Crime Statisitcs: How many of these 17 year old boys convicted on joint enterprise, were documented to be of African descent

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Shirley Mitchell

Dear Ministry of Justice,

How many of these 17 year old boys convicted on joint enterprise, were documented to be of African descent.

Yours faithfully,

Shirley

Data Access & Compliance Unit, Ministry of Justice

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Shirley Mitchell

Dear Data Access & Compliance Unit,
How many of there 17 year old boys convicted on joint enter pries, were documented to be of African descent

Yours sincerely,

Shirley Mitchell

Carmichael, David, Ministry of Justice

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Dear Ms Mitchell

 

Please find a response to your recent requests of the Ministry of Justice

 

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Justice
Statistics Data Officer

Dissemination and Enquiries Team, Prison, Probation,
Reoffending and PbR Statistics, Post point 7.02, 102 Petty
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Shirley Mitchell

Dear Ministry of Justice,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Ministry of Justice's handling of my FOI request 'Crime Statisitcs: How many of these 17 year old boys convicted on joint enterprise, were documented to be of African descent'.

1. The level of fees requested - either incorrectly applied, or the basis for calculation was incorrect.
2. That any exemptions used to withhold information were incorrectly applied.
3. That they didn't reply in the allowed time
4. That they didn't provide "advice or assistance" if you needed it
shirley

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Yours faithfully,

Shirley Mitchell

Shirley Mitchell

Dear Ministry of Justice,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Ministry of Justice's handling of my FOI request 'Crime Statisitcs: How many of these 17 year old boys convicted on joint enterprise, were documented to be of African descent'.

1. The level of fees requested - either incorrectly applied, or the basis for calculation was incorrect.
2. That any exemptions used to withhold information were incorrectly applied.
3. That they didn't reply in the allowed time
4. That they didn't provide "advice or assistance" if you needed it
Shirley Mitchell

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/c...

Yours faithfully,

Shirley Mitchell

Barbuti, Giovanni, Ministry of Justice

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Dear Ms Mitchell

 

In answer to your Internal Review request of 7 June 2017 regarding FOI
request 112216, please find the attached reply.

 

Regards

 

On behalf of statistics enquiries

 

 

 

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