Request for police officers with medical training for Surrey Police

Martin Metcalf made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner

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Dear Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner,

Please detail how many police officers in the rank of Inspector, Sergeant and Constable Surrey Police employ. Please include special Constables and a breakdown of their respective ranks.

Please detail what first aid training and/or advanced medical training is required for the ranks of Inspectors, Sergeants and Constables both regular and special.

Please detail whether there are differences in training dependant on specialist qualification (eg. RPU, Firearms, Dog Handlers, UC etc.).

Please provide a breakdown of how many officers are in date with their first aid/medical training.

For those that are not in date with their first aid/medical training please provide reasons as to why they are not compliant.

Please provide a breakdown of medical aid rendered by Surrey Police Officers for the financial years 2015/2016/2017.

Please provide a breakdown of how many Officers rendered medical aid without being current on their medical training.

Of those incidents where medical aid was rendered by Officers not current with their medical training, please provide a breakdown of those patients who subsequently died or had life changing injuries after incidents in which Surrey Police were involved (eg. pursuits/ attendance at RTCs with KSI, Firearms/Taser use, Police Dog incidents etc).

Yours faithfully,

Martin Metcalf

!SurreyPCC (Surrey),

Dear Mr Metcalf,

Thank you for your email.

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!Freedom of Information (Surrey),

Dear Mr. Metcalf,

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 165-18-249

I write in connection with your recent F.o.I. request which was received
6^th March, 2018. I note you are seeking access to the following
information:

Please detail how many police officers in the rank of Inspector, Sergeant
and Constable Surrey Police employ. Please include special Constables and
a breakdown of their respective ranks.

Please detail what first aid training and/or advanced medical training is
required for the ranks of Inspectors, Sergeants and Constables both
regular and special.

Please detail whether there are differences in training dependant on
specialist qualification (eg. RPU, Firearms, Dog Handlers, UC etc.).

Please provide a breakdown of how many officers are in date with their
first aid/medical training.

For those that are not in date with their first aid/medical training
please provide reasons as to why they are not compliant.

Please provide a breakdown of medical aid rendered by Surrey Police
Officers for the financial years 2015/2016/2017.

Please provide a breakdown of how many Officers rendered medical aid
without being current on their medical training.

Of those incidents where medical aid was rendered by Officers not current
with their medical training, please provide a breakdown of those patients
who subsequently died or had life changing injuries after incidents in
which Surrey Police were involved (eg. pursuits/ attendance at RTCs with
KSI, Firearms/Taser use, Police Dog incidents etc).

Your request will now be considered in accordance with the Freedom of
Information Act 2000. You will receive a response within the statutory
timescales of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject to the
information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third party.
In some circumstances Surrey Police may be unable to achieve this
deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
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Surrey Police.

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or contact us or telephone on 01483 - 630007 quoting the reference number
above.

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Dear Martin Metcalf

 

Please find attached your response and appeals notice.

 

Regards

Fiona Burn

Information Access Team

Service Quality/DCC Command

Surrey Police

Tel – 101 extn 30007

•         Address – Information Access Team, Surrey Police, PO Box 101,
Guildford, GU1 9PE

 

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