Dear City of London Police Authority,
I am requesting a list of all domains associated with the entertainment industry in your official correspondence records, such as retained emails. For example, fact.co.uk, bpi.co.uk, etc.
Dear Cory Doctorow
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 (FOIA) - INFORMATION REQUEST
Following your request of 26 august 2014, the City of London (CoL) responds as follows.
In accordance with section 1(1)(a) of the FOIA, the CoL confirms that it does not hold the information you have requested, including in its capacity as a police authority.
The CoL is the local authority and police authority for the ‘Square Mile’, ie the historic City of London (please see the following link to a map on the CoL's website, which shows the local and police authority area covered by the CoL -
Nevertheless, the CoL as a local authority and police authority is, in accordance with the FOIA, legally a separate body from the City of London Police for the purpose of compliance with the FOIA.
You may wish to contact the City of London Police. The FOI email address for the City of London Police is:
[email address]<mailto:[email address]>
Further information can be found at:
We hope that this response is of assistance.
The CoL holds the copyright in this communication. Its supply does not give a right to re-use in a way that would infringe that copyright, for example, by making copies, publishing and issuing copies to the public or to any other person. Brief extracts of any of the material may be reproduced under the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (sections 29 and 30) for the purposes of research for non-commercial purposes, private study, criticism, review and news reporting, subject to an acknowledgement of the copyright owner.
Dear COL - EB - Information Officer,
Thank you. Your email didn't include the actual address for FOI requests to the COL Police, though, just blanks where it should have been.
Dear Cory Doctorow,
The original response email by the CoL included the email address. I attach it again: