Information Statistics

2019 Disclosures

Please provide me with:

  1. A) The total number of 999 calls made to your police force in 2018 where 'spider' or 'spiders' was the reason for the call.
  2. B) As much detailed information as possible on the reason for the call.
  3. C) The outcome of the call - eg if police attended or not

 

Click Here to Download Response

 

  • How many reports of domestic abuse made via 999 were received in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  •  How many visits occurred within 15 minutes of the 999 incident being reported in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  • How many visits occurred more than 24 hours after the 999 incident was reported in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  • How many murder investigations has your force launched where the murder was believed to be the result of domestic violence in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  • How many reports of domestic abuse made via 101 were received in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  • How many visits occurred within 15 minutes of the 101 incident being reported in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?
  • How many visits occurred more than 24 hours after the 101 incident was reported in each individual year from 2014 to 2018?

Can you please break this information down by year.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Can you please provide the average response times for 999 calls in the past five years?

Can you please break it down per month for each given year.  

Can you also please break it down by the appropriate grades used for 999 calls by your force, per month for 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014.

 

Click Here to Download Response

For each of the last five full financial years (March 2013- April 2014 to March 201-April 2018) and the eight months from April to December 2018 please provide details of each contract for the private hire or provision otherwise of police officers under Section 25 of the Police Act 1996 ("Provision of Special Services") for which the force received payment.

Specifically:

:: the name or title of the public body, individual, organisation or company that has paid for the officers.
:: The address or location where the officers were deployed and, where available, the nature of the event.
:: The number of officers contracted for.
:: The amount paid and the duration of the contract or agreement.
:: The nature of the duties for which the officers were contracted (eg public order; prevention of anti-social behaviour)

Please note I am not asking for information concerning payments for the policing of large-scale sporting events, such as football matches, or events for which grants are available from other Government funds such as the policing of party political conferences or demonstrations.

 

Click Here to Download Response

• Details of the licensed premises in your force area which have received the highest number of police call-outs between 01/01/2018 and 31/12/2018

Specifically, I am requesting the following:

1. The five licensed premises overall with the highest number of police callouts in 2018 and the number of call-outs linked to the premises.

2. For question 2, an I please receive a summary of each call-out and the number of people arrested in connection with each incident.

3. The five licensed premises classed as pubs with the highest number of police callouts in 2018 and the number of call-outs linked to the premises.

4. For question 3, Can I please receive a summary of each call-out and the number of people arrested in connection with each incident

 

Click Here to Download Response

Q1) What is the name of your Police force?

Q2) How many people were reported missing to your Police force in the following years:

Q3a) How many of those people from Q2 have been found (alive or deceased)?

Q3b) Of those found in Q3a, how many were discovered deceased?

Q4) Of the cases investigated by your force, how many people who went missing between the years 2015 - 2018 - have not been found but have been declared legally dead since?

Q5) How much money did you spend investigating missing people's cases in the financial years;

Q6) How much of your budget was set aside for the sole purpose of investigating missing people's cases in the following financial years? (Please provide a figure and not the percentage.)

Q7) In the year 2018 only, how long did your officers' spend on missing people's cases;

 

Click Here to Download Response

 

 

  1. How many Community Protection Notices or ASBOS (whichever applicable) have been issued by your force since 20/10/2014

I would like the above information broken down by:

  1. year
  2. reason for CPN/ASBO
  3. ethnicity of person issued with CPN/ASBO

  4. age of person issued with CPN/ASBO

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please provide data on the number of times children aged 17 years old and younger were kept overnight in police custody under any circumstances. My definition of overnight is: between midnight and 8am, where an individual has been held in custody for 4 or more hours during this time. .

Q1. How many children aged 17 years and under have spent one or more nights in police custody in 2016?

Q2. Please break the figures in Q1 down by age (e.g. 17 years old – 105 children; 16 years old – 110 children; 15 years old – 74 children etc.)

Q3. Please break the figures in Q1 down by gender (e.g. Male – 402 children; Female – 161 children).

Q4. Please break the figures in Q1 down by ethnicity (e.g. White British – 162 children; White European – 27 children; Black or Black British-African – children; Black or Black British-Caribbean – 12 children; Chinese – 21 children etc.)

Q5. In relation to Q1 please provide details of the longest period one child aged 17 years old or younger was held in police custody.

 

Click Here to Download Response

The information requested is to be drawn anonymously from electronic custody records for all custody suites in your police force area for the months of March and September 2017 – broken down into the custody suites involved.

 

1) Requests for legal advice
a) The total number of detainees during March and September 2017.

b) The total number of detainees during March and September 2017 who requested legal advice.

c) The total number of detainees during March and September 2017 who received legal advice.

d) The total number of detainees aged under 18 years in March and September 2017 who requested legal advice.

e) The total number of detainees aged under 18 years in March and September 2017 who received legal advice.

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) Please state the number of occasions your force detained a person in a police cell under the Mental Health Act in each of the following years:

  1. 2014
  2. 2015
  3. 2016
  4. 2017
  5. 2018
  6. 2019 to 28.01.19.


For each case, please provide:

i) The age and sex of the person detained
ii) The length of time (hours and mins) they were detained
iii) If they were held in a cell overnight

3) Where a person has been held on more than one occasion in a police cell over the period of the request, please provide the number of occasions that person was held.

This could be provided by stating the number of occasions that a person has been held, paired to a unique identifier to represent the person (person 1, person 2 etc.) as this would not reveal any personal data.

3) For incidents in the last six months to 28.01.19, please provide the free text description of the incident held in your recording system

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many requests using the "Right to ask" rules did your force receive in each of the years 2016 2017 and 2018

How many of the requests were granted (global figure)

How many requests came from Males in same sex relationships

How many requests came from females

How many disclosures did your force make under the " Right to know" provisions in each of the years 2016, 2017 and 2018

How many disclosures did you make to males in same sex relationships.

