Injuries

Martin Green made this Freedom of Information request to Essex Police

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Dear Essex Police,

Under the Freedom of Information Act, please supply the following:

In each of the past two years,
1.Details of all injuries suffered by Essex Police officers.
2.Details of all injuries suffered by Essex Police PCSOs.
3.Details of all injuries suffered by the force's civilian staff.
By details, I mean - injury suffered and how they received it (e.g. broken jaw - punched, or cut arm - bitten by dog, or cut leg - bitten by human).
Thanks.

Yours faithfully,

Martin Green

data foi, Essex Police

Classification: NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED


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Steve Grayton
Information Officer
Data Protection & Freedom of Information Information Management
Strategic Change Management Department (formally Corporate Development
Department) Essex Police Headquarters PO Box 2, Springfield, Chelmsford,
CM2 6DA
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Nigel Amos, Essex Police

Classification: RESTRICTED

Dear Mr Green,

Please see our response to your request:

Martin Green [[email address]]

Regards,

Essex Police Information Management Unit

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John Cross left an annotation ()

the attachment appears to be missing - if the requester still wants the information, they should contact the public authority.

There is no delivery error as such so I will change the category.

John Cross - whatdotheyknow.com volunteer