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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
Arnold
Nottingham
NG5  6LU

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

 

 FOI Responses 2019
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number
 
Request details

Response 
4792.19

Police Surveillance Technology

1.  As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:

  • body worn video cameras
  • facial recognition
  • hacking
  • IMSI catchers
  • mobile phone extraction
  • predictive policing
  • social media intelligence

2.  If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.

3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?

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4591/19

Police Pension Forfeiture

  1. In each of the past three financial years (2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19), how many times has your PCC applied for a certificate of forfeiture for an officer's pension after they were convicted of a criminal offence?
  2. On how many of these occasions was the certificate a) granted by the Home Secretary and b) rejected by the Home Secretary
  3. In cases where the certificate was not granted, please provide details ie sentence not seemed serious enough
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4299/19

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
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4253/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
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4252/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
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4251/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
View Response

4249/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
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4247/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
View Response

4245/19

Police Surveillance Technology

  1. As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:
    1. body worn video cameras
    2. facial recognition
    3. hacking
    4. IMSI catchers
    5. mobile phone extraction
    6. predictive policing
    7. social media intelligence
  2. If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.
  3.  And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?
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4241/19

Police Surveillance Technology

As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:

  1. body worn video cameras
  2. facial recognition
  3. hacking
  4. IMSI catchers
  5. mobile phone extraction
  6. predictive policing
  7. social media intelligence

If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.

And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?

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4043/19

Police Surveillance Technology

As my elected Police and Crime Commissioner, please can you tell me which, if any, of the following tools and tactics are being used by our local force:

  1. body worn video cameras
  2. facial recognition
  3. hacking
  4. IMSI catchers
  5. mobile phone extraction
  6. predictive policing
  7. social media intelligence

If the police are using any of the above, please let me know what impact assessments have been carried out to make sure their use doesn’t negatively affect people’s rights and freedoms.

And can you guarantee that intrusive police tech will not be used in the future without proper safeguards and public consultation in place to ensure our fundamental rights are protected?

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4039/19

Cost of a Police Report

Would you be willing to provide me the costs as to obtaining a police report after an RTC/Theft or Vandalism.

I would be grateful if you could provide a full breakdown and whether a search fee is applicable. Also your preferred method of payment if applicable.

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2895/19

Common Purpose Graduates

Even though you only have a small amount of staff. Please supply the following:

  1. The ranks/grades of all employees in your organisation who have undertaken Common Purpose courses
  2. You are to clarify how many Directors/Senior Officers are Common Purpose Matrix, Meridian, CSCLeaders, The Streetwise MBA, Future Leader Experiences, Global Leader Experience: Home, 'graduates'. This is to include any courses not mentioned here
  3. The total expenditure by your organisation on Common Purpose courses since its creation together with a copy of the invoice for each Common Purpose course paid for by your organisation.

By 'Common Purpose', I mean the training organisation in that name:  http://www.commonpurpose.org

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2894/19

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Staffing and Costs

I would like to request some data in accordance with the Freedom Of Information Act.  Please could you provide:

  1. The job title for every post in your office.  Please include any joint posts.  If you have appointed a Deputy Commissioner, please include that.
  2. The salary, or if that is unavailable, the pay band, for each of the offices in 1.
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2194/19

Declarable interests and associations

  1. How many officers and civilian staff in your force are connected to or participate in hunting/foxhunting/are members of hunts
  2. Is hunting/foxhunting a declarable interest or association
  3. If any officers and civilian staff in your force are connected to or participate in hunting/foxhunting/are members of hunts, how many are attached to or work on rural crime teams
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2062/19

Information Requested:

  1. The percentage of the police budget allocated to the provision of pensions?
  2. The percentage of the police budget allocated to the total revenue costs for the operation of all police vehicles both operational and status related?
  3. The percentage of the police budget allocated to the capital costs of vehicle replacement?
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1882/19

Train Fares

I realise train fares and accommodation expenses are paid directly by Notts. OPCC 

I notice train fares expenses amounted to £5,901 for 2017/2018.

This averages at £492 per month.

As Mr. Tipping is entitled to a senior rail card which greatly reduces train fares I am surprised at the high cost.

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1502/19

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

Accordingly, please could you send me, the names and contact details, including email address of any/all person(s) who are involved in the decision making-process for the Procurement of Telecoms and IT Hardware and Services for your organisation. (Eg Procurement, IT, Sustainability roles)

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747/19

Performance in Sexual Assault Referral Centres

Please provide all Performance Indicator reports based on Sexual Assault Referral Centre Indicators of Performance in SARCs since the onset of SARCIPs (2017). There should be at least seven documents which have been produced so far collating activity reports from the individual SARCs. SARCs must provide activity reports in line with the SARCs management information stipulated template, Sexual Assault Referral Centres Indicators of Performance (SARCIP) and are reported to you quarterly.

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232/19

I would like to know, since the inception of the Nottinghamshire PCC’S responsibilities how many Nottinghamshire Police officers have been subject to a Pension forfeiture request by the Chief Constable. From that number I would also like to know how many actually resulted in a forfeiture being made.

From that I would like to know the nature of the offending that caused the forfeiture, ie Misconduct in a Public Office, Sexual Offences etc  (not personal details) and if any of these individuals were sentenced to prison. Lastly I would like to know the gender split in relation to those who have had the request made against them and the split on those who have actually had their pension reduced.

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