How many disclosures were made to females

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) Since the inception of "Clare's Law," please provide the following information:

The total number of Disclosure Requests by Calendar Year (up to and including 31st January 2019,) by:

Gender,

Age,

Ethnic Origin.

For your ease of reference, please provide the details for the “Person At Risk” i.e. the person for whom the enquiry has been made by directly and/or on behalf of.

2) Since the inception of "Clare's Law," up to and including 31st January 2019, please provide the following information:

The Gender of the person making the enquiry directly on behalf of the “Person At Risk”.

 

Click Here to Download Response

For 2018,

  1. how many people were detained  under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983
  2. how many people were detained under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983 for longer than 36 hours
  3. how many Under 18s were detained  under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983
  4. the age of the youngest person detained under sec 126 of the Mental Health Act 1983

Same or 2017

Same For 2016

 

Click Here to Download Response

What is your forces' policy on using spit guards or hoods. If you do use them - what was the first date of their implementation?

How many times have you recorded spit guards or hoods being used?

  • Please divide the data by the individual's age, gender and ethnicity. If possible, can you also include in how many cases the individual had either known, or suspected, mental health problems?

If this is possible, please include the full list of complaints made against the police involving the use of spit hoods (including details).

 

Click Below to Download Responses:

- Record 1

- Record 2

  1. What was the average response time (Grade 1-4) for 999 calls in the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18.
  2. How many 999 calls were received (Grade 1-4) in the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18
  3. Is there a target time for officers to respond to the highest priority calls (Grade 1/ P1)? If so please specify what this is.
  4. How many of the highest priority calls (Grade 1/P1) had a response time exceeding 12 minutes for the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18
  5. How many of the highest priority calls (Grade 1/P1) had a response time exceeding 15 minutes for the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18
  6. How many of the highest priority calls (Grade 1/P1) had a response time exceeding 30 minutes for the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18
  7. How many of the highest priority calls (Grade 1/P1) had a response time exceeding 60 minutes for the following years: 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/15, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18

Note: by “response time” I mean the time from a 999 call being made to an officer attending.

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. The number of incidents you have responded to where "YouTube", "You Tube" or "utube" was mentioned on the callout record as part of the incident, in each calendar year from 1st January 2017 to 31st December 2018 inclusive, broken down by calendar year (ie. a single number for the whole of 2017, and a single number for the whole of 2018).

This request is for updated statistics from a request also made by me on 9th December 2017; it may help you complete the request to replicate any methods used in the fulfilment of that request. 

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like to find out the number of missing persons reported to the police in Dorset between the 1st January 2018 to the 31st December 2018. I also would like to know the number of times the missing person has been found within the same timescale.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Would you please provide the following information for the year 1 January 2018 – 31 December 2018.

You may find it helpful to obtain a copy of the most recent list of children’s homes addresses in your area which are sent regularly by Ofsted to each force’s Chief Constable (please contact your Chief Constable’s Staff Officer to obtain a copy of this list):

Q1: The total number of times the police were called out to residential children’s homes in the area covered by your police force.

Q2: If possible, please break down these figures by home:

NB we understand that you are not able to disclose the names or locations of homes.

Q3: If possible, please break the figures down by reason for call-out:

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like a list of all purchases of vehicles by Dorset Police since 24 June 2016 and for these to be broken down by manufacturer and vehicle type.

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) What percentage of your police officer's time is spent dealing with incidents that involve people with mental health problems?

2) Does your force have a dedicated mental health triage mobile street team?
If yes, how many people are in the team and what hours of cover are provided?

3) Does your force have dedicated mental health triage team in it's control room to support staff on the ground via telephone or radio?
If yes, how many people are in the team and what hours of cover are provided?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) For 999 calls categorised as grade/tier 1 ‘emergency’ calls (or equivalent) what was your annual:

  1. a) Average response time
  2. b) Longest response time
  3. c) Target response time
  4. d) Total number of calls
  5. e) Total number of abandoned calls

NB: Please provide the data in calendar years from 2010 up to the end of 2018.

2) For 999 calls categorised as grade/tier 2 ‘priority’ calls (or equivalent) what was your annual:

  1. a) Average response time
  2. b) Longest response time
  3. c) Target response time
  4. d) Total number of calls
  5. e) Total number of abandoned calls

NB: Please provide the data in calendar years from 2010 up to the end of 2018.

3) For 999 calls categorised as grade/tier 3 ‘standard’ calls (or equivalent) what was your annual:

  1. a) Average response time
  2. b) Longest response time
  3. c) Target response time
  4. d) Total number of calls
  5. e) Total number of abandoned calls

NB: Please provide the data in calendar years from 2010 up to the end of 2018.

 

Click Here to Download Response

This request refers to the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme - also known as "Clare’s Law"

  1. The number of requests for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2016?
  2. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2016?
  3. The number of requests for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2017?
  4. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2017?
  5. The number of requests for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2018?
  6. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to know’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2018?

 

  1. The number of requests for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2016?
  2. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2016?
  3. The number of requests for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2017?
  4. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2017?
  5. The number of requests for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, recorded by your force in 2018?
  6. The number of disclosures made for ‘right to ask’ under Claire’s Law, by your force in 2018?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) As of the 1st January for each calendar year from 2010 to 2019; how many operational vehicles did the force have in its fleet?

2) As of the 1st January for each calendar year from 2010 to 2019; how many operational vehicles equipped with blue lights and sirens for emergency responses did the force have in its fleet?

 

Click Here to Download Response

i) The number of calls for officers to attend  where “mental health” was flagged and/or cited as a factor in  the call in the 12 months to 1st September 2018.

ii) The number of recorded cases where section 136 of the Mental Health Act was used to detain a member of the public in the 12 months to 1st September 2018.

iii) Number of police officers attending each recorded incident if that number is held and in an easily retrievable format for question ii.

