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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.

Number of People charged with driving offences involving alcohil and drugs and failing to provide a specimen in York between 01.07.2019-30.06.2020 (FOI: 0286.2020-21)

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Request Could you please disclose how many people were charged with driving offences involving drinks and/or drugs, and failing to give a specimen in York between 1 July 2019, and 30 June 2020? Could you please disclose line by line how many people were fined due to or charged with speeding offences in York and […]

Use of mediums / psychics in criminal investigations in the last 5 years (FOI: 0273.2020-21)

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Request    Please can you advise if over the past 5 calendar years your force has actively sought the help of medium(s) / psychic(s) to assist with their investigations in relation to: – (a)    Murder (b)    Missing person(s) Over the past 5 calendar years, the number of medium(s) / psychic(s) that have contacted your force claiming […]

Number of Firearms Officers employed by North Yorkshire Police (FOI: 0271.2020-21)

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Request How many armed officers are there employed in the force? How many of these are from BAME backgrounds? How many are, specifically, black? How many of these armed units have shot and killed in the last five years? How many people killed by these armed units have been BAME? How many people killed by […]

Number of officers taken sick leave for depression, anxiety, stress or post-traumatic stress between 06 April 2019 to 05 April 2020 (FOI: 0264.2020-21)

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Request How many officers took sick leave for depression, anxiety, stress or post-traumatic stress between financial year April 6 2019 to April 5 2020. By this, I mean where any of the terms ‘depression’, ‘anxiety’ or ‘stress’ or ‘post-traumatic stress’ appear in the description of the officer’s illness. Response Extent and Result of Searches to […]