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Dangerous dog’s act 1991

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Benjamin Lickley

Dear Humberside Police,

Please could you provide the following information, broken down by financial year for the last 3 years:

• Number of dogs seized under section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991.
• How many dogs seized under section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991 where released under interim exemption scheme
• Total kennelling costs for dogs seized under section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991
• Number of court cases and their outcome relating to section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991, please break this down as follows:
-Dog found not to be type
- dog destroyed
-dog returned to owner under exemption scheme
-outcome not yet known.
• Total cost of dealing with cases and incidents relating to section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991
• Number of dogs seized under section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991 that were returned as not being type before a court case
• Number of dogs seized under section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991 destroyed before a court case
• How many working hours have been spent dealing with incidents and cases relating to section one of the dangerous dog’s act 1991

Yours faithfully,

Benjamin Lickley

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Tiplady, Rachel 9508, Humberside Police

Our Ref:F-2018-00791

Good Afternoon,

This email is to apologise for the time it has taken to respond to your request. We endeavour to answer FOI requests within 20 workings days, however due to a large increase in volume of requests we have been unable to comply on this occasion.

Due to the passage of time, I am wondering whether the information is still required?

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