Friday 9-3-2018

Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),
regarding report 11 dated 7 June 2007
I would like to know what involvement Raythone had in the Development plan and how much they were paid for there in put and why they were approached in the first place,

Yours faithfully,
Mary Hughes

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

Dear Ms Hughes

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"2007 /2008 Annual Learing and Development Business plan

regarding report 11 dated 7 June 2007
I would like to know what involvement Raythone  had in the  Development
plan and how much they were paid for there in put  and why they were
approached in the first place "

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Case reference: 2018030000361

Dear Ms Hughes,
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE No: 2018030000361
Thank you for your request for information which was received by the
Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 13 March 2018, seeking access to the
following information:
2007 /2008 Annual Learing and Development Business plan
regarding report 11 dated 7 June 2007
I would like to know what involvement Raythone  had in the  Development
plan and how much they were paid for there in put  and why they were
approached in the first place
SEARCHES TO LOCATE INFORMATION
To locate the information relevant to your request searches were conducted
within the MPS.  The searches failed to locate any information relevant to
your request, as our Met Training records only date back to 2011,
therefore, the information you have requested is not held by the MPS.  
Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please
contact me via email at [email address], quoting the reference
number above.
Kind regards,

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15-3-18
Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),
I am surprised that your records only go back to 2011 but the good news is I have posted a copy on my blog for you to read, and am also surprised you do not have a back up copy on a computer just in case some one like me came along and asked question about your involvement with a weapons company that has more then finger in the Metropolitan pie then I feel it should have
I hope you find this helpful,
you will find it under Q ask to what do they know,

Yours faithfully,

Mary M Hughes

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