51 Warbreck Road, L9

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Dear Merseyside Police,

Can you please supply the following information;

1. The amount of times Merseyside Police have been called out to 51 Warbreck Road, L9 8EF in the last 2 years?

2. The time and date of each call was received?

3. The nature/categorisation of each call out?

No personal details required.

Kind regards,

John Hanlon

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Dear Mr. Hanlon,

 

Response - FOIA Application - DJ 2021 - 0275 MERPOL (please quote in all
correspondence)

 

I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by Merseyside Police.

 

I note that you seek access to the following information:

 

(Paraphrased): Police attendance at a specified address.  

 

Following receipt for your request searches were conducted within the
Merseyside Police to locate information relevant to your request.

 

To locate the information relevant to your request, searches were
conducted in the Force Incident records. 

 

Result of searches.

 

The searches located some records relevant to your request.

 

Decision.

 

I have today decided  to:

 

 

Disclose information related to your applications subject to the deletion
of information pursuant to the provisions of sections 40 ,Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (the Act).

 

Your request for information, in relation to the exempt information, has
been considered and Merseyside Police is not obliged to supply the
information that you have requested.

 

Section 17, Freedom of Information Act, 2000, requires Merseyside Police,
when refusing to provide such information (because the information is
exempt) to provide you the applicant with a notice which:

(a) States that fact,

(b) Specifies the exemption(s) in question and

(c) States (if that would not otherwise be apparent) why the exemption
applies.

 

In respect of the requests, where appropriate, under the duty in section
16 of the Act, the duty to be helpful, I have provided information, shown
as additional information or in the response section which I believe will
be of assistance to you.

 

Please find attached information relating to your request in the schedule
above.

  

Making a complaint or an appeal

 

Your attention is drawn to the sheet attached below which details your
rights of complaint.

 

Should you have any further inquiries concerning this matter, please write
or e-mail me, on the below address, quoting the reference number above.

 

Yours faithfully

 

D Jackson

Disclosure Analyst

Merseyside Police

Data Access Unit

PO BOX 59

LIVERPOOL L69 1JD

Fax: 0151 777 1677

E-mail:  [Merseyside Police request email]

 

Schedule(s) of disclosed information:      Attached at top of e-mail

  

 

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