


002381/16

Please could I make a Freedom of Information request for the following information about average speed cameras on the A14 in Suffolk.
1. On what date did the average speed cameras on the stretch of the A14 from Wherstead to Nacton and over the Orwell Bridge become operational?

2. How many drivers have been detected above the 60mph speed limit since the cameras became operational? (with monthly break-down if possible)

3. How many penalty charge notices / penalty point notices / court summons have been issued in relation to the scheme (with a breakdown of each if possible) (with monthly break-down if possible)?

4. What is the highest speed detected by the scheme?





20/06/2016

Nothing To Disclose

Information not held

002383/16

I would like to make the following requests for information. I am looking for homogenous, non-identifiable, numeric data. Wherever I state a period of time, I am requesting that you provide data up until the latest date for which it is available.
1. Reports made to Suffolk Police of Antisocial Behaviour relating to incidents located within the policing authority of Suffolk Police between 1990 and 2016.

- A) Total number of reports of Antisocial Behaviour of all categories 1990-2016.

- B) Within A above, the total number of reports recorded under the national standard for incident recording (NSIR) as:

i. ‘Nuisance’ Antisocial Behaviour.

ii. ‘Environmental’ Antisocial Behaviour.

- C) Additionally, within A above, the total number of reports assigned the NSIR qualifiers:

i. ‘Street drinking’.

ii. ‘Rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour’.

- D) Additionally, from A above, the total number of reports that were recorded including any of the following words or phrases:

i. Drinking alcohol.

ii. Drinking.

iii. Drunk.

iv. Drunken.

v. Drunkenness.

- E) For all of A-D above I request that, if possible, the data be broken down by:

i. Year that report was made.

ii. Month that report was made.

2. Arrests made between 1998 and 2016 by Suffolk Police against individuals for breach of Anti Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs) which occurred within the policing authority of Suffolk Police between 1998 and 2016.
- A) Total number of arrests made for breach of ASBOs.

- B) Within A above, total number of arrests made with the recorded reason given that the individual concerned was/had been doing the following in breach of an ASBO:

i. Drinking alcohol in a public place.

ii. Drunk in a public place.

iii. Drunkenness in a public place.

iv. Drunk behaviour in a public place.

v. Consumption of alcohol in a public place.

vi. Street drinking.

- C) For each of A-B above, I request that, if possible, the data be broken down by:

i. Year that arrest was made.

ii. Month that arrest was made.
3. Arrests made between 2014 and 2016 by Suffolk Police against individuals for breach of Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBOs) which occurred within the policing authority of Suffolk Police between 2014 and 2016.

- A) Total number of arrests made for breach of CBOs.

- B) Within A above, total number of arrests made with the recorded reason given that the individual concerned was/had been doing the following in breach of a CBO:

i. Drinking alcohol in a public place.

ii. Drunk in a public place.

iii. Drunkenness in a public place.

iv. Drunk behaviour in a public place.




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