Operation wolverine

Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner did not have the information requested.

Dear Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner,

Under the freedom of information act can you please:

- Provide a copy of the policy in regards operation wolverine for road traffic offences/crime.

- List the process that should be applied by the police and 'offender' when a vehicle seizure notice 165a/165b has been issued and 'wolverine' written on the seizure notice. (I.e. point of seizure notice issue to collection of vehicle)

Yours faithfully,

Mr J Johnson


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Dear Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner,

Thank u for your reply however you have not provided a response to my questions. At this point I have not said that I have a complaint to make against the police. However, based on the response you provide in regards the policy and process as per my request under the freedom of information, there may or may not be anything further to address.

Yours faithfully,

J Johnson

Davies, Amy,

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Dear Mr J Johnson,


Thank you for your email.  The email that you received back straight away
was just our automated email response.


The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Greater Manchester
does not hold specific information with regards to your request.


I would recommend that you direct your request to the Freedom of
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Kind regards



Amy Davies

Senior Executive Services Officer

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
for Greater Manchester
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From: Phelan, Lucy On Behalf Of GMPCC Info
Sent: 28 May 2013 10:18
To: Davies, Amy
Subject: JOHN01002 - FOI request



28 May 2013                                                            
Our Ref: PCC/LP/JOHN01002/01130524



Hi Amy,


Re: Mr J Johnson


Please find attached an email we have received from the above relating to
a FOI request.


Please could you copy me into your response to Mr Johnsons request so I
can update CFL.




Lucy Phelan



Lucy Phelan

Executive Services Officer



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