Middlesbrough Dog Thefts

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Dear Cleveland Police,

I would like to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act (2000).
I would like to request information on the amount of reported dog thefts that you have received within the area of Middlesbrough.

Could I please receive the amount of reported dog thefts:
Over the past 5 years, broken down by each year (2015 - 2020)
Each year of thefts to be broken down by specific breed of dog

Yours faithfully,

Russ Hunter

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Dear Mr Hunter,

Enquiry Ref: 12749/2021

I acknowledge receipt of your request for information dated 22nd March 2021 and received by this office on 23rd March 2021.

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Dear Mr Hunter,

Enquiry Ref: 12750/2021

I write in connection with your request for information dated 22nd March 2021 and received by this office on 23rd March 2021. Below are the questions raised in your request and all of the information we have been able to retrieve.

I would like to request information on the amount of reported dog thefts that you have received within the area of Middlesbrough.
Could I please receive the amount of reported dog thefts:
Over the past 5 years, broken down by each year (2015 - 2020)
Each year of thefts to be broken down by specific breed of dog
a) We have attached a document that contains all of the information we have been able to retrieve.

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We have made every effort to ensure a response was provided within statutory deadlines, however due to current circumstances delays have been unavoidable. If your response was late we apologise for any inconvenience it may have caused and thank you for your patience. If we can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact this office.

Yours sincerely,

Ms E McGuigan
Freedom of Information Decision Maker
Directorate of Standards and Ethics
Cleveland Community Safety Hub | 1 Cliffland Way | Hemlington | TS8 9GL
E-mail: [email address]

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

       
Public Service | Transparency | Impartiality | Integrity

“Delivering outstanding policing for our communities”

Please do not use social media or email to report crime as we do not monitor these accounts 24/7. Dial 999 in an emergency or visit the contact us section of our website for all reporting options.

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