Ministry of Defence
London SW1A 2HB
7 June 2021
Dear Ceri Gibbons
Thank you for your email of 7 May requesting the following information:
“1. A list of all editions of "JSP 510. International Defence Training" with dates of their release.
2. A copy of the latest edition of "JSP 510. International Defence Training." ”
I am treating your correspondence as a request for information under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA).
A search for the information has now been completed within the Ministry of Defence, and I can
confirm that some information in scope of your request is held.
The information you have requested in Part 1 can be found at annex A, and the information
requested in Part 2 is enclosed. For Part 1, only information dating back to Nov 2007 is held. Some
of the information requested in Part 2 falls entirely within the scope of the absolute exemptions
provided for at section 40 (Personal Data) of the FOIA and has been redacted.
Section 40(2) has been applied to some of the information in order to protect personal information
as governed by the Data Protection Act 1998. Section 40 is an absolute exemption and there is
therefore no requirement to consider the public interest in making a decision to withhold the
information. In particular, it has been applied to direct contact details for individuals, which were
contained in the requested document.
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Security, Policy and Operations
Below is a list of all the editions of JSP 510 (International Defence Training), as their version
number and date of release. Information for editions before this is not held. Version Number
Date of Release