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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.

 

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I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to please request the following information on the use of section 60 stop and search in your area:

s.60 authorisations:
• The number of s.60 authorisations for the year ending 31/08/2019
• The number of s.60 authorisations between 01/09/2019 and 30/01/2020

For each s.60 authorisation between 01/09/18 - 31/08/2019:
• The date of each s.60 authorisation
• The rank of the officer who approved each s.60 authorisation
• The number of hours each s.60 authorisation was in place for
• The geographical remit of each s.60 authorisation
• The reason for each s.60 authorisation
• How information about each s.60 authorisation was communicated to the public
• The number of people searched under each s.60 authorisation
• The ethnic breakdown of people searched under each s.60 authorisation
• The number of people under 18 searched under each s.60 authorisation
• The outcomes of the searches carried out under each s.60 authorisation
• The number of weapons recovered during each s.60 authorisation

For each s.60 authorisation between 01/09/2019 -30/01/2020:
• The date of each s.60 authorisation
• The rank of the officer who approved each s.60 authorisation
• The number of hours each s.60 authorisation was in place for
• The geographical remit of each s.60 authorisation
• The reason for each s.60 authorisation

 

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  • how many calls has your police force received where “mental health”
    was flagged and/or cited as a factor in the last five calendar years (2015,2016,2017,2018,2019)? Please break this down by year
  • how many times in the last five calendar years has section 136 of the Mental Health Act been used to detain a member of the public?
    Please break this down by year (2015,2016,2017,2018,2019)
  • Please provide an estimate of money spent dealing with mental
    health- related calls and cases in the last five years
    (2015,2016,2017,2018,2019)  if possible.

 

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For the 12-month period September 2018 to August 2019 please provide

the number and proportion of people detained in police custody under PACE that had a legal advisor present during interview and/or rights

For those who were charged and had a legal advisor present, how many were bailed? How many were remanded to court?

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

 

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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?

 

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The number and type of drug toxicology tests requested by forensic service provider, by month for the last 5 years


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

 

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Annual totals of NRM referrals made to your force in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Of the total annual referrals, the number of a) men; b) women.

Of the total annual referrals, the number of children under 18 years-of-age.

 

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

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

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’.

 

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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

 

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Between 1 January 2014 and 31 December 2014, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

Between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2015, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

Between 1 January 2016 and 31 December 2016, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

Between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

Between 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2018, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

Between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019, how many people between the ages of 40 and 60 were reported missing to your force between this period? How many of these people were found during the specified time frame?

 

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A list of the force's cold cases under investigation including details of the crime investigated
A list of cold cases solved since January 2019

 

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  1. Since the Coronavirus Act came into force on 25 March, how many times between then and 20 April has your force used Schedule 21? 
  2. Please could you provide the date of each incidence of use? If that is not possible, please provide the week in which it happened e.g. w/c 30 March. If that is not possible, please provide the month in which it happened - March or April. 
  3. Of the total number of times you used Schedule 21, how many times was it wrongfully used? This is something that might have been determined by a court. Please could you provide the dates for the wrongful incidents please? If that is not possible, please provide the week in which it happened e.g. w/c 30 March. If that is not possible, please provide the month in which it happened - March or April. 
  4. Have you charged anyone with an offence under Schedule 21 because they did not answer a member of the police's question?

 

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Details of the numbers of officers or police staff who have failed either a (a) security check (SC) or (b) counter terrorist check (CTC). Please note that by “numbers of staff” I do not necessarily mean current staff. I also include staff who have since left the department.
I would like to restrict the dates of my request to 1 January 2015 to 1 January 2020.

 

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  1. The number of complaints made to Dorset Police by members of the public, regarding the activity of hunts (fox hunts/trail hunts) on roads, including the presence of hunting hounds on roads.
  2. Details of all incidents of hunting hounds being killed or injured on roads, including the date, location, description of the incident and any action taken in response by Dorset Police.
  3. Details of all incidents of hunting hounds being unattended or lost on roads, including the date, location, description of the incident and any action taken in response by Dorset Police.
  4. Details of all incidents of hunting hounds chasing other animals on roads, including the date, location, description of the incident and any action taken in response by Dorset Police.
  5. Details of all other incidents of hunts and/or their hounds causing disruption to road users and traffic, including the date, location, description of the incident and any action taken in response by Dorset Police.

 

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  1. Any literature issued to constables of Dorset Police giving guidance on the implementation of the Coronavirus Act 2020 and related regulations under any other Act of Parliament.
  2. The number of fines issued in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 since its inception.
  3. The number of fines issued in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 which have been upheld.
  4. The number of fines issued in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 which have been appealed and then subsequently dropped.
  5. The number of summons to court issued in Dorset through non payment of fines issued under the Coronavirus Act 2020.
  6. The number of members of the public that have been detained in Dorset where the Coronavirus Act 2020 has been cited for the reason of detainment.
  7. The number of arrests made in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 since its inception.
  8. The number of arrests made in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 where all charges relating to the Act have been dropped.
  9. The number of arrests made in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 that have lead to formal charges being made against a member of the public.
  10. The number of arrests/detainments made in Dorset under the Coronavirus Act 2020 where the individual placed under arrest/detainment was released at the point of arrest/detainment.

