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Dear University of Northampton,

1- How many Freedom of Information requests you have received per month from April 2017 to May 2019?
2- Could you provide further information on the requests?
Number per month which:
Responded in full
Responded in part
Refused
Exceptions used
Responded within time limit
Requests where the requester was identifiable as a current or former staff or student of your organisation
3- The number of Data subject access requests you have received per month from April 2017 to May 2019?
4- Could you provide further information on the requests?
Number per month which:
Responded in full
Responded in part
Refused
Responded within time limit
5- The number of requests regarding data subject rights such as requests for erasure or rectification by month from April 2017 to May 2019?
6- Could you break down these requests by month by subject right?
The right to be informed
The right of access
The right to rectification
The right to erasure
The right to restrict processing
The right to data portability
The right to object
Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.
7- How many staff (FTE) do you have to respond to freedom of information and data subject requests?
8- In which department do these staff sit? E.G. IT, Legal, Governance, Executive support

Yours faithfully,

J G King

Maggie Peach, University of Northampton

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Our ref: 01620/FoI/10Jul2019

 

10^th July 2019

 

Dear Mr. King

 

I am writing in acknowledgement of your request for information dated 9^th
July, 2019, which has been received by the University and passed to me as
the University’s Freedom of Information Officer for action.

 

Your request for information has been assigned the number referenced above
and will be treated in accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000. We will endeavour to provide you with an answer
before the statutory deadline, however please note that under the
provisions of the Act the University has until 7^th August, 2019 to
respond to your request.

 

Yours Sincerely

 

Maggie Peach

 

ppPhil Oakman

Records Manager

 

 

Maggie Peach

Records Management Officer

 

University of Northampton

Newton

St George’s Avenue

Northampton

NN2 6JB

 

telephone : 01604 893503

email : [1][email address]

 

[2]https://tundra2.northampton.ac.uk/otcs/l...

 

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Our ref: 01620/FoI/06Aug2019

 

6^th August 2019

 

Dear J.G. King

 

I write in response to your request for information dated 9^th July, 2019,
received by the University and passed to me as the University’s Freedom of
Information Officer for action.

 

In response to your question one :

1- How many Freedom of Information requests you have received per month
from April 2017 to May 2019?

Prior to April 2018 this information was not centrally recorded by the
University not held by the University in a way that makes it accessible.

 

When Freedom of Information requests were received by the University we
did not record each one centrally.

 

In order to locate, retrieve and extract the information you require each
request file will need to be reviewed. This exercise will take in excess
of 2½ days and as such this information is exempt under section 12 (would
exceed the appropriate limit) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 as
set out in Statutory Instrument 2004 NO 3244 “The Freedom of Information
and Data Protection (Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004”.

 

For those requests received from April 2018 to May 2019 please see the
table below:

 

+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|   |   |   |
| | | |
| Month | 2018 | 2019 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|January |   | 30 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|February |   | 13 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|March |   | 15 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|April | 12 | 18 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|May | 16 | 12 |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|June | 12 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|July | 27 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|August | 19 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|September | 14 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|October | 17 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|November | 16 |   |
|-------------------------+-----------------------+----------------------|
|December | 19 |   |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+

 

In response to your question two

2- Could you provide further information on the requests?

Number per month which:

Responded in full

Responded in part

Refused

Exceptions used

This information is exempt under Section 21 (information reasonably
accessible to the applicant by other means). Please see the University’s
online FoI disclosure log available on our webpages at:
[1]http://library.northampton.ac.uk/recmgt/...

Responded within time limit

Requests where the requester was identifiable as a current or former staff
or student of your organisation

This information is not recorded by the University and is therefore not
held by us.

 

In response to your question three:

3- The number of Data subject access requests you have received per month
from April 2017 to May 2019?

In the specified time-frame (April 2017 to May 2019) the University has
received <5 Data Subject Access Requests per month. Therefore please be
advised that the figure for each month is <5.

 

In order to prevent the possibility of individuals being identified in the
case of small numbers, where there are between 1 and 4 individuals in a
category we will show the figure as <5 in compliance with Section 40(2) of
the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This position is based on definitions
of personal data as set out in European ARTICLE 29 DATA PROTECTION WORKING
PARTY Opinion 4/2007 on the concept of personal data (01248/07/EN WP 136).

 

In response to your questions four, five and six:

4- Could you provide further information on the requests?

Number per month which:

Responded in full

Responded in part

Refused

Responded within time limit

5- The number of requests regarding data subject rights such as requests
for erasure or rectification by month from April 2017 to May 2019?

6- Could you break down these requests by month by subject right?

The right to be informed

The right of access

The right to rectification

The right to erasure

The right to restrict processing

The right to data portability

The right to object

Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

Please note that the further breakdown of the information that you are
requesting is exempt under section 40 (personal information) of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000. The level of detail you are asking for is
likely to lead to the identification of the individual(s) involved.

 

In response to your question seven:

7- How many staff (FTE) do you have to respond to freedom of information
and data subject requests?

The University has 3.4 FTE members of staff whose roles cover the
responses to Freedom of Information and Data Subject Access Requests as
well as Records Management duties and the provision of an Archive service.

 

In response to your question eight:

8- In which department do these staff sit? E.G. IT, Legal, Governance,
Executive support

These members of staff sit within our Student and Academic Services.

 

I hope the University has made its response in a clear and constructive
manner; however, if you consider the University has handled your request
unfairly you are entitled to follow the process set out in our standard
advice on the University's Freedom of Information Complaints Procedure
which is available online at:

[2]University FoI complaints procedure

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Maggie Peach

 

pp

Phil Oakman

Records Manager

 

 

Maggie Peach

Records Management Officer

 

University of Northampton

Newton

St George’s Avenue

Northampton

NN2 6JB

 

telephone : 01604 893503

email : [3][email address]

 

[4]https://tundra2.northampton.ac.uk/otcs/l...

 

 

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The University of Northampton asserts its moral rights in respect of its
information. Information is made available to you strictly on the
conditions that:-

o it is for personal research;
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