Section 60 enforcement

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From: J Hoontrakul

6 April 2011

Dear Metropolitan Police Authority,

During the protests on March 26th 2011 police officers demanded
that protesters remove their masks under section 60 of the Criminal
Justice and Public Order Act 1994. In some cases actually using
force to do so.

Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.

Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

How come the riot police are allowed to wear masks?

Are the police subjected to this Act? I ask because if Simon
Harwood (who was wearing a mask at the time) did not admit that he
was the man who struck Ian Tomlinson (an uncommonly honest act) it
would have been almost impossible to identify him.

Where is the accountability of the police in this if they cannot be
identified? It is your officers after all who are armed with
batons, gas and shields and we can see the results.

Also has the Metropolitan Police at any time employed or used
provocateurs in protests? It is a matter of public record that this
has been done by Canadian authorities among others.

Yours faithfully,

J Hoontrakul

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From: Enquiries

12 April 2011

Dear J Hoontrakul

Thank you for your request below under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

The Metropolitan Police Authority does not hold the information you require and we have therefore transferred your request to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Public Access Office.

The MPS will respond to you directly.

Thank you for your patience

Yours sincerely

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Metropolitan Police Authority

13 April 2011

Dear J. Hoontrakul

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 2011040001940
I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 12/04/2011. I note you seek
access to the following information:

"During the protests on March 26th 2011 police officers demanded that
protesters remove their masks under section 60 of the Criminal Justice and
Public Order Act 1994. In some cases actually using force to do so.

Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who authorised this.

Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

How come the riot police are allowed to wear masks?

Are the police subjected to this Act? I ask because if Simon Harwood (who
was wearing a mask at the time) did not admit that he was the man who
struck Ian Tomlinson (an uncommonly honest act) it would have been almost
impossible to identify him.

Where is the accountability of the police in this if they cannot be
identified? It is your officers after all who are armed with batons, gas
and shields and we can see the results.

Also has the Metropolitan Police at any time employed or used provocateurs
in protests? It is a matter of public record that this has been done by
Canadian authorities among others. "

You originally submitted your above request to the Metropolitan Police
Authority (MPA) who then transferred your request on to the Metropolitan
Police Service (MPS).

Your request will now be considered in accordance with the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (the Act). You will receive a response within the
statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject to
the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances the MPS may be unable to achieve this
deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
time-scale at the earliest opportunity.

Some requests may also require either full or partial transference to
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Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please write
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Yours sincerely

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Policy and Support Officer
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Metropolitan Police Authority

16 May 2011

Dear J Hoontrakul

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 2011040001940

I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 12/04/2011. I note you seek
access to the following information:

During the protests on March 26th 2011 police officers demanded that
protesters remove their masks under section 60 of the Criminal Justice and
Public Order Act 1994. In some cases actually using force to do so.

1 Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.
2 Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.
3 How come the riot police are allowed to wear masks?
4 Are the police subjected to this Act?

I ask because if Simon Harwood (who was wearing a mask at the time) did
not admit that he was the man who struck Ian Tomlinson (an uncommonly
honest act) it would have been almost impossible to identify him.

5 Where is the accountability of the police in this if they cannot
be identified?
It is your officers after all who are armed with batons, gas and shields
and we can see the results.

6 Also has the Metropolitan Police at any time employed or used
provocateurs in protests? It is a matter of public record that this has
been done by Canadian authorities among others. .

This letter is to inform you that it will not be possible to respond to
your request within the cost threshold.

Questions 3 to 5: These are not asking for information held however, I am
prepared to provide an answer.

Q1 & 2 Please see section 16 below.

Q3 The headover is a part of the fire retardant protective
equipment that officers may wear in public order incidents.

Q4 Please see the following link:
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1994...

Q5 All Constables and Sergeants have a unique
identification number displayed on their shoulder epaulettes.

Q6 This question gives no timeline in which to work with. A
search failed to locate any policy documents regarding the use of
'provocateurs'. The MPS deals with more than 4,500 public order events a
year.To answer this question, searches of a wide variety of systems both
manual and electronic would need to be undertaken. Manual records would
need to be recovered from document storage and then manually read to
establish if they were relevant and whether data specific to your request
was held. Just to locate and read the tactical plans of every operation
would exceed cost however, I must point out the use of provocateurs is not
a tactical option. The following link will provide access to the
Association Of Chief Police Officers manual of guidance document 'Keeping
the Peace'. Page 95 provides the current tactical options available.
http://www.acpo.police.uk/documents/unif...

We estimate that the cost of complying with this request would exceed the
appropriate limit. The appropriate limit has been specified in regulations
and for agencies outside central Government; this is set at **450.00.
This represents the estimated cost of one person spending 18 hours [at a
rate of **25 per hour] in determining whether the MPS holds the
information, and locating, retrieving and extracting the information.

In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, this letter acts
as a Refusal Notice.

Section 17(5) of the Act provides:

(5) A public authority which, in relation to any request for information,
is relying on a claim that section 12 or 14 applies must, within the time
for complying with section 1(1), give the applicant a notice stating that
fact.

