Administrative Information

Sarah Daniels made this Freedom of Information request to International Policing Assistance Board

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The request was partially successful.

Dear International Policing Assistance Board,

Please provide a current organisation chart
showing names of directors employed / managers employed
title
start dates
salary
perks
pensions
date due to retire

Thanks
Yours faithfully,
Sarah Daniels

info acpo,

Dear Sarah,

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000

Thank you for your request for information, received on 24th June 2011 concerning International Policing Assistance Board which has now been registered and allocated the following reference number: ACPOFOIA_52. Please quote this reference number in all future correspondence.

There is also a need at this point to draw your attention to the fact that ACPO is not yet a designated body covered by the terms of the Freedom of Information legislation. Although it was announced that ACPO would be included, the part V order has yet to be implemented by Parliament. For these reasons it is important that you clearly understand that not being bound by the legislation means that ACPO cannot apply exemptions to disclosure, engage the fees regulations and there is also no recourse from the applicant’s perspective to the Information Commissioners Office.

However, it is the intention of ACPO to comply with the spirit of the legislation and I hope to be in a position to respond to your request no later than Thursday, 21st July 2011 which is within the statutory timescale of 20 working days.

Should you have any queries in the meantime then please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely,

Sharon Lister | Office Manager

Association of Chief Police Officers, 1st Floor,
10 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0NN

T | 020 7084 8955
F | 020 7084 8951
E | [email address]
W|www.acpo.police.uk

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Sharon Lister,

Dear Sarah,

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - application reference: ACPOFOIA_52

Your request for information, received on 24th June 2011 concerning IPAB - Administrative Information has now been considered.

As mentioned in previous correspondence ACPO Is not yet a designated body covered by the terms of the Freedom of Information legislation. Although it was announced that ACPO would be included, the part V order has yet to be implemented by Parliament. For these reasons it is important that you clearly understand that not being bound by the legislation means that ACPO cannot apply exemptions to disclosure, engage fees regulations and there is also no recourse from the applicant's perspective to the Information Commissioners Office.

However, it is the intention of ACPO to comply with the spirit of the legislation.

Applicant Question:

Dear international Policing Assistance Board, please provide a current organisation chart showing names of Directors and Managers (including title) employed;
Start dates;
Salary;
Percs;
Pensions;
Date due to retire.

ACPO Response:

The International Police Assistance Board (IPAB) was set up by the Home Secretary in 2008, formed of several agencies, chaired by ACPO. IPAB members are drawn from the following national organisations:

Association of Chief Police Officers / Scotland (ACPO/S);
Northern Ireland Office;
Scottish Executive;
Home Office;
Foreign and Commonwealth Office;
Cabinet Office;
Ministry of Defence;
Department for International Development;
Stabilisation Unit;
National Policing Improvement Agency;
Metropolitan Police Service;
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary;
Association of Police Authorities.

ACPO does not hold any further information pertaining to your request. I can confirm that ACPO is composed of Chief Police officers of the forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each Chief Police Officer is employed by their home force and that home force will hold employment information for their staff.

http://www.acpo.police.uk/

I have provided a link within this email for your convenience, which directs you to the ACPO homepage on the internet.

Yours sincerely

Sherry Traquair | ACPO Freedom of Information Officer & Decision Maker

Association of Chief Police Officers, 1st Floor,
10 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0NN

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