 

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1) How many DrugWipe kits does the force have

2) How many officers are trained to carry out DrugWipe roadside tests. 

3) Total number of roadside tests conducted in 2018 

4) Total number roadside tests that gave a false positive (where someone tested positive at the scene but subsequent lab testing failed to support the original result) in 2018.

5) Total number roadside tests that gave a false positive for cocaine (where someone tested positive at the scene but subsequent lab testing failed to support the original result) in 2018.

6) The total number of times the force has recorded that your officers failed to follow procedures fully on the recording of information about or from a roadside DrugWipe test at the scene

 

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Annual spend:

- What is your spend on security annually?

- What is your spend on Security training?

- How much of the spend is with subcontractors?

Do you use cell watch or crime scene guarding contracts if so what is the annual spend on these contracts,

Which security contracts are presently running.

 

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Your Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) compliance policy and reports from FY 2010 to FY 2019 on how you’ve met this policy. –

 

For FY 2010 and end FY 2019, provide a list of all LGBT organisations (eg Stonewall, Mermaids, Gendered Intelligence) you have:

consulted; 

received training from; 

paid monies to for goods and services: 

 

The money spent annually, during this same period, on supporting and promoting LGBT groups and causes including:

rainbow branding (such as alterations and additions to uniforms, vehicles, flags, posters and other materials);  

attending conferences and events, running LGBT-specific social media accounts, training for officers; 

subscriptions and donations to LGBT organisations such as Stonewall, Gendered Intelligence and Mermaids.

 

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In the calendar years 2016 to 2019

How many complaints were made to police about drones?

During the same periods, from all the complaints made, how many were ‘investigated’?

For those investigated, what was the outcome?

 

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  1. Please state the number of 999 calls received by your force’s control room in the 3 years (1st January 2015 to 31 December 2018). Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and year
  2. Please state the number of 101 calls received by your force’s control room in the 3 years (1st January 2015 to 31 December 2018). Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and year.
  3. Please provide the grading (i.e Emergency/Priority/Scheduled/Resolution without deployment OR equivalent) for the 999 calls to your force’s control room in the 3 years (1st January 2015 to 31 December 2018). Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and year.
  4. Please provide the grading (i.e Emergency/Priority/Scheduled/Resolution without deployment OR equivalent) for the 101 calls to your force’s control room in the 3 years (1st January 2015 to 31 December 2018). Please breakdown the number of calls by calendar month and year.

 

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How many of your officers are currently carrying a Taser, and how many of these officers are firearms officers?

How many times have Tasers (including both X26 and X2) been

  • Used in drive-stun or angled drive-stun mode
  • Fired, in the past five years (2015-2019)? Can you please break these down for each year

How many times has the deployment of a Taser led to serious injury? Can you please specify whether it was a primary or secondary injury and whether the Taser was used in either one of the stun modes or fired?

Have any of your officers been seriously injured following an incident that required the use of Taser in the past five years (2015-2019)?

Has any of your Taser officers had their permit withdrawn in the past five years (2015-2019)?

Has any of your Taser officers been charged with assault following an incident that included the deployment of a Taser in the past five years (2015-2019)?

 

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The number of arrests made since 2015 for:

  • Corrupt or Improper Use of Police Powers

Section 26 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015

 

The number of people charged since 2015 for:

  • Corrupt or Improper Use of Police Powers

Section 26 Criminal Justice and Courts Act 2015

 

The number of arrests made since 2015 for misconduct in public office:

 

The total number of people charged with misconduct in public office since 2015

 

Total number of police officers arrested since 2015

 

Total number of police officers charged with an offence since 2015

 

Total number of gross misconduct hearings since 2015 resulting in dismissal

 

Total number of allegations made against police officers for abuse of position for a sexual purpose since 2015

 

Total number of dismissals for conduct of a sexual nature (police and police staff).

 

Total amount of money spent by the Appropriate Authority instructing any barrister or door tenant from Serjeants Inn (The Chambers of Angus Moon QC and Michael Horne QC) to represent the force at misconduct proceedings.

 

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If known, how many incidents of illegal fox hunting with hounds, under The Hunting Act 2004, have been reported during each year since September 2015?

How are Illegal fox hunting incidents and / or crimes recorded?

If available / known/ retrievable within the time limit: In each Year since 2015 how many arrests have been made of
a) Fox / Trail Hunters and their support
b) Anti-Hunt Activists / Saboteurs

If available / known/ retrievable within the time limit: How many incidents have been submitted to The CPS for review or charges brought

If available / known/ retrievable within the time limit: What were the reasons why incidents have not been submitted to The CPS or Charges brought

Do you have a wildlife crime officer / Team? If so what is their duties and role? Is this role funded?

Do you have a hunt liaison officer? If so what is their duties and role? Is this role funded?

How officers receive training in identifying illegal (fox) hunting

Who provides the training?

What has been the average annual cost of policing organised hunting with hounds (Fox / Trail Hunting) since 2015

What is the police strategy for enforcing The Hunting Act (2004) and activities of Organised fox / trail Hunts and gathering evidence of illegal hunting

What is the police strategy regarding anti-hunt activists / saboteurs/hunt monitors

Do you insist that organised hunts, when claiming to trail hunt, supply you with weekly meet card; a trail hunt map; a risk assessment; insurance; licence for the importation of fox urine? If not, why not?

