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Disposed vehicles

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Dear London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade),

I would like to request a list of all of the vehicles that have been disposed of or left the service within the last 5 years or less. Please could this include the registration plate, fleet number, make and model of vehicle, and when it came into service and left service.

Also if possible could this list include how / where the vehicle was disposedof? Eg. Auction or Export etc

Yours faithfully,

Rhys Ackerman

London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade)

Dear Rhys,

Thank you for your request below.

This will be considered under the FOIA and, as such, we will respond within 20 working days.

Kind Regards,

Tavell

Tavell Carter
Information Access

London Fire Brigade
169 Union Street London SE1 0LL
T 020 8555 1200 x 30314
E [email address]

london-fire.gov.uk

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London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade)

4 Atodiad

Dear Rhys,

 

Thank you for your email received on 16th January 2020 in regards to a
list of all of the vehicles that have been disposed of or left the service
within the last 5 years or less.

 

In response, our Fleet team have provided the attached spreadsheet
(attached as excel file: ‘Disposals Feb 2015 - Feb 2020’) that details the
vehicles that have been disposed of/left the service in the last five
years.  As you may be aware, the LFB also publish a fleet list online on
the [1]London Data Store, which can be accessed [2]here.  Due to the
continuing threats to national security, concerns have been raised
regarding the amount of information we have published in our fleet list. 
In this light, we have made a decision to remove the vehicle
registrations, and locations of our fleet, from the list published on the
London Data Store.  As such, I am also unable to provide you with the
vehicle registrations of the disposed vehicles under the FOI act so these
are not included on the attached spreadsheet.

 

I hope you will find this information of use.  Should you have any further
questions do let me know.

 

This request has been dealt with under the Freedom of Information Act
2000. If you are dissatisfied by this response you can request an internal
review by writing to the Head of Information Management at the address
below (or email [3][email address])

 

Further information about your information rights (including how to raise
a concern or make a complaint) is available from the Information
Commissioner’s Office on their website at [4]www.ico.org.uk or by writing
to them at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5AF.

 

Kind regards,

 

Tavell

 

Tavell Carter

Information Access

 

London Fire Brigade

169 Union Street  London  SE1 0LL

T 020 8555 1200

E [5][email address]

 

[6]london-fire.gov.uk

 

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If you think that this e-mail might not be intended for you please delete
it immediately and contact me.

 

 

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Dear London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade),

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade)'s handling of my FOI request 'Disposed vehicles'.

My request stated the following:
"Please could this include the registration plate, fleet number, make and model of vehicle, and when it came into service and left service." I understand that Registration Plates can't be supplied due to security reasons. however I also asked for the following, which were not included, nor was there any reason for these not to be included: "fleet number, and when it [ the vehicle ] came into service "

I would appreciate a response or clarification as soon as possible, although i understand that you are very busy at this time.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/d...

Yours faithfully,

Rhys Ackerman

London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade)

Dear Rhys

Thank you for your request for internal review of our recent response to your previous request FOIA4899.1.

This will be considered under FOIA and we will respond as soon as we are able. Please note, given the current situation with the Coronavirus, this may be outside of the normal, expected time frame for a FOI response.

Thank you for your patience, with kind regards

Jo

Jo Fox
Information and Knowledge Manager
Information Management | Corporate Services

London Fire Brigade
169 Union Street London SE1 0LL
T 020 8555 1200 x 30324
E [email address]

london-fire.gov.uk

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LFB Information Access, London Fire Commissioner (London Fire Brigade)

4 Atodiad

Dear Mr Ackerman

 

Jo Fox has passed me your email confirming you would like an internal
review of your Freedom of Information (FOIA)request (our reference:
FOIA4899.1) seeking information about Brigade vehicles subject to
disposal/leaving the service over the last five years. As Head of
Information Management with responsibility for Freedom of Information and
data protection matters, I am responsible for conducting reviews on behalf
of the Brigade. I am sorry for the short delay in beng able to respond to
you. 

 

In your original request you asked: 

 

“I would like to request a list of all of the vehicles that have been
disposed of or left the service within the last 5 years or less. Please
could this include the registration plate, fleet number, make and model of
vehicle, and when it came into service and left service. Also if possible
could this list include how / where the vehicle was disposed of? Eg.
Auction or Export etc.”

 

Mr Carter responded on behalf of the Brigade on 13 February2020. He
explained that the Brigade publishes a fleet list on the London Datastore
here –
[1]https://data.london.gov.uk/dataset/londo... and
referred you to this. However, we recently made changes to the information
we publish in this list. There were concerns raised about the some of the
information that was published. Due to the continued opportunities for
crime, including national security threat levels, we have removed vehicle
registration numbers and locations of vehicles in our fleet.  Our view is
that this information is exempt from disclosure under the FOI Act under
section 31(1)(a) – Law enforcement. Section 31 is a qualified exemption
and we must consider the public interests for and against disclosure.  Our
view is that it is the case that the LFB appliances are potential targets
for crime and the loss of equipment prevents the LFB from carrying out its
public safety duties. It is also possible, with the right information, to
‘clone’ fire appliances for potential use in acts of crime. I am,
therefore, of the view that it is in the public interest not to disclose
the vehicle registration numbers of the vehicles in the LFB fleet. 

 

In our response on 13 February 2020, we provided you with information in
Excel format (File name – ‘Disposals Feb 2015 – Feb 2020’)   with the
headings: Make, Model, Type of Vehicle, Disposal date and Disposal to.

 

In your request of 27 March 2020 for the Brigade to review the handling of
your original request, you noted that we could not supply you with vehicle
registration number data, but you asked why other data had not been
included as requested, namely "fleet number, and when it [the vehicle]
came into service " and the fact that there was no “reason for these not
to be included”.

 

I note that the disclosure of 13 February did not provide you with the
full reason for not providing you with the full data you requested. Our
response should have included an explanation of the exemptions under the
FOI Act that we were relying on to withhold any information or any other
reasons, including that the information was, for example, not held. 

 

I have now completed my review and it appears that the missing data about
fleet numbers and when the vehicle came into services was not provided due
to an oversight. I am now able to provide a new list (attached)  which
includes the fleet numbers as you requested for the period February 2015 –
March 2020.  You also asked for the dates when the vehicles concerned came
into service. Unfortunately, this was not recorded so we do not hold the
information you requested. I am sorry that these matters were not
explained to you in our response of 13 February, and that due to an
oversight, you were not supplied with the full information that was
available.

 

This concludes my review. I hope you are satisfied with the outcome.

 

 

You have the right to ask the Information Commissioner for a decision as
to whether the Brigade has dealt with your request in accordance with the
requirements of the FOIA. You must apply promptly to the Information
Commissioner's Office at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire,
SK9 5AF. There is advice of the ICO website about how to make a complaint
at: https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/

 

Further information about your information rights is available from the
Information Commissioners Office  via their website www.ico.org.uk or by
writing to them at Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF

 

David Wyatt
Data Protection Officer and

Head of Information Management
London Fire Brigade
169 Union Street  London  SE1 0LL
T: 020 8555 1200 x30352
M: 07775 826 404
E: [2][email address]

 

[3]london-fire.gov.uk

 

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Nid ydym yn gwybod a yw'r ymateb mwyaf diweddar i'r cais hwn yn cynnwys gwybodaeth neuai peidio - os chi ywRhys Ackerman mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.