Looked After Children Stats for 2015 2016

Jo Peacher made this Freedom of Information request to Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Hackney Borough Council,

I'm Looking as part of a study programme for myself details of all children in your area that are looked after children for the years 2015 to 2016 both years included to todays date or the end of the year
Why and how long they have been looked after children and finally why do the children go out of the area and what areas do you send them too.

Yours faithfully,

Jo Peacher

Hackney Borough Council

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Dear Ms Peacher,

FOI Ref: FOI16-1222-16237

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Dear Hackney Borough Council,

You have failed by law to respond to my request why can a public servant break the law and the public can not why have you not explain ed the delay or do you simply not want to go on public record with your foi reuests

Yours faithfully,

Jo Peacher

Information Management,

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Dear Ms Peacher

 

Please find attached the response to your Freedom of Information request.
 My apologies for the delay in responding to you.

 

 

Kind regards

 

Noelle Savory

Information Governance Team

Hackney Council

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The contents of this email are confidential to the intended recipient at
the email address to which it has been addressed. It may not be disclosed
to or used by anyone other than this addressee, nor may it be copied in
any way. If received in error, please contact Hackney Council,
www.hackney.gov.uk on 020 8356 3000 (out of hours - 020 8356 2300) quoting
the name of the sender and the addressee and then delete it from your
system. Please note that neither Hackney Council nor the sender accepts
any responsibility for viruses and it is your responsibility to scan the
email and attachments (if any). No contracts may be concluded on behalf of
Hackney Council by means of email communications.Please note that Hackney
Council reserves the right to monitor emails for the purpose of monitoring
or communications relevant to the Company’s business under the
Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception Of
Communications) Regulations 2000 (S.I. 2000/2699) ("the Regulations") for
the following reasons: to investigate or detect the unauthorised use of
the systems, e.g. that this policy is being observed, that no
discriminatory or offensive content appears in emails; to maintain an
adequate level of security for our computer systems; to detect any
computer viruses; to check mailboxes of absent employees. To exercise its
right under the Regulations, Hackney Council must have made all reasonable
efforts to inform every person who may use the system that interception
may take place and this notice to you should be regarded as such
notification..

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