 

Click Here to Download Response

I request the following information for the years 2013 to 2018 inclusive as well as the most up-to-date records for 2019:

- The number of stop and searches police officers recorded

o A breakdown of gender, age, race/ethnicity

o An inventory of items found and confiscated

- The number of arrests resulting from a stop and search

o A list of offences for arrest

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many collisions were there involving police motor vehicles (both injury and non-injury) each year for the last three years?

 

Click Here to Download Response

The information requested is to be drawn anonymously from electronic custody records for all custody suites in your police force area for the months of March and September 2017 – broken down into the custody suites involved.
Average time of detention
Average time of detention is to be based on the first detention period only – from the time detention was authorised to the time the detainee was released by the police:
a) The average length of detention for all detainees held during March and September 2017.

b) The average length of detention for detainees aged 18 years and above held during March and September 2017.

c) The average length of detention for detainees aged under 18 years held during March and September 2017.

 

Click Here to Download Response

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many incidents were flagged as mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many calls were flagged as mental health related or subsequently became mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many calls did you take overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many incidents did you deal with overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

Do you/did you have a triage vehicle/s designated to deal with mental health incidents in these years?

If the answer was yes to the above question, how many times was the triage vehicle called out each year?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1a) What is your annual vehicle rental spend (£)?

1b) Can you provide your annual vehicle rental spend broken down into the Car, Van (up to 3.5t) and Minibus rentals?

1c) Do you have any vehicle rental spend outside the UK, if so how much (volume & value) and which countries?

2) How many vehicles do you rent per annum across the following vehicle groups

 a) Car b) Van (up to 3.5t)  c) Minibuses

3a) Who is your vehicle rental provider/s for

 a) Car b) Van (up to 3.5t) c) Minibuses

3b) If you are in contract with a rental provider for any of the above vehicle groups, please can you specify:

Which vehicle rental provider/s are you in contract with?

The start & end date of the contract/s?

Do you have any extension options on the vehicle rental contract/s?

Did you use a framework to procure your vehicle rental contract, if so which framework/s?

4a) Do you use the services of a Car Club/Car Sharing service?

4b) Are you in contract/partnership with any company in relation to a car club service, if so who? (if applicable)

4c) What is your annual spend in relation to a Car Club Scheme (if applicable)

 

Click Here to Download Response

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many incidents were flagged as mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many calls were flagged as mental health related or subsequently became mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many 999 calls were flagged as mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many 999 calls did you take overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many 101 calls were flagged as mental health related?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many 101 calls did you take overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many calls did you take overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

How many incidents did you deal with overall?

In each year 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018:

Do you/did you have a triage vehicle/s designated to deal with mental health incidents in these years?

If the answer was yes to the above question, how many times was the triage vehicle called out each year?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. How many DNA profiling cases are currently waiting to be processed?
  2. How many Scenes of Crime DNA samples are currently waiting to be processed?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the hi-tech crime unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 3 months?
  2. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the hi-tech crime unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 12 months?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. how many people had a police cell designated as their place of safety under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983
  2. how many people had a police cell designated as their place of safety under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983 for longer than 36 hours
  3. how many Under 18s had a police cell designated as their place of safety under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983
  4. the age of the youngest person to have a police cell designated as their place of safety under sec 136 of the Mental Health Act 1983

 

For 2018,

Same or 2017

Same For 2016

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please details of every officer/Staff/PCSO/Special who received a Chief Constable's Commendation in the year 2018 and a description what they did to receive that commendation

Summary Totals for 2018

 

Click Here to Download Response

1. Please state the number of 999 calls received by your force’s control room. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

2. Please state the number of 101 calls received by your force’s control room. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

3. Please state the waiting time targets for your force for
a) 999 calls
and
b) 101 calls

4. Please state the number of 999 calls that breached your force’s waiting time targets. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

5. Please state the number of 101 calls that breached your force’s waiting time targets. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

6. Please state the number of 999 calls that were dropped or abandoned by your force’s control room before they could be answered. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

7. Please state the number of 101 calls that were dropped or abandoned by your force’s control room before they could be answered. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

8. Please state the number of 999 calls to your force’s control room that were first graded as emergency incidents i.e. Grade 1/I. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

9. Please state the number of 101 calls to your force’s control room that were first graded as emergency incidents i.e. Grade 1/I Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 3 years (1st April 2016 to 31st March 2019).

10. a) Please state how many vehicle-related incident automated eCall alerts were received by your force. Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 12 months (1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019).
b) How many of the eCalls turned out to be false alarms? Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and provide data from the last 12 months (1st April 2018 to 31st March 2019).

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. In terms of digital forensic cases, which unit/s examines mobile phones?
  2. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the digital forensics unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 3 months?
  3. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the digital forensics unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 6 months?
  4. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the digital forensics unit for analysis, how many cases are currently waiting?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please can you inform on how to request for a custody photo to be deleted from Dorset Police records when no charges have been bought against an individual.

 

Click Here to Download Response

For the period 1st January 2019 to 31st March 2019 can you please tell me how many drone/UAV related calls have been received by Dorset Police, with a breakdown of the nature of the call, any action taken, and the month the call was received.

