Dear Poole Borough Council,

Please could you provide the following information:

1 - The number of children currently used by the council as juvenile Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS)
2 - How many of those children are care-experienced (in the care system now or in the past)
3 - The age of each of the children
4 - The ethnic background of each of the children
5 - How long each child has been working as a CHIS at the council
6 - How much each child is paid/ how each child is compensated for working as a CHIS

Yours faithfully,

Natasha Phillips
Researching Reform

Strategy Team - Information, Poole Borough Council

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Good afternoon

 

In response to your request:

 

Poole Council currently uses no juveniles as  Covert Human Intelligence
Sources (CHIS).

 

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