Dear Guildford Borough Council,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please may I request the following information in a excel spreadsheet format if possible:
- Total Number of vehicles within the council fleet, split into category and department (i.e. refuse vehicles, community buses etc)
- Total number of vehicles with CCTV camera systems installed
- Current supplier of CCTV camera system
- Total Number of vehicles with vehicle tracking / telematics installed
- Name of current tracking / telematics provider (if any)
- Telematics contract end date (if any)
- Contract budgets
- Name of Fleet Manager, or person responsible for managing the fleet
Grateful for your assistance.

Yours faithfully,

James

IRO, Guildford Borough Council

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Dear James

We have considered your request for information.

please see attached spread sheet

Your right to ask for an internal review

I trust the above addresses your enquiry. However, if you do not agree
with the way I have dealt with your request, you may write to ask the
Council to review my decision. Another officer will carry out a review and
they will then write to you, letting you know whether they agree with my
decision or whether they have reached a different conclusion.

You should write to, Customer Services, Guildford Borough Council,
Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford GU2 4BB ([email address]). It is
important that you clearly state that you are asking for an Internal
Review and provide a copy of your correspondence with the Council about
this request. We recommend that you include the FOI reference number and
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Yours sincerely

martin Collins