How do you monitor the activities of trail hunts e.g. conduct random checks to ensure that they are complying with anti-hunt legislation

How do you determine whether an organised hunt’s activity involve trail hunting, Drag Hunting or fox hunting

What preventative measures do you have in place to prevent an illegal fox hunting taking place during a trail hunt

I would also like the following information on:

a) Whether there is any current operation related to the policing of hunting and to hunt protest activity in your police force area?

b) If such an operation exists, when did it begin, what name does it operate under and what is its remit?

c) Whether your Police force has entered into any agreement with any landowners or hunt organisers?

What is your policy on police officers riding out with organised trail/fox hunts

Do officers involved in preventing wildlife crime need to declare a conflict of interests if they hunt with hounds

 

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  1. How many times was a conducted energy device (e.g. Taser) deployed against children aged 11-17 and against those aged 0-11, during each month to date in 2018, 2019 and 2020, broken down by race, gender and age bracket – and of course by each month in question.
  2. How many times in each of these months, broken down by month, was Taser deployed after officers attended incidents at schools, colleges and universities?
  3. How many times was Taser deployed against adults during each month to date in 2018, 2019 and 2020, broken down by race, gender and age bracket – – and of course by each month in question.
  4. Please confirm the level of force used in each incident (arced, drive stun, aimed, drawn, fired, and red dotted) during each month to date in 2018, 2019 and 2020, broken down by race, gender and age bracket – and of course by each month in question.

 

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Please can you provide the last 10 years of expenditure, by year, on forensic science services broken down between in-house and contracted out.  Also can you give the split of contracted out expenditure that relates to digital forensics.

 

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How many mental health related incidents were recorded in your force in April 2019

April 2020? (Individual results for both if possible please)

 

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Please could I ask for the number of occasions in which a conducted energy device (i.e. a taser) was used in an incident by police staff between April 1st 2019 and March 31st 2020?

Could you state in how many of these incidents the CED/taser was discharged and how many times it was not discharged?

Could you also provide the same data for the time period April 1st 2018 to March 31st 2019 and also April 1st 2017 to March 31st 2018?

 

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“How many wardens and police officers have been allocated to Blandford to enforce social distancing and to monitor that retailers are complying with the in-shop regulations regarding hygiene and social distancing?” 

“With heightened nervousness and frustration among shoppers, what is your assessment of violent incidents occurring and are your officers trained to deal with them appropriately?”

 

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Please send me:

  • The (i) number of times police have used Stop and Search measures since the UK lockdown was introduced on 23rd March 2020 and

(ii) the number of times police had used Stop and Search measures from 23rd March 2019 to 22nd March 2020. 

  • Out of the total number of times Stop and Search measures have been used by police since the UK lockdown was introduced on 23rd March 2020, the number that were used on black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) individuals.
  • Out of the total number of times Stop and Search measures have been used by police between 23rd March 2019 and 22nd March 2020, the number of Stop and Search measures used by police on black, Asian, and minority ethnic (BAME) individuals.

 

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Following the passage of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the number of times police have used new powers to detain individuals to be tested if they are believed to be infectious.

Following the passage of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the number of times police have used new powers to restrict individuals' right to move around or be part of a gathering.

 

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How many officers have had their Taser permits withdrawn in the past five years and what were the reasons? (Preferably financial years but calendar years work too, in case this information is easier to find)

 

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Please can you provide figures on the number of cases of revenge porn reported to the force in the year 2019/2020. Please can you also disaggregate data according to the following information:

- The crime outcome (no action, charge, caution etc) of The offences as well as The number of offences where The victim did not support or withdrew support for police action

-The number of victims under the age of 18

-The gender of the victim

Please also provide, where possible, cases in which the case involved social media. I understand this isn't routinely logged, so please just include notes from free-text searches for key words ("social media", "Twitter", "Facebook" etc) where available.

 

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1) A copy of the most recent piece of literature providing training material to your police force regarding the use of Taser.

2) A copy of the most recent guidance provided to your force by the College of Policing or the National Police Chiefs' Council regarding the user of Taser.

3) Is the use of Taser mentioned in your force's code of practice, if so then please include the section in writing.

 

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  • How many candidates (case by case) as in numbers or percentage, during the recruitment process, specifically the medical are actively taking medication in either or mixture of the following medication families: Anti-Depressants, Opioids, Anti-Convulsants? –
  • With the case/question above, how many candidates (case by case) as in the number or percentage, are offered the final offer under these medications?
  • Are candidates given a medical assessment in order to check their capability levels based upon the medication families stated above?
  • How many candidates at the medical stage have failed, or have been deferred due to the above medication families that were disclosed during the medical questionnaire stage. Did this affect their application and subsequently the process for them?
  • How many active constables/special constables/police staff are currently taking any of the medication families listed above in numbers or percentages?
  • If the constable actively takes any of the above medications. Does this impact on their daily duties and commitment to the police force?

