Arrests under the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016

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Dear Humberside Police,

Please provide the number of arrests made under the Psychoactive Substances Act since May 2016, broken down by month and by the offence suspected of being committed. This information should be available by conducting a search of the NSPIS for CJS codes that begin with ‘PS160’.

Please also provide the number of these arrests where nitrous oxide was the substance in question. This information should be available by searching the above records for the following terms:

Laughing gas
Nitrous oxide
NOS
NO2
Canisters
Gas canisters
Balloons

Please provide the requested data in Excel format.

Yours faithfully,

Mark Wilding

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Vines, Lisa 8427, Humberside Police

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27 April, 2018

Dear Mr Wilding,

Thank you for your request for information dated 09 April, 2018 concerning Please provide the number of arrests made under the Psychoactive Substances Act since May 2016, broken down by month and by the offence suspected of being committed..

This is to inform you that all information relating to your request has been considered and a relevant response has been attached.

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Yours sincerely,

Lisa Vines
Information Compliance Officer

Humberside Police
Corporate Development Branch
Information Compliance Unit

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Dear Ms. Vines,

Thanks very much for your response.

Yours sincerely,

Mark Wilding