Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Disclosure Log

In accordance with the Information Commissioner’s Office recommended good practice, the Police and Crime Commissioner maintains and publishes a Disclosure Log of responses to requests for information.

 

 

1. Request received 17 January 2018 

In the financial years 15/16, 16/17 and 17/18:

1. How many grants were awarded to organisations in which at least one of the outcomes was to provide services to victims of stalking?

2. What was the total monetary value of these grants?

3. Which organisations were awarded?

Response sent 26 January 2018 (PDF, 330KB).

2. Request received 19 January 2018 

Dear Sir or Madam:

Please send me all of the information you or your organisation holds that pertains to, or implicates, any Freemason to any alleged crime, or crime.

Please send me all of the information you hold about me using the contact details provided.

Response sent 2 February 2018

The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not hold crime statistics data relating to Freemasons. I understand you have sent your request to Suffolk Constabulary who will review and respond accordingly.

The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does hold personal data relating to you. I understand you have sent your request to Suffolk Constabulary who will review and respond accordingly.

3. Request received 26 January 2018 

Under the Freedom of Information Act I would like to request the following information:Under the Freedom of Information Act I would like to request the following information: 

1. Does your organisation have a Facebook Page(s)? If yes, what is/are the url(s) and when were they set up?

2. Does your organisation advertise or spend any money on Facebook? If yes, please can you outline what expenditure has occurred and break down expenditure per calendar year (January to December) since 2004?

3. Does your organisation have a Twitter Account? If yes, what is/are the url(s) and when were they set up?

4. Does your organisation advertise or spend any money on Twitter? If yes, please can you outline what expenditure has occurred and break down expenditure per calendar year (January to December) since 2006?

5. Does your organisation use Google G-Suite services (Google services) or does your organisation rely on google for any services (such as email hosting)? If yes, what are the services, when were they agreed and how much did they cost?

6. Does your organisation advertise or spend any money on Google? If yes, please can you outline what expenditure has occurred and break down expenditure per calendar year (January to December) since the payments first began?

7. Is there an official policy for the use of organisational Facebook or Twitter Accounts (ie how to post, what to use it for and when to delete or preserve records)? If there is a policy (or policies) please may I be provided with them? 

Response sent 2 February 2018

1. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not have a Facebook page.

2. N/A

3. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner has a Twitter Account. The URL is @timspcc (https://twitter.com/TimSPCC) – This was established in March 2013.

4. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not advertise or spend money on Twitter. 

5. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not use Google G-Suite or rely on Google for any service.

6. N/A

7. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not have an individual official policy for use of Twitter. The use of this account is controlled and regulated by the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner Communications Manager.

4. Request received 1 March 2018 

Dear Sir / Madam
Under the FOI Act please can you let me know what software your organisations uses to handle press releases / media enquiries

Response sent 7 March 2018

The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner does not use any software to handle press releases and media enquiries. These tasks fall within the responsibility of the Communications Manager.

If your query also relates to the Suffolk Constabulary then please submit your request to the Constabulary’s Freedom of Information team by using the following address: information@suffolk.pnn.police.uk

5. Request received 21 March 2018 

Dear Sir,

Under the Freedom of Information Act I would like a copy of the Crime Commissioners job description for Suffolk.

Response sent 23 March 2018

The role of the Police and Crime Commissioner is detailed under The Policing Protocol Order 2011 issued by the Home Office. This is a public document that is published on the Home Office website and I have attached a copy for your easy reference.

6. Request received 30 March 2018 

Dear Officer,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please can you provide me with:

-All submissions (including all evidence and supporting documents) sent to the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner for its consultation on drugs policy. The evidence was used in the formation of the ‘West Midlands Drug Policy Call for Evidence – Report’, published 12 December 2017.

-Any other reports produced or commissioned within the last 12 months concerning the policing of drug offences.

Response sent 9 April 2018

The office of the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner did not provide any submission to the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner for its consultation on drugs policy.

Drug offences are one of a number of topics discussed within the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Accountability and Performance Panel. Please find enclosed the latest report to include detail of Drug Trafficking. Further documents relating to the Accountability and Performance panel are detailed within our website link below:

http://www.suffolk-pcc.gov.uk/public-meetings/accountability-and-performance-panel

Performance Priorities Monitoring Report – 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017

AP17_29 Performance Progress Report

7. Request received 5 April 2018 

Dear Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner,

Please provide the register of premises or land owned by, or occupied for the purposes of, the office of
Police and Crime Commissioner, and the functions of their force, for the financial year 2017/18.
Entries listed should be broken down by local policing directorate (or borough), and indicate whether it is:
Police building
Other building/land
Neighbourhood office
Other

Response sent 9 April 2018

Details of the Property, rights and liabilities of the Police and Crime Commissioner are published within the
Transparency section (Section 4) of the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioners website. Link has been
stated below:

Specified information and availability

A document detailing the Premises or land owned by, or occupied for the purposes of the Police and Crime
Commissioner is detailed within the below link:

http://www.suffolk-pcc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/SUFFOLK-PCC-MASTER-ASSET-REGISTERMARCH-
2018-edited-for-web.pdf