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. How many abnormal load notifications were received between 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019?
  2. How many AIL police escorts were undertaken between 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2019?
  3. What is the total invoiced amount for these escorts?
  4. What is the total amount which remains unpaid for the escorts?
  5. Out of the total amount unpaid how much has been ‘written off’ as bad debt?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) Please can you tell me how many missing persons’ cases in your police force area were initially assigned the following risk levels: no apparent risk (Absent), low risk, medium risk, high risk each in the calendar years;
a. 2017
b. 2018
2) Please can you breakdown the information identified in the answers to Question 1 by gender of the individuals
3) Please can you further breakdown the information identified in the answers to Question 2 by whether the individual was a child or an adult (under 18 or 18 and over)

4) Please can you further breakdown the information identified in the answers to Question 3 by the ethnicity of the individuals

5) Please can you further breakdown the information identified in the answers to Question 4 by the outcomes of the cases

 

Click Here to Download Response

We have been informed that the police hold and/or have access to a database of referrals made under the Prevent programme. We request the following information:

  1. Does your force hold a Prevent database?
  2. Do you have access to a centrally held Prevent database?
  3. If yes to question 2 who is the data controller?
  4. What rank of officer can access the Prevent database ( either held by your force or centrally)?
  5. Do any other organisations, government agencies or public bodies have access to any Prevent database or can they request data from it via your force?
  6. Are you able to add individuals to the database?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please conduct a search of incident reports and provide me with the number of incidents that include the following terms. Please perform each search separately, and provide me with the number of times each term was referenced in each of the past three calendar years (2016, 2017 and 2018).

AirBnB

Uber

Amazon

Deliveroo

For example:

2016: Uber (49 times), Amazon (31 times)

2017: Uber (23 times), Amazon (54 times)

I would also like a copy of the log of each incident, in as much detail as possible, explaining the complaint, where it took place, the nature of the allegation and the ultimate outcome of the complaint.

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like to request the following information:

- Between January 1 and May 22 2019, how many Notices of Intended Prosecution for motoring offences were issued more than 14 days after the date of the original offence?

- Between January 1 and May 22 2019, how many complaints did the force receive from recipients of a Notice of Intended Prosecution for an alleged motoring offence(/s) because, it was claimed, the notice had arrived more than 14 days after the date of the offence in question?

- Between January 1 and December 31 2018, how many Notices of Intended Prosecution for motoring offences were issued more than 14 days after the date of the original of the offence?

- Between January 1 and December 31 2018, how many complaints did the force receive from recipients of a Notice of Intended Prosecution for an alleged motoring offence(/s) because, it was claimed, the notice had arrived more than 14 days after the date of the offence in question?

 

Click Here to Download Response

The number of incidents relating to Airbnb from 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19

Where the incidents were classed as crimes, what was the nature of the crime?

What was the outcome of the investigation - did charges result?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please provide me with the number of 999 calls and 101 calls made to you in each of the past three complete calendar years.

For each year please provide me with the average (mean) waiting time before each type of call was answered.

Please also provide me with the longest waiting time before each type of call was answered, and the number of calls that exceeded one minute waiting time on hold.

 

Click Here to Download Response

 

Could you please tell me how many noise complaints you have dealt with each November since 2015 with regards to fireworks or bonfire night celebrations?

Could you furthermore tell me how many injuries or incidents you have recorded with regards to fireworks or bonfire night each November since 2015?

 

Click Here to Download Response

This is a Freedom of Information Request related to Non-Molestation Orders under section 42 of the Family Law Act 1996. Please provide the following information:

1) The number of current, un-expired, Non-Molestation Orders under section 4 you have registered in your police force.

2) The number of Non-Molestation Orders in 1) where the order has been made against a male.

3) The number of Non-Molestation Orders in 2) where you have evidence the order has been served on the person against whom the order was made.

4) In the most recent full year (calendar year or otherwise) for which you have records please indicate how many reports of breach of a Non-Molestation Order which were made to your police force.

5) For the reports of a breach of a non-molestation order in 4) please indicate the number of occasions an offender was charged with an offense under section 42A of the Family Law Act 1996.

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like to request the following information:

* total number of sudden deaths recorded by your force for each financial year since 2009

* total number of forensic post-mortems carried out by Home Office Registered Forensic Pathologists for your force in each financial year since 2009

 

Click Here to Download Response

The information requested is to be drawn anonymously from electronic custody records for all custody suites in your police force area for the months of March and September 2017 and for March and September 2018 – broken down into the custody suites involved.

1) Age of young detainees and requests for legal advice
a) The total number of detainees aged 10 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
b) The total number of detainees aged 10 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
c) The total number of detainees aged 11 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
d) The total number of detainees aged 11 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
e) The total number of detainees aged 12 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
f) The total number of detainees aged 12 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
g) The total number of detainees aged 13 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
h) The total number of detainees aged 13 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
i) The total number of detainees aged 14 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
j) The total number of detainees aged 14 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
k) The total number of detainees aged 15 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
l) The total number of detainees aged 15 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
m) The total number of detainees aged 16 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.
n) The total number of detainees aged 16 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
o) The total number of detainees aged 17 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018.
p) The total number of detainees aged 17 years of age during March and September 2017 and March and September 2018 who requested legal advice.

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many Police Information Notices (PIN) have you issued each calendar year for the past five years (Jan 2014 - Dec 2018). These figures should be broken down and listed under each individual police station covered by the Dorset Police.

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many children (under 18) were reported missing to police in:
a) 2017/18

b) 2018/19

How many of those reported missing in 2017/18 were 'looked after children'?

How many of those reported missing in 2018/19 were 'looked after children'?
In 2018/19 how much police time was spent on looked after children reported missing?

 

Click Here to Download Response

The number of incidents officers have responded to where the initial incident detail includes the word "crossbow" or "cross bow".

Please provide a breakdown stating the month of each incident, a summary of the initial report any crimes recorded (specifying the type of offence).

I would like this information for each of the financial years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19

 

Click Here to Download Response

For each of the Financial Years 2009/2010 until 2018/2019 could you please tell me the TOTAL number of 999 and 101 calls received by your Force. I do not require them to be broken down in any way, just a simple total number for each type per year will be sufficient.

