Policing costs at football matches

Stephen Brown made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Grampian Joint Police Board

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Dear Grampian Joint Police Board,
Can you tell me the costs of policing the football matches between Aberdeen and Celtic last season [2010\2011]

Yours faithfully,

Stephen Brown

GJPB GJPB, Grampian Joint Police Board

Dear Mr Brown

I am writing to confirm that Grampian Joint Police Board (GJPB)
received your request for information under the Freedom of Information
(Scotland) Act 2005 (FOISA) on 26th October 2011.

GJPB does not hold the information requested. Under the terms of
Section 17 of FOISA GJPB is require to provide you with certain
information and this is detailed below under the "Further Information"
section below.

It may be the case that Grampian Police Force hold information which
could satisfy some of your request. The contact details for Grampian
Police are [email address] or:

Freedom of Information Officer
Information Disclosure Unit
Grampian Police
Woodhill House
Westburn Road
Aberdeen
AB16 5AB

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with his/her request for information under Section 1(1) of the FOISA,
may require GJPB to review its action and/or decisions in relation to
that request.

If you wish GJPB to review its action and/or decisions with respect to
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Board, Grampian Joint Police Board, Business Hub 6, Marischal College,
Broad Street, Aberdeen, AB10 1AB. The Clerk will arrange for your
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The Scottish Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

Scottish Information Commissioner, Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St
Andrews, Fife, KY16 9BS
(Telephone 01334 464610; Fax 01334 464611; Email
[email address]

Yours Sincerely

Grampian Joint Police Board
Business Hub 6
Marischal College
Broad Street
Aberdeen
AB10 1AB

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