Training in Restraint/Arrest Techniques

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Dear College of Policing Limited,

Please inform me of who devises, approves and implements the restraining/arrest techniques used by the Metropolitan Police, at the present time.
i would like to have detailed information on each stage mentioned.
Thank you very much.
Sincerely, Paul Barrett

College FOI,

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Good morning Mr Barrett,

 

Please find attached acknowledgement of your request for information under
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

Warmest Regards

Steven

 

 

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College FOI,

Our Ref:   FOIA-2015-0024-BARRETT

Your Ref:  NA

Date:        22 April 2015

 

 

Dear Mr Barratt,

RE:   Freedom of Information Act 2000 Request: Training in
Restraint/Arrest Techniques

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information Act 2000 request dated 17^th
March 2015. Before we respond to your enquiry, may we take this
opportunity to offer our sincere apologies for the unfortunate delay in
responding to your enquiry. Action is being taken to address the cause of
this delay which we hope will prevent this occurring again in future.

 

We note that you seek the following information:

‘Please inform me of who devises, approves and implements the
restraining/arrest techniques used by the Metropolitan Police, at the
present time.

I would like to have detailed information on each stage mentioned.’

 

Decision

After conducting careful searches for any information relevant to your
request I can confirm that there is no information held by the College of
Policing.

 

However, under s16 (Duty to Assist) we can advise you that the Authorised
Professional Practice on Detention and Custody: Control, Restraint and
Searches may be of interest to you, the link for which is provided below:

[1]https://www.app.college.police.uk/app-co...

 

Further, your request may be better served if it was sent to the
Metropolitan Police Service directly. A link to the MPS online form is
provided below:

[2]http://www.met.police.uk/information/met...

You are of course free to make to your request to the MPS via the ‘What Do
They Know’ forum if this is your preference.

 

Your attention is drawn to the complaints policy below.

 

Kindest Regards

Ms M Knox | Ethics, Integrity & Public Interest

Email: [3][email address]

Website: [4]www.college.police.uk

 

 

 

 

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From: College FOI
Sent: 22 April 2015 11:31
To: [FOI #258814 email]
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - Training in Restraint/Arrest
Techniques

 

Our Ref:   FOIA-2015-0024-BARRETT

Your Ref:  NA

Date:        22 April 2015

 

 

Dear Mr Barratt,

RE:   Freedom of Information Act 2000 Request: Training in
Restraint/Arrest Techniques

 

Thank you for your Freedom of Information Act 2000 request dated 17^th
March 2015. Before we respond to your enquiry, may we take this
opportunity to offer our sincere apologies for the unfortunate delay in
responding to your enquiry. Action is being taken to address the cause of
this delay which we hope will prevent this occurring again in future.

 

We note that you seek the following information:

‘Please inform me of who devises, approves and implements the
restraining/arrest techniques used by the Metropolitan Police, at the
present time.

I would like to have detailed information on each stage mentioned.’

 

Decision

After conducting careful searches for any information relevant to your
request I can confirm that there is no information held by the College of
Policing.

 

However, under s16 (Duty to Assist) we can advise you that the Authorised
Professional Practice on Detention and Custody: Control, Restraint and
Searches may be of interest to you, the link for which is provided below:

[3]https://www.app.college.police.uk/app-co...

 

Further, your request may be better served if it was sent to the
Metropolitan Police Service directly. A link to the MPS online form is
provided below:

[4]http://www.met.police.uk/information/met...

You are of course free to make to your request to the MPS via the ‘What Do
They Know’ forum if this is your preference.

 

Your attention is drawn to the complaints policy below.

 

Kindest Regards

Ms M Knox | Ethics, Integrity & Public Interest

Email: [5][email address]

Website: [6]www.college.police.uk

 

 

 

 

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College FOI,
i wrote to you in March 2015 and received an aknowledgement dated 20th March 2015, the date for you to supply the information is now over-due, therefore would you please respond, ASAP
Thank you
Paul Scott

College FOI,

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Dear Mr Scott / Barrett,

Please find attached response to your FoIA request that was sent to you on 22nd April 2014.

Kindest Regards
Ms M Knox | Ethics, Integrity & Public Interest
Email: [email address]
Website: www.college.police.uk

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