 

Click Here to Download Response

In the year ending 31 March 2018 in your police force area:

  1. What was the total number of stop and searches for all reasons, where a more thorough search occurred (PACE code A 3.6), by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender and age?
  2. What was the total number of stop and searches for drugs (section 1 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and section 23(2) Misuse of Drugs Act 1971), where a more thorough search occurred (PACE code A 3.6), by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender and age?
  3. What was the total number of stop and searches for all reasons, where a search involved exposure of intimate parts of the body (PACE Code A 3.7), by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender and age?
  4. What was the total number of stop and searches for drugs (section 1 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and section 23(2) Misuse of Drugs Act 1971), where a search involved exposure of intimate parts of the body (PACE Code A 3.7), by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender and age?

 

Click Here to Download Response

For the period 1st April 2019 to 30th June 2019 can you please tell me how many drone/UAV related calls per month have been received by Dorset Police, with a breakdown of the specific nature of each call.
Also, for 2018 and the period 1st January to 30th June 2019 can you please tell me how many people have been cautioned and how many charged for violations of the Air Navigation Order rules 94, 95 and 241.

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like your force to kindly search your database for all 'opening codes' of sudden deaths and provide a total number of such cases for each financial year from 2009 to date – ideally to include all suspicious and unexplained deaths.

In addition, if you are able, I would ask you to provide a breakdown for suspicious and unexplained deaths recorded by your force for each financial year from 2009 to date.

I would ask that you search your data bases under the relevant opening codes for such deaths, as to search under the closing code - as some forces have done - automatically excludes the cases I was trying to capture.

 

Click Here to Download Response

For the calendar year 2017 how many times was a CED (taser) discharged by an officer in relation to the offender having possession of a weapon?

For the calendar year 2018 how many times was a CED (taser) discharged by an officer in relation to the offender having possession of a weapon?

For the period 1st January - 1st July 2019, how many times was a CED (taser) discharged by an officer in relation to the offender having possession of a weapon?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) In the past five financial years (2018/2019, 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016, 2014/2015) how many times has the police force used mental health qualifiers on your system to flag mental health incidents? Can I please have a figure for each financial year?
2) How many times in the past five financial years (2018/2019, 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016, 2014/2015) has the force been called to a mental health incident? Can I please have a figure for each financial year?

For Question 1 I’d like to know the number of incidents that have been flagged as being Mental Health incidents.

For Question 2 I’d like to know out of those numbers, how many were attended by police.
For both questions I’d still like a figure for each financial year (2018/2019, 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016, 2014/2015).

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please could you let me know the number of incidents logged in 2018 where the call related to the words "ghost" or "ghosts"? Please could you let me know the number of incidents logged in 2017 where the call related to the words "ghost" or "ghosts"?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Number of people reported missing in Dorset in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and between January and July 2019.

Number of people found alive after having been reported missing in Dorset in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and between January and July 2019.

Number of reported missing people who were found dead in Dorset in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and between January and July 2019.

Number of outstanding missing people in Dorset (ie open investigations because they have not been found)? How long does it take to trigger a search for a missing person after the call is made to police?

Who decides how urgent a case is when a person goes missing?

At what stage is the urgency of a missing person case reviewed and who undertakes the review?
Who makes the decision to involve independent search groups and other agencies like the coastguard?

On average, how much money is spent on searching for missing people by Dorset Constabulary?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. Does your Force have a process or policy by which it considers whether a Prevent referral should be added or not or is every Prevent referral automatically added
  2. If there is a process or policy for deciding to add a referral to the database, what is it
  3. Is an individual notified that they will be or have been added to the central database and how that data will be processed?
  4. Is an individual entitled to challenge the decision to add them to the database?
  5. If yes to 4, how are they able to do so?
  6. What data does your Force provide to be stored on the central database? Is it
  7. Only the fact of the referral
  8. The fact of the referral and reasons for the referral
  9. The fact of the referral, the reasons for the referral and other information?
  10. Is the fact of the referral and/or its inclusion on the central database also placed on the PNC?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please could provide the following information for the calendar years 2016, 2017, 2018 and for the period 1st January 2019 to 15th July 2019:
1) The number of reported incidents involving electric scooters (i.e. the term “electric scooter”, “e-scooter”, “Segway”, “hoverboard” or “self-balancing scooter” is mentioned in the MO field of an incident report)
2) If it is within the time/cost limit set by the FOI Act, a brief description of each reported incident listed in your answer to question 1.

 

Click Here to Download Response

  • In the calendar year 2019 so far (from 1 January 2019 until today’s date 18 July 2019) please provide:
  1. How many children (aged under 18) were held in police custody under s136 of the Mental Health Act
  2. For each, please provide a breakdown, giving their gender, age and the length of time they were held in custody (in hours and minutes if known)
  1. a) and b) The same for calendar year 2018
  2. a) and b) The same for calendar year 2017

 

Click Here to Download Response

Breakdown of gadgets e.g. laptops, tablet computers, phones or Police equipment reported lost or stolen to your organisation over the last three financial years. FY 16-17, FY 17-18 and FY 18-19.

Please note this is gadgets reported by Police staff e.g. officers or office teams.
 
Please break detail down by financial year and device e.g.

FY 17-18
Laptops - 6 reported stolen
Radio - 2 reported missing

 

Click Here to Download Response

The number of recorded instances where police officers have attended an illegal land incursion in each of the last three years?

The number of recorded instances where police have used the powers contained within Section 61, Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 in each of the last three years?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. In each of the last three financial years, the number of times somebody was detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act
  2. In each of the last three financial years, the number of times authorisation was provided for a police officer to convey an individual detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act to an Accident and Emergency Department?
  3. In each of the last three financial years, the number of times authorisation was provided for a police officer to convey an individual detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act to a Section 136 Suite?
  4. In each of the last three financial years, the average time awaiting medical clearance or treatment for somebody detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act?
  5. In each of the last three financial years, the average handover time between an individual being detained under Section 136 of the Mental Health Act being medically cleared and their arrival at a Section 136 Suite when a suite was a) available, b) unavailable?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Can you please state how many times officers used a Taser in the past five years?

