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

Dear Cleveland Police,

Please could I access the following information;
1a. A list of all buildings occupied by Cleveland Police Staff/Officers
1b. The address including full postcodes of these locations.
1c; Whether these buildings are owned, rented or leased by Cleveland Police.
1d. The teams/departments occupying each building.
2a. A list of all building formerly occupied by Cleveland Police that have been disposed of since 2010.
2b. The date of which they were disposed.
2c. For how much there were sold (if applicable).
3a. What estate assets are proposed for future disposal.
3b. The date by which disposal is proposed.
3c. Are these assets currently being marketed for sale.

Yours faithfully,

T.Roberts

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Freedom of Information, Cleveland Police

Dear T Roberts,

Enquiry Ref: 12658/2021

I acknowledge receipt of your request for information dated 24th February 2021 and received by this office on that date.

As set out by the Freedom of Information Act it will be our aim to respond to your request within 20 working days that is by 25th March 2021. In some cases, however, we may be unable to achieve this deadline and would hope to contact you should this be the case.

Although every effort will be made to ensure a response is provided within statutory deadlines, due to current circumstances delays may be unavoidable. We apologise for any inconvenience and will endeavour to process your request as quickly as is practicable.

Please note the ‘working day’ is defined as any day other than a Saturday, a Sunday, or a day which is a bank holiday in any part of the United Kingdom. The first reckonable day is the first working day after receipt.

If you have any questions regarding your request please contact this office.

Yours sincerely,

Ms E McGuigan
Freedom of Information Decision Maker
Directorate of Standards and Ethics
Cleveland Community Safety Hub | 1 Cliffland Way | Hemlington | TS8 9GL
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Freedom of Information, Cleveland Police

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Dear Mr/Ms Roberts

Enquiry Reference: 12658 -21

I write in connection with regards to your request received in this office on 24th February. I note you seek the following:

Please could I access the following information;
1a. A list of all buildings occupied by Cleveland Police Staff/Officers
a) See attached document.
1b. The address including full postcodes of these locations.
a) See attached document.
1c; Whether these buildings are owned, rented or leased by Cleveland Police.
a) See attached document.
1d. The teams/departments occupying each building.
a) See below
2a. A list of all building formerly occupied by Cleveland Police that have been disposed of since 2010.
2b. The date of which they were disposed.
a) Yarm police station 17.11.2014, 1st floor Portrack community office, 24.10.2013, 2 Fairfield Road 24.4.2016, Kirkleatham VPU May 2014, Berwick Hills Housing office 13.3.2017, Ormesby stables 01.08.2016, Teesside Airport 31.3.2017, 173 York Road, Hartlepool, 73-75 Jutland Road Hartlepool, Nov 2014, 30 Miers Ave, Hartlepool 28.2.2015, Ladgate lane Aug 2018 all leased apart from Ladgate lane.
2c. For how much there were sold (if applicable).
a) Ladgate lane £17 Million
3a. What estate assets are proposed for future disposal.
a) Thornaby
3b. The date by which disposal is proposed.
a) May 2021
3c. Are these assets currently being marketed for sale.
a) Currently on sale waiting for completion.

Cleveland Police can neither confirm nor deny that it holds the information relevant to your request as the duty in Section 1(1) (a) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 does not apply, by virtue of the following exemptions:

Section 31(1) (a) & (b) Law Enforcement;
This should not be taken as an indication that the information you have requested is or is not held by Cleveland Police.

Section 31 is a prejudiced based qualified exemption and there is a requirement for us to evidence harm in confirming or denying whether information is held and also to consider the public interest.

Factors favouring Disclosure:
The Police Service is charged with enforcing the law, preventing and detecting crime and protecting the communities we serve and there is a public interest in the transparency of policing operations to ensure investigations, enquiries, etc. are dealt with appropriately.
Factors favouring Non-Disclosure:
To disclose the locations of certain departments could impact on the ability of Cleveland Police to carry out effective policing as to identify the exact location could provide members of the criminal fraternity an insight to the numbers of staff and the security measures in place at the location. This could potentially undermine investigations therefore hindering the prevention or detection of crime.
Balancing Test:
To confirm or deny of whether any other information is held regarding the tenure and location of properties would undoubtedly compromise the ability to deliver effective law enforcement. In as much as there is public interest in knowing about the location and use of police buildings it is our opinion that for these issues the balancing test for disclosure is not made out.

The Cleveland Police response to your request is unique and it should be noted that Police Forces do not use generic systems or identical procedures to capture and record data therefore responses from Cleveland Police should not be used as a comparison with any other force response you receive.

If you are not satisfied with this response or any actions taken in dealing with your request you have the right to request an independent internal review of your case under our review procedure. The APP College of Policing guidance states that a request for internal review should be made within 20 working days of the date on this response or 40 working days if extenuating circumstances to account for the delay can be evidenced.

We have made every effort to ensure a response was provided within statutory deadlines, however due to current circumstances delays have been unavoidable. If your response was late we apologise for any inconvenience it may have caused.

If we can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact this office.

Yours sincerely

Mrs M Johnson
Freedom of Information Decision Maker
Department of Standard & Ethics | 1 Cliffland Way | Hemlington | TS8 9GL

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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 ywT.Roberts mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.