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

 

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  • 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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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• 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

 

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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;

 

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  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

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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

 

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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

 

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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”.

 

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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

 

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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).

 

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  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.

 

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  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. 

 

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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.

 

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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:

 

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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.

 

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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?

 

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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.

 

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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?

 

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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?

 

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