Can you please break this down for each calendar year? So for clarity, I am looking for separate figures for 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014.

For each calendar year, or financial year if that is how the force records its data, please state how many times the Taser was:

- Drawn
- Aimed
- Red dotted
- Arced
- Fired
- Drive stun
- Angled drive stun


For each of these categories in each calendar year, please state how many times the "IMPACT FACTOR" was "POSSESSION OF A WEAPON". If you are able to provide breakdowns, including weapon type, please do so.

If applicable, please state how many officers within the force are trained to use a Taser.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please provide data for the last three years split into year calendar year. Please split the children into Male and Female.

  1. How many missing children have been found when a warrant for drugs is executed?
  2. What are the age ranges of the children found on these warrants?
  3. Which counties were the found missing children missing from?

 

Click Here to Download Response

May you please provide the following:
- The number of 999 calls that the force received per year within the financial years  2019/18, 2018/17 and 2017/2016

- The number of 999 calls that were unanswered per year between the financial years - 2019/18, 2018/17 and 2017/2016

- The number of 101 calls that the force received per year within the financial years  2019/18, 2018/17 and 2017/2016

- The number of 101 calls that were unanswered per year between the financial years - 2019/18, 2018/17 and 2017/2016

For clarity:
- By unanswered, I am referring to 999/101 calls whereby the caller did not receive a reply at all or was hung up on or disconnected before they got through to a response team

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many cases of missing people were recorded between 2009 - 2019?

If the data does not stretch back that far, please share results from when they are available. Please break down the figures in an excel file that lists results by month and year.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please tell me the number of Unexplained Wealth Orders made in Dorset over the past three years (2016/2017/2018) and 2019 if you have any stats from this time. (If you record in financial years instead, that's fine as an alternative.) Please may I also have (if allowed) the amount recovered either from individuals or collectively. And also, briefly, the reasons which prompted the request for the orders eg drugs, fraud, etc

 

Click Here to Download Response

For each year since 2013, including 2019 so far if possible, please provide details of:

  1. How many missing persons cases have been investigated in each year
  2. How many of those missing persons are under the age of 16 (per year)?
  1. How many missing persons Investigations have been closed unsuccessfully over the last five years?
  2. How many of these cases are still active?
  3. How many of these resulted in the missing person being a victim of murder/homicide?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Would you kindly provide me with the following information regarding company cars/vehicles that your constabulary have.

  • Name of fleet or transport manager
  • How many vehicles do you have on your fleet and the composition (number of cars, vans, HGVs and specialist vehicles)
  • Do you own a repair workshop (or use an adjacent one owned by a local authority)
  • Do you run electric vehicles (if so is this car/vans or HGV’s)

 

Click Here to Download Response

Under the FOI can you please supply me with the total number of 999 calls you received into your constabulary for the calendar year 2018 please? To save you some time collating, I don't require further information pertaining to 101 calls or abandon rates, just after the total calls for the year.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Please could you tell me the number of “Threat to Life” warning notices (also known as “Osman letters”) that have been issued in:

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

 

Click Here to Download Response

I am looking for a record of calls made to this police force in the last 5 years.
I would like the amount of calls made that are directly in relation to nightmares, ghosts, poltergeists, aliens, supernatural beings, monsters, bad dreams, vampires, or spirits.
Could I have info on any call in relation to the above topics, the area the call was made, when it was made, and any details taken about that call.

 

Click Here to Download Response

As part of ongoing data sharing protocols, incidents stored either on a log or the Force Crime System (FCS) relating to slavery and human trafficking are shared with the Home Office for reporting purposes.
Please provide the number of incident reports logged by your constabulary under the following opening codes between the periods of 1 June 2019 and September 31 2019.
N200/01 - NRM referral pending reasonable grounds decision
N200/02 – NRM referral negative reasonable grounds decision
N200/03 – NRM referral - Duty to notify only
N200/04 – NRM referral – Positive reasonable Grounds/Police Referral – Outside England and Wales
N200/05 – NRM referral – Negative reasonable Grounds – Outside England/Wales
N200/06 –NRM referral – transferred to another force in England and Wales
Please note that logged incidents should not be omitted on the basis of their eventual recording status. This request is for incident reports that fit the above criteria, which may or may not eventually be recorded.

 

Click Here to Download Response

For 2018 and 2019 please state:
Total number of 101 calls received by the force  

  • Average wait time for a call hander to answer a call to 101  
  • Longest wait time for a call hander to answer a call to 101  
  • Number of calls to 101 which were abandoned 

 

Click Here to Download Response

Could you please provide the following information for 1 January 2018 to
31 December 2018 and separately for 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2017?

  1. How many requests have been made to your force under the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS) otherwise known as "Clare's Law”?
  2. Can you please provide the information broken down by the gender of the person making the request (female, male, other, unknown), and show the overall total number of requests for each year?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. How many pure electric / hybrid / hydrogen powered vehicles are currently in your force’s fleet?
  2. What are the makes and models eg BMW i3, Nissan Leaf etc.
  3. How much money has been spent on them?
  4. What tasks are these vehicles currently used for eg diary appointments, CSI visits, pool cars etc.
  5. Are any of them used for emergency response or pursuits?
  6. Please give details of any plans you have to procure more in the near future

 

Click Here to Download Response

The number of British minors that Dorset Police referred to the National Referral Mechanism as potential victims of trafficking following, or in association with, 'county lines' investigations within the first half of 2019 (1 January 2019-31 May 2019)

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. What number and proportion of requests for pre-charge detention in police custody were refused in the last quarter/year?
  2. For last year please provide:
  3. Total number of adults held in detention
  4. Outcome rate
  5. Number given pre-charge bail
  6. Number given RUI
  7. Average length of detention
  8. Please provide the number of adults detained in police custody on court warrant last year, broken down by reason for warrant (FTA, non payment of fine, etc) and how this has changed over time
  9. Please provide a breakdown of adults charged at the police station by number remanded in police custody vs number bailed until court
  10. For those adults appearing in court from remand in police custody, how many go on to be granted bail the court?

