Durham police spoke with the Cummings family after the family drove to Durham from London during lockdown

Durham Police and Crime Commissioner Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Durham Police and Crime Commissioner,

there appears to be lots of confusion regarding when and how Durham police spoke with the Cummings family some reports state March 31st others April 1st

Therefore my questions are:-

1) when exactly did Durham Police talk to the Cummings family .
please supply times and dates for each occasion

2) how and when was Durham Police made aware of events at the Cummings household in Durham regarding Dominic Cummings family travel from London during lockdown.

a) For example was this brought to the attention of the Police by a member of the public from inside the Cummings family or some other member of the public

3) on the above dates in question what was Durham Police enforcement regarding travel into the county by people who lived elsewhere in the UK

4) how many complaints have been regarding this matter

this information should be available given the publicity surrounding these events

Yours faithfully,

W. Rufus

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General Enquiries PCVC,

Good afternoon,

I write to acknowledge receipt of your email dated 27th May 2020. The PCVC does not hold this information and you would need to contact the Freedom of Information Team within Durham Constabulary with your request. You can contact them on [email address] or alternatively, with your permission I can forward the email on your behalf.

I will await your reply.

Kind Regards,

Katy Bambridge
Office Manager
Custody Visitor Scheme Manager

The Office of the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner
Police Headquarters
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Durham
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dangos adrannau a ddyfynnir

Dear General Enquiries PCVC,
please forward the request

Yours sincerely,

W. Rufus

General Enquiries PCVC,

This email is to acknowledge receipt of your contact within the Office of
the Durham Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner(ODPCVC). Your contact
is very important to us and we aim to respond to you within 7 working
days.

 

If your email relates to a complaint or an ‘expression of dissatisfaction’
about the service you have received from Durham Constabulary or about a
specific officer of member of police staff, please forward your concerns
on to the Constabulary Complaints Department by emailing
[email address].

A member of this Complaints Team will contact you to help resolve your
concerns.  

 

If you need to contact Durham Constabulary then please call 101 or dial
999 in an emergency.

 

For further news and up-to-date information, please visit the ODPCVC
website. https://www.durham-pcc.gov.uk/Home.aspx

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