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FOI request school patrol officers

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Dear Bristol City Council,

Please can you help me with the following Freedom of Information Act request?

- In the financial year 2009/10, or if this information is not held in the most recent year prior to 2018/19 for which figures are available, how many School Crossing Patrol Officers (or persons with equivalent job titles) were employed by the authority?

- How many Full Time Equivalent hours did they work over the course of the year?

- How many School Crossing Patrol Officers (or persons with equivalent job titles) were employed by the authority in 2018/19?

- How many Full Time Equivalent hours did they work over the course of the year?

Yours faithfully,

Jon Parker-Dean

Bristol City Council

1 Atodiad

 
Dear Jon Parker-Dean
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information received on 13 November 2019. I
can confirm that the information requested is held by Bristol City
Council. I have detailed below the information that is being released to
you. 
 
In 2009/10 Bristol City Council had funding for 80 school crossing
patrols, averaging 10 hours per week each.    In 2018/19 this figure was
60 SCPs  averaging 10 hours per week each.   
Please note that this is the number of positions we have funding for and
this may vary from the number who are employed. The number employed will
vary throughout the year owing to vacancies so it is not possible to give
a single figure for a given year.   We endeavour maintain SCPs at all of
our sites but are finding it increasingly difficult to recruit and retain
staff.

 

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Matthew Barrett
 
 
Bristol City Council
 
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