Relating to an accident on KR52 NLJ

Christopher Wise made this Freedom of Information request to Northumbria Police

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Christopher Wise

Dear Northumbria Police,

I'm writing this email as I'm after information on an incident i reported a year back when my car got hit up the back and i was ran over when i got out of car to see what damage was done to car.

I would like to know if possible the information gathered when it was reported and investigated and the outcome.

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Wise

Northumbria Police

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Thank you for your email.

As you have asked for this under the Freedom of Information Act I must
respond accordingly, under the Acts legislation.

In relation to your request, Northumbria Police can neither confirm nor
deny that it holds the information you requested as the duty in S1(1)(a) of
the Freedom of Information Act 2000 does not apply, by virtue of the
following exemptions:

S40(5) Personal information
S30(3) Investigations and proceedings conducted by public
authorities

Under the Freedom of Information Act, information that is disclosed is
released to the public as a whole and not just to the individual applicant.
As such, Northumbria Police would not wish to confirm or deny to the public
at large whether information is held about any individual or whether any
investigation has taken place or is taking place, therefore this
information will not be released under the Freedom of Information Act.

You should consider this to be a refusal notice under section 17 of the Act
for your request.

Such information may be considered for disclosure under the Data Protection
Act, Subject Access.

In order to aid and assist you I have provided the relevant forms below.

Please find attached a Subject Access Form (DPA 20), which should be
completed for:-

- Immigration purposed or to assist in obtaining a visa (Police National
Computer only).

- Personal information (PNC and/or Northumbria Police records), you MUST
either tick the relevant box and/or complete the “Other – please
explain" section).

IMPORTANT:

1 If you will be working with children or vulnerable adults, whether in
the UK or abroad, DO NOT complete this Subject Access Form. You must
contact the Criminal Records Bureau on telephone number 0870 9090811 and
request an Enhanced check.

2 If your employer has requested this information DO NOT complete this
Subject Access Form. You must contact Disclosure Scotland on telephone
number 0870 6096006 and request a Basic disclosure check (again, if you
will be working with children or vulnerable adults contact Criminal
Records Bureau).

To enable me to process a subject access application I require the
following:-

1 Completed application form (DPA 20).

2 Copy of identification document, eg birth certificate, current passport,
British driving licence or medical card. Please do not send original
documents.

3 Appropriate fee - £10.00 per application. (Cheques should be made
payable to "Northumbria Police").

Please note I cannot accept a company address as your current address.

(See attached file: DPA 20 Form (Sept 08).doc) (See attached
file: Data Protection Factsheet.doc)

Once all the documents have been received, a receipt will be sent to your
current address. Should you need to contact this office, please quote the
reference number written on the receipt.

Disclosure replies may take up to 40 days from the day your completed form,
fee and copies of ID are received by this office. If you do not receive a
disclosure reply within 14 days after this time (ie 54 days from the
original application) please contact the Information Compliance Unit on
01661 869 368 or 01661 869 353.

However, if you require further assistance, please contact this office.

Yours sincerely

Michael Cleugh
Data Protection & Disclosure Advisor
Disclosure Unit

From: Christopher Wise <[FOI #33808 email]> on
23/04/2010 23:20 CET

To: FOI requests at Northumbria Police
<[Northumbria Police request email]>
cc:
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Relating to an accident on
KR52 NLJ

Dear Northumbria Police,

I'm writing this email as I'm after information on an incident i
reported a year back when my car got hit up the back and i was ran
over when i got out of car to see what damage was done to car.

I would like to know if possible the information gathered when it
was reported and investigated and the outcome.

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Wise

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Christopher Wise

Dear Northumbria Police,

Could you send me details of address and who i make cheques out to please?

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Wise

Northumbria Police

Dear Christopher

In response to your email, cheques or postal orders should be made payable
to 'Northumbria Police'. The address for return of your form, fee and
copy of identification is:-

Disclosure Section
Northumbria Police
North Road
Ponteland
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE20 0BL

Please be advised email queries regarding 'personal information' should be
forwarded to the following email address:-

[email address]

Kind regards

Helen

Disclosure Section

From: Christopher Wise <[FOI #33808 email]>
on 02/05/2010 10:13 CET

To: [Northumbria Police request email]
cc:
Subject: Internal review of Freedom of Information request -
Relating to an accident on KR52 NLJ

Dear Northumbria Police,

Could you send me details of address and who i make cheques out to
please?

Yours faithfully,

Christopher Wise

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