Outcomes of Dr Ariel's research on Cambridgeshire Police Stop and Search

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Dear Cambridgeshire Constabulary,

In 2011 the force announced Dr Ariel, from Cambridge University Institute of Criminology, was to study the use of Stop and Search by Cambridgeshire Police.

Could you please release any outcomes (reports, correspondence, recommendations, papers etc.) arising from that work.

If no outcomes from the work have yet been provided to the police could you please advise me if and when they are expected.

Regards,

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Richard Taylor
Cambridge
http://www.rtaylor.co.uk

Cambridgeshire Constabulary

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Dear Richard

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST REFERENCE NO: 0452/2013
In reply to your request for information under the Freedom of Information
Act 2000, dated 11/07/2013

In 2011 the force announced Dr Ariel, from Cambridge University Institute
of Criminology, was to study the use of Stop and Search by Cambridgeshire
Police.

Could you please release any outcomes (reports, correspondence,
recommendations, papers etc.) arising from that work.

If no outcomes from the work have yet been provided to the police could
you please advise me if and when they are expected.  

The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (The Act) requires us to handle all
requests in a manner that is blind to the identity of the requestor.  Any
information released in response to a request is regarded as being
published, and therefore in the public domain without caveat.
We have completed all searches within Cambridgeshire Constabulary and
hereby enclose your response.

RESPONSE

A copy of the full report prepared by Dr Ariel is attached.

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which sets out your rights to appeal.

Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please
contact the Information Access Office via email, or on telephone number
01480 456 111 extension 2092.

Regards

Francis

Francis Crawford
Information Access Office
Cambridgeshire Constabulary

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