Dear Dorset Police and Crime Commissioner,
For the period 2013-15, could you please provide a breakdown of the
total number of hours per annum, police officers spend supporting
investigations and prosecutions under the Animal Welfare Act?
1. Attending RSPCA interviews
2. Attending premises with RSPCA personnel prior to animal seizure
3. Attending premises with RSPCA personnel to effect seizure
4. Writing statements for use in Magistrates' Court
5. Attending Magistrates' Court
6. Attending Crown or High Court in cases of Appeal
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Dear Mr Peel
Thank you for your Freedom of Information request - our reference 2015-026.
However, given that the information that you have requested is not held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC), I have arranged for your request to be transferred to Dorset Police for their consideration. Upon transfer the Force will assess your request and make enquiries as to what is possible within the constraints of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000.
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Dear R Peel,
Our reference – FOI2015-904
Thank you for your request received by the Freedom of Information Office
of Dorset Police on the 12^th November 2015.
Your request has now been considered and we provide our response in the
attached PDF file.
Should you have any further inquiries concerning this matter, please write
or contact me on telephone number 01202 223402 quoting the reference
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have a further right to ask the Information Commissioners Office to decide
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will not consider your complaint until the Dorset Police Review Procedure
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