Devon and Cornwall Police Vehicle Fleet 2000-2005

Agnes Elong made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

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Dear Devon and Cornwall Constabulary,
Part 1
I understand that you couldn't give me the information for my 1990-2005 Fleet Request, but I recently saw Mr Abdul Naji Fleet Request on on 29th of May 2019. It has the some of the details that I was asking for. Can you please give me the same information that you give to Mr Abdul Naji?

Details
-Date: 2000-2005
-Model Year
-The Vehicle Make & Model
-Type of Vehicle (Including Van's Wheelbase and Roof Size)
-Number of Doors (Example: 3-Door, 5-Door etc)
-The Role of the Vehicle (Including Armed Response Unit)
-Marked or Unmarked
-The Year the Vehicle was Commissioned
-The Year the Vehicle was Decommissioned

Part 2
Is it true that the Armed Response Unit used these vehicles as Armed Response Vehicles in past? (Yes or No For Each Vehicle).
1990-1993 Land Rover Discovery
1995-2002 Land Rover Range Rover
1995-1999 Vauxhall Omega Caravan
1995-1999 Vauxhall Omega Sedan
1997-1999 Volvo V70
2000-2003 Vauxhall Omega Caravan
2000-2003 Vauxhall Omega Sedan
2000-2005 Volvo V70
2001-2006 Ford Galaxy
2003-2005 Land Rover Range Rover (Marked)
2003-2005 Volvo XC70

Part 3
I didn't mention in my last request, you didn't answer these questions?
1.What year the Armed Response Unit was formed?
2.What year did Devon and Cornwall Police started to have Armed Response Vehicles?

Yours faithfully,

Agnes Elong

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Dear Devon and Cornwall Constabulary,
It has been over 20 working days and I still don't see any response to my request. I understand that you are busy responding to other requests. Please tell me when are you able to respond to my request.

Yours faithfully,

Agnes Elong

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Dear Ms Elong

Please find attached the response to your above numbered Freedom of
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Yours sincerely,

 

 

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Dear FOI,
Devon and Cornwall Police, thank you for responding to my request. I understand that you couldn't give me all the information I ask for.

Yours sincerely,

Agnes Elong

FOI, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

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