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Dear Derbyshire County Council,

On 27 August I made a Freedom of Information Request which you can review here:

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s...

When you responded, you gave the figures as of 29 September 2020.

Please supply the figures as your records show to be the case as of 27 August 2020.

How many cases does the Specialist Disabled Children's Services maintain?
How many of these children have been seen, in real time, to establish that
they are safe and well within the last 30 working days?
For children with an active case maintained by Specialist Disabled
Children's Services, in the most extreme case, how long has it been since
that child was seen, in real time, by a council officer to establish that
they are safe and well?

Yours faithfully,

Lee Martin

Access 2 Info (Commissioning Communities and Policy), Derbyshire County Council

Dear Mr Martin,

 

I write to acknowledge receipt of your request for information received on
18 October 2020.

 

Your request will be dealt with in accordance with the provisions of the
Freedom of Information Act 2000. Authorities are required to respond
promptly to requests and in any event within 20 working days following the
date of receipt. In your case we calculate this to be by 13 November 2020.
However, we shall endeavour to deal with your request promptly, and if
possible before this date.

           

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Business Services Assistant

Access 2 Information Team

Derbyshire County Council

County Hall

Matlock

DE4 3AG

 

 

 

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