Totals for Subject Access Requests and FOI Section 40(1) Exemptions in 2016

The request was successful.

Dear West Sussex County Council,

I would like to make an FOI request for the following pieces of information:

1) How many Subject Access Requests did you receive in the year Jan 1st 2016 to Dec 31st 2016 (or your equivalent business/financial year), and;

2) How many FOI Section 40(1) exemptions did you employ during this same time period?

Yours faithfully,

Nick Jackson

Freedom of Information Act, West Sussex County Council

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Dear Mr Jackson,

 

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transparency and open data.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Duncan Macdonald

Customer Relations Officer

 

 

Freedom Of Information |  [1]West Sussex County Council | Location:
County Hall, Chichester PO19 1RQ
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Freedom of Information Act, West Sussex County Council

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Dear Mr Jackson

 

I refer to your request below, which has been dealt with under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000.

 

We have now completed a search for the information which you requested and
I confirm the Authority holds information relevant to the request.

 

Please find the response in red below.

 

1) How many Subject Access Requests did you receive in the year Jan 1st
2016 to Dec 31st 2016 (or your equivalent business/financial year), and;
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2) How many FOI Section 40(1) exemptions did you employ during this same
time period?  We have not apply that exemption

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Tracey Layton

Data Management and Access Officer

 

 

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