 

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Please provide the total number of:

(i) Domestic abuse incidents and, separately, offences with a domestic abuse flag reported between 23 March and 10 May in 2019 and the same dates for 2020.

(ii) The outcome of those offences in Q1 (i) (including but not limited to: arrests, charged, released with no further action, released under investigation, released on bail with conditions etc.) between 23 March and 10 May in 2019 and the same dates for 2020.

 

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Of all the on-the-spot penalties the police force has handed out for breaking coronavirus restrictions since 27 March to date:

  1. When these were given out
  2. Where these were given out (please include an address or a postcode)
  3. The reason for why they were given out by police
  4. Whether they were paid on time or not
  5. Whether a payment is still outstanding

 

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Please can you provide me with the number of police reports of indecent exposure between the following periods:

23rd March 2020 - 31st May 2020

23rd March 2019 - 31st May 2019

 

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Fixed penalty notices issued under emergency COVID regulations, separated into ethnicity and age.

The number of people issued fixed penalty notices under COVID regulations, separated by ethnicity and age.

Arrests under emergency COVID regulations, separated into ethnicity and age.

The number of people arrested under COVID regulations, separated into ethnicity and age.

 

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Please can you tell me how many 101 calls and incidents you have had over illegal hunting reports during the last three years

 

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  1. How many times from 2015 to 2020 (to date) has your force informed the DVLA it has issued a penalty notice for a number plate that does not comply with the requirements of the Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001? Please break this information down by calendar year. 
  2. How many times from 2015 to 2020 (to date) has your force issued two penalty notices relating to the same registration number and vehicle keeper for failing to comply with the requirements of the Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001? Please break this information down by calendar year.

 

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Between 2017-2018 can you tell me the number of stop and searches carried out in the county.

For each stop and search can you provide a date and location of stop and search

Can you provide a reason why each stop and search was carried out

For each person stopped and searched, can you provide details of ethnicity

For each person stopped can you provide their home county

For each person stopped can you provide outcome of stop and search – what, if anything, was found and was there any further action. If so, what action was taken?

 

Between 2018-2019 can you tell me the number of stop and searches carried out in the county.

For each stop and search can you provide a date and location of stop and search

Can you provide a reason why each stop and search was carried out

For each person stopped and searched, can you provide details of ethnicity

For each person stopped can you provide their home county

For each person stopped can you provide outcome of stop and search – what, if anything, was found and was there any further action. If so, what action was taken?

 

Can you also provide your most up-to-date records for 2020:

So far, in 2020, can you tell me the number of stop and searches carried out in the county

For each stop and search can you provide a date and location of stop and search

Can you provide a reason why each stop and search was carried out

For each person stopped and searched, can you provide details of ethnicity

For each person stopped can you provide their home county

For each person stopped can you provide outcome of stop and search – what, if anything, was found and any further action taken

 

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Please could you provide data on the number of times officers in your force have discharged a Taser in each of the five last financial years (2019/20: 2018/19; 2017/18, 2016/17; 2015/16)?

(a) The number of cases where the target was under 18

(b) The number of cases where the target belonged to an ethnic minority group

 

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  1. What formal and informal policies do police officers follow in determining who to stop and search?
  2. Which areas in Dorset and specifically Bournemouth and Poole have the highest rates of stop and search?
  3. We would like information concerning the frequency of visible police patrols in Dorset and specifically Bournemouth and Poole.

 

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I want to know the positive (ie where something was found) stop and search findings for all stop and searches conducted in 2018/2019 and I want to know what the split of this was by race.

I would also like to know how many of these led to arrests and how many led to convictions.

I also want to know how many of these were people were living “out of area” including not only black people but all people stop and searched.

 

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Can you please tell me whether any incident was logged on 25 January 2020 relating to a pack of hounds or dogs crossing the A357 between Sturminster Newton and Durweston. It is my understanding that a police van witnessed such an incident and it was logged for future reference by the officer(s) in the van. I would like to know the time the incident was logged, how it was recorded and the content of the narrative. I would like to know what action was taken following the logging of the incident and whether the matter was ever followed up with the hunt involved. And whether any request was made to the public for witnesses to come forward.

 

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In the calendar year from Jan 1st 2020, how many cyclists have been killed or injured in Dorset

 

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Can I please receive each total individually for the time period of 01/04/2019 - 31/03/2020

Could this be specific to those recorded within the boundaries of Bournemouth

Can I please receive a total count of FPNs issued to motorists for driving vehicles that violate the following regulations:

1) Exhausts - The Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986, Regulation 54

2) Lights - The Road Vehicles Lighting Regulations 1989, Regulation 11

3) License Plate - The Road Vehicles (Display of Registration Marks) Regulations 2001, Regulations 5 & 6

4) Tinted Windows - The Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) Regulations 1986, Regulation 32, Paragraph 10

 

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Please could you let me know how many instances of assault on police personnel you have recorded between 23/3/20 and 23/6/20, and for the same three month period last year? 

If possible, please include the date of each assault and any detail recorded about it.

If not included in the detail, please could you break this down by: -

Number who were injured as a result of an assault

Number who were seriously injured as a result of an assault

Please could you also let me know how many arrests and prosecutions were made for these assaults?

