Jason Swift

Waiting for an internal review by Hackney Borough Council of their handling of this request.

Dear Hackney Borough Council,

Please could you send me a copy of the Review by the Council into the death of Jason Swift living in the care of the Council at I think Conewood Street Childrens Home in 1985.

I had written to Islington but they seem to think that he was a Hackney resident

Yours faithfully,

Rebecca Hemsley

Administrator, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Rebecca Hemsley,

Thank you for logging your Information Request.

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Information Management, Hackney Borough Council

This message has been hidden. This response has been removed as it contains personal information about the applicant; as discussed elsewhere in the correspondence thread. Please contact us if you have any questions. If you are the requester, then you may sign in to view the message.

Dear Information Management,

Thank you for the reply.
However you have included some personal data about me in your reply under the heading relevant notes.
Please arrange for this to be removed within 24 hours otherwise the Council will be liable for financial compensation.

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Dear Hackney Borough Council,

I sent the message attached, yesterday to information management.

I now send it to the main FOI address, incase there is any doubt as to email addresses.
If the personal data is not removed within 24 hours that you have posted to the WDTK website, you will be liable for £500 per day.
I suggest you arrange to have it removed.

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From: rebecca hemsley

22 April 2014

Dear Information Management,

Thank you for the reply.
However you have included some personal data about me in your reply
under the heading relevant notes.
Please arrange for this to be removed within 24 hours otherwise the
Council will be liable for financial compensation.

Yours faithfully,

rebecca hemsley

Information Management, Hackney Borough Council

1 Attachment

Dear Ms Hemsley,

We apologise for including an internal briefing note within the response
to Freedom of Information request CAS-739672-V2KTKR. Internal briefing
notes are drafted by some teams within the Council to record progress when
responding to the request, and provide context on the request, for the
benefit of colleagues assisting with the retrieval of information. In such
a circumstance, information may be gathered from the public domain, for
example an internet search of the requester's name and whatdotheyknow.com;
ascertaining research interests of the requester can assist the Council in
providing additional context to an FOI response, hopefully adding to its
intrinsic value. 

These briefing notes do not form part of the response and are routinely
detached from the response letter prior to sending. In this instance, the
document was issued as a whole. Information contained within
CAS-739672-V2KTKR's briefing note is sourced from the public domain
(whatdotheyknow.com) and the wider internet.

Please find attached a response to your Freedom of Information request
CAS-739672-V2KTKR, minus the briefing note, to replace the original.

The Council does not have administrator rights to whatdotheyknow.com. As
the account holder for this email address within whatdotheyknow.com, you
will need to contact the administrator directly if you require assistance
in removing content. If the website administrator requires further written
confirmation from our team as well as yourself to have the original
response replaced, please get in touch and we will be happy to provide
this.

Kind regards,

Information Management Team

Hackney Council may exercise its right to intercept any communication, the
only exception to this would be confidential survey data, with any
employee or agent of the Council using its telephony or data networks.
By using these networks you give your consent to Hackney Council
monitoring and recording your communication.
If you have received this e-mail in error please delete it immediately and
contact the sender.
For further information about Hackney Council policies please contact
Hackney Service Centre on: 020 8356 3000.

Dear Information Management,

Please do not "kind regards" me.

I note that you do not give your name.

It is your direct responsibility to contact the website and rectify the Data Protection mistake you have made.

"The Council does not have administrator rights to whatdotheyknow.com. As the account holder for this email address within whatdotheyknow.com, you
will need to contact the administrator directly if you require assistance in removing content. If the website administrator requires further written confirmation from our team as well as yourself to have the original
response replaced, please get in touch and we will be happy to provide this."

Your advice above is in error.

I make it absolutely plain that it is YOUR responsibility to rectify YOUR ERROR in releasing MY personal data.

You need to do this immediately, without delay.

You are liable for £500 per day as previously indicated and with which you have not rebutted.

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Jt Oakley left an annotation ()

Well done Rebecca.

Keep going.

J Thornton left an annotation ()

"Under the Freedom of Information Act any person may make a request for information and must be treated applicant and motive blind." It is transparently clear to me that, regardless of their motive, Hackney Borough Council has not treated this request as "applicant and motive blind".

It concerns me that not only is my home borough of Hackney breaking the law, it is also wasting precious council officers' time (and thus Hackney tax payers' money) writing applicant profiles that are unnecessary.

I alerted someone whom I regard to be something of an expert on the subject and hope you will read his excellent commentary on this issue:-
http://davidhiggerson.wordpress.com/2014...

Information Management, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Ms Hemsley,
 
We can now confirm that the information has been removed.
 
Yours Sincerely,
 
Information Management.
 
 
 
 

Hackney Council may exercise its right to intercept any communication, the
only exception to this would be confidential survey data, with any
employee or agent of the Council using its telephony or data networks.
By using these networks you give your consent to Hackney Council
monitoring and recording your communication.
If you have received this e-mail in error please delete it immediately and
contact the sender.
For further information about Hackney Council policies please contact
Hackney Service Centre on: 020 8356 3000.

