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Providing personal Information under Covid Guidlines/Regulation/Restrictions

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Dear Leicestershire Constabulary,

Under Freedom of Information can you please Enlighten me to the following.

? Where it states that covid guidlines/regulations or restrictions have the force
of law or legislation.

Where Public have to give out their personal details to be issued fines
under covid regulations or fear Arrest for obstruction if they do not?
As there is no mention of having to supply any personal Information in
legislation by case law(Rice v Connely 1966), Neither in common law.

Primary police role is to uphold the Queens peace and enforce law/legislation.
where the Queens peace has not been breached as the difinitions
in the Breach of this peace is not reached by the definitions of Covid
guidlines/regulations or restrictions.
Therefor how can something be enforced by you,that is not in law or legislation.

Yours faithfully,

Barry Smith

FOI, Leicestershire Constabulary

Dear Mr Smith

I acknowledge receipt of your request for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This is receiving our attention and a response will be sent to you in due course and within the specified time.

Regards

Jane Orange
Freedom of Information Officer
Information Management
Leicestershire Police
http://www.leics.police.uk
email; [Leicestershire Police request email]
Tel: 101 Ext: 3307041

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Dear Mr Smith,

Please find attached response to your below Freedom of Information request.

Regards

Jane Orange
Freedom of Information Officer
Information Management
Leicestershire Police
http://www.leics.police.uk
email; [Leicestershire Police request email]
Tel: 101 Ext: 3307041

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Dear FOI,

Thank you very much for your reply
I have looked through this Coronavirus legislation, but I am having a problem finding the case law that gives the coronavirus legislation the power that people have to give out their personal details, that beats the case law rice v Connolly 1966 that states public do not have to give out personal details to you.
So if you could be so kind as to forward this to me I would be most grateful.

Yours sincerely,

Barry Smith

FOI, Leicestershire Constabulary

Dear Mr Smith

I acknowledge receipt of your request for an internal review under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

This is receiving our attention and a response will be sent to you in due course and within the specified time.

Regards

Jane Orange
Freedom of Information Officer
Information Management
Leicestershire Police
http://www.leics.police.uk
email; [Leicestershire Police request email]
Tel: 101 Ext: 3307041

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Good Morning Mr Smith,

Please find attached our response to your FOI appeal

 

Kind Regards,

 

Linda Dempsey

Freedom of Information Officer

Information Management Section

Specialist Services

Leicestershire Police

 

[1]http://leics.police.uk

mail to: [2][email address]

or [3][Leicestershire Police request email]

Tel: 101. Extn 3308035 Voice Mail 8035

 

 

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Dear FOI,

I thank you for your swift reply to my F.O.I supplying personal details under coronavirus Restrictions/Regulations/guidance.
However at no time was an internal review asked for, neither was an appeal to any of your responses to my F.O.I.

You have stated PACE as your answer to my question but have failed to provide me with where it states I HAVE to give out my personal details.

PACE is ok for your police officers to Arrest for the purpose of finding out someone's details by way of putting them on the live scan, but nothing about HAVING to give their personal details out.

Rice v Connelly 1966 states that the public does NOT need to give their personal details out to the police or interact with them in any way and has not been amended by any other case law in any way shape or form to state that the public now has to give out their personal information when asked by a police person.

The use of PACE makes me feel I am being misled by the police into believing I have to give my personal details out when asked by a police officer.

So Therefore I shall ask the question again.
Please can you provide me with information/details that STATES that I HAVE to give out my personal details to the police under Coronavirus Regulations/Restrictions/Guidelines or any other coronavirus legislative acts.

Yours sincerely,

Barry Smith

FOI, Leicestershire Constabulary

Good Morning Mr Smith,
Thank you for your Email. If I may explain, if we receive communication where the applicant is not satisfied with our initial response to their FOI request then we re-examine the request and response as a review which is carried out independently by another FOI Officer. Hence why we refer to it as a 'Review'

With reference to your repeated request below I note your comments.
It is our opinion that Leicestershire Police have responded to your FOI request. We have provided information that we consider answers your FOI requests. We reviewed the initial response and provided additional information on the subsequent request.

If you are dissatisfied with our responses then you have the right to direct your comments to the Information Commissioner who will give it consideration as per the Freedom of Information process.

I trust this information is helpful.

Kind Regards,

Linda Dempsey
Freedom of Information Officer
Information Management Section
Specialist Services
Leicestershire Police

http://leics.police.uk
mail to: [email address]
or [Leicestershire Police request email]
Tel: 101. Extn 3308035 Voice Mail 8035

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