Section 12 of the Act provides:

The Metropolitan Police Service can neither confirm nor deny that it holds
the information you requested as the duty in Section 1(1)(a) of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 does not apply, by virtue of the following
exemptions:

12(2) Subsection (1) does not exempt the public authority from its
obligation to comply with paragraph (a) of section 1(1) unless the
estimated cost of complying with that paragraph alone would exceed the
appropriate limit.

Section 16: (duty to assist)

We are required to offer you the opportunity to redefine your request
within the cost limit.

If you redefine your request as follows, I may be able to assist you
further.

Regarding the protests on March 26th 2011, Section 60 of the Criminal
Justice and Public Order Act 1994 was authorised.

1 Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.

2 Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

We invite you to redefine your request within three months from the date
of this letter.

If you wish to discuss redefining your request, please contact me on 020
7230 0681 or via email [email address]

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Your attention is drawn to the attached sheet which details your right of
complaint.

Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact Chris Oliver on telephone number 020 7230 0681 quoting the
reference number above.

Yours sincerely

Chris Oliver
Public Order Information Team
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From: J Hoontrakul

27 May 2011

Dear Metropolitan Police Authority,

As requested I am redefining my questions:

Regarding the protests on March 26th 2011, Section 60 of the
Criminal
Justice and Public Order Act 1994 was authorised.

1 Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.

2 Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

3 You state that "The headover is a part of the fire retardant
protective
equipment that officers may wear in public order incidents." Is the
public not allowed such protections?

5 There has been cases when these numbers are hidden, covered and
even changed. A few examples here of no numbers:
http://www.nigelhowardmedia.com/page6.htm

and here

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

and here

http://thethirdestate.net/2010/11/police...

In fact there is an accusation that the police tries to hide the
fact that its officers hide their numbers:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

Some police even refuse to give their number:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/video...

In these cases their faces are not hidden, my question is: if the
police can hide their faces and some also hide their numbers. Where
is the accountability?

Yours faithfully,

J Hoontrakul

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Metropolitan Police Authority

31 May 2011

Dear J. Hoontrakul

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 2011050004390
I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 27/05/2011. I note you seek
access to the following information:

"As requested I am redefining my questions:

Regarding the protests on March 26th 2011, Section 60 of the
Criminal
Justice and Public Order Act 1994 was authorised.

1 Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.

2 Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

3 You state that "The headover is a part of the fire retardant
protective
equipment that officers may wear in public order incidents." Is the
public not allowed such protections?

5 There has been cases when these numbers are hidden, covered and
even changed. A few examples here of no numbers:
http://www.nigelhowardmedia.com/page6.htm

and here

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

and here

http://thethirdestate.net/2010/11/police...

In fact there is an accusation that the police tries to hide the
fact that its officers hide their numbers:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

Some police even refuse to give their number:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/video...

In these cases their faces are not hidden, my question is: if the
police can hide their faces and some also hide their numbers. Where
is the accountability?"

Your request will now be considered in accordance with the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (the Act). You will receive a response within the
statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject to
the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances the MPS may be unable to achieve this
deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
time-scale at the earliest opportunity.

Some requests may also require either full or partial transference to
another public authority in order to answer your query in the fullest
possible way. Again, you will be informed if this is the case.

COMPLAINT RIGHTS

Your attention is drawn to the attached sheet, which details your right of
complaint.

Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact me at the above e-mail address, quoting the reference number
above.

Yours sincerely

R. Loizou
Policy and Support Officer
COMPLAINT RIGHTS

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London
SW6 1SF
[email address]

In all possible circumstances the MPS will aim to respond to your
complaint within 20 working days.
The Information Commissioner

After lodging a complaint with the MPS if you are still dissatisfied with
the decision you may make application to the Information Commissioner for
a decision on whether the request for information has been dealt with in
accordance with the requirements of the Act.

For information on how to make application to the Information Commissioner
please visit their website at www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk.
Alternatively, phone or write to:

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Dear J Hoontrakul

Freedom of Information Request Reference No: 2011050004390

I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) on 27/05/2011. I note you seek
access to the following information:

As requested I am redefining my questions:

Regarding the protests on March 26th 2011, Section 60 of the Criminal
Justice and Public Order Act 1994 was authorised.

1 Please supply the name and rank of the police officer who
authorised this.

2 Please supply a copy of the written order which allowed this.

3 You state that "The headover is a part of the fire retardant
protective equipment that officers may wear in public order incidents." Is
the public not allowed such protections?

5 There has been cases when these numbers are hidden, covered and
even changed. A few examples here of no numbers:

http://www.nigelhowardmedia.com/page6.htm

and here

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

and here

http://thethirdestate.net/2010/11/police...

In fact there is an accusation that the police tries to hide the fact that
its officers hide their numbers:

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/a...

Some police even refuse to give their number:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/video...

In these cases their faces are not hidden,

My question is: if the police can hide their faces and some also hide
their numbers. Where is the accountability?

