Dear Nottinghamshire Police,
Please supply figures for the number of dogs seized as a banned breed type under the Dangerous Dogs Act during 2016.
Please also supply the number of dogs seized as a banned breed type who were returned as "not type" prior to any court proceedings for the same time period.
Please supply figures for the number of dogs seized as a banned breed type who were found not guilty in a court for the same time period.
Please also supply figures for each of the above from 1 January 2017 to 1st July 2017
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