Details of request “Kent Police Authority Common Purpose

Event history

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id event_type created_at described_state last_described_at calculated_state link
500132  sent  2012-02-18 17:07:34 +0000  waiting_response  2012-02-18 17:07:34 +0000  waiting_response  outgoing  
502082  response  2012-02-21 09:01:16 +0000  waiting_response  2012-02-21 20:28:35 +0000  waiting_response  incoming  
502851  followup_sent  2012-02-21 20:30:45 +0000        outgoing  
502991  response  2012-02-22 09:32:14 +0000        incoming  
503954  response  2012-02-23 11:18:06 +0000  waiting_response  2012-02-29 14:23:21 +0000  waiting_response  incoming  
512465  response  2012-03-08 13:14:37 +0000    2012-03-08 14:16:29 +0000  waiting_response  incoming  
512515  comment  2012-03-08 14:16:11 +0000  waiting_response       
2126968  overdue  2012-03-17 00:00:00 +0000         
2216848  very_overdue  2012-04-18 00:00:00 +0100         
819288  comment  2013-09-03 20:42:52 +0100         

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