Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland

A policing body, an association of public authorities, a body that is now defunct and a body voluntarily applying FOI, also called ACPOS

This authority is not subject to FOI law, so is not legally obliged to respond (details).

ACPOS works within the spirit of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 even though it is not subject to the Act.[1]
The organisation ceased to exist as of 31 March 2013.

This authority no longer exists, so you cannot make a request to it.

11 requests
Revenue/Income sources/paid work
Request to Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland by Jean James. Annotated by TJ Wright on .

Long overdue.

Your FOI was time delayed due to ACPOS being defunct on April 1st of that year. David Steel is a very astute individual. The SBRC/SRBC are the Scott...
The ACPOS Office is now closed and this mailbox will no longer be monitored. The Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland (ACPOS) ceased to f...
FOIA Responsiveness
Request sent to Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland by Coran Archer on .

Long overdue.

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