CPS's Central Fraud Group, all information concerning their functions and responsibilities within the CPS

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Martin McGartland

Dear Crown Prosecution Service,

I note from the following CPS reply: http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/ma... that the CPS are claiming; "Unfortunately, due to the pressure of my existing commitments, I am not in a position to meet the initial deadline of today. I should be in a position to respond fully within 20 working days."

Please supply all information concerning above and also supply all information you have concerning;

1. Why is Andrew Penhale not able to deal with above case within the 20 working day limit?

2. How many other cases which are being dealt with by Andrew Penhale have been delayed by a further 20 working days i.e. over and above the normal 20 working day limit?

3. Why are other CPS staff not dealing with the cases that Andrew Penhale claims he can not deal with due to
'pressure of my existing commitments'?

4. Please supply full details of number of other requests that have been delayed by CPS (in the last 3 months) for a further 20 working days.

5. Please explain why Andrew Penhale, Deputy Head of Division, Central Fraud Group is dealing with FOI requests and internal reviews. Is this normal practice for Deputy Head of that Division or indeed the Central Fraud Group to be dealing with such matters.

6. Please supply me with all information you have under the FOIA and also all other rights of access concerning the CPS's Central Fraud Group, including their functions and their responsibilities within the CPS.

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

Martin McGartland

Dear Crown Prosecution Service,

Can you please confirm that your dealing with this request.

Yours faithfully,

Martin McGartland

Martin McGartland left an annotation ()

Sue Sim and Northumbria Police - up to their old tricks yet again. Request relating to Martin McGartland requests to Northumbria Police is Upheld by Information Commissioner, see here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/72333438/Sue-S...

www.martinmcgartland.co.uk

Freedom of Information Unit, Crown Prosecution Service

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Martin McGartland left an annotation ()

Sue Sim and Northumbria Police said FOI request relating to Martin McGartland attempted murder case was 'Vexatious'. The Information Commissioner has issued a Decision Notice against Sue Sim and Northumbria Police which states, 'The Commissioner finds that the force incorrectly applied section 14(1) to the request. He requires the public authority to respond to the request in accordance with the provisions of section 1 of the Act within 35
calendar days.' That complain was upheld by the Information-Commissioner, Decision Notice: http://www.scribd.com/doc/72333438/Sue-S...

www.martinmcgartland.co.uk

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