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Section 127 arrests and prosecutions

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Dear Northamptonshire Police,

Please can you provide the annual count for your Constabulary of arrests, charges, number of assailants released on bail or released without charge, and successful and non-successful prosecutions (those that went to Court but were dismissed) under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 from its introduction in 2003 to date - specifically with reference to social media communications, i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

If 2018 information is not yet fully available, please identify what is currently available and provide as much as possible if you could.

Yours faithfully,

Alex Morris
Politics Student

Dear Northamptonshire Police,

Upon receiving information from another Constabulary, I would like to amend this FOI in order to keep it within your time limits, and to enable it to be easier for you to work with.
If you use the Home Office Counting Rules, please use 8/72: ‘Sending letters etc with intent to cause anxiety.’ Again, I would like the number of arrests and charges per annum from 2003 to date. I understand that this may not have been a notifiable crime prior to 2015, but I would still like the number of arrests and numbers in custody prior to this time, categorised under this 8/72 counting rule; as well as the crime count for 2015 to date (as well as arrest and charge count – just to clarify).
Please ignore the part of the FOI requesting information on prosecution. I will attempt to request this separately from HMCTS.

Yours faithfully,

Alex Morris

Dear Northamptonshire Police,

The legislated time for a response to this FOI request has now passed. Can you provide me with an update please?

Yours faithfully,

Alex Morris

Barrett Anthony,

Dear Sir/Madam

PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS

Thank you for your email. The current delays with responses to Freedom of Information requests are due to resourcing and an increased volume, this is being addressed but it will be some time before we are able to catch up. The ICO are aware of our situation however if you wish to make your case know to them, please contact them at https://ico.org.uk/

All requests will be responded to unless we are advised that the information is no longer required.

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Dear Barrett Anthony,

Apologies, but it's now over a month since the last response. I'd appreciate an update please and an estimated time to receive the information.

Yours sincerely,

Alex Morris

Barrett Anthony,

Dear Sir /Madam

Please see previous response

PLEASE DO NOT RESPOND TO THIS EMAIL ADDRESS

Thank you for your email. The current delays with responses to Freedom of Information requests are due to resourcing and an increased volume, this is being addressed but it will be some time before we are able to catch up. The ICO are aware of our situation however if you wish to make your case know to them, please contact them at https://ico.org.uk/

All requests will be responded to unless we are advised that the information is no longer required.

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Dear Northamptonshire Police,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Northamptonshire Police's handling of my FOI request 'Section 127 arrests and prosecutions'.

This request is well overdue and I would like to raise it for an internal review, please.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s...

Yours faithfully,

Alex Morris

Lobb David,

1 Atodiad

 

 

Dear  Alex Morris,

RE: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - REQUEST FOR INFORMATION  Our Ref:
002363/19

 

With reference to your e-mail received 14/02/2019 requesting information:

 

Please can you provide the annual count for your Constabulary of arrests,
charges, number of assailants released on bail or released without charge,
and successful and non-successful prosecutions (those that went to Court
but were dismissed) under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 from
its introduction in 2003 to date - specifically with reference to social
media communications, i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

 

If 2018 information is not yet fully available, please identify what is
currently available and provide as much as possible if you could.

 

 

This is to inform you that Northamptonshire Police will not be able to
complete the response to your request within 20 working days. However,
every effort will be made to ensure that you receive an appropriate
response as soon as possible. The ICO is aware and we are currently
enacting a recovery plan.

 

On behalf of Northamptonshire Police, I do apologise for any inconvenience
that may be caused by this delay and if you wish to discuss this any
further then please contact the undersigned.

 

Northamptonshire Police provides a review and appeals procedure within the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If you decide to make an
appeal and, having followed the full process you are still dissatisfied,
you will then have the right to direct your comments to the Information
Commissioner who will give due consideration to the matter. See Appendix
'a' attached.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

David Lobb

DC0596| Freedom of Information Officer and Researcher

Force Information Unit | Professional Standards Department

Northamptonshire Police

 

Telephone: 101 | Ext No. 343701 - (If calling from outside
Northamptonshire, please call 03000 111 222)

Email:  [1][email address] Address: Force Headquarters,
Wootton Hall, Wootton Hall Park, Northampton NN4 0JQ

 

Northamptonshire Police "Putting Communities First"

 

The content of this email should be treated as RESTRICTED unless otherwise
indicated

 

 

 

 

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Broughton Catherine (Volunteer),

Dear Alex Morris

Thank you for your Freedom Of Information request ref 002363/19.

I write to advise you that there is a substantial backlog in
processing Freedom of Information Requests. Regrettably, one of the
delayed requests is yours. Northamptonshire Police would like to apologise
for that delay. To improve this situation we have been working closely
with the Information Commissioners Office.

The force is attempting to provide a long term solution to this problem
and in the interim we are taking action to deal with the backlog and put
in place a more resilient service. To assist in making those improvements
and in support of meeting future demands, we would ask that if you
no-longer require our response could you please advise us as such by
return of this email.

Your assistance in this matter would be very much appreciated, helping us
to improve our response times for future requests. If we have not received
a response from you by 29/07/2019 we will assume that you still require a
response and will look to provide it in due course.

 

 

Yours Sincerely

 

Freedom of Information Officer

Northamptonshire Police

 

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Barrie Gemma,

2 Atodiad

Dear Mr Morris   

 

RE: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - REQUEST FOR INFORMATION Our Ref: 002363/19

 

With reference to your e-mails received 13/02/2019 and 16/02/2019
requesting information as reproduced below:

 

Please can you provide the annual count for your Constabulary of arrests,
charges, number of assailants released on bail or released without charge,
and successful and non-successful prosecutions (those that went to Court
but were dismissed) under Section 127 of the Communications Act 2003 from
its introduction in 2003 to date - specifically with reference to social
media communications, i.e. Facebook, Twitter, etc.

 

If 2018 information is not yet fully available, please identify what is
currently available and provide as much as possible if you could.

 

Revised Request

 

If you use the Home Office Counting Rules, please use 8/72: ‘Sending
letters etc with intent to cause anxiety.’ Again, I would like the number
of arrests and charges per annum from 2003 to date. I understand that this
may not have been a notifiable crime prior to 2015, but I would still like
the number of arrests and numbers in custody prior to this time,
categorised under this 8/72 counting rule; as well as the crime count for
2015 to date (as well as arrest and charge count – just to clarify).
Please ignore the part of the FOI requesting information on prosecution. I
will attempt to request this separately from HMCTS.

 

I can confirm that Northamptonshire Police holds the information requested
in the attached document.

 

I trust you find this information to be satisfactory but if you have any
further queries please do not hesitate to contact me. On behalf of
Northamptonshire Police I would like to apologise for the delay in getting
this information to you.

 

Northamptonshire Police provides a review and appeals procedure within the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If you decide to make an
appeal and, having followed the full process you are still dissatisfied,
you will then have the right to direct your comments to the Information
Commissioner who will give due consideration to the matter. See Appendix
'a' attached.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Gemma Barrie

C1374 Gemma Barrie| Freedom of Information Officer and Researcher

Force Information Unit | Professional Standards Department

Northamptonshire Police

 

Telephone: 101 | Ext No. 343701 - (If calling from outside
Northamptonshire, please call 03000 111 222)

Email: [1][email address]

Address: Force Headquarters, Wootton Hall, Wootton Hall Park, Northampton
NN4 0JQ

 

Northamptonshire Police "Putting Communities First"

 

The content of this email should be treated as RESTRICTED unless otherwise
indicated

 

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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 ywAlex Morris mewngofnodwch a gadael i bawb wybod.