RESPONSE:

Following receipt of your request searches were conducted within the MPS
to locate information relevant to your request.

EXTENT OF SEARCHES TO LOCATE INFORMATION

To locate the information relevant to your request searches were conducted
at Operation Brontide

RESULT OF SEARCHES

The searches located records relevant to your request.

DECISION

I have today decided to:

Answer questions 1 and 2 in full;

Question 1 Chief Superintendent Adrian ROBERTS

Question 2 I have attached a copy of the section 60 authorisation
below. Information, not relevant to this request has been redacted.

Fully exempt questions 3 and 5 pursuant to the provisions of section 8 of
the Act.

REASONS FOR DECISION

Section 17 of the Act provides:

(1) A public authority which, in relation to any request for
information, is to any extent relying on a claim that any provision in
part II relating to the duty to confirm or deny is relevant to the request
or on a claim that information is exempt information must, within the time
for complying with section 1(1), give the applicant a notice which-

(a) states the fact,
(b) specifies the exemption in question, and
(c) states (if that would not otherwise be apparent) why the exemption
applies.

Section 8:

8(1) In this Act any reference to a 'request for information' is a
reference to such a request which:-
(a) is in writing,
(b) states the name of the applicant and an address for correspondence,
and
(c) describes the information requested.

Section (c), you have failed to ask for information that is held. Though I
have answered questions previously that did not fall within information
held, Question 3 asks for an opinion which would be open to interpretaion.
Question 5 asks for an explaination which is not a requirement under the
act and would be seen as generating, not retrieving information.

Section 16 (duty to assist)

Question 3 The following link explains the circumstances when an
officer may require the removal of an item believed to be worn to conceal
a persons identity:
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1994...

Question 5 The final link is to the current Policy regarding dress
code and appearance, failure to comply with this policy may result in
disciplinary action.
http://www.met.police.uk/foi/pdfs/polici...

COMPLAINT RIGHTS

If you are dissatisfied with this response please read the attached paper
entitled Complaint Rights which explains how to make a complaint.

Should you have any further enquiries concerning this matter, please
contact me on 020 7230 0681 or at the address at the top of this letter,
quoting the reference number above.

Yours sincerely

Chris Oliver
Public Order Information Team

In complying with their statutory duty under sections 1 and 11 of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000 to release the enclosed information, the
Metropolitan Police Service will not breach the Copyright, Designs and
Patents Act 1988. However, the rights of the copyright owner of the
enclosed information will continue to be protected by law. Applications
for the copyright owner's written permission to reproduce any part of the
attached information should be addressed to MPS Directorate of Legal
Services, 1st Floor (Victoria Block), New Scotland Yard, Victoria, London,
SW1H 0BG.
COMPLAINT RIGHTS

Are you unhappy with how your request has been handled or do you think the
decision is incorrect?

You have the right to require the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to
review their decision.

Prior to lodging a formal complaint you are welcome and encouraged to
discuss the decision with the case officer that dealt with your request.

Ask to have the decision looked at again ***

The quickest and easiest way to have the decision looked at again is to
telephone the case officer that is nominated at the end of your decision
letter.

That person will be able to discuss the decision, explain any issues and
assist with any problems.

Complaint

If you are dissatisfied with the handling procedures or the decision of
the MPS made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act) regarding
access to information you can lodge a complaint with the MPS to have the
decision reviewed.

Complaints should be made in writing, within forty (40) working days from
the date of the refusal notice, and addressed to:

FOI Complaint
Public Access Office
PO Box 57192
London
SW6 1SF
[email address]

In all possible circumstances the MPS will aim to respond to your
complaint within 20 working days.
The Information Commissioner

After lodging a complaint with the MPS if you are still dissatisfied with
the decision you may make application to the Information Commissioner for
a decision on whether the request for information has been dealt with in
accordance with the requirements of the Act.

For information on how to make application to the Information Commissioner
please visit their website at www.informationcommissioner.gov.uk.
Alternatively, phone or write to:

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF
Phone: 01625 545 700

The Metropolitan Police Service is here for London - on the streets and in
your community, working with you to make our city safer.

Consider our environment - please do not print this email unless
absolutely necessary.

NOTICE - This email and any attachments may be confidential, subject to
copyright and/or legal privilege and are intended solely for the use of
the intended recipient. If you have received this email in error, please
notify the sender and delete it from your system. To avoid incurring
legal liabilities, you must not distribute or copy the information in this
email without the permission of the sender. MPS communication systems are
monitored to the extent permitted by law. Consequently, any email and/or
attachments may be read by monitoring staff. Only specified personnel are
authorised to conclude any binding agreement on behalf of the MPS by
email. The MPS accepts no responsibility for unauthorised agreements
reached with other employees or agents. The security of this email and
any attachments cannot be guaranteed. Email messages are routinely scanned
but malicious software infection and corruption of content can still occur
during transmission over the Internet. Any views or opinions expressed in
this communication are solely those of the author and do not necessarily
represent those of the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS).

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