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Policy and procedure

The force, as a public authority, must publish various classes of information in our Disclosure Log. Here are the FOI requests and responses we have made since 1 April 2016. Older responses made prior to that date are also available in a different format.

How many individuals that reported an incident of domestic abuse had ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ attached to their immigration status. FOI: (0336.2020-21)

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Request Could we have the data from the last year (2019/2020) – the latest information you have. I would be grateful if you could provide answers to the following questions How many individuals that reported an incident of domestic abuse had ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ attached to their immigration status. Please also give as […]

Information request regarding the sale of personal data (FOI: 0303.2020-21)

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Request Can I please have your records concerning the sales of personal data from 2019 and 2020, including trading partners and money earned from transactions? Please can I have your records concerning the determining the price of personal data, for sales and sharing for the time period January 2019- Present. What is your internal procedure […]

Policy in relation to referrals made under the Prevent Programme (FOI: 0668.2019-20)

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Request We note that your police has access to a central database of referrals made under the Prevent programme and has the power to add individuals to it. In light of that, we request the following information please: Does your Force have a process or policy by which it considers whether a Prevent referral should […]

Percentage of software applications developed in-house vs. supplied by third parties & data privacy incidents (FOI: 0258.2019-20)

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Request 1.What percentage of software applications are developed in-house vs. supplied by third parties (commercial software and open source components)? a. Less than 10 percent. b.More than 10 percent, but less than 50 percent c.More than 50 percent  2. What percentage of your software development organisation has received data privacy related training? a. Less than […]