Dear Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner,
Please could you answer the following FOI questions.

What % of Police Officers - excluding Wildlife Officers - have received training to recognise illegal hunting?

What % of Wildlife Officers have received formal training to recognise illegal hunting?

Who provided this training - as in their qualifications and capacity?

How long was the training course?

Policy & Procedures:
Are officers being asked to actively monitor hunts and look for evidence of illegal activities?

Do officers monitoring hunts have to 'declare an interest' if they hunt?

Finally-
How many successful prosecutions have you secured regarding the illegal killing of foxes/hares?

Yours faithfully,

B Wray

.PCC, Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner

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Fenwick, Yvonne, Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner

Dear Sir/Madam

Thank you for your Freedom of Information Request regarding illegal hunting and prosecutions.

The information that you are requesting is not held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. We would therefore recommend that you forward your request to Dorset Police’s Freedom of Information office directly for their consideration. You are able to email them at [email address] or write to them at:

FOI Office
Dorset Police Headquarters
Winfrith
Dorset
DT2 8DZ

Yours faithfully

Yvonne Fenwick ACMI | Governance and Contact Manager
Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner | Force Headquarters | Winfrith | Dorset |  DT2 8DZ
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