Dear Avon and Somerset Constabulary,
I make the following request for documents/information under the Freedom of Information Act:
1. Do you use mobile phone extraction technology that includes cloud analytics / cloud extraction capabilities e.g. Cellebrite UFED Cloud Analyser, Magnet Axiom Cloud or Oxygen Forensics Cloud Extractor
2. Do you have other technologies that allow you to access cloud-based accounts and extract this data.
3. Please provide a copy of the relevant Data Protection Impact Assessment.
4. Please provide a copy of the relevant local and/or national guidance/standard operating procedure/policy.
5. Please confirm the legal basis you rely on to conduct cloud analytics/extraction.
Thank you for your request for information. Your request will now be considered and you will receive a response within the statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act. In some circumstances Avon and Somerset Constabulary may be unable to achieve this deadline if consideration needs to be given to the public interest test. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised time-scale at the earliest opportunity.
Legal Services Directorate
Force Headquarters, PO Box 37, Valley Road,
Portishead, Bristol, BS20 8QJ
Email [email address]
Jay Owen Our 089/20
[FOI #635766 email] Date 13
Dear Jay Owen
I write in connection with your request for information dated 17^th
I regret to inform you that Avon and Somerset Constabulary have not been
able to complete its response to your request by the date originally
The FOI Act obliges us to respond to requests promptly and in any case no
later than 20 working days after receiving the request. We must consider
firstly whether we can comply with S1(1)(a) of the Act, which is our duty
to confirm whether or not the information requested is held, and secondly
we must comply with S1(1)(b) which is the provision of such information.
However when a qualified exemption applies either to the confirmation or
denial or the information provision and the public interest test is
engaged, the Act allows the time for a response to be longer than 20
working days, if the balance of such public interest is undetermined.
In this case we have not yet reached a decision on where the balance of
the public interest lies in respect of either of the above obligations. I
now advise you that the amended date for a response is no later than 13^th
March. I can assure you that every effort will be made to ensure an
appropriate response will be made within this new timescale.
May I apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your
Freedom of Information Officer
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