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.

12. Request received 8 September 2022

1. How many complaints against Suffolk Constabulary that were best progressed to the Police and Crime Commissioner since the office began; have been best investigated and resolved?

2. Of the complaints against Suffolk Constabulary that have been brought to the attention of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk;

i) How many complaints had been lodged by women?
ii) How many of the complaints related to or were in context of
ii.a) Suffolk Constabulary’s poor Information Governance.
ii.b) Suffolk Constabulary’s Failure To Act.
ii.c) Verbal and or mental abuse from Suffolk Constabulary employees.

3. How many of the female complainants had gone on to progress their unresolved complaints against Suffolk Constabulary to a Review Stage with the Police and Crime Commissioner?

4. How many citizens per year had requested from the Police & Crime Commissioner a copy of the notes and minutes taken from the Public Meetings that they participated in?

5. In respect of point 4; which of the meetings and meeting dates had a member of the public sought a copy of the notes and minutes taken?

6. How many members of the public had lodged a complaint that the minutes taken by the Office for the Police & Crime Commissioner were;

i) factually incorrect.
ii) contained errors
iii) and/ or had data redacted from the minutes?

7. How many citizens had asked for an extension to the Review Deadline set by the Police & Crime Commissioner due to circumstances beyond their control?

The Terms of Reference for the 3 FOIs;

Since the start of the Office for the Police & Crime Commissioner.

Response sent 16 September 2022

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11. Request received 31 August 2022

1. Where has the Police Precept-raised (sic)in Beccles been allocated to in the last 22 months, and the total value.

2. Total emoluments, including pensions paid by The Public, for the Suffolk PCC for the last 12 months.

3. Please advise total days spent attending training courses, and cost impact of Officers over Inspector level, in Suffolk, including cost of driving them -where Officers do not drive themselves-including the PCC, during last 12 months.

4. Please advise mileage allowances paid to Officers over Inspector level travelling from their homes to Martlesham VIA Endeavour House, and the reverse, this includes the PCC, during the last 12 months.

Response sent 16 September 2022

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10. Request received 11 May 2022

1. What correspondence has Tim Passmore and Greg Songer received from Peter Aldous MP, MP for Waveney and Michael Ladd, County Councillor for Kessingland and Southwold, in relation to the Gateway Retail Park and Kessingland Bypass. I am asking from 1st January 2022 please. What I mean by correspondence is the following: E-Mails, WhatsApp Messages, Letters, Agendas and Minutes of Meetings, Memos.

2. How much has Tim Passmore agreed to contribute towards an average speed camera for the Kessingland Bypass?

3. How many incidents of speeding or Road Traffic Collisions have been reported for Castleton Avenue and Lowestoft Road in Carlton Colville please. I am asking from 1st January 2017 please.

Response sent 26 May 2022

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9. Request received 10 May 2022

Please provide me with the following information

1. The qualitative and quantitative research you have undertaken (surveys, focus groups, depth interviews) that have focused on public or victim perceptions of policing and crime in 2020/21 and 2021/22?

2. What the outputs of any qualitative and quantitative research was in 2020/21 and 2021/22 and a copy of these?

3. A breakdown of the budget and total costs for these surveys in 2020/21 and 2021/22.

4. If production of this is outsourced or if any part is provided by an external supplier and who that supplier is.

5. Details of any other spend on polling or surveys relating to police and crime.

Response sent 26 May 2022

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8. Request received 1 April 2022

1. What road victims support services do you offer?
2. Who provides your road victims support services?
3. Who is eligible for road victim support?
4. What number/percentage of road victims receive road victims support?
5. What number/percentage of road victims do not take up an offer of road victims support?

Response sent 8 April 2022

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7. Request received 29 March 2022

Please may I know whether or not your Police and Crime Commissioner uses the same legal advisers (whether in house or an external firm of solicitors) as the Constabulary, or whether a separate one.

Response sent 5 April 2022

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6. Request received 29 March 2022

Please provide a breakdown of all costs associated with the running of the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in your force, for 2019, 2020 and 2021.

