RAF Police Training and Deployment

Al Buckingham made this Freedom of Information request to Royal Air Force

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Dear Royal Air Force,

This is a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act.

1. Can I have a copy of the training program and/or syllabus for RAF Police NCOs and RAF Police Officers for the initial trade branch training.

2. What personal equipment is issued to RAF Police (or to both NCOs and Officers if different)

3. Can I have a table showing the monthly arrests made by each RAFP unit/station for the last 5 years, broken down by whether the arrest was performed by a RAFP NCO, RAFP Officer, or by another non-service police NCO or Officer.

4. What facilities are used to detain an arrested person?

Yours faithfully,

Al Buckingham

Dear Royal Air Force,

Can you please confirm receipt of this request?

Yours faithfully,

Al Buckingham


Dear Mr Buckingham,

Thank you for your email enquiring about confirmation that the Ministry of Defence has received your Freedom of Information request.

I can confirm that your request was received and an acknowledgement sent to you on 24 May 2016. However, the business area taking this request forward has been experiencing some technical issues with their email. This email, therefore, is to let you know that your request has been logged under reference 2016/05331 and the target date for response is 21 June 2016.

Yours Sincerely,

MOD Information Rights team

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Rich South left an annotation ()

They will refuse that request as being to expensive.

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