Dear Information Management,

I have noted your email "28 April 2014
Dear Ms Hemsley,
We can now confirm that the information has been removed.
Yours Sincerely,Information Management."

I have noted that this was 7 days inclusive since I asked for you to remove it on 22 April.

I have noted that you have offered no apology for your refusal to attend to the matter and the subsequent delay.

I have noted that you have not yet admitted it was my personal information.

This personal information was also inaccurate.

I have noted that this inaccurate personal information has since been spread beyond the WDTK website by others, after I requested you to remove it.

I require an immediate and speedy internal review into this matter.

rebecca hemsley left an annotation ()

This is the request to which Hackney Council refer to when they collected data and published personal data presumably accidentally.
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/b...

Further to their illegal release of the personal data which took 7 days to remove, the data was inaccurate.

Jt Oakley left an annotation ()

Presumably you could use a phone to take pictures of the archive documents presented to you?

As there should be no compulsion for requestors to use a 50p a page photocopier, which would surely discriminate against the less wealthy people in the community - for the receiving and recording of publically accessible information?

Information Management, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Ms Hemsley,

Thank you for your email dated 29 April 2014. The Information Governance Team will conduct an Internal Review and respond to you as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

Information Management Team

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rebecca hemsley

Dear Information Management,

Further to previous emails I would also like answers to these questions in the internal review

1.
Why the data was collected on me, what is it used for, who it goes to. Why I was not asked for the information if you feel you require it, rather than "spying on me"

2.
How the data came to be released and how you are going to enure that personal data is not released in future

3.
Whether the statements revealing my personal data were accurate from the information that you say is publically available; or whether there was presumption and supposition used to extrapolate from known facts? What websites were checked?

4.
Why did Hackney Council refuse to make efforts to delete the data at first time of asking?

5.
What took so song to delete after I asked a second time?

6.
The delay in deletion meant my personal data that you released was spread to wider audience and any consequences from that.

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

rebecca hemsley

Dear Information Management,

Your reply to my request for an internal review is way overdue. Pleae comply with the law.Please could you tell me why the request has taken so long to implement

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Dear Information Management,
Please reply to my internal review request. If you do not abide by Acts of Parliament to which you are bound, i take it that the public have no obligations whatsoever to the council.

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Dear Administrator,

This is yet another occasion that Hackney council have failed to comply with the law.
Unless you comply with the the Councils Statutory obligation fo rthis request , not only are individuals liable, I will also charge the Council , at my convenience, £500 plus £50 a day for each day the council refuses to comply with its statutory obligation

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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rebecca hemsley

Dear Hackney Contact Centre,

I am still waiting this response

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Ms Hemsley

Thank you for your e-mail. In order for us to locate which department your original request was forwarded onto, please can you provide a copy of your enquiry

Many thanks

Mark Daly
Hackney Contact Centre

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Jt Oakley left an annotation ()

Ilogically he is replying from the address that your FOIA request via WDTK was sent to.

What the respondee did with it after receipt -you can't possibly know.

Therefore it looks like deliberate stalling.

WDTK can provide proof of delivery if you need it to send to a complaint to the ICO a it the way this request has been dealt with.

Here's the ICO form:

https://ico.org.uk/concerns/getting/y

J Thornton left an annotation ()

Dear Hackney Council contact centre

The way this query is being dealt with by Hackney Council is helping to make it the laughing stock of the country with regard to information governance. If someone competent in your department had bothered to look at the attachments in your own posting, they would have seen that the appropriate department dealing with this FoI request is the Information Management Team.

This appears to be yet another attempt to frustrate and wear down the applicant and put obfuscation in the path of this valid FoI request.

rebecca hemsley

Dear Ms Hemsley

Thank you for your e-mail. In order for us to locate which department your original request was forwarded onto, please can you provide a copy of your enquiry

Many thanks

Mark Daly
Hackney Contact Centre
Dear Hackney Contact Centre,

Please check the What DoThey Know website, there are 4 internal review requests pending and you are known to use the site, specifically to check up on me!!

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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rebecca hemsley

Dear Hackney Contact Centre,
This was the original request. Please action it as required by law, as the council are now in serious breach
please see https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/1...
Dear Hackney Borough Council,

Please could you send me a copy of the Review by the Council into
the death of Jason Swift living in the care of the Council at I
think Conewood Street Childrens Home in 1985.

I had written to Islington but they seem to think that he was a
Hackney resident

Yours faithfully,

Yours sincerely,

rebecca hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Cscreferrals, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Rebecca,
Can you please confirm what agency you are working for or what your relationship is with the mentioned young person? We are not able to provide any information given that we have very limited information regarding your identity and position.
Please forward any query to [email address] with you headed company paper, consent document and reasons for asking information from CSC.

