Freedom of Information Act 2000 s. 14(1)

Robert Y Chen made this Freedom of Information request to Corpus Christi College, Oxford

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Dear Corpus Christi College, Oxford,

Please consider this a request for information under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This request is structured as questions and, should you seek clarification on any matter, please consider the remaining questions requests within their own right and therefore subject to the initial statutory timeframe.

Q1 Does your college own a tortoise?

Q2 If so, what species is this tortoise and what is its estimated age?

Q3 Further, if your organisation owns a tortoise, how does this asset help further your organization's "charitable objectives".

Q4 How many staff are employed by your organization in the field of data law compliance, including Freedom of Information Act requests.

Q5 In the last two years, how many times has your organization refused a Freedom of Infomation Act request under s. 14(1) of the Act.

Q6 In what circumstances would you issue such a refusal.

Yours faithfully,

Robert Y Chen

Rachel Pearson, Corpus Christi College, Oxford

I will be out of the Office until Wednesday 4 April.  Please note that the
College Office will be closed for the Easter break from 5pm on 29 March
until 9.30am on 4 April.

 

I will respond to your message as soon as possible on my return.

 

Rachel Pearson
Academic Registrar

Dear Corpus Christi College, Oxford,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Corpus Christi College, Oxford's handling of my FOI request 'Freedom of Information Act 2000 s. 14(1)'.

The statutory time in which I would expect a response has elapsed without any acknowledgment. Please either respond immediately or proceed my request to an internal review.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/f...

Yours faithfully,

Robert Y Chen

Rachel Clifford, Corpus Christi College, Oxford

Dear Robert

In response to your FoI request

Q1 Does your college own a tortoise? YES

Q2 If so, what species is this tortoise and what is its estimated age? UNKNOWN

Q3 Further, if your organisation owns a tortoise, how does this asset help further your organization's "charitable objectives". WHILST NOT FURTHERING THE COLLEGE'S CHARITABLE AIMS AS SUCH THE ANNUAL TORTOISE FAIR IS ORGANISED BY UNDERGRADUATES AND RAISES FUNDS FOR BOTH LOCAL AND NATIONAL CHARITIES. OVER THE LAST THREE YEARS THEY HAVE RAISED APPROXIMATELY £13,000

Q4 How many staff are employed by your organization in the field of data law compliance, including Freedom of Information Act requests. NO-ONE SPECIFICALLY EMPLOYED BUT SEVERAL MEMBERS OF STAFF ARE INVOLVED IN THIS AREA

Q5 In the last two years, how many times has your organization refused a Freedom of Infomation Act request under s. 14(1) of the Act. NEVER

Q6 In what circumstances would you issue such a refusal. NORMALLY IF THE REQUEST IS VEXATIOUS OR IF THE TIME IT WOULD TAKE OR WOULD COST TO COMPILE THE INFORMATION IS EXCESSIVE

Rachel

Academic Registrar
Corpus Christi College
Oxford
OX1 4JF

Tel: 01865 276737
Fax: 01865 276767

www.ccc.ox.ac.uk

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