This is to include (not an exhaustive list):

Staffing Related Costs,
Estates,
Transport and ICV Expenses,
Supplies and Services and Surveys,
Audit and Professional Fees,
Communications and IT,
Subscriptions,
Misconduct Tribunal Appeal Costs,
Communications/PR Contract, and any other associated costs with running the office.

Additionally, please provide a breakdown of the salaries of the 5 highest-paid employees within the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Response sent 5 April 2022

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5. Request received 6 March 2022

1. How many British Muslim employees have you recruited? Please provide figures for every year since 2010.

2. What is the average length of service?

3. How many British Muslims have you employed in communications/media roles since 2010?

Response sent 10 March 2022

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4. Request received 7 February 2022

I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information from the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner please:

1. Can I have a copy of all letters, emails, documents, memos, agendas and minutes which Tim Passmore has sent or received to the following people please – Boris Johnson, Prime Minister; Priti Patel, Home Secretary and Kit Malthouse, the Minister of Policing in relation to fairer funding for Suffolk Constabulary. I am asking from the 1st August 2019 onwards please.

Response sent 18 February 2022

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3. Request received 4 February 2022

1. How many people, including full-time, part-time, and temporary employees, are currently recorded as being based at your main office, either by having a desk or a security pass or any other metric that you use?

2. Of these, how many were recorded as having entered the building on the following days:

a. Monday 6th September 2021

b. Monday 13th December 2021

c. Monday 24th January 2022

I am sure that these numbers will be available either by checking how many door security cards were activated on the days in question, however it is also likely that your HR department would, for health and safety reasons, be keeping a tally of how many staff were visiting the office.

Response sent 10 February 2022

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2. Request received 1 February 2022

This is an information request relating to payments made to charities and third sector organisations.

Please provide the following information for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21:
• The value of grants made to each of the organisations listed below. Please provide the information for each of the three financial years separately, and list all grants separately.
• The value of loans made to each of the organisations listed below. Please provide the information for each of the three financial years separately and list all loans separately.

The payments made to charities and third sector organisations relate to the following only:
• Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)
• Independent Sage
• NHS Confederation
• Keep our NHS public
• SOS NHS
• Care and Support Workers Organise
• UNITED VOICES OF THE WORLD
• Health Campaigns Together
• Doctors for the NHS
• We Own It
• The People’s Assembly
• Zero Covid Coalition
• Health Campaign Together
• Docs Not Cops
• British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
• Association of Pakistani Physicians of Northern Europe
• Royal College of General Practitioners
• Royal College of Ophthalmology
• Royal College of Psychiatrists
• Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

Response sent 4 February 2022

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1. Request received 17 January 2022

I am writing to you under Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information:

1) Can the Lowestoft Neighbourhood Team provide me with emails, agendas and minutes of meetings had with Peter Aldous regarding anti-social behaviour at the Gateway Retail Park please.
I am asking from the 1st January 2021 please.

2) How many traffic offence reports and section 59 anti-social driving warnings have been handed out due to anti-social behaviour happening at the Gateway Retail Park.
I am asking from the 1st January 2021 please.

3) How many Community Protection Warning Notices have been handed to the anti-social behaviour offenders for congregating at the Gateway Retail Park.
I am asking from the 1st January 2021 please.

4) Can I have a copy of emails sent and received by Tim Passmore, Police and Crime Commissioner, and Greg Songer in relation to the Gateway Retail Park.
Additionally, can I have a copy of agendas and minutes where the Gateway Retail Park was discussed of any meetings where Tim Passmore was at.
I am asking from the 1st January 2021

Response sent 25 January 2022

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14. Request received 26 December 2021

I am writing to you under Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information from the department of the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner:
1) What e-mails, letters, agendas and minutes, memos, WhatsApp Conversations, official meetings has Tim Passmore, Greg Songer and Anna Parkinson have sent or received from the following people, please in relation to the anti-social behaviour at the Gateway Retail Park in Pakefield, and the Kessingland Bypass. The following people are Peter Aldous MP, Michael Ladd (County Councillor for Kessingland and Southwold), Craig Rivett (County Councillor for Pakefield), Melanie Vigo Di Gallidoro (County Councillor for Pakefield), Neil Coleby (Clerk for Kessingland Parish Council).

I am asking from the 1st January 2019 onwards please.

