PNC & victims of crime

Diane Taylor made this Freedom of Information request to Greater Manchester Police

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Greater Manchester Police Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Greater Manchester Police,

please can you respond to the following questions.

1) How many victims of crime reported the crime they were a victim of to you in the last three months for which figures are available?

2) What is the ethnic, gender and nationality breakdown of those victims of crime?

3) Of those victims of crime who reported crimes to you in the last three months for which statistics are available how many did you conduct Police National computer checks on?

4) What is the ethnic, gender and nationality breakdown of those victims of crime who reported crimes to you in the last three months for which statistics are available who you conducted Police National Computer checks on?

Yours faithfully,

Diane Taylor

Greater Manchester Police

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Greater Manchester Police

Dear Diane,

 

Further to your FOI request dated 25/01/2018, and you requested the
following:

 

1) How many victims of crime reported the crime they were a victim of to
you in the last three months for which figures are available?

 

2) What is the ethnic, gender and nationality breakdown of those victims
of crime?

 

3) Of those victims of crime who reported crimes to you in the last three
months for which statistics are available  how many did you conduct Police
National computer checks on?

 

4) What is the ethnic, gender and nationality breakdown of those victims
of crime who reported crimes to you in the last three months for which
statistics are available who you conducted Police National Computer checks
on?

 

Please be more specific as to what type of crime you are referring to in
particular, for example, Theft, Robbery, Burglary, Assault, Deception,
Fraud etc.

Bearing in mind that many hundreds of crimes are recorded monthly by GMP.

 

Please respond to this clarification request by 02/02/2018, if we do not
hear from you by this date we will assume you do not require a response
and your request will be cancelled.

 

Kind regards

 

 

Steve Broadbent

Information Compliance and Records Management Unit

Information Services Branch - Business Operations

Greater Manchester Police

c/o Openshaw Complex, Lawton Street, Manchester M11 2NS

 

 

 

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Dear Greater Manchester Police,

I would like information relating to all recorded crime. If this exceeds the 18-hour limit please can you narrow down the period of time you provide data for to whatever falls within the 18-hour time limit.

Thanks

Yours faithfully,

Diane Taylor

Greater Manchester Police

2 Atodiad

Dear Diane,

Further to you FOI request dated 25/01/2018, please refer to the attached documents.

Kind regards

Steve Broadbent
ICRMU Bolton

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