Has Metropolitan Police Authority received complaints of attacks with directed energy weapons, non lethal weapons for period 2005 to 2017?

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Dear Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime,

This is a request for information, can you please provide answer to the following query;
Has Metropolitan Police Authority received complaints of attacks by the members of public
with directed energy weapons, non lethal weapons for period 2005 to 2017?
How many attacks, how many police report have been logged?

Attacks in their homes through floors walls, ceilings with invisible beam weapons.
Weapons under the umbrella term of directed energy weapons, non lethal weapons, microwave weapons, laser weapons, acoustic weapons.
These weapons are termed as "EMERGING TECHNOLOGY,RADIO-FREQUENCY WEAPONS" in JWP3-80 INFORMATION OPERATION.[ copy available at scribd.com].

Active denial systems stated in US AIRFORCE Base level guide to EMF radiation 2012 ,
http://www.dcsonntag.org/BEE-EMF-Guide-2...
Doc page9,pdf page18.
Subsection -Active denial system,states,
"Silent Guardian is a stripped-down model of ADS used commercially for crowd control."

Can you please let me know how these complaints have been dealt, are there any police procedures in place?

Yours faithfully,

Miss Shapla begum
Poplar
London E14

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MOPAC FOI, Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

Thank you for your information request of 7 August to the Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC). I confirm that your request has been handled under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and that MOPAC does not hold any information relating to your request.

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Julia Harries | Information Team | Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime | Telephone 0207 983 6532 | Email [email address] | Website www.london.gov.uk | Address City Hall ,The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA

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Dear MOPAC FOI,
Apparently MET POLICE doesn't exist any longer as of 2012,
I get info saying your office is in charge.
Are you able to provide me with a contact detail to whom I can send an FOI.

Yours sincerely,

Miss shapla begum
Poplar
London E14

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In accordance with MOPAC’s Retention, Review and Disposal Policy, correspondence and any personal information submitted in relation to your query will be retained for eight years from the date of the last action undertaken to address/resolve your case.

If you call MOPAC with a question, concern, compliment or to share your views, and would like a written response, we will ask you to put your enquiry in writing.

Thank you again for writing to MOPAC

Yours sincerely,
Information Team
MOPAC

Information Team | Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime | Telephone 0207 983 6532 | Email [email address] <mailto:[email address]> | Website www.london.gov.uk<http://www.london.gov.uk/> | Address City Hall ,The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA

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MOPAC FOI, Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

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Yours sincerely,

Information Team | Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime | Telephone 0207 983 6532 | Email [email address] <mailto:[email address]> | Website www.london.gov.uk<http://www.london.gov.uk/> | Address City Hall ,The Queens Walk, London SE1 2AA

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MOPAC FOI, Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime

Dear Miss begum

Thank you for your further email to MOPAC of 10 august. You can contact the MPS FOI team here:
https://www.met.police.uk/foi/

Kind regards, Julia

Julia Harries| Information Governance Manager | Private Office| Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime | Phone 0207 983 4552 | Email [email address] | Website www.london.gov.uk/policing |Address City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA

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