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. How much money did your police force spend on body-worn cameras (BWC) in 2017/2018 or 2018, depending on how the annual period is being counted. 
  2. How much money did your police force spend on body-worn cameras (BWC) in 2013/2014 or 2014, depending on how the annual period is being counted. 
  3. How much money did your police force spend on body-worn cameras (BWC) between the annual period of 2013/2014 (or 2014) and 2017/2018 (or 2018) - depending on how the annual period is being accounted for.
  4. How many formal complaints directly concerning body-worn cameras did your police force receive from the public (recorded for the last available annual period)?
  1. If so, how many people were detained on the basis of body-worn cameras for the last available annual period (best for 2017 or 2017/2018, depending on how it is counted). 

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. What is the average response time to 101 calls over the most recent period available? (Ideally provide a 12 month average if possible, otherwise the average over any other period for which figures are available. If average figures are not available, please provide available raw data which will allow an average to be calculated by me.)
  2. What are (i) the longest; and, (ii) the shortest response times to 101 calls that you have on record in the period for which data is provided?
  3. What is the proportion of callers to 101 who hang up before the call is answered, if data is available?

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) How many vehicles do you currently own or lease broken down by;
a)  Fuel type

b) European Emissions Standard E.g. Euro 6 diesel?

 

Click Here to Download Response

a) the total number of public demonstrations (rallies, riots, protests and marches) of which you have formally been made aware
b) figures relating to the above from January 1st 2019
c) or, where possible, from January 1st 2018

 

Click Here to Download Response

As part of ongoing data sharing protocols, incidents stored either on a log or the Force Crime System (FCS) relating to slavery and human trafficking are shared with the Home Office for reporting purposes.
Please provide the number of incident reports logged by your constabulary under the following opening codes between the periods of 1 June 2019 and September 31 2019.
N200/01 - NRM referral pending reasonable grounds decision
N200/02 – NRM referral negative reasonable grounds decision
N200/03 – NRM referral - Duty to notify only
N200/04 – NRM referral – Positive reasonable Grounds/Police Referral – Outside England and Wales
N200/05 – NRM referral – Negative reasonable Grounds – Outside England/Wales
N200/06 –NRM referral – transferred to another force in England and Wales
Please note that logged incidents should not be omitted on the basis of their eventual recording status. This request is for incident reports that fit the above criteria, which may or may not eventually be recorded.

 

Click Here to Download Response

1, How many times has a Taser been discharged in Dorset in 2019. And if discharged has the offenders relatives the right to see the officers report so they can consider a private prosecution or is that document only available to solicitors and barrister who may represent the person tasered ?

2, How many Probationary Officers have faced a Regulation 13 for Dorset in 2019 within an APS action plan and Training Sergeant.?

3, Has a PCSO got access to PNC, CJS and CRO. ?

 

Click Here to Download Response

I'd like details of all Section 60 'stop and search' orders made by your force over the past five years (from 1st November 2014 to 31st October 2019.)

For each order can you include:

  1. The date, time and duration.
  2. The geographical area the order covered.
  3. The number of people searched under the order.
  4. The number of arrests resulting from it.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Does your police force use spit hoods on suspects?

If yes -
Does your force use them only on suspects in custody or also in public places?

How many times has your force used a spit hood every month from January 2016 to November 2019? For each time a spit hood was used, can you please highlight whether it was used in custody or in public? For each time a spit hood was used, can you please share the age of the person the spit hood was used on?

If it fits within the time and cost limits can you also please answer the questions below:
For each time a spit hood was used, can you please highlight how many times a person was injured as a result of it being used?

For each time a spit hood was used, can you please highlight whether it was used on a person judged to have a mental illness.

 

Click Here to Download Response

 

 

 

 

I would like to know the number of hoax phone calls received by Dorset Police Constabulary in 2018 and whether there are any predicted stats for 2019?

As a result of these hoax calls, how much of Dorset Police Constabulary’s time and money is wasted?

Is it possible when looking out the above to show peak times in which hoax calls were made in 2018, and does this follow any patterns set in previous five years (2013-2017)?

 

Click Here to Download Response

Question:
How many non-crime hate incidents have been recorded by your force in each year from 2014 to 2019 inclusive?
Context:
I understand non-crime hate incidents are recorded through the ‘Hate Crime Operational Guidance (HCOG)’ issued by the College of Policing.
According to the guidance, a non-crime hate incident is an incident which is perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards one of the following: disability; race; religion; transgender identity and sexual orientation.

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many people have been identified by Dorset Police as victims of cuckooing for the following years: 2017, 2018, and so far in 2019.

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like to know how many reported incidents or offences there were in Dorset regarding nuisance/suspicious/antisocial drone activity between April 2018 and March 2019.

 

Click Here to Download Response

In the years 2017 2018 and to date in 2019 how many suspects have been in police vehicles which have had to have the roof removed by the other emergency services eg fire service or on the advice of Ambulance service or any other person with the authority to make that decision

 

Click Here to Download Response

‘In 2017 (full year), 2018 (full year) and 2019 (to September):

  • how many incidents at a Co-op* store have been reported to Dorset Police?
  • how many times have Dorset Police attended in person to an incident reported to them at a Co-op* store?
  • how many people have been charged to court having committed an offence at a Co-op* store?