 

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Firstly, we would like to establish how many VRRs (under the enhanced Code) police forces individually have received for stalking/harassment cases - for the years listed individually below?

Secondly, of those police VRRs received we would like to know how many VRRs have been upheld by police and how many have been declined?

How many that were upheld then succeeded to a prosecution by CPS?

This would be for the:

  • Year 2013 – the year the VRR came into place on 5th June
  • Year 2014
  • Year 2015
  • Year 2016
  • Year 2017
  • Year 2018
  • Year 2019
  • Year 2020

 

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  1. The total number of offences recorded in which the Class A controlled drug psilocybin, also known as ‘magic mushrooms’, was named;
  2. The number of offences recorded in which psilocybin or Class A mushrooms was the only controlled drug named;
  3. The breakdown of how many of the recorded offences resulted in:
    1. A caution or reprimand but not arrest;
    2. Arrest, where the case was not passed to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS);
    3. Arrest, where the case was passed to the CPS.

I would be grateful if annual data was provided to cover the years 2015 - 2020.

 

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Under FOI request please can you tell.me if Dorset police have used section 61 of the criminal justice and public order act 1994 to move on travellers from public or private land
If so how many times it has been used say in the last 5 years.

 

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Since the Coronavirus Act came into force on 25 March, how many times between then and 6 July has your force used Schedule 21? Please provide this total figure broken down by date of usage. If you cannot provide the exact date, please provide the week in which the use happened. If that is still not possible, please provide the month.

For each incidence of use, please state whether a public health official was consulted before Schedule 21 was employed and/or whether the public health official directed the use (see section 6(1)(c) of Schedule 21)

For each incidence of use, please state which power(s) was/were used. This could include the power to:

Direct a person to go to a place for screening and assessment (Paragraph 7(2)(a) of Schedule 21)

Remove a person to a place suitable for screening and assessment (Paragraph 7(2)(b) of Schedule 21)

Enforce a requirement imposed on a person to remain at a place for screening and assessment (Paragraph 9(3) of Schedule 21)

Keep a person at a place suitable for screening and assessment until such time as a public health officer can exercise their functions (Paragraph 13(2) of Schedule 21)

Remove a person to a specified place, keep a person at a specified place, or take an absconder into custody and return them to a specified place (Paragraph 16 of Schedule 21)

Give instructions to a person (Paragraph 20(1) of Schedule 21)

Use reasonable force in the exercise of a power under Schedule 21 (Paragraph 20(4) of Schedule 21)

Enter any place for the purpose of exercising a power under Schedule 21 (Paragraph 20(5) of Schedule 21)

(a) For each incidence of use, please state, to the greatest level of detail you can, what happened after Schedule 21 was used. This could include but is not limited to: person questioned and released with no further action, person detained for public health officer, person sent for screening and assessment, person detained for screening and assessment. Section 14(3) of Schedule 21 provides more information about why Schedule 21 might be used and what the outcomes might be:

to provide information to the public health officer or any specified person;

to provide details by which the person may be contacted during a specified period;

to go for the purposes of further screening and assessment to a specified place suitable for those purposes and do anything that may be required under paragraph 10(1);

to remain at a specified place (which may be a place suitable for screening and assessment) for a specified period;

to remain at a specified place in isolation from others for a specified period.

If the person was detained, please also provide, where possible, the length of time they were detained for.

For each incidence of use, please state whether this resulted in an arrest, a person being charged with an offence, prosecution and/or a conviction.

For each incidence of use, please specify the age category of the person or people involved and their ethnicity. If you cannot be this specific, please tell me whether they were under or over 18 and if they were white or BAME.

 

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How many people did your force release ‘under investigation’ each month for the last two years (up to and including May 2020)? If possible, please can you state the average length of time these people were under investigation prior to being charged or charges being dropped.

How many people did your force release on pre-charge bail each month for the last two years (up to and including May 2020)? If possible, please can you state the average length of time these people were on bail for.

 

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The number of people who have been reported missing to this force during the calendar year of 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020?

  • The number of people reported missing who were then found during the calendar year of 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020?
  • Can this be broken down by gender please?
  • Can this be broken down by ethnicity please?
  • Can this be broken down by each age range from 0-10, 10-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70+, please?
  • The number of people who have been reported as missing to this force during the lockdown period from 23rd March 2020 – 4th July 2020?
  • The number of people reported missing who were then found during the lockdown period from 23rd March 2020 – 4th July 2020?
  • Can this be broken down by gender please?
  • Can this be broken down by ethnicity please?
  • Can this be broken down by each age range from 0-10, 10-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70+, please?

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What was the volume of emergency calls for 2019 (calendar year)?

Which companies were awarded the below solutions, when will each contract be renewed and what was the value of each contract (if possible)?

Recorder:

Call Taking:

Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD): 

Radio dispatch: 

Private Networks: 

Communications devices:

Public Warning: 

Cybersecurity solution:

 

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I am seeking any information relating to reports, sightings, encounters with or evidence of ‘big cats’ in Britain.

I use the term ‘big cat’ to describe any non-indigenous large feline which may be loose in the countryside of the UK, from the year 2016 to the present day; more specific search terms could include “panther”, “leopard”, “puma” or “lynx”.