Response sent 11 January 2022

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13. Request received 2 December 2021

I wish to make a FOI request for data on:

1. Total number of Police complaint reviews by Office of Suffolk PCC from 1/2/2020 to 19/11/2021
2. Total number of police complaints upheld by Office of Suffolk PCC from 1/2/2020 to 19/11/2021

Response sent 14 December 2021

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12. Request received 30 November 2021

I am writing to you under Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the following information from Suffolk Constabulary:

1a) How many times has Suffolk Constabulary recorded incidents of Speeding alongside London Road Kessingland, London Road Giselham, The Street in Rushmere (Rushmere near Kessingland), South Lowestoft Industrial Estate, Whites Lane in Kessingland and Church Road in Kessingland. I am asking from January 2017, and what has been recorded by Suffolk Police through the Main Contact and Control Room.
1b) What grading has each reported incident has for Speeding since January 2017 for the said roads in 1a. (London Road Kessingland, London Road Giselham, The Street in Rushmere, South Lowestoft Industrial Estate, Whites Lane in Kessingland and Church Road in Kessingland.

2) How many mobile enforcement vehicles does Suffolk Constabulary have currently for enforcing speeding?

3) How many times have roads in Lowestoft been policed by policing officers since January 2015?

4) How many offences have been recorded by Suffolk Police for Speeding and Anti-Social Behaviour recorded for the following places since January 2017: Kessingland Bypass A12, London Road Gisleham, London Road Kessingland, The Street in Rushmere, Whites Lane in Kessingland, Church Road in Kessingland and the Fortress Estate in Carlton Colville.

5) What is the policy and procedure for senior police officers to decide that proactive speed enforcement in a location is decide. What criteria do they use? Please can you send me any documentation relating to this.

6) Can I have a copy of all e-mails, letters, memos, documents which Tim Passmore and Anna Parkinson have sent and received in relation to the speeding and anti-social behaviour happening on the A12 Kessingland Bypass. I am asking from January 2020 please.

Response sent 9 December 2021

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11. Request received 29 November 2021

I am writing to you to make an open government request for the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000: –

1. Do you have information relating to the Community Trigger on your website?

2. Does this information include any statistics pertaining to the community trigger?

3. If yes to question 2, what statistics are detailed and is this for all the local  authority areas you cover?

4. In making and revising the review procedures, the relevant bodies in a local government area must consult the local policing body for the relevant police area. Please could you advise when these reviews last occurred in all of your local authority areas?

5. Are you involved in the Community Trigger appeals process in any of your local authority areas? If so, can you explain the extent of your involvement? and the grounds on which someone can make an appeal?

Response sent 7 December 2021

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10. Request received 22 November 2021

Please find below the questions that I would like answered if possible.

  1. Is heritage crime an issue in your county?
  2. Is heritage crime an important issue for your county?
  3. What are the levels of recorded heritage crime in your county over the last 5    years?
  4. What categories of heritage crime have been recorded in your county over the last 5 years?
  5. Is heritage crime considered as a priority for the Police & Crime Commissioner e.g. is it included in your Police and Crime Plan?
  6. Does your service partake in and/or encourage partnership working with outside bodies with regards to heritage crime working, for example, Historic England?
  7. Are situational crime prevention techniques used by the service you are      responsible for preventing heritage crimes?

Response sent 2 December 2021

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9. Request received 13 October 2021

This is an information request relating to size of offices, revenue and general staffing of your PCC office.

Please provide the following information:

1. The total cost of the Police and Crime Commissioner’s office in 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, and 2020-21

2. The total remuneration bill in 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, and 2020-21. Remuneration should be taken to mean pay, pension contributions, bonuses and any other benefits in kind. Please itemize all of these separately.

3. The total remuneration paid to the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner in 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20, and 2020-21

Response sent 18 October 2021

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8. Request received 21 September 2021

Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, please provide me with full details of staffing changes within the OPCC since the election in May.

