Dear Humberside Police,

As part of ongoing data sharing protocols, incidents stored either on a log or the Force Crime System (FCS) relating to slavery and human trafficking are shared with the Home Office for reporting purposes.

Please provide the number of incident reports logged by your constabulary under the following opening codes between the periods of 1 June 2019 and September 31 2019.

N200/01 - NRM referral pending reasonable grounds decision
N200/02 – NRM referral negative reasonable grounds decision
N200/03 – NRM referral - Duty to notify only
N200/04 – NRM referral – Positive reasonable Grounds/Police Referral – Outside England and Wales
N200/05 – NRM referral – Negative reasonable Grounds – Outside England/Wales
N200/06 –NRM referral – transferred to another force in England and Wales

Please note that logged incidents should not be omitted on the basis of their eventual recording status. This request is for incident reports that fit the above criteria, which may or may not eventually be recorded.

Kind regards,
M Esslemont

Information Compliance, Humberside Police

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Dear Information Compliance,

Thank you for acknowledging my FOI, viewable here, in the absence of a reference number: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/m...

I wish to raise a time complaint, which I will be happy to withdraw upon the provision of a revised time frame by which to expect this request.

I would also like to add a point of clarification, that I request this data as separate figures according to each opening code rather than as one amalgamated figure. Please do not hesitate to contact me if further clarification is needed.

Yours faithfully,
M Esslemont

Information Compliance, Humberside Police

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Livingston, Adele 9353, Humberside Police

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Good morning

Please find our response attached.

Kind regards,

Adele Livingston
Information Compliance Officer

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Dear Humberside Police,

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

I request an internal review of FOI request 'Modern Slavery incidents', case ref 02688, on the basis that insufficient information was provided, and that this was not issued within the 20 working day deadline.

On 14 October, I requested the number of modern slavery incidents according to a set number of opening codes. On 8 November, you failed to provide a response to my initial inquiry, nor did you outline a revised time by which I could expect a response in light of your delay.

On November 14th, I sent a prompt. Within this prompt I offered an additional formatting clarification, unprompted, in order to ensure that data was disaggregated by each opening code. No request for clarification was made by Humberside Police as to the formatting of this response. On the same day, I received a confirmation that this correspondence was received.

On 29 November, a considerable amount of time after the deadline for providing this information - and 12 working days after you confirmed that you had received my clarification - you have provided one amalgamated figure for all opening codes without disaggregating by opening code type. There is no way that the resource implication for outlining the opening code of the 1 identified case could justify the ommission of this data, after such a considerable delay in complying.

I am lodging a complaint with the ICO on the basis that you have not provided me with the corresponding opening code I requested. However, I will rescind this complaint once this information is provided.

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

Yours faithfully,

M Esslemont

Information Compliance, Humberside Police

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Boynton, Sian 8066, Humberside Police

Good Afternoon

An internal review has been made.

I have liaised with the relevant section and can confirm that there was only one incident and the opening code was N200/1

Please accept my apology for the delay in responding to your request. The Information Compliance Unit has received an unprecedented number of requests over the last year, which has caused a significant backlog. Measures have now been put in place, including the addition and training of more staff which should enable us to respond more promptly to your future requests

Yours sincerely

Sian Boynton
Information Compliance Officer
Data Protection/Freedom of Information
Humberside Police

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