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Entitlements - National insurance Contributions

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Sept 8, 2019

Dear Dorset Police,

Subject: Entitlements - National insurance Contributions

Some years ago, I experienced difficulties securing unemployment entitlement, discriminatory difficulties. Although born here in the UK, I am not white. I've not secured entitlements since. Those responsible, not satisfied denying entitlements, also refused to allow me to sign for National insurance stamps. I've been menaced in response to complaints and protests. These are extreme right orchestrated activities.

I've contacted several authorities (inc the police and HMRC). Thus far no one seems prepared to assist me. Typically I am misdirected.

Every so often I try again; periodic attempts to secure assistance. The latest was July this year where again I was redirected to an office (HMRC) unable to assist. On challenging this failure, I was redirected to an other office unable to assist me; the state is either unable or unwilling to protect my interests.

Two crimes are being committed here: racism and fraud. It's ongoing for over 20 years.

Are you competent to assist. Do you wish to assist? This is a Freedom of Information request.

This message is being sent to Dorset Police and HMRC.

Yours faithfully,
domenic Italiano

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.Freedom of Information, Dorset Police

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Dear Mr Italiano,

Please find attached the response to your above numbered Freedom of Information Request.

Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Yours sincerely

Chris Fitzgerald
Alliance Freedom of Information Officer
Devon & Cornwall Police Headquarters, Middlemoor
Tel: 01392 226220 (Mon-Fri)
Email: [email address] or [email address]

Alliance Information Management Department
Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police
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Dear .Freedom of Information,

Thank you for your response.

I'm not seeking opinion although I may have failed to articulate the query so, I've added a bit more information. This information request is covered by the Act.

The matter relates to loss of potential pension benefits.

I seek public available information in order to secure remedy. The remedy I wish to secure is two fold: 1. prosecuting the criminals who deny me state benefits and 2. address the consequence of their actions.

The FOI infomation request is one of, identifying how this is achieved; identifying the competent office and; whether or not its a matter I can simply unload on the competent office or, do I have to progress separate complaints, to you and the DWP for example.

In all likelihood Dorset Police would redirect me to a government office. I do not know which office nor do I not know whether it's a matter for the office or for me to report you the facts given that you'd need to correspond with the government office at some point.

Directions would suffice otherwise kindly reference a procedure document.

Yours sincerely,
domenic Italiano

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.Freedom of Information, Dorset Police

Dear Mr Italiano,

I write in connection with your email below.

Please let me begin by saying thank you for clarifying your position and the context behind the request. While I recognise you have chosen to pursue this initially via Freedom of Information (FOI), given you are seeking criminal proceedings (or the methods to begin them) I am not certain this is the correct avenue for the retrieval of information or getting support for your cause. This team focuses on the facilitation of information between the requester and Dorset Police; we are not in a position to offer advice or guidance on said information. This is especially true as I believe you may benefit more from a person with expertise in these matters. It may be more productive to redirect this query to our enquiries email address at:
[email address]
The reason for this is the enquiries team will better suited to make sure your email goes to the correct part of Dorset Police, to individuals who may be able to help without going through the legal procedures of FOI. While we can process this through FOI channels we would not be giving you tailored advice or guidance, simply providing information which falls in the scope of your questions.
I will therefore hold off entering a new FOI request for the time being, however should you feel this is the most appropriate option please do let me know and we can begin the process again.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Fitzgerald
Alliance Freedom of Information Officer
Dorset Police Headquarters, Winfrith
Tel: 01202 223696 (Mon-Fri)
Email: [email address] or [Dorset Police request email]

Alliance Information Management Department
Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police
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Dear .Freedom of Information,

Thank you or your message.

I'm not clear what you write. You've offered to redirect my query outside the site, for a personal response. Maybe better you address the query.

Regards,
domenic Italiano

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the 20 working day statutory deadline. Please be assured that we are
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you as soon as possible. Please bear in mind that when we receive
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further delay and can hinder the Team from restoring compliance with the
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.Freedom of Information, Dorset Police

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Dear Mr Italiano

 

Please may I apologise that our previous communication has not been clear,
hopefully I can rectify this for you. I note you have requested the
following information from your email dated 05/12/2019:

 

"I seek public available information in order to secure remedy. The remedy
I wish to secure is two fold: 1. prosecuting the criminals who deny me
state benefits and 2. address the consequence of their actions."

If you believe a crime has been committed you will need to report this to
the Police via 101/999 or the following link
([1]https://www.dorset.police.uk/contact-us/).

 

In relation to the second part of your email:

 

"The FOI information request is one of, identifying how this is achieved;
identifying the competent office and; whether or not its a matter I can
simply unload on the competent office or, do I have to progress separate
complaints, to you and the DWP for example."

Once you have reported this crime to the Police, the Officer in charge
will be able to investigate the reported crime and address any concerns
you may have.

 

In terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and as mentioned by the
team, we are unable to report a crime through this piece of legislation;
there are routes to do this which have been provided to you above. My
colleagues and I are unable to advise on the above as we are not trained
Police Officers, we solely handle requests under the Freedom of
Information Act and as stated by my colleague in the response letter of
09/12/19 the information you are seeking does not equate to a valid
Freedom of Information request which therefore means we unfortunately
cannot assist you any further with this matter. To reiterate however
should you wish to report a crime please use the contact methods provided
above.

 

I’m sorry that I am unable to assist you further in this matter but hope
the above contact details will provide you with the most appropriate means
to report your crime.

 

Kind regards

 

Hattie Ashford

Alliance Freedom of Information Officer

Devon & Cornwall Police Headquarters, Middlemoor

Email: [2][email address] or
[3][Dorset Police request email]

 

Alliance Information Management Department

Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police

Working together to serve the public

 

 

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