Dear Stirling Council,
Can you confirm or deny whether the Stirling Councill has ever used Juvenile Covert Human Intelligence Sources? (Juvenile CHIS as authorised by s7 and s8(3)(c) of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers (Scotland) Act 2000).
Please treat this request as a Freedom of Information Request.
Dear Mr Deans,
Your request for information has been logged and allocated reference FOI/12049.
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Unless clarification is required your request will be answered promptly, and within twenty working days of the date your request was received – in this case no later than 06/12/18
Records & Information Compliance Team
Stirling FK8 2ET
[Stirling Council request email]
Dear Mr Deans,
I refer to your above request under the Freedom of Information (Scotland)
Act 2002, which was logged by us as FOI/12049
The following information has been provided in response to your request.
Stirling Council can confirm that we have never used Juvenile Covert Human
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