Derbyshire Constabulary

Further to successful FOI requests made to APHA re the importation of trail fluid, please respond to the following:

1. Since 2010, how many reports of cubbing / illegal foxhunting have been made to your force?

2. Since 2010, how many of those reports have been resolved as trail hunting?

3. Since 2010, how many of those investigations resolved as trail hunting have included proof seen and verified by police of the purchase/acquisition of trail fluid for use in said trail hunting?

S Rhosier

Freedom of Information Office, Derbyshire Constabulary

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Dear Sir/Madam,

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUEST

 

I write in connection with your request for information as shown below.

 

Further to successful FOI requests made to APHA re the importation of
trail fluid, please respond to the following:

 

1. Since 2010, how many reports of cubbing / illegal foxhunting have been
made to your force?

 

2. Since 2010, how many of those reports have been resolved as trail
hunting?

 

3. Since 2010, how many of those investigations resolved as trail hunting
have included proof seen and verified by police of the
purchase/acquisition of trail fluid for use in said trail hunting?

 

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Dear S Rhosier

 

Thank you for making a Freedom of Information request to the Derbyshire
Constabulary.

 

Please find attached our response.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Kevin Lea
Freedom of Information Officer

FOI Unit
Information Management Department
Derbyshire Constabulary 
Butterley Hall

Ripley

Derbyshire

DE5 3RS
Tel: 0300 122 8752

E-mail: [1][email address]

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S Rhosier left an annotation ()

Standard abuse of the exemption clauses to avoid answering awkward FOI requests.

All police forces are desperate to remove any mention of their refusal to enforce the Hunting Act from the public domain.