Section 12(1) applies to your request as the cost of complying with your request is above the amount to which we are legally required to respond i.e. the cost of identifying and retrieving any relevant information exceeds the ‘appropriate level’ as stated in the Freedom of Information (Appropriate Limit and Fees) Regulations 2004.
FOI disclosure log
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.
Please could you provide the number of people arrested under s144 LASPO (or offence code 125/86) since 2012, broken down by calendar year. Extent and Result of Searches to Locate Information To locate the information relevant to your request searches were conducted within North Yorkshire Police. I can confirm that the information you have […]
The number of times the legislation has been enforced in the police force area in relation to the offence of smoking in a private vehicle carrying passengers under the age of 18 since its introduction in England and Wales in October 2015. The two relevant offences are; ‘Smoking in a vehicle in which a child […]
Dear North Yorkshire Police, Please could you provide me with the actual Speed Logger data used to calculate the 85th percentile on Grammar School Lane, Northallerton (RefXXXXXX) under the Freedom of Information Act. The Traffic Bureau stated traffic was within the specified speed limits of a 20mph road during the covert monitoring period. However there […]
I write to request information and records under the FOIA, regarding your force’s use of voice recognition technology. Specifically, I am asking the following: Is your force currently testing voice recognition technology for policing purposes? If yes, please provide detail of: a) The purposes for which your force is currently testing voice recognition […]