Investigation into document destruction at Metropolitan Police Service

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Dear Independent Office for Police Conduct,

RE: Investigation into document destruction at Metropolitan Police Service (documents kept by the National Domestic Extremism and Disorder Intelligence Unit (NDEDIU))

The last update on the above matter was made in February 2017 and I note that you have had the referral since May 2016, with the issue originally raised in 2014.

I wish to know generally: What progress has been made since the complaint was referred to you (or rather the IPCC)?

Can you give a date when the investigation will report by?

Specifically, can you given any indication if you have made any progress with the questions that Sarah Green set the IPCC in Feburary 2017, and secondly can also given any information which substantively answers these questions:

1)why it was destroyed?
2)whether electronic copies were kept?
3)who may have ordered its destruction?

Additionally, which files were destroyed? What time period did they relate to?

Further, can you also answer those questions in regard to the complaint that Baroness Jenny Jones made that records held by the Metropolitan Police relating to her were destroyed, or deleted in or about June 2014, was referred to the IPCC on 27 January.

Also, I note, that you said that you were going to keep the UCPI updated with any progress. Have you given any such updates, and if so what were they?

Yours faithfully,

Chris B

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Dear Chris B

Further to our previous correspondence regarding your request of 13 August 2018, please find attached to this email our response to your request.

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Dear Independent Office for Police Conduct,

Almost one year ago, I recieved a reply to a FOIA that the investigation into document destruction at the Metropolitan Police Service was still on going. Can you please update what the status of the investigation is now?

Yours faithfully,

Chris Brian

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Dear Mr Brian
 
Please find attached our response to your FOIA request.
 
Please remember to quote our reference 1007930 in any further
correspondence.
 
Yours sincerely
 
 
Freedom of Information & Data Protection Team
Independent Office for Police Conduct
PO Box 473
Sale
M33 0BW
0300 020 0096
 
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[2]www.policeconduct.gov.uk 
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