Details of request “Admissions statistics for Law

Event history

This table shows the technical details of the internal events that happened to this request on WhatDoTheyKnow. This could be used to generate information about the speed with which authorities respond to requests, the number of requests which require a postal response and much more.

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
10215984  set_embargo  2021-10-06 20:45:28 +0100         
10215985  sent  2021-10-06 20:45:28 +0100  waiting_response  2021-10-06 20:45:29 +0100  waiting_response  outgoing  
10224988  response  2021-10-07 08:38:04 +0100    2021-10-07 16:44:41 +0100  waiting_response  incoming  
10226579  status_update  2021-10-07 16:44:41 +0100  waiting_response  2021-10-07 16:44:41 +0100  waiting_response   
10292783  expire_embargo  2021-10-16 06:49:04 +0100         
10404670  response  2021-11-02 13:51:01 +0000        incoming  
11024764  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:18 +0000         
11024765  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:18 +0000         
11024766  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:18 +0000         
11024767  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:18 +0000         
11024768  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:18 +0000         
11024769  edit  2022-02-03 03:52:19 +0000         

Here described means when a user selected a status for the request, and the most recent event had its status updated to that value. calculated is then inferred by WhatDoTheyKnow for intermediate events, which weren't given an explicit description by a user. See the search tips for description of the states.

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