 

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Please could you provide me with the total number of people that have informed your force they intend to challenge the FPN issued to them? –

Of that number how many FPNs did you decide to

a) retract and

b) uphold and move to prosecution? If your force was able to make other decisions besides prosecuting or retracting the FPN, please specify what those decisions were and how many FPNs they applied to.

2b) How many FPN challenges are you still considering? 

Of the FPNs that you decided to proceed to prosecution with, how many resulted in the recipient entering a not guilty plea? How many resulted in the recipient entering a guilty plea? –

In a situation where a recipient challenged their FPN but your force decided it should be upheld, would the recipient have still been able to pay the fine and avoid prosecution or do they lose that option? –

 

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Please provide me with figures of income your force has received - or has agreed to receive - from football clubs to cover matchday policing in the 2018/19 season, the 2019/20 season and the 2020/21 season.

Please state the name of the club and give three figures for each club, one for each season. 

Please also send me copies of all emails sent to or by your staff between March 23 2020 and August 12 2020 on the subject of matchday policing.

 

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The cause of death of fatal missing person cases from the year 2019/2020; specifically:

Please provide a count of all cases of a missing person recorded in the Dorset Police area who were found deceased during the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 (to include cases where the individual was initially reported missing prior to this period);

With the count above (a) as the total, please provide sub-totals for the cause of death recorded in these cases (e.g. accident, suicide, homicide, natural causes, unknown); and

If possible, please provide information on the age of missing people in each cause of death category (under 18 / 18 an over / not known) and their gender (male / female / other / not known).

In addition, please also provide the same data from 2018/2019.

 

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For the year 2019, how many men were arrested and brought into custody to prevent a breach of a peace, as a percentage, compared to females?

 

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Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I would like to request the following data by quarter for the period of the calendar year 2015 to the first quarter of 2020 (January 2015 – March 2020), broken down by quarter.

  1. Police incidents involving mental health
  2. Details of quantity, length and type of training provided to police officers regarding mental health related incidents

 

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1) The total number of times Use of Force was used for the period January to March 2020.

2) Please provide details of the ethnicity of the subjects that Use of Force tactics were used against.

3) Please repeat requests 1 and 2 for the time period April to June 2020. If you do not yet have data for this entire period, please provide it for the months you do have.

 

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The total number of microchip scanners (used to scan animals) that are currently within your police force's possession.

 

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I am needing a freedom of information request of your Police 999 and 101 services.

Average waiting time.
Abandoned call rate.
Number of average calls per day.

This needs to be the latest records. It would be the current financial year so far.

 

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On behalf of Queen Thorne Parish Council I would like to receive a record of all the accidents on the A30 between Yeovil and Sherborne in the last 5 years.

 

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Can you please provide the following information for each of the last four financial years (2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20) and any data for the financial year 2020/21 so far, up until 10 September 2020:

-The number of people who received warnings for breaching a Public Spaces Protection Order by begging

-The number of fixed penalty notices issued for breaching a Public Spaces Protection Order by begging

If possible within the cost threshold, can the outcome of these notices also be included:

-how many people were prosecuted for failing to pay the fixed penalty notice
-how many people were issued a Community Protection Notice, Criminal Behaviour Order or Civil Injunction after breaching a Public Spaces Protection Order by begging

 

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Under the freedom of information Act 2000 can I please request this information for each of these financial years: 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, and 2021/21 from the start of the financial year 2020 to 10 Sept 2020:

1) The number of arrests the force made for offences under the Vagrancy Act 1824

2) The number of charges the force made for offences under the Vagrancy Act 1824

3) The number of warnings issued for offences under the Vagrancy Act 1824

4) The number of fixed penalty notices issued for offences under the Vagrancy Act 1824

Please break down the information by the title of the offence and by the financial year.

 

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Amount of people issued with a penalty notice for not wearing a mask on trains during June, July and August 2020.

Amount of people issued with a caution for not wearing a mask on trains during June, July and August 2020 

Amount of people issued with a penalty notice for not wearing a mask on buses during June, July and August 2020

Amount of people issued with a caution for not wearing a mask on buses during June, July and August 2020.

Number of reported physical assault incidents against bus drivers during June, July and August 2020.

Number of reported verbal abuse (threats, harassment or insults) incidents against bus drivers during June, July and August 2020.

Number of reported physical assaults against bus drivers during June, July and August 2019.

Number of reported verbal abuse (threats, harassment or insults) incidents against bus drivers during June, July and August 2019.

Number of reported physical assault incidents against railway staff during June, July and August 2020.

Number of reported verbal abuse (threats, harassment or insults) incidents against railway staff during June, July and August 2020.

Number of reported physical assaults against railway staff during June, July and August 2019.

Number of reported verbal abuse (threats, harassment or insults) incidents against railway staff during June, July and August 2019.

 

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The number of calls for officers to attend where “mental health” was flagged and/or cited as a factor in the call in the last three years (2018, 2019 and 2020 so far)? Please break this down by year and month. Please provide as much detail about the nature of the incident as possible. Please say how many of the incidents' involved under 18s and how many were for those aged over 18

The number of recorded cases where section 136 of the Mental Health Act was used to detain a member of the public in the last three years (2018,2019 and 2020 so far)? Please break this down by year and month.

