Quinton Policing & Quinton Police Station
Dominic Stanford made this Freedom of Information request to West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner
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Dear West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner,
I am writing to request the following information regarding Quinton Police Station on Quinton Road West:
- how many times since 01/01/2020 has Quinton Police station been used for operational policing?
- has the Station been sold?
- if the station has been sold, to whom has it been sold and for what price and intended use?
- is the station currently being prioritised for sale?
- have there been interested parties in buying the property and when is a sale expected to be completed?
- what is the asking price for the building?
When Quinton Police Station was closed, were concerns raised by any police officers or sergeants regarding the impact on policing in Quinton, and if so, what were these concerns (in their original and complete wording)?
Since the closure, has there been a decline in response times to crimes in Quinton ward? Please provide the data for response times for the last 5 years.
Regarding the Quinton Policing Team, how many current permanent and temporary vacancies are there and how long have these vacancies existed? What are these vacancies.
Please also provide me with the number of reported crimes and number of arrests made relating to the following crimes within the Birmingham Council ward of Quinton:
- car theft
- dangerous driving
- drug related offences
- anti-social behaviour
- violent crime
I look forward to your swift response.
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Dear Mr Stanford,
Please see the attached response to your Freedom of Information Request.
Business Support Officer
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner
Colmore Circus Queensway
Office: 0121 626 6060
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