 * Co-op, Coop, Co-op Group, Co-operative, Co-operative Group’

 

Click Here to Download Response

For each of the individual 12 months from April 2018 to March 2019 inclusive:
1. The total number of authorised detentions of adult suspects (aged 18 or over)
2. The total number of authorised detentions of adult suspects (aged 18 or over) in which the need for an appropriate adult (under PACE Code C) was recorded.
3. The total number of voluntary interviews of adult suspects (aged 18 or over)
4. The total number of voluntary interviews of adult  suspects (aged 18 or over), in which the need for an appropriate adult (under PACE Code C) was recorded.

 

Click Here to Download Response

In the year ending 31 March 2019 in your police force area:

  1. What was the total number of stop and searches for all reasons, where a more thorough search occurred (PACE code A 3.6)? Please provide data sorted by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender, age and outcome of search.
    What was the total number of stop and searches for all reasons, where a search involved exposure of intimate parts of the body (PACE Code A 3.7)? Please provide data sorted by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender, age and outcome of search.
  2. What was the total number of stop and searches for drugs (section 1 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and section 23(2) Misuse of Drugs Act 1971), where a more thorough search occurred (PACE code A 3.6)? Please provide data sorted by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender, age and outcome of search.
  1. What was the total number of stop and searches for drugs (section 1 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and section 23(2) Misuse of Drugs Act 1971), where a search involved exposure of intimate parts of the body (PACE Code A 3.7)? Please provide data sorted by (self-defined) ethnic group, gender, age and outcome of search.

 

Click Here to Download Response

1) What is the email address of the person in your organisation who is responsible for the management of Subject Access Requests / DPA Requests?

2) What percentage of Subject Access Requests have been responded to on time since 25th May 2018? If you do know have this figure please provide a figure for what you do have.

3) On average how many SAR/DPA requests does your authority receive in a month?

4) How many SAR officers are employed by your organisation who work on Subject Access Requests?

 5) What is the generic email address of the team which deals with SARs / DPA requests within your organisation?

6) How many overdue Subject Access Requests do you currently have?

 

Click Here to Download Response

How many incidents where mental health was a factor have been recorded from 01/01/19- 11/12/19?

 

Click Here to Download Response

I would like to know what percentage of all reported incidents between April 2018 and March 2019 related to suspicious/antisocial/nuisance drone activity?

 

Click Here to Download Response

2020 Disclosures

For the period 1st July 2019 to 31st December 2019 can you please tell me how many drone/UAV related calls per month have been received by the Dorset Police, with a breakdown of the specific nature of each call.

Also, for the same period 1st July 2019 to 31st December 2019 can you please tell me how many people have been cautioned and how many charged for violations of the Air Navigation Order rules 94, 95 and 241 involving drones. If possible I would like to know if in the first month of operation of the drone registration scheme (December 2019) under ANO 94D any drone operator was fined for failing to register, or under 94F any drone pilot was fined for not obtaining the necessary competency acknowledgement from the CAA.

 

Click Here to Download Response

  1. Annual totals of NRM referrals made to your force in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
  2. Of the total annual referrals, the number of a) men; b) women.
  1. the number of children under 18 years-of-age.

 

Click Here to Download Response

Police Stations containing custody areas. Both Staffed and reserve locations Number of cells and detention rooms at each location Front Counter opening hours Direct contact information for the front desk or custody suite contact person.
Any stations closed since 2010

 

Click Here to Download Response

1: A yearly breakdown from 1st January 2015 to 31st December 2019 of the number of times police have attended an ‘unauthorised encampment’.

2: A yearly breakdown from 1st January 2015 to 31st December 2019 of the number of times police have used section 61 of Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 to direct travellers to leave an ‘unauthorised encampment’.

3: A yearly breakdown from 1st January 2015 to 31st December 2019 of the number of times police have used section 62 of Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 to evict travellers from an ‘unauthorised encampment’.

 

Click Here to Download Response

1. The number and type of drug toxicology tests requested by forensic service provider, by month for the last 5 years
2. Conviction rates from said test results, by type of conviction, by month for the last 5 years.

Clarification:
- This means those requested by SWF or the police authority
- All FSPs please
- It does mean all cases if possible. What is requested and if different tests are conducted by the FSP (which would be with authorisation?) then those as well
- Yes all toxicology please

 

Click Here to Download Response

From January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, how many incidents were reported/recorded involving the following:

Dogs chasing/worrying sheep

Dogs attacking/injuring sheep

Dogs killing sheep

 

Click Here to Download Response

The number of callouts to the following addresses:

BPAS Bournemouth, 23-25 Ophir Rd, Bournemouth BH8 8LS
Marie Stopes International Poole Early Medical Unit  Poole Town Surgery, 36 Parkstone Rd, Poole BH15 2PG
BPAS Dorchester, Dorchester Contraception and Sexual Health Centre, 20 Trinity St , Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1TU
Marie Stopes International Bournemouth Early Medical Unit, Boscombe & Springbourne Health Centre, 68 Palmerston Rd, Bournemouth BH1 4HW

During the following dates:

2019
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - Sunday, April 21, 2019

2018
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 - Sunday, April 1, 2018

2017
Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - Sunday, April 16, 2017

2016
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - Sunday, March 27, 2016

In the event of there being any call-outs registered: what were the reasons for these call-outs? And were there any arrests made?

 

Click Here to Download Response

 

For the 12-month period September 2018 to August 2019 please provide
1. the number and proportion of people detained in police custody under PACE that had a legal advisor present during interview and/or rights

  1. For those who were charged and had a legal advisor present, how many were bailed? How many were remanded to court?
  2. For those who were charged and did not have a legal advisor present, how many were bailed? How many were remanded to court?

 

Click Here to Download Response