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Training, Visits to the UK and other forms of funding and support for the Indonesian Police force from 2010 -2016.

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Dear Department for International Development,

Thank you for your interest in this inquiry and please send details of the amount of UK money that is given towards supporting training, training visits to the UK, and other funding for the Indonesian Police force from 2010-2016 thank you.

Yours faithfully,
M. Hamid
[email address]

Department for International Development

Dear M Hamid

Thank you for your request for information which we received on 28 July
2017. We are dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 and will respond to you directly as soon as possible and within
20 working days.

Please note the Department for International Development may also publish
our response to Freedom of Information requests at www.gov.uk/dfid.

Please contact me if you have any queries, quoting reference number
F2017-260.

Yours sincerely

Caroline Weintz
Information Rights Team
Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Hamid

Please find attached the Department for International Development's
response to your Freedom of Information request F2017-260.

Yours sincerely,

Caroline Weintz
Information Rights Team
Department for International Development

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The response points to

https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics...

the search strategy recommended shows £170,770 spent in (from?) 2009 by the Foreign Office on "secondment of UK police instructor" to Indonesia.

Dear Department for International Development,

Thank you for the communication.
However, it would be fair to say that a request such as this should be seen as covering the entire UK government support, training etc. for the Indonesian Police. As such it would be helpful to include more sources to where funding is derived from as a matter of course - rather than leave it to others to identify thank you..?

So would not be unreasonable to request a review of the manner and way citizens making a request are treated when making requests and assisted rather than treated as the enemy thank you..?

Yours faithfully,

M.Hamid

[email address]

Department for International Development

Dear Mr Hamid,

I refer to your e-mail dated 11 September in which you asked for an
internal review of DFID's response to your Freedom of Information request
F2017-260. I will carry out this review and write to you with the outcome
as soon as possible.

Yours sincerely,

Helen Kennedy
Information Rights Team

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Dear Mr Hamid,

Please see the attached response to your request for internal review of
DFID's handling of your Freedom of Information request reference
F2017-260.

Yours sincerely,

Helen Kennedy
Information Rights Team

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