Litter Statistics in Hinckley and Bosworth

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Dear Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council,

I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) 1990, s87 how many individuals committed the offence of leaving litter?
b) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter were issued?
c) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
d) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?
e) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92?
f) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
g) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A?

2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s59 how many PSPOs have been made?
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with the order?
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA, s68?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders in effect?
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders been challenged?
f) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?

3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices (CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s43 how many CPNs have been issued?
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been issued?
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of failing to comply with the order?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the CPNs?
e) How many fines have been paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year, parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

Yours faithfully,

Samantha Davey

Jo McLaren, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council

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From: Samantha Davey[SMTP:[email address]]
Sent: 28 January 2017 15:05:47
To: Access2info
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Litter Statistics in Hinckley and Bosworth Auto forwarded by a Rule

Dear Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council,

I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:
a) Under the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) 1990, s87 how many individuals committed the offence of leaving litter?
b) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter were issued?
c) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
d) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines?
e) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92?
f) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94?
g) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A?

2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s59 how many PSPOs have been made?
b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with the order?
c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA, s68?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders in effect?
e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders been challenged?
f) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?

3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices (CPNs):
a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014, s43 how many CPNs have been issued?
b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been issued?
c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of failing to comply with the order?
d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the CPNs?
e) How many fines have been paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year, parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

Yours faithfully,

Samantha Davey

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Nicola Brooks, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council

Dear Samantha

 

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From: Samantha Davey[[2]SMTP:[email address]]

Sent: 28 January 2017 15:05:47

To: Access2info

Subject: Freedom of Information request - Litter Statistics in Hinckley
and Bosworth Auto forwarded by a Rule

 

Dear Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council,

 

I would like to request the following information on: 1) Litter under the
Environmental Protection Act 1990, 2) Public Space Protection Orders under
the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and 3) Community
Protection Notices under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act
2014.

 

1. Data for the last 5 years on the following:

a) Under the Environmental Protection Act (EPA) 1990, s87 how many
individuals committed the offence of leaving litter? - 189

b) Under the EPA s88 how many fixed penalty notices for leaving litter
were issued? - 189

 

2011/12 -60

2012/13 -38

2013/14 -33

2014/15 -34

2015/16 -24

 

c) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
– 176

 

2011/12 -60

2012/13 -35

2013/14 -26

2014/15 -31

2015/16 -24

 

d) How many challenges have been made against payment of fines? – 13

 

2011/12 -0

2012/13 -3

2013/14 -7

2014/15 -3

2015/16 -0

 

e) How many litter abatement notices were issued under the EPA s92? – Zero

f) How many street litter control notices were issued under EPA ss93-94? –
Zero

g) How many litter clearance notices were issued under the EPA s92A? –
Zero

 

2. Data from the time of commencement of Public Space Protection Orders
(PSPOs):

a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s59 how many PSPOs have been made? One Order contains 11 restrictions.

b) Under the ASBCPA, s67 how many individuals have failed to comply with
the order? – Zero

c) How many fixed penalty notices were issued for PSPOs under the ASBCPA,
s68? – Zero

d) Under the ASBCPA, s61 how many further various have been made to orders
in effect? – Zero

e) Under the ASBCPA, s66 how many times has the validity of the orders
been challenged? – Zero

f) How many of these fines were paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid?
– Zero

 

3. Data from the time of commencement of Community Protection Notices
(CPNs):

a) Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act (ASBCPA) 2014,
s43 how many CPNs have been issued? – Zero

b) Under the ASBCPA s43 how many Community Protection Notices have been
issued? – Zero

c) Under the ASBCPA, s52 how many fixed penalty notices have been issued?
– Zero

Under the ASBCPA, s48 how many individuals have committed the offence of
failing to comply with the order? – Zero

d) Under the ASBCPA, s46 how many appeals have there been against the
CPNs? – Zero

e) How many fines have been paid and/or how many fines remain unpaid? –
Zero

 

If possible, it would be helpful if the data could be broken down by year,
parish and type of litter offence (e.g. car litter, etc). If the council
does not have the data (mentioned above) which body holds this data?

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Samantha Davey

 

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Dear Nicola Brooks,

This is very helpful. Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

Samantha Davey

Nicola Brooks, Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council

I'm currently out of the office until 20.02.2017. I shall endeavor to
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