Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit Armed Response Vehicles Fleet in 2015-2020

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Dear Derbyshire Constabulary,
What type of vehicles that were used as a Armed Response Vehicles or what Armed Response Vehicles were uesd for Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit?

Details
Model Year

Manufacturer/Make of The Police Vehicle

Model of The Police Vehicle

The Year the Police Vehicle was commissioned
Years:2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

Marked or Unmarked Vehicle

If the Police Vehicle has a video camera or not (If you don't know about this information, that's OK)

Police Vehicle Body Structure
Type of Vehicle (Cars) (Coupe, Estate/Caravan/Wagon, Hatchback Liftback, Saloon/Sedan etc...)
Vans (Combi, Minibus, Panel Van) Wheelbase (Long, Medium, Short) Roof Size (High, Low, Medium or Jumbo)
Type of BMW X5: sDrive25d, xDrive30d, xDrive40d, xDrive30d xLine, xDrive40i, xDrive45e, X5 M etc..

Number of Doors on the Police Vehicle
Example: 2-Door, 3-Door, 4-Door, 5-Door, etc...

Number of that Specific Police Vehicle
Example: We had 12 2020 BMW X5 For the Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit

Part 2
When did the Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit was formed? (Date or Year)
When did Derbyshire Constabulary had Armed Response Vehicles? (Date or Year)
What major event led to the formation of the Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit or it was just because a rising number of gun crimes in the county of Derbyshire?

Yours faithfully,

Agnes Elong

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Dear Ms Elong,

 

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I write in connection with your request for information as shown below.

 

What type of vehicles that were used as a Armed Response Vehicles or what
Armed Response Vehicles were uesd for Derbyshire Constabulary Armed
Response Unit?

 

Details

Model Year

 

Manufacturer/Make of The Police Vehicle

 

Model of The Police Vehicle

 

The Year the Police Vehicle was commissioned Years:2015, 2016, 2017, 2018,
2019, 2020

 

Marked or Unmarked Vehicle

 

If the Police Vehicle has a video camera or not (If you don't know about
this information, that's OK)

 

Police Vehicle Body Structure

Type of Vehicle (Cars) (Coupe, Estate/Caravan/Wagon, Hatchback Liftback,
Saloon/Sedan etc...) Vans (Combi, Minibus, Panel Van) Wheelbase (Long,
Medium, Short) Roof Size (High, Low, Medium or Jumbo) Type of BMW X5:
sDrive25d, xDrive30d, xDrive40d, xDrive30d xLine, xDrive40i, xDrive45e, X5
M etc..

 

Number of Doors on the Police Vehicle

Example: 2-Door, 3-Door, 4-Door, 5-Door, etc...

 

Number of that Specific Police Vehicle

Example: We had 12 2020 BMW X5 For the Derbyshire Constabulary Armed
Response Unit

 

Part 2

When did the Derbyshire Constabulary Armed Response Unit was formed? (Date
or Year) When did Derbyshire Constabulary had Armed Response Vehicles?
(Date or Year) What major event led to the formation of the Derbyshire
Constabulary Armed Response Unit or it was just because a rising number of
gun crimes in the county of Derbyshire?

 

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Ms Elong

 

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Derbyshire Constabulary, thank you for responding to my request. I understand that you couldn't give me some of the information I ask for.

Yours sincerely,

Agnes Elong