Childrens residential care home call outs for Stillington Village, and Hartburn
Dear Cleveland Police,
Under the FOI act 2000 I would like to request details to confirm the number of call outs, reasons and outcomes made to Cleveland Police to the residential childrens care homes in Stillington Village, and Hartburn Stockton on Tees in the last 12 months
I look forward to your response.
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Dear Mr/Ms Brown,
Enquiry Ref: 12296/2020
I write in connection with your request for information dated 14th October 2020 and received by this office on that date. Below are the questions raised in your request and our response.
Number of call outs over the last 12 months to the Residential childrens homes at Stillington Village & Hartburn Stockton on Tees.
a) We have made enquiries with the Force Analysts and they have provide the below information for the previous 12 months (1st October 2019 to 30th October 2020 - inclusive) Please note we are only able to provide the number of reported incidents (some of which may not have required police attendance) at each of the homes.
Residential childrens home Stillington Village – 55 reported crimes and 200 reported incidents Residential childrens home Hartburn, Stockton on Tees – 2 reported crimes and 2 reported incidents at the residential home in Hartburn over the 12 month period
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Ms E McGuigan
Freedom of Information Decision Maker
Directorate of Standards and Ethics
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