CCTV released to the public

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Dear Northamptonshire Police,

In the last year how many times has CCTV footage been released to the public and what crimes were committed for the CCTV to be released

Yours faithfully,

T A Hillyer

Kelly Ian, Northamptonshire Police

Dear Mr Hillyer

RE: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - REQUEST FOR INFORMATION Our Ref: 003907/15

I write in reply to your e-mail received 19/10/2015 requesting information as reproduced below.

Our reference for the request is 003907/15.

Your request is being processed and you may expect a reply within 20 working days, which will be 17/11/2015. In some circumstances we may not be able to achieve this timescale, but if this is likely to be the case you will be informed at the earliest opportunity and given a revised timescale.

Yours sincerely

C1507 Ian Kelly | Freedom of Information and Data Protection Team Leader
Information Unit
Tel: 101 Ext 346940
[email address]
Force Headquarters, Wootton Hall, Northampton, NN4 0JQ
If calling from outside Northamptonshire please call 03000 111 222
Northamptonshire Police: Putting Communities First

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Kelly Ian, Northamptonshire Police

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Dear Mr Hillyer   

 

RE: FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 - REQUEST FOR INFORMATION Our Ref:
003907/15

 

With reference to your e-mail received 19/10/2015 requesting information
as reproduced below:

 

In the last year how many times has CCTV footage been released to the
public and what crimes were committed for the CCTV to be released

 

I can confirm that Northamptonshire Police holds the information requested
as follows:

 

CCTV has been released on 53 occasions. The offence types that were under
investigation were:

 

Assault

Burglary

Criminal Damage

Driving offence

Fraud

Incident of concern

Indecent exposure

Murder

Robbery

Theft

 

I trust you find this information to be satisfactory but if you have any
further queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

 

Northamptonshire Police provides a review and appeals procedure within the
terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. If you decide to make an
appeal and, having followed the full process you are still dissatisfied,
you will then have the right to direct your comments to the Information
Commissioner who will give due consideration to the matter. See Appendix
'a' attached.

 

Yours sincerely

 

C1507 Ian Kelly | Freedom of Information and Data Protection Team Leader
Information Unit
Tel: 101 Ext 346940
[1][email address
Force Headquarters, Wootton Hall, Northampton, NN4 0JQ
If calling from outside Northamptonshire please call 03000 111 222
Northamptonshire Police: Putting Communities First

 

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