Your response to Baroness Jones letter

Amanda Hart made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

FoI request: Please kindly provide a *redacted* copy of your response to Baroness Jones' that she sent to you this year asking whether officers witnessed the event on 20 May 2020, and if so whether they reported it.

Notes: We are aware this may be considered exempt which is why we expect most of this response communication to be redacted *with the exception* of the sentences in which you answered her question of whether officers witnessed the event on 20 May 2020 due to the enormous public interest. We are clearly NOT asking any other information except for where you answer the specific question in the communication to Baroness Jones.

For public reference: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/ho...

Yours faithfully,

Amanda Hart
for Stop UK lies and Corruption.

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Good morning Ms Hart,

Our ref: 01/FOI/22/024165

Thank you for your e-mail and please see the attached acknowledgement in respect of your request.

With kind regards,

Data Office Triage Team
Data Governance
Data Office
Metropolitan Police Service
Email: [email address]
Core location: P.O. Box 313, Sidcup, DA15 0HH

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Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)'s handling of my FOI request 'Your response to Baroness Jones letter'. Ref 01/FOI/22/024165.

We understand there may be a delay in providing this information, but as there have been no changes to the time limits at which we can request an internal review, it must be entered today.

You have breached Section 10 of the FoIA.
Section 10 of the Act sets out the time frames within which a public authority must respond to an FOIA request.

* It applies whenever the public authority has:
- a duty under section 1(1)(a) confirm or deny whether the information is held;
- a duty under section 1(1)(b) to provide information that is held to the requester;
- a duty under section 17 to issue a refusal notice explaining why a request has been refused.
* Authorities must respond to requests promptly, and by the twentieth working day following the date of receipt of the request.
* A working day is any day other than a Saturday, Sunday, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a day which is a bank holiday under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 in any part of the United Kingdom.
* Where required, an authority may claim a reasonable extension of time to consider the public interest test. An extension beyond an additional 20 working days should be exceptional.

You are also reminded it is the Information Commissioner who recommends internal reviews are requested when authorities fail to comply with the Freedom of Information Act. They state it is your chance to report on what went wrong and they see it as your opportunity to set things right.

You are under no legal obligation to complete an internal review, but it is considered 'good practice' to do so as it will help you to avoid further breaches. Should you inform us that you are not completing one, or claim there "is nothing to review", there is no further legal requirement for us to wait any longer. Be advised we would then pass the matter directly to the Information Commissioner.

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

Yours faithfully,

Amanda Hart
for Stop UK lies and Corruption.

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

Thank you for your email to the Metropolitan Police Service Data Office.

 

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this department is closed during bank holidays.

A response will follow in due course.

 

We do receive a very high volume of requests and although we endeavour to
respond to all of them as quickly as possible, there may, at times, be a
few days turnaround time, should that be the case with regards to
responding to your email, we do respectfully ask you to bear with us while
we clear all the emails we received prior to yours.

 

The following applications are currently processed through the Data Office
Triage Team mailbox:

 

• Right of Access Requests (Formerly Subject Access Requests)

 

• Freedom of Information Act Requests

 

• Association of British Insurers/NPCC Memorandum of Understanding
requests

 

• Right to Erasure and Right to Rectification Requests

 

• Requests under the Environmental Information Regulations 2000 (EIR)

 

 

Please visit www.met.police.uk for enquiries relating to:

 

I.            Road Traffic Collisions,

II.           Sarah’s Law – Registered sex offender data

III.          Clare’s Law – Domestic violence offender data

IV.         Disclosures for family court proceedings

V.           Publication Scheme and statistics

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Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Dear Ms Hart,

 

Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay in responding to your
request for information and for any inconvenience caused as a result.

 

I am still awaiting a response from the responsible unit.  I have
followed-up again today and hope to receive a reply soon.

 

Thank you for your patience in the matter.

 

Kind regards,

 

S. Mason

Information Manager

Metropolitan Police Service

Email: [1][email address]

Core Location: New Peel House, Hendon

 

 

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Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Good afternoon,

Please refer to the attached response letter in relation to your internal review request.

Your unique case reference number for your review is: 01/FOI/22/024756.

When responding, please ensure you reply to [email address] only.

Kind regards,

KH

On behalf of
Data Office - Triage Team
Information Rights Unit
Metropolitan Police Service
PO Box 313, Sidcup, DA15 0HH
📧 [email address]

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Cyclops on behalf of Yvette Taylor, Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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      Official

 

Information Rights Unit
PO Box 313
Sidcup
DA15 0HH

 

Email: [1][The Met request email]

 

[2]www.met.police.uk

 

Your ref: 
Our ref: 01/FOI/22/024756

 

27/05/2022

 

 

 
 

 

Dear Ms Hart

 

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 01/FOI/22/024756

 

Please see the attached in respect of your Freedom of Information request
referenced above.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Yvette Taylor

 

 

      Official

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Report to ICO if no satisfactory response by 14th June 2022.

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Dear Ms Hart,

 

Please find attached response to your request for information, with our
sincere apologies for the delay and any inconvenience caused as a result.

 

Kind regards,

 

S. Mason

Information Manager

Metropolitan Police Service

Email: [1][email address]

Core Location: New Peel House, Hendon

 

 

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