Capita Policy for TV Licensing Prosecutions

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Dear British Broadcasting Corporation,

Please provide the latest edition of the Capita Policy for TV Licensing Prosecutions. For the avoidance of doubt, the document I refer to can be viewed at this URL
I assume that it has been updated since 2013 and require the latest version of this document or it's equivalent.

Yours faithfully,

Karin Mabberley

FOI Enquiries, British Broadcasting Corporation

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Dear Karin Mabberley


Thank you for your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000, as detailed in your email. Your request was received
on 16/02/2018.  We will deal with your request as promptly as possible,
and at the latest within 20 working days. If you have any queries about
your request, please contact us at the address below.


The reference number for your request is RFI20180317.


Kind regards,



Information Rights


BBC Freedom of Information

BC2 A4, Broadcast Centre

201 Wood Lane

London W12 7TP



Email: [2][BBC request email]


Tel: 020 8008 2882





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FOI Enquiries, British Broadcasting Corporation

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Dear Ms Mabberley,


Please find attached the response to your request for information,
reference RFI20180317.


Yours sincerely


BBC Information Policy and Compliance

Room BC2 A4

Broadcast Centre

White City


W12 7TS



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Email: [2]mailto:[BBC request email]


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Dear FOI Enquiries,

I am prevented from downloading the document at the link provided because I do not have and do not wish to install Adobe reader. All modern browsers are capable of opening PDF documents and I question the BBCs reason for forcing members of the public to use a proprietary product to gain access to information that should be in the public domain.

Kindly make the information available either by attaching the PDF to your reply or providing a link where the PDF may be downoaded without the Adobe tie-in.

Yours sincerely,

Karin Mabberley