The content of your letter was considered to be an Offensive Complaint

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

what is the procidure when you get one letter just one letter of complaint but it contains offensive threatening words?

do you
(a) give them a warning? letter before you take action
(b) call the police?
(c) throw them out the council house with out warning?

do you have the guidance when dealing with one letter of complaint which has offensive words.

example:
some one writes in and its a complaint about a staff member and repairs. but has offensive, threatening, racist words what is the guidance when dealing with such letters.

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

Birmingham City Council

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Information request
Our reference: 988635
Your reference: [FOI #469764 email]

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Dear Birmingham City Council,
hello i am referring to both.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department complaints procedure. and Birmingham City Council

example@: if some one sent in a complaint about a staff member or just a complaint about anything.

but they found the complaint threatening or racist.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department :
1.) will they still deal with that complaint?
2.) will they send a warning for the bad language?
3.)will they take it to the police without warning?
4.)will they evict you for a complaint, because they find it is offensive?

Birmingham City Council:
1.) will they still deal with that complaint?
2.) will they send a warning for the bad language?
3.)will they take it to the police with out warning?
4.)will they evict you for a complaint, because they find it is offensive?

what i am trying to say is? is it procedure to issue a warning first? before taking it further? or do they try and evict you and then tell the police? bearing in mind it is one letter of complaint, but they feel it is offensive

what is there procedure in dealing with such complaints? which they find offensive? do they send you a warning? or just go to the police? and try and evict you?

Birmingham City
Council's Housing Department complaints procedure.

Yours sincerely,

ryu flint

Dear Birmingham City Council,
i thought i made it clear in the first place. ok lets just say.
Birmingham City
Council's Housing Department complaints procedure.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department complaints procedurel

example@: if some one sent in a complaint about a staff member or just a complaint about anything.

but they found the complaint threatening or racist.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department :
1.) will they still deal with that complaint?
2.) will they send a warning for the bad language?
3.)will they take it to the police without warning?
4.)will they evict you for a complaint, because they find it is offensive?

is it procedure to issue a warning first? before taking it further action? or do they try and evict you and then tell the police? bearing in mind it is one letter of complaint, but they feel it is offensive

what is there procedure in dealing with such complaints? which they find offensive? do they send you a warning? or just go to the police? and try and evict you?
Yours sincerely,

ryu flint

Dear Birmingham City Council,
i thought i made it clear in the first place. ok lets just say.
Birmingham City
Council's Housing Department complaints procedure.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department complaints procedurel

example@: if some one sent in a complaint about a staff member or just a complaint about anything.

but they found the complaint threatening or racist.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department :
1.) will they still deal with that complaint?
2.) will they send a warning for the bad language?
3.)will they take it to the police without warning?
4.)will they evict you for a complaint, because they find it is offensive?

is it procedure to issue a warning first? before taking it further action? or do they try and evict you and then tell the police? bearing in mind it is one letter of complaint, but they feel it is offensive

what is there procedure in dealing with such complaints? which they find offensive? do they send you a warning? or just go to the police? and try and evict you?
Yours sincerely,

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Birmingham City Council's handling of my FOI request 'The content of your letter was considered to be an Offensive Complaint'.

Dear Birmingham City Council,

housing department

what is the procidure when you get one letter just one letter of complaint but it contains offensive threatening words?

do you
(a) give them a warning? letter before you take action
(b) call the police?
(c) throw them out the council house with out warning?

do you have the guidance when dealing with one letter of complaint which has offensive words.

example:
some one writes in and its a complaint about a staff member and repairs. but has offensive, threatening, racist words what is the guidance when dealing with such letters.

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

CIM, Birmingham City Council

Dear Mr Flint

I am writing further to your email below.  We have received 4 Freedom of
Information requests from you.  As two of your requests received are
identical, the service area has rejected one but will be responding to all
your other requests and therefore we will not be carrying out an internal
review as requested below.

Yours sincerely
Corporate Information Governance Team

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Information request
Our reference: 988635
Your reference: [FOI #469764 email]

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Birmingham City Council's handling of my FOI request 'The content of your letter was considered to be an Offensive Complaint'.

i thought i made it clear in the first place. ok lets just say.
Birmingham City
Council's Housing Department complaints procedure.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department complaints procedurel

example@: if some one sent in a complaint about a staff member or just a complaint about anything.

but they found the complaint threatening or racist.

Birmingham City Council's Housing Department :

it is one letter of complaint.

what will the council do?

1.) will they still deal with that complaint?
2.) will they send a warning for the bad language?
3.)will they take it to the police without warning?
4.)will they evict you for a complaint, because they find it is offensive?
5.will they send a warning to stop bad langue

is it procedure to issue a warning first? before taking it further action?

or do they try and evict them from council housing

or do you tell the police?

bearing in mind it is one letter of complaint, but they feel it is offensive.

what is there procedure in dealing with such complaints? which they find offensive? do they send you a warning? or just go to the police? and try and evict you?

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

Dear Birmingham City Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Birmingham City Council's handling of my FOI request 'The content of your letter was considered to be an Offensive Complaint'.

please provide this information its way over due, your wasting time there is no need to be unprofessional i just need this information.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...

Yours faithfully,

ryu flint

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