Updated 2018 fleet list

Desmond Taviner made this Freedom of Information request to Merseyside Police

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Desmond Taviner

Dear Merseyside Police,

Good evening, Could I possibly have an updated vehicle fleet list including motorbikes & new 67 & 18 registered vehicles including air-codes and what area they are based in i.e. Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton, Wirral or St Helen's. Also if possible vehicles that have been decommissioned & disposed of due to end of service with the force or due to accident.

I ask this as I am a Police Vehicle enthusiast

Thank You

Yours faithfully,

Desmond Taviner

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Dear Mr Taviner,

 

Response Letter - FOI Application SMC-2018-265 (please quote in all
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I write in connection with your request for information which was received
by Merseyside Police on 07/03/2018. I note that you seek access to the
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(paraphrased) Information relating to Police vehicle fleet

 

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To locate the information relevant to your request, searches were
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T Harrison left an annotation ()

Since the last published fleet list in November 2017, Merseyside Police appear to have increased their fleet by 160 vehicles, or over 60%.
It begs the question as to why the Commissioner and Chief Constable are begging for donations to keep the Mounted Section operational...