Common Purpose Training - Past 10 Years

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Dear Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

1. How many staff and contractors did yourselves and all subsidiaries send on Common Purpose training courses in the past 10 years? Please include current and ex- contractors and current and ex-employees.

2. What was the total cost of this? Please give a total including VAT and one not including VAT and confirm if you or any subsidiaries paid VAT.

3. Are yourselves and any subsidiaries aware of any current or ex-employees and current or ex-contractors that took Common Purpose training, but not via yourselves in the past 10 years and if so how many?

Yours faithfully,

Common Law Jurisdiction

Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

Dear Sir/Madam,

We acknowledge receipt of your Freedom of Information Request:

 

1. How many staff and contractors did yourselves and all subsidiaries send
on Common Purpose training courses in the past 10 years? Please include
current and ex- contractors and current and ex-employees.

 

2. What was the total cost of this? Please give a total including VAT and
one not including VAT and confirm if you or any subsidiaries paid VAT.

 

3. Are yourselves and any subsidiaries aware of any current or
ex-employees and current or ex-contractors that took Common Purpose
training, but not via yourselves in the past 10 years and if so how many?

 

Unfortunately your request cannot be progressed until the following point
has been clarified.

 

Under Section 8(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information Act (2000), a request
must state the name of the applicant to be valid.

 

You have only provided a pseudonym. This is not deemed to be the name of
the requester which is required in order to respond to and/or use for
subsequent reference. Therefore, I will not be progressing your request at
this time. However, if you provide your name, I will gladly recognise your
request as being legitimate under the act and process it as appropriate.

 

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has produced the following
guidance on this issue:

[1]https://ico.org.uk/media/for-organisatio...

 

Please make special note of paragraph 106 of the ICO guidance which
states:

 

“106. Requests made through the whatdotheyknow.com website will be valid,
provided the requester supplies their real name and describes the
information concerned.”

 

After receiving your reply, your request will then be considered. However,
if I have not received a response by 26/01/2016 I will assume you will no
longer wish to proceed with this request and it will be treated as
withdrawn and subsequently closed.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

 

Steve Hawkins
Freedom of Information Officer
Tel 01392 226770
[2][Devon and Cornwall Constabulary request email]
Freedom of Information Unit
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Common Law Jurisdiction

Dear Devon and Cornwall Constabulary,

Thank you for your polite and timely reply. First of all please don't take offence to the below it isn't meant cockily, although I appreciate it could be read so.

I would like to take this opportunity to remind you I do not stand under statute law.

Also that within both Common and Statute law there is no rule that you can't actually be called Common Law Jurisdiction. Some legal people are called Santa.

If you will not accept Common Law Jurisdiction you could put Bart Joseph.

I shall look forward to hearing from you in due course.

Yours faithfully,

Common Law Jurisdiction

Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

Dear Mr Joseph,
No offence taken.

Whilst you may not stand under statute law I am however bound by the legislative requirements of the FOI Act. Your request will now be progressed and a response provided within the statutory limit of 20 working days, subject to the provisions of the Act

Regards

Steve Hawkins
Freedom of Information Officer

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Dear Steve,

Thank you again for replying promptly and politely. I do comprehend where you are coming from and again this will sound like I am mad, but I am not Mr Joseph. That is a company name/legal entity. I know you meant it as a social politeness, but the real meaning is something more sinister. Mr is a strawman.

Again no offence is intended. I am wanting to raise awareness of the real law of the land (Common Law).

Thanks again and hope you are having a good weekend.

Yours faithfully,

Common Law Jurisdiction

Devon and Cornwall Constabulary

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Good afternoon,

Please find attached the response to your above numbered Freedom of
Information Request.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Steve Hawkins
Freedom of Information Officer
Tel 01392 226770
[1][Devon and Cornwall Constabulary request email]
Freedom of Information Unit
Please consider the environment - do you really need to print this email?

 

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Contact Devon & Cornwall Police on [email address]
Textphone 18001 101 for the deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired
Always call 999 in an emergency
***********************************************************************************
Devon and Cornwall Police aims to serve the communities of Devon and
Cornwall and help inspire greater confidence in the Police. For more
information please visit our website at [2]www.devon-cornwall.police.uk
 

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Dear Devon and Cornwall Constabulary,

Thank you very much. That is spot on what I asked for.

Yours faithfully,

Common Law Jurisdiction

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