Dear Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner,
I am requesting information in regards to crime rates in your area.
I wish for you to send me the change in crime rates in 2013 as of the last quarter, and also the crime rates of your area of the same time in 2012.
I would also like to request information on the number of convicted criminals serving a maximum sentence in your area.
Any help regarding my request will be greatly appreciated.
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The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is separate to Greater Manchester Police. If you are trying to report a crime, please call 999 in an emergency or 101 for non emergency issues.
The Commissioner represents the people of Greater Manchester and as such we would ask that you provide the following information:
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Tony Lloyd will always try to help people who are having problems with the Police. His office does not have investigatory powers nor can the Commissioner’s office act as an appeals process for decisions already made. Tony Lloyd will forward your complaint to the Police complaints process or, if necessary, raise concerns with Police officers at the appropriate level, be that the relevant area Commander or Chief Constable.
You can of course make an official complaint direct to Greater Manchester Police, you can find out more about that here http://www.gmp.police.uk/Live/Nhoodv3.ns...
The Independent Police Complaints Commission can also be contacted; more information about their processes can be found here http://www.ipcc.gov.uk/en/Pages/your_com...
Thank you again for getting in touch. We will reply to your email as soon as possible.
Our Ref: PCC/NP/JORD01002/01131059
Thank you for your email.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester
does not hold specific information with regards to the change in crime
rates in 2013 as of the last quarter, and also the crime rates of the same
time in 2012, and information on the number of convicted criminals serving
a maximum sentence in this area.
Please could I ask that you direct your request to the Freedom of
Information Team at Greater Manchester Police using the following email
I hope this is helpful.
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