Please include:

1. Number of staff hired, including job titles and salaries

2. Number of staff made redundant or who have resigned or retired, including severance payments

Response sent 24 September 2021

1. There have been no staffing changes since the election.

2. There have been no staffing changes since the election.

7. Request received 3 September 2021

1. In what ways has your police force tried to still engage with the public despite the pandemic?

2. What are your opinions on the use of technology to report crimes?

3. Do you believe the police should wider their use of technology? For example, taking statements online or by phone?

4. Has your police force used technology to interact more with the public during the pandemic? If so, how?

5. With restrictions and more police powers, how do you believe the public’s confidence has changed during the pandemic?

6. What lessons do you believe policing can learn from the past year?

Response sent 15 September 2021

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6. Request received 17 August 2021

Please provide the following information for 2018-19, 2019-20 and 2020-21:

  • The value of grants made to each of the organisations listed below. Please provide the information for each of the three    financial years separately, and list all grants separately.
  • The value of loans made to each of the organisations listed below. Please provide the information for each of the three financial years separately and list all loans separately.

The payments made to charities and third sector organisations relate to the following only:
• Operation Black Vote
• U.K. Black Pride
• Mermaids
• Ozanne Foundation
• Gendered Intelligence
• British Medical Association
• ActionAid UK
• Hope Not Hate
• Led by Donkeys
• Extinction Rebellion
• Migrants Organise
• CLASS
• Black Lives Matter
• Action on Smoking and Health
• Action on Smoking and Health Scotland
• Action on Smoking and Health Wales
• Breath 2025
• Association of Directors of Public Health
• Improving Performance in Practice (previously Public Management Associates)

Response sent 19 August 2021

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5. Request received 24 May 2021

Please could I request under the Freedom of Information Act a summary of the qualitative and quantitative research you have undertaken (surveys, focus groups, depth interviews) that have focused on public or victim perceptions of policing generally or your force specifically, covering 2019 and 2020 calendar years.

Ideally, I would like to see the outputs of the research, but if that is not possible then a simple summary of what research has been undertaken would suffice.

Response sent 07 June 2021

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4. Request received 26 March 2021

Please can you respond to the following FOI requests.

1. For the following years, what was the PCC’s total commissioned fund specifically to BAME VAWG victim’s services. Please list the recipient organisations as well as the total amount.
a. 2016-17
b. 2017-28
c. 2018-29
d. 2019-20

2. The same question is repeated for 2020-21 but here please break the figure down to distinguish what funding was extraordinary additional Covid-19 funding

3. For each of the years above, (2016-21) what was the PCCs total commissioned / funded spend on VAWG services?

4. For each of the years above, (2016-17) what was the PCCs total budget for commissioned / funded spend?

Response sent 12 April 2021

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3. Request received 10 March 2021

Please can you break down the following information for the financial years: 2015/6, 2016/7, 2017/8, 2018/9 and 2019/20. Can you also please provide me the information for the period between 1 April 2020 and 28 February 2021.

1. How many “political advisers” were appointed by your force area’s PCC over the stated period?

2. Please can you tell me the name of the serving PCC at the time who hired such advisers, the combined yearly salaries of said political advisers (£), their full names and dates of appointment (in the format- DD/MM/YYYY).

3. If the PCC had a deputy PCC below them, how many “political advisers” were appointed by the deputy PCC(s) over the stated period, and how many of them were party political office holders or active party members (please state) at the time of appointment? Could you please tell me the name of the political party (for example, but not limited to: the Labour Party, the Conservative Party) or party political office said adviser(s) belonged to

Response sent 15 March 2021

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2. Request received 23 February 2021

In accordance with the provisions of the FOI Act please confirm:

  1. The person to whom the function of making arrangements for dealing with complaints reported against the Chief Constable has been delegated to,
  2. The instrument used to delegate the function of making arrangements for dealing with complaints reported against the Chief Constable, for example whether the delegation has been made in accordance with the Scheme of Corporate Governance or any other instrument
  3. The person identified as being the ‘appropriate authority’ as defined under s. 29.1 (a) (i) of the Police Reform Act 2002, in order to meet the obligations prescribed for the appropriate authority within the IOPC Statutory Guidance on the Police Complaints System

Response sent 25 February 2021

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1. Request received 7 January 2021

Could you please tell me how many members of staff working in the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office have one or more of the words equality, diversity, fairness inclusion, gender, LGBT or race in their job title?

