Dear Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council,

I would like know

1-the number of times within museums and galleries over the past 12 months where:

Police and/or PSCO s have been alerted to incidents inside or in the perimeter of the site during opening hours

There has been no recourse to Police/PSCO, but the incident has been recorded within log books/reported to management or equivalent recording/reporting procedure

2-The nature of the incident (ideally provided by suitably redacted copy of said log book/recording/reporting documentation e.g. Forms)

3- outcome and measures put in place as response to either specific incidents/and or general responses and whether these measures were permanent or temporary

Yours faithfully,

B Mihall

Freedom Of Information Requests, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear B Mihall,

 

Freedom of Information Request

Unique Reference No: FOI 7137

 

Thank you for your email received 24 January 2018 requesting information
under the Freedom of Information Act. I understand your request to be as
follows:

 

I would like know

 

1-the number of times within museums and galleries over the past 12 months
where:

 

Police and/or PSCO s have been alerted to incidents inside or in the
perimeter of the site during opening hours

 

There has been no recourse to Police/PSCO, but the incident has been
recorded within log books/reported to management or equivalent
recording/reporting procedure

 

2-The nature of the incident (ideally provided by suitably redacted copy
of said log book/recording/reporting documentation e.g. Forms)

 

3- outcome and measures put in place as response to either specific
incidents/and or general responses and whether these measures were
permanent or temporary

 

Your request is being considered as a request under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000.  In accordance with statutory requirements, it may
take up to 20 working days (approximately 4 weeks) for the Council to
consider your request and provide a formal response.  Should this 20
working day deadline need to be extended you will be notified and kept
informed.

 

I have passed your request to Mandy Kinder, Head of Cultural and Customer
Services, to respond to your request and she can be contacted on 0161 342
2061 or at [1][email address].

 

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be notified if this is the case before any costs are incurred. Should you
have any concerns about the way your response is being dealt with, please
do not hesitate to contact me in writing or by e-mail.

 

Regards,

 

Freedom of Information Support

 

 

 

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Dear B Mihall

 

Request for Information – Freedom of Information

Unique Reference FOI 7137

 

Please find attached response in relation to your Freedom of Information
Request.

 

Kind regards

 

On behalf of Mandy Kinder

 

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