Dear Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner,

This question relates retention.

What are the different modules available in the UNIFI system?

What are the retention periods for information entered into said modules?

Are these retention periods adhered to?

Yours faithfully,

Brian murray

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner

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Good morning

 

Many thanks for your email requesting information.  We believe that you
may have intended to contact the Devon and Cornwall Police for this
information.  You can contact the FOI department of the Devon and Cornwall
Police at  [1][email address]

 

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