Operation Pelican

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Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

The Home Office recently informed me that the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) funded Operation Pelican, the effort to remove Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian embassy in London:
https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/7...

Please tell me, for the period 1 June 2018 - 1 May 2019:
- who was highest ranking MPS official involved in Operation Pelican;
- how many MPS officials worked on Operation Pelican in total;
- what was the MPS' total budget and expenses for Operation Pelican, broken down by year.

Yours faithfully,
Kevin McEvoy

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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Good Morning,

Please see the attached in respect of your recent information request.
Your case reference number for this request is : 01/FOI/22/023868

Kind regards,

Data Office Triage Team
Information Rights Unit
Data Office
Metropolitan Police Service
[email address]
Information Rights Unit, PO Box 313, Sidcup, DA15 0HH

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Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

We're now beyond the 20-day statutory limit, and you haven't provided me with the information requested.

Yours faithfully,

Kevin

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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We do receive a very high volume of requests and although we endeavour to
respond to all of them as quickly as possible, there may, at times, be a
few days turnaround time, should that be the case with regards to
responding to your email, we do respectfully ask you to bear with us while
we clear all the emails we received prior to yours.

 

The following applications are currently processed through the Data Office
Triage Team mailbox:

 

• Right of Access Requests (Formerly Subject Access Requests)

 

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• Association of British Insurers/NPCC Memorandum of Understanding
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• Right to Erasure and Right to Rectification Requests

 

• Requests under the Environmental Information Regulations 2000 (EIR)

 

 

Please visit www.met.police.uk for enquiries relating to:

 

I.            Road Traffic Collisions,

II.           Sarah’s Law – Registered sex offender data

III.          Clare’s Law – Domestic violence offender data

IV.         Disclosures for family court proceedings

V.           Publication Scheme and statistics

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Dear Metropolitan Police Service (MPS),

This is now incredibly delayed - I'll soon be forwarding this request to the Information Commissioner.

Yours faithfully,

Kevin McEvoy

Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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We do receive a very high volume of requests and although we endeavour to
respond to all of them as quickly as possible, there may, at times, be a
few days turnaround time, should that be the case with regards to
responding to your email, we do respectfully ask you to bear with us while
we clear all the emails we received prior to yours.

 

The following applications are currently processed through the Data Office
Triage Team mailbox:

 

• Right of Access Requests (Formerly Subject Access Requests)

 

• Freedom of Information Act Requests

 

• Association of British Insurers/NPCC Memorandum of Understanding
requests

 

• Right to Erasure and Right to Rectification Requests

 

• Requests under the Environmental Information Regulations 2000 (EIR)

 

 

Please visit www.met.police.uk for enquiries relating to:

 

I.            Road Traffic Collisions,

II.           Sarah’s Law – Registered sex offender data

III.          Clare’s Law – Domestic violence offender data

IV.         Disclosures for family court proceedings

V.           Publication Scheme and statistics

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Dear Mr McEvoy

 

I am writing in relation to your Freedom of Information request,
referenced above, and your email of 04/05/2022 which has been forwarded to
me today.

 

Your request was allocated to me to progress and I note that the deadline
to respond was 19/04/2022.  Please accept my apologies on behalf of the
MPS for the considerable delay in responding and any inconvenience this
may have caused.

 

Unfortunately I am not in a position to release a response to you at this
time, however, I am pleased to be able to inform you that a response has
been drafted and is currently with our Senior Leadership team awaiting
their approval for release.  I anticipate being able to release it to you
this week.

 

 

Yours sincerely,

 

 

Alyson Parker

Information Manager

Data Governance

Data Office

Metropolitan Police Service

 

Email: [1][email address]

Core location: Marlowe House, Sidcup.

 

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Cyclops on behalf of Alyson Parker, Metropolitan Police Service (MPS)

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      Official

 

Information Rights Unit
PO Box 313
Sidcup
DA15 0HH

 

Email: [1][The Met request email]

 

[2]www.met.police.uk

 

Your ref: 
Our ref: 01/FOI/22/023868

 

Date: 09/05/2022

 

 

 
 

 

Dear Mr McEvoy

 

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 01/FOI/22/023868

 

Please see the attached in respect of your Freedom of Information request
referenced above.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Alyson Parker

Information Manager

 

 

      Official

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