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Dear Police,

This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Please provide the following information:

How many reports against taxi drivers (including uber drivers) have you received in 2018 and up until November 2019.

Please include:
1. The nature of the crime.
2. Statements/reports of the crime.
3. Victims- age and gender.

Let me know if there is anything I can clarify.

Yours faithfully,
Taylor Willis

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Dear Chris Fitzgerald,

Thanks for Freedom of Information response.

Can you confirm that the spreadsheet details reports made against taxi or uber drivers? And is the age column the age of the victim or taxi driver? Please clarify.

Can you also look at whether these people outlined in the spreadsheet were prosecuted?

Yours sincerely,
Taylor Willis

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Dear Mr/Ms Willis,

With regards to the below questions you have raised (Q) = question, A) = answer):

Q) Can you confirm that the spreadsheet details reports made against taxi or uber drivers?
- A) These figures relate to the number of crime committed by a person where their occupation has been stated as a taxi driver. This could include both Uber drivers and taxi drivers given the occupation are self-declared - it depends if the suspect sees themselves as a taxi driver.

And is the age column the age of the victim or taxi driver? Please clarify.
- A) The age column is in relation to the victim.

Can you also look at whether these people outlined in the spreadsheet were prosecuted?
- A) Dorset Police does not hold information concerning prosecutions or convictions; this may be held by the Crown Prosecution Service.

Yours sincerely,

Chris Fitzgerald
Alliance Freedom of Information Officer
Dorset Police Headquarters, Winfrith
Tel: 01202 223696 (Mon-Fri)
Email: [email address] or [Dorset Police request email]

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