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Freedom of Information

If you wish to make a request for information from the Nottinghamshire Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner please email nopcc@nottinghamshire.pnn.police.uk or write to the address below.

Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner
Arnot Hill House
Arnot Hill Park
NG5  6LU

We will respond to each FOI request within 20 working days.


 FOI Responses 2018
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SIA License Holder

I would like to request under the freedom of information act as much information as possible within the cost limit on all of the reports/complaints/arrests made against SIA license holders, filed since January 2014 till the present day.
I understand some information may be redacted but I would like as much information as possible within the cost limit and for it to be in a digital format to again limit the cost of the request.

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West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner consultation on drugs policy

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please can you provide me with:

-All submissions (including all evidence and supporting documents) sent to the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner for its consultation on drugs policy. The evidence was used in the formation of the ‘West Midlands Drug Policy Call for Evidence – Report’, published 12 December 2017.

-Any other reports produced or commissioned within the last 12 months concerning the policing of drug offences.

If you are able to supply some of this information more quickly than other items, please supply each item when you can rather than delay everything until it is all available.

If there are any clarifications requested or exemptions cited for certain parts of the request, please provide responses for others in the meantime, as advised by the Information Commissioner.

If you need any clarification then please email me.

Under your section 16 duty to provide advice and assistance I would expect you to contact me if you find this request unmanageable in any way so we can negotiate how best to proceed.

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Rate Increase

The NOPCC is demanding an extra 0.5% over what I thought was Governments proposed maximum rate increase. What is the current total annual cost of the NOPCC. and how many staff are now employed by him?

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Courier Service Contracts

Please send me details for the period 2017-18 on the following:

  1. The total value of the courier service contracts that were outsourced?
  2. The name of your primary and any secondary Courier supplier
    • The value of your primary supplier contract, its expiry date and the services they provide (e.g. same day/next-day/overnight)
    • The value of your secondary supplier's contract, its expiry date and the and services they provide (e.g. same day/next-day/overnight)
  3. The total cost of the courier services that were managed in-house?
    • The number of staff employed in managing those contracts
    • The number of vehicles owned or leased to meet the in-house courier requirement
  4. The name and email of the person responsible for the procurement/management of these services?
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Misson Springs

The Nottinghamshire police currently have an application to Bassetlaw district Council for planning permission for a welfare facility for the police force at the Misson Springs designated site for shale gas exploration.
I would be grateful please to have answers under the Freedom of information Act to the following questions.

  1. Is it the police authority or the Notts county council which is paying for this welfare facility on the site which is at least half a mile away from the village of Misson?
  2. Has this been the subject of any discussion between you as the Commissioner who is responsible for representing the public's point of view over policing matters and the landowner and the local villagers and the company called I gas?
  3. What policing reason can there be for giving policeman welfare facilities out in the middle of a country area?
  4. What is the overall material cost cost of this welfare facility? Please   include transportation of goods needed on the site for the purposes of police where welfare and list building cost and costs of welfare facilities.
  5. How many police at a time will be using this facility?
  6. Will there be overnight sleeping accommodation provided?
  7. What will the total cost of the daily wages of the police  using this facility expected to be.?
  8. Will there be overnight sleeping accommodation provided?
  9. Are the police paying any ground rent for the welfare facility premises?
  10. How long is it expected that the facility will be kept on this site? 
  11. Who approached the Nottinghamshire police for the provision of this facility?
  12. What has occurred and on what date that should require such a facility at public expense?
  13. Is this a normal procedure?
  14. Was the welfare facility in this position budgeted for and discussed within the annual budget of the Nottinghamshire police?
  15. How many more facilities like this are envisaged?
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Under the FOI Act please can you let me know what software your organisations uses to handle press releases/ media enquiries

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  1. Can you tell me if your police force contributed financially to keep Key Forensic Services from going into administration in January/February of this year?
  2. If the answer to Q1 is yes, can you tell me how much money your police force contributed to the bailout of Key Forensic Services?
  3. If the answer to Q1 is yes, can you tell me from where in your budget this money was taken?
  4. Can you tell me how many open cases Key Forensic Services were processing for your police force as of 31st January 2018?
  5. For the answer to Q4, can you tell me the type of offence being investigated in each case?
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For each question, please state the police ranks of each officer and use the date range January 2010-December 2017.

  • How many officers from your force have been suspended from duty?
  • How many officers from your force have been put on restricted duties pending disciplinary action?
  • How many officers were taken to a misconduct hearing?
  • What was the outcome of each misconduct hearing?
  • If there are any cases in which officers were suspended or put on restricted duties pending disciplinary decisions but did not face a misconduct hearing please state the outcome.
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