 

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a) The number of 101 calls which went unanswered in the following periods:

2016-17

2017-18

2018-19

2019-20 (broken down by month, if possible)

2020 to date (broken down by month, if possible

b) The number of 101 calls abandoned in the following periods:

c) The total number of 101 calls in the following periods:

 

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1) I wish to know how many reports of UFOs have been made to your force over the last five calendar years including the current calendar year up to the date of your response to this request (so, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). Please break down the figures where possible, eg 2020: four sightings, 2019: five sightings etc.

2) Please include as much detail of each report as possible. I am not interested in personal details of who made the report, I just wish to know what they claim to have seen - e.g. a green light in the sky - and what action was taken e.g. - officers sent to the scene.

3) Please provide a location for each sighting. This can be broad, such as a town, as I am not interested in identifying the person who made the report.

 

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Please can you provide the number of speeding offences and accidents that involve motor vehicles on Wyke Road, Gillingham, SP8 for the stretch between its junctions with Clarendon Close and Milestone way for the years 2015-2019?

 

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I am writing to ask for information on mental health incidents in rural areas.

The College of Policing and NPCC define a mental health incident as:

“Any police incident thought to relate to someone’s mental health where their vulnerability is at the centre of the incident or where the police have had to do something additionally or differently because of it.”

I am also aware that forces are often able to identify incidents which have taken place in a rural area.

I would therefore like to know how many mental health incidents you recorded between 23 March and 1 December 2020; and how many of these were flagged, marked or can be identified as having taken place in a rural area.

I would also like to know how many mental health incidents you recorded between 23 March and 1 December 2019; and how many of these were flagged, marked or can be identified as having taken place in a rural area.

 

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  1. Please state, for children that had missing episodes recorded in your missing persons database (or equivalent central recording system), and that were flagged as being at risk of child sexual exploitation, the total number of missing episodes recorded for each of the ten children that went missing the most often.

 Please provide information for missing episodes recorded between January 1st 2018 to November 25th 2020.

  1. Please state, for children that had missing episodes recorded in your missing persons database (or equivalent central recording system), and that were flagged as being at risk of child sexual exploitation, the total number of missing episodes recorded in each of the following calendar years

2018

2019

2020 up to November 25th

 

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- Between 1 March 2020 and 1 December 2020, how many 101 calls were recorded as NOT having been answered?

- Between 1 March 2020 and 1 December 2020, what was the average time for a response 101 calls?

- Between 1 March 2020 and 1 December 2020, what was the longest time it took for a caller to get a response to a 101 call? 

- Between 1 March 2020 and 1 December 2020, how many 101 calls were received (answered or unanswered) by your force?

 

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2021 Disclosures

1) How many mental health related incidents were recorded by your police force in 2019 (1st January 2019 - 31st December 2019)?

2) How many mental health related incidents were recorded by your police force in 2020 (1st January 2020 - 31st December 2020)?

 

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Please could you break down the below information (Q1-6) per month (1st to the 31st) between the following periods: 1 January and 31 December 2018; 1 January and 31 December 2019; 1 January and 31 December 2020.

  • How many reports of "missing people" did your force record over this period?
  • How many of these reports concerned people aged below 18 at the time of their disappearance?
  • How many of these reports concerned people aged 66 or over at the time of their disappearance?
  • In how many recorded missing persons cases over this period was the missing person found 'safe and well' by police or voluntarily returned home/ to their place of care?
  • How many individuals were recorded to be "long-term missing" (after going missing for more than 28 days) over this period?
  • How many individuals who were recorded as missing over this period were found dead /reported dead over this period?

Please could you break down the below information (Q7-8) per year between the following periods: 1 January 2018 and 31 December 2020.

  • How many people who were classed as "long-term missing" between these years eventually were found alive or returned home at any point? For people who were classed as "long-term missing" more than once over this period, please could you state how many times they were recorded as such over this entire period and how many times they were found by police or returned home voluntarily (if that is the case).
  • How many people who were classed as "long-term missing" over these years were found dead/ reported dead?

 

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1) The total number of Disclosure Requests made under the "Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (also known as “Clare’s Law”)" during the period  1st January 2020 up to and including 31st December 2020 by Gender, Age, & Ethnicity.

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)  During the period 1st January 2020 up to and including 31st December 2020 please provide the Gender of the person making the enquiry regarding their current partner and/or the person making the enquiry directly on behalf of the “Person at Risk”.

 

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For children that had missing episodes recorded in your missing persons database (or equivalent central recording system), and had been flagged as being at risk of child sexual exploitation, please provide a breakdown of their ages. Please provide their age at the time of the first missing episode recorded, if simplest to extract.

Please limit this request to missing episodes between 1st January 2020 and today's date, and to children who went missing at least three times over the period. If your systems flag episodes rather than children as being a CSE risk, please provide information for children who had at least one CSE risk flagged episode during this period.

If there is a specific risk of personal information being disclosed (for example, just one 13 year old being recorded), I am happy for information to be provided in "less than 5 format", or for an age banding to be used (1 child aged 12-14 etc). This should mean there are no section 40 issues with providing a response.