Response sent 13 January 2020

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13. Request received 16 December 2020

Freedom of Information Request from Mental Health Innovations (MHI) regarding externally commissioned provision to support individuals who may be anxious, stressed, depressed, suicidal or overwhelmed and who need immediate support.

Response sent 24 December 2020

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12. Request received 9 December 2020

Could the force FOI team provide data on the following questions for 2019-2020.

From 1st January 2019-2020 to date how many people in total have sat as members on Independent Advisory groups (IAG)

From 1st January 2019-2020 to date how many people of South Asian ethnicity have sat as members on Independent Advisory groups (IAG)

Can you breakdown those identified in the answer to Q2 by the numbers of male and female South Asian members of IAGs since 1st January 2019-2020.?

How many IAGs does your force currently have, and can you provide some details of their purpose?

Do you have any specific IAGs that deal with South Asian issues? Such as IAGs set up in mosques and temples.

Are all IAG members subject to a DBS check by your force?

What is the vetting process

Section 2: Further questions

Could the FOI team provide the following information to the questions below.

Does the force follow any guidelines or procedures when seeking guidance from IAG groups or members around issues specific to Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. For example, community cohesion, honour-based violence, forced marriage etc. If so please disclose a copy of all relevant documents for these guidelines and procedures.

Do IAG members need to sign non -disclosure or confidentiality agreements? If so is this voluntary or compulsory?

Do IAG members need to declare any conflict of interest on any matters they are consulted on?

Response sent 15 December 2020

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11. Request received 22 October 2020

Could you please provide up to date Names, Job Titles, telephone numbers and email addresses for the following;

Commissioner
Deputy Commissioner
Chief Executive
Chief Finance officer
Commissioning Officer
Head of Governance
Head of Procurement
Head of Data / ICT / Digital
Department Directors / Heads

Or the equivalent job titles in your organisation.

In addition, if you have an up to date 2020 senior staff organisation or structure chart could you please forward a copy to me in either Excel or pdf format.

Response sent 3 November 2020

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10. Requests received 24 and 25 August 2020 and 2 September 2020

24/08/20

I would like to request a copy of the Employer & Public Liability Insurance Policy of the Suffolk Police and Crime Commissioner and a copy of the Indemnity Insurance Policy for the Commissioner.

25/08/20

Please kindly forward me the communications from your office and the Suffolk Constabulary regarding my complaints raised during 2016 to 2018, including sent and received emails and any telephone notes by you or your office staff.

02/09/20

Would you be so kind to provide me the information of the company/entity, that you contracted for victim support work since 2016.

Please give name/s, addressed of the company/entity.

Response sent 8 September 2020

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9. Request received 15 August 2020

In respect of grants made by the Home Office from the Safer Streets Fund please provide the following information:

1. Did your office apply?

2. Provide a copy of your application(s)

3. Provide a copy of any grant letter(s) received together with any conditions attached to the grant(s)

4. Any information held with regards to ongoing revenue costs not covered by the Home Office grant.

Response sent 7 September 2020

1. Yes

2. The application was in five sections via an on-line Home Office bidding portal and as such we do not have a composite application we can provide.

3. N/A – This grant application was unsuccessful.

4. N/A – This grant application was unsuccessful.

8. Request received 9 March 2020

Under the Freedom Of Information Act I’d like to request the following information please (if different to the main Suffolk Police Service).

1. Name of SIRO / Senior Information Risk Owner, (or person who will be SIRO if current SIRO is planning to leave).

2. Contact email for SIRO.

3. Name of Data Protection Officer.

4. Contact email for DPO.

5. Do you have Information Asset Owners appointed?

6. Who would be responsible for organising training IAO’s (If appointed)

7. Contact email for person named in Q6.

8. Do you have, have you considered, or do you align yourself towards the ISO 27001 standard?

9. Who would be responsible for ISO 27001 consideration/implementation/maintenance (if applicable)?

10. A contact email for person in the answer to Q9.

Response sent 18 March 2020

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7. Request received 5 March 2020

Please see below the information we are requesting under the ‘Freedom of Information Act 2000’:
1. Did your Police Crime Commissioner submit a response to the Home Office public consultation, launched on the 5th of November 2019 “Strengthening police powers to tackle unauthorised encampments” ?
2. If so, can you please provide us with a full e-copy or hard copy of your response to this consultation?

