Details of a dispute concerning the counting of mobile phones in prisons

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Sharon Walby

Dear National Offender Management Service,

Please provide copies of all NOMS Staff Corruption Strategic Threat Assessments since their inception.

Yours faithfully,

Sharon Walby

Sharon Walby

Dear National Offender Management Service,

During the financial year 2009/2010, how many named members of NOMS staff did the Corruption Prevention Unit receive intelligence about that suggested they were corrupt(i.e. trafficking drugs/mobile phones for, or in, inappropriate relationships with, prisoners etc)?

Yours faithfully,

Sharon Walby

Sharon Walby

Dear National Offender Management Service,

The Met Police employs about 400 staff who are full time and dedicated to preventing and investigating staff professional standards and corruption.

NOMS employ roughly the same number of staff as the Met Police. How many staff do they employ in a full time and DEDICATED (no other role) posts to up-hold professional standards and investigate corruption?

Yours faithfully,

Sharon Walby

Data Access & Compliance Unit, National Offender Management Service

Freedom of Information Request FOI/67195/10

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Dear Ms Walby,

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Freedom of Information Request FOI/67195/10

Data Access & Compliance Unit
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London
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T 020 3334 2710
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Dear Ms Walby,

SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Request

Thank you for your correspondence of September 16, 2010, in which you
asked for information relating to corruption prevention under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) from the Ministry of Justice
(MoJ).

You will receive a response from us by October 13, 2010. Your request
has been passed to the appropriate business unit within the MoJ, and
they will write to you with their decision by this date.

The FOIA does provide a number of exemptions. A qualified exemption
requires that before relying on it we must consider the public interest
test. If the information you have requested is covered by a qualified
exemption(s) under FOIA, the Department is allowed to take longer than
20 working days to respond. This is because in such circumstances we are
required to consider the public interest issues when deciding whether or
not to disclose the information requested.

If more time is needed to consider the public interest issues under a
qualified exemption(s), we will write to you and inform you of the
revised date you can expect to receive a response to your request.

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contact us. Please quote ref: FOI/67195/10 in all future correspondence.

Yours sincerely,

Kate Balding
Data Access and Compliance Unit

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Data Access & Compliance Unit
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Post point 6.25
102 Petty France
London
SW1H 9AJ

T 020 3334 2710
F 020 3334 2245
E [email address]

www.justice.gov.uk

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Dear Ms Walby,

SUBJECT: Freedom of Information Request

Thank you for your correspondence of September 16, 2010, in which you
asked for information relating to corruption prevention under the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) from the Ministry of Justice
(MoJ).

You will receive a response from us by October 13, 2010. Your request
has been passed to the appropriate business unit within the MoJ, and
they will write to you with their decision by this date.

The FOIA does provide a number of exemptions. A qualified exemption
requires that before relying on it we must consider the public interest
test. If the information you have requested is covered by a qualified
exemption(s) under FOIA, the Department is allowed to take longer than
20 working days to respond. This is because in such circumstances we are
required to consider the public interest issues when deciding whether or
not to disclose the information requested.

If more time is needed to consider the public interest issues under a
qualified exemption(s), we will write to you and inform you of the
revised date you can expect to receive a response to your request.

If you have any queries regarding this request please do not hesitate to
contact us. Please quote ref: FOI/67195/10 in all future correspondence.

Yours sincerely,

Kate Balding
Data Access and Compliance Unit

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Sharon Walby

Dear Data Access & Compliance Unit,

I wish to withdraw this request.

Yours sincerely,

Sharon Walby

Corruption Prevention Unit [NOMS],

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Dear Ms Walby

Thank you for your Freedom of Information request, I understand you
contacted the Data Access and Compliance Unit to withdraw your request,
however as the response is ready to issue please find attached.

<<Sec 12 - 67195 Walby.doc>>

Kind Regards

Claire Robinson
Intelligence Officer
Corruption Prevention Unit

[email address]

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Sharon Walby

Dear Corruption Prevention Unit [NOMS],

I WITHDRAW THIS REQUEST

Yours sincerely,

Sharon Walby

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