Regards,

Regards,

Ali Chowdhury

Administrator
First Access Screening Team
Hackney Children Service
Tel: 0208 356 5384
Fax: 0208 356 5516/5517
Duty Tel No: 0208 356 5500
Duty email address: [email address] /[email address]/[email address]

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rebecca hemsley

Dear Cscreferrals,

Thank you for your response.
In your response you appear to deflecting attention away from your responsibility under the FOI Act
You asked for the link to the original request way back in February 2014, which I provided. At the link is also available the history of the request, in which Hackney Council not only failed to answer the FOI but breached by rights under Data Protection and I asked for further information then an internal.
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/j...
The further information asked for was
1.
Why the data was collected on me, what is it used for, who it goes
to. Why I was not asked for the information if you feel you require
it, rather than "spying on me"

2.
How the data came to be released and how you are going to enure
that personal data is not released in future

3.
Whether the statements revealing my personal data were accurate
from the information that you say is publically available; or
whether there was presumption and supposition used to extrapolate
from known facts? What websites were checked?

4.
Why did Hackney Council refuse to make efforts to delete the data
at first time of asking?

5.
What took so song to delete after I asked a second time?

6.
The delay in deletion meant my personal data that you released was
spread to wider audience and any consequences from that.

Then i am of course due the internal review. Please provide it as per the law, otherwise I am led to believe that you are not doing your duty under the FOI Act and become personally liable.
Please tell me who has responsibility for answering this request.
Your reply was
"Can you please confirm what agency you are working for or what your relationship is with the mentioned young person? We are not able to provide any information given that we have very limited information regarding your identity and position.
Please forward any query to [email address] with you headed company paper, consent document and reasons for asking information from CSC.
Further please tell me what CSC is.
Where in the FOI Act does it say that an authority is "not able to provide any information given that we have very limited information regarding your identity and position " or needs "headed company paper, consent document and reasons for asking information from CSC."

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

robert chewter left an annotation ()

Rebecca I heard about this with Hackney collecting info on you which is terrible
It makes me wonder about home office and then doing the same to me hence them refusing and hiding and rejection my request

Bob Down left an annotation ()

Rebecca,
I think what has happened is your e-mail went to their Customer Service Centre; your request didn't say it was an FOIA enquiry so their mind set is that you are after the information for professional reasons rather than as a FOIA enquirer - hence them asking you where you work etc.
I expect their FOIA people will grab hold of this at some point and deal with it as an FOIA enquiry.
Bob.

robert chewter left an annotation ()

No bob they investigated Rebecca for some reason that eludes everyone and in actual fact the FOI team suggest that any info provided you can use as you like EG contact the press or add it to a blog
How you use info has no bearing on them providing any info professional or non professional

Dear Administrator,

Please refer this FOI as a complaint to the Council Senior Solicitor. The council is failing in itsduty to reply to this FOI and as such the individuals responsible are personally liable for their actions. My fee schedule is £300 per email from now on that the FOI remains unanswered.
I trust my FOi request will be answered soon
Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Administrator,
Hackney Council still fails to comply with the law, please start complying with the law, otherwise the public see that the Council is a criminal organisation. If this is unrebutted, and my FOIs are unanswered then this stands as truth in law

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Hackney Contact Centre,

Please ensure that this request for an internal review is sent to the monitoring officer, whose job it is to ensure that the Council carries out its legal duties. If no reply is received by me it will mean that the the Council and the Monitoring Officer are not caarrying out their duty. £1000 per month is the initial fee that the Council agrees to pay if they do not reply.

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

Dear Ms Hemsley

Thank you for your e-mail. Please note that Freedom of Information requests logged online are sent directly to our Information Management Office. If you wish us to confirm with them if they have received a request, please can you advise of the information required and the date the request was submitted

Many thanks

Mark Daly
Hackney Contact Centre

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Dear Hackney Contact Centre,

I am still awaiting the internal reviews on multiple FOI requests. Please could you pass this email onto the Monitoring office and confirm that you have done so.

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca HHemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Administrator,

I am still awaiting the internal reviews on multiple FOI requests. Please could you pass this email onto the Monitoring office and confirm that you have done so.
One request can be looked at here https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/j...

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Hackney Contact Centre, Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Information Management,

I am still awaiting the internal reviews on multiple FOI requests. Please could you pass this email onto the Council Monitoring office and confirm that you have done so.
One request can be looked at here https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/j...

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

Dear Hackney Borough Council,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Hackney Borough Council's handling of my FOI request 'Jason Swift'.

I am still awaiting the internal reviews on multiple FOI requests. Please could you pass this email onto the Council Monitoring office and confirm that you have done so.
One request can be looked at here https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/j...

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

Yours faithfully,

rebecca hemsley

Dear Cscreferrals,

I am still awaiting the internal reviews on multiple FOI requests. Please could you pass this email onto the Council Monitoring office and confirm that you have done so.
One request can be looked at here https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/j...

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Hemsley

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