Communications over Balcombe protests

Lorraine Inglis made this Freedom of Information request to Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner

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Dear Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner,

Would you please provide me with any correspondence that refers to the Balcombe fracking protests and/or Operation Mansell between yourself and UK Oil & Gas Investments Ltd, Horse Hill Developments or Kimmeridge Oil & Gas Limited or any of their subsidiaries.

Many thanks

Yours faithfully,

Lorraine Inglis

Graham Kane, Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner

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Dear Ms Inglis
 
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Graham Kane
Head of Performance
Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner
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Dear Ms Inglis
 
Further to your request for information under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000, set out below:
 
Would you please provide me with any correspondence that refers to the
Balcombe fracking protests and/or Operation Mansell between yourself and
UK Oil & Gas Investments Ltd, Horse Hill Developments or Kimmeridge Oil &
Gas Limited or any of their subsidiaries.
 
I can confirm that the information you requested is not held by the Office
of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner (OSPCC), under Section 1(1)(a)
of the Act.
 
Neither the Commissioner or the OSPCC has had any correspondence with UK
Oil & Gas Investments Ltd, Horse Hill Developments or Kimmeridge Oil & Gas
Limited or any of their subsidiaries, in relation to the Balcombe fracking
protests and/or Operation Mansell.
 
In the interests of transparency, I can confirm that Mrs Bourne met with
Mr Francis Egan, Chief Executive of Cuadrilla Resources, on 4 September
2013, as a matter of courtesy.
 
The Commissioner also discussed the policing of the anti-fracking protests
in Balcombe with the former Chief Constable at her webcast monthly
Performance & Accountability Meeting on 20 September 2013. This session
and the minutes from the meeting can be viewed on Mrs Bourne’s website
using the following link:
[1]www.sussex-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/webcasting/
 
I hope this information is useful to you and thank you once again for
taking the time to contact the Commissioner.
 
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Kind regards
 
Graham Kane
Head of Performance
Office of the Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner
01273 482351
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Commissioner may be subject to recording and/or monitoring in accordance
with relevant legislation.
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