The timeframe for this information is 01/01/2020 to 12/02/2021.

 

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Question 1 From the 2014/5 to 2018/19 football seasons, how much Special Police Services have you received each season from football clubs in your force area?

Question 2 From the 2014/5 to 2018/19 football seasons, how much have you spent each season on football policing operations?

 

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1) How many non-crime hate incidents has your force recorded against a person 16-years-old and under from 2014 to 2019 inclusive?

2) What was the total number of non-crime hate incidents your force recorded in 2020?

Just to clarify, I am looking for the number of non-crime hate incidents that have been recorded against a person 16-years-old and under who is the alleged perpetrator of the incident, not the victim.

 

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1: How many Domestic Violence Protection Orders (DVPOs) were broken during 2018, 2019 & 2020?

2. How many Domestic Violence Protection Notices (DVPNs) were broken during 2018, 2019 & 2020? 

 

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I would like information on the following, from January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019, and then the same information for the same calendar year of 2020. 

1) How many reports of domestic abuse, both resulting in injury and not resulting in injury, have you received? Please could this be broken down month-by-month, as well as a total for both years?

 

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Q1) Does your police force, as of the current date, have an Independent Stop and Search Scrutiny Panel?

1a) If yes: How often do they meet? I) What date (DD/MM/YYYY) was the panel first operational? II) How many of the people currently on the panel are from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background? (could you also tell me the total number of people on the panel as of the current date).

1b) If your force does have such a panel, are panel members made to review a sample of stop and search records and related body-worn video footage at meetings? This can be a simple Yes or No answer.

1c) If your force does have such a panel, what sort of mandatory training do panel members receive in order to perform their role?

1d) If your force does not currently have an operational Independent Stop and Search Scrutiny Panel, have official plans been drawn up that would see the implementation of one in the future? (If so, please specify when)

Q2) Does your force provide body-won video cameras to your officers? If so, to which ones, and is its use mandatory for specific activities (for example, but not limited to: during stop and searches- please specify)?

2a) If they are indeed provided to officers, between 1 March 2020 and 28 February 2021, how often did your police force review body-worn video footage as part of your internal monitoring and external scrutiny of stop and search and use of force?

 

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The number of stop and searches carried out for the months: March 2019 April 2019 May 2019 June 2019 July 2019 August 2019 September 2019 October 2019 November 2019 December 2019

January 2020 February 2020 March 2020 April 2020 May 2020 June 2020 July 2020 August 2020 September 2020 October 2020 November 2020 December 2020

January 2021 February 2021 (if available)

2. For each of the months above, the number of searches that resulted in arrest

2. The ethnic group of each person stopped and searched (expressed as monthly percentages if easier)

 

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Between the period of January 1st 2021 – 15th March 2021, how many missing person cases (specifically women ages 16-65) reported in this period, remain unsolved?
Please also provide the ethnicity and age of each case and the reason why it remains unsolved (whether an open or closed case).

Missing women cases unsolved 01.01.21 - 15.03.21

Between the period of January 1st 2021 – 15th March 2021, how many missing person cases (specifically women ages 16-65) reported in this period, remain unsolved?

Please also provide the ethnicity and age of each case and the reason why it remains unsolved (whether an open or closed case).

 

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  1. If this force has arranged for its officers to attend Domestic Abuse Matters training run by the College of Policing and Safe Lives?
  2. If the answer to question 1 is yes, please tell me the number of officers in this force that have attended this training as of 19th March 2021

 

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I would like to make the following request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Could you please tell me the number of Osman warnings issued by your force in the calendar years 2019 and 2020, each broken down by month?

 

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  1. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the data forensic 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 data forensic unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 6 months?
  3. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the data forensic unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 12 months?
  4. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the data forensic unit for analysis, are there delays of at least 18 months?
  5. Of the digital forensic cases waiting to be allocated to a member of staff in the data forensic unit for analysis, how many cases are currently waiting?

 

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1) The number of non-crime hate incidents recorded in your constabulary in each calendar month from 1st January 2018 to 5th May 2021 inclusive, broken down by calendar month (ie. a single number for January 2018, a single number for February 2018 etc).

 

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For the following periods:
2016/17 - 2017/18 - 2018/19 - 2019/20 - 2020/21

a. How many dedicated police officers (sometimes referred to as "Safer School" Officers) are deployed across Dorset?

b. Names of schools that these police officers are deployed to (if unable to disclose this, please provide the name of the areas/boroughs that have a large density of "Safer School Officers" deployed) 

c. What is the nature of the complaints or concerns "Safer School Officers" are dealing with in these schools? (name of incident and year in which it occurred) –

d. Please provide details of complaints lodged against "Safer School Officers" during their deployment at these schools (including interaction and comments with the staff, parents, and pupils recorded) (please provide copies of complaints if possible) –

e. List of factors that determines if a "Safer School Officer" is sent to a certain school (social metrics, class metrics, deprivation levels, etc) –

f. Has there been a recorded decline in youth offending in the schools that "Safer School Officers" have been deployed in? (comparison by years) –

 

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