Running costs of RADIO COMMUNICATION equipment

paul made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit
This authority is not subject to FOI law, so is not legally obliged to respond (manylion).


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Dear National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit,

Would you please provide information concerning the following;

1. The total running cost of 1 TETRA HANDHELD TERMINAL for a period
of 1 year.

2. The total running cost of ALL TETRA TERMINALS this includes
HANDHELDS, MOBILE, BASE UNITS ETC for a period of 1 year.

3. The total running cost of the old style ANALOGUE RADIO
HANDHELD TERMINAL for a period of one year prior to the
introduction of the digital network.

4. The total running cost of ALL ANALOGUE RADIO TERMINALS this
includes HANDHELDS, MOBILE, BASE UNITS, REPEATERS ETC for a period
of 1 year, this is prior to the introduction of the digital
network.

5. The total running cost of ALL TETRA TERMINALS this includes
HANDHELDS, MOBILE, BASE UNITS ETC since your force changed to the
AIRWAVE/TETRA network. This is not to include the initial purchase
of terminals but is to include any other costs incurred in gaining
access to network.

6. The total running cost of of ALL ANALOGUE RADIO TERMINALS this
includes HANDHELDS, MOBILE, BASE UNITS, REPEATERS ETC for a period
matching the timescale of Q5. i.e. if your force has only been on
the AIRWAVE/TETRA network for 2 years and 4mths please only give
the running costs for 2 years and 4 mths of the analogue system.

7. The total amount of TETRA TERMINALS that have been reported as
being lost QTY & £.

8. The total amount of ANALOGUE RADIOS that were reported as being
lost QTY & £ for a period matching the timescale of Q7.

Yours faithfully,

paul

National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit

I have been forwarded the request you made to NETCU, via ACPO, regarding
the running costs of radio communication equipment.

Under the FOIA organisations listed in Schedule 1 to the Act - either by
name or by a description - have to provide public access to information
they hold.

NETCU is not a public authority as defined by Schedule 1 of the FOIA.
Therefore there are currently no obligations on NETCU to disclose
information under the Act.

However, in the spirit of the Act, NETCU will consider all requests for
information and aim to make available as much information that it properly
can. (http://www.netcu.org.uk/about/foi.jsp).

In relation to this query, as a non-operational police unit, NETCU does
not have any Tetra or analogue handheld radio terminals.

Thanks

Sarah

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