Dear City of London Police,

Could you tell me the number of marked and unmarked Police Cars, marked and unmarked Police vans, marked and unmarked Motorcycles, marked and unmarked jeeps, marked and unmarked mountain bikes in your fleet as of 1 September 2013, 1 September 2014, 1 September 2015, 1 September 2016 & 1 September 2017.

I'm not looking for vehicles that are used for training, just frontline policing vehicles

Yours faithfully,
Megan Foster

FOI, City of London Police

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Birchall Ian, City of London Police

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Dear Ms Foster,

Please find attached the answer from the City Of London Police regarding
your recent freedom of information request.

 

if  you should have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me,

 

Regards

 

PC Ian Birchall

Information Access Officer
Intelligence and Information Directorate
City of London Police | 182 Bishopsgate | London EC2M 4NP
Email: Ian.Birchall@cityoflondon.police

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