Dog Dirt

Hugh Roberts made this Freedom of Information request to Aberdeenshire Council

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From: Hugh Roberts

16 September 2012

Dear Aberdeenshire Council,

1. How many complaints have received on dog fouling between
01.01.2005 and 01.09.2012, please give yearly figures.

2. How many Fixed Penalty Notices were issuied for the same period,
please give yearly figures.

3. If the Council participated in any dog fouling campaigns, please
give dates.

Yours faithfully,

Hugh Roberts

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16 September 2012

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Aberdeenshire Council

11 October 2012

Apologies for the time taken to respond to your enquiry.

1) Dog fouling complaints received.
2005 - 150
2006 - 201
2007 - 139
2008 - 162
2009 - 150
2010 - 204
2011 - 180
to 1/9/12 - 155

2) Fixed Penalty Notices

A total of 11 fixed penalty notices have been served in Aberdeenshire
during the above period, however, I do not have the individual dates
available.

3) Campaigns.

The Dog Control Team has been actively involved in the Clean Dog Walking
Campaign in partnership with Community Planning Officers and local
Community Councils in several areas of Aberdeenshire. Additional Community
Councils are being encouraged to enter the scheme with the assistance of
local Councillors.

The Dog Wardens are also involved with Community Councils and the Education
Service to promote the message of being a responsible dog owner by visiting
and presenting at schools and local events.

I hope this information is suitable for your requirements

Regards
John Bell
Environmental Health Specialist Officer (Food)
Aberdeenshire Council

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