Response sent 28 March 2020

1. The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk did not submit evidence to the Home Office in relation to the “Strengthening police powers to tackle unauthorised encampments” consultation launched on the 5th November 2019.

2. N/A

6. Request received 28 February 2020

Thank you for publishing your spend data here https://suffolk-pcc.gov.uk/key-info/financial/spending-over-500/suffolk-constabulary-expenditure-over-500. However, I notice that you haven’t published any spending data since September 2019.

I’d like to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for all transactions over £500 from October 2019 to at most a month in arrears from the date at which you publish in response to this request.

Please provide the data in a machine readable format (preferably csv). As a minimum, please make sure to include the date, value and recipient of each transaction. Please also provide details on the procurement category of each transaction if you have it.

Response sent 6 April 2020

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5. Request received 30 January 2020

The following questions are asked under the Freedom of Information Act:

1. In view of the restrictive covenant attached to the Police H.Q land, we wish to know if it is to be ‘honoured’ or are plans  being made to circumnavigate it by means of an outright purchase from Grainger’s or by the use of an insurance vehicle.

2. We understand that the Martlesham Heath Neighbourhood Plan was accepted and included in the Suffolk Coastal Plan, but ‘post acceptance and inclusion’ SCDC’s Cabinet decided to include ‘at the eleventh hour’ details of the proposed sale of the Police HQ in the documents it presented to Mr Philip Lewis, the Government Planning Inspector; an action contrary to the will of the Parish Council and local residents, who had overwhelmingly endorsed the Martlesham Heath Neighbourhood Plan when it was tested in a referendum. We therefore ask: is it the intention of the PCC, backed by SCDC/ESC, to ignore the Martlesham Heath Neighbourhood Plan?

3. What stage has the proposed land sale reached and importantly how much tax payer’s money i.e. SCDC / SDC / ESC and the PCC collectively, has already been spent and is projected to be spent on furthering this sale?

Response sent 21 February 2020

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4. Request received 30 January 2020

My FOI request concerns the salaries of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

1. Could you please tell me the PCC’s annual salary and whether this has remained the same since the post was created in  2012?

2. How many members of staff did your office have when it was created in November 2012, and what was the annual salarycat that time?

3. How many members of staff does your office have as of now, January 2020, and what is the current annual salary cost?

4. How many members of staff are paid an annual salary of more than £100,000 as of now, January 2020?

5. How many members of staff has the office employed since November 2012 and what is the total salary cost of this?

Response sent 19 February 2020

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3. Request received 24 January 2020

Please provide details of grants awarded in the financial years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019;

  • For which at least one of the outputs/outcomes was to provide services to victims of stalking. This could be any service to help victims e.g. counselling, information and advice, casework however there must be specific reference to working with victims of stalking.
  • Please provide details of the grant including the amount, the service provider, the services provided and the specific stalking outcome/output.
  • Please indicate with a y/n if the service is open to victims of stalking who are not ex-intimate in the table below
Name of grant Grant amount Service provider Services provided Specific stalking outcome Provides services for non ex intimate victims of stalking

Response sent 6 February 2020

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2. Request received 13 January 2020

I write to request copies of the following under the Freedom of Information Act 2000:

Any correspondence relating to Drug Consumption Rooms / facilities / centres (or Overdose Prevention Rooms / facilities / centres). If it is possible to do keyword searches on “drug consumption” and “overdose prevention”, this would suffice.

For guidance, I am seeking correspondence sent or received by the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner between 1 January 2019 and today (13 January 2020).

Response sent 5 February 2020

The office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk has not sent or received any correspondence in relation to Drug Consumption Rooms / facilities / centres (or Overdose Prevention Rooms / facilities / centres within the period of 1 January 2019 to 13 January 2020.

1. Request received 2 January 2020

Please respond to the following:

1.  please can you send me a copy of the current subject access request acknowledgment AND response letter that you use

2.  a copy of the last 5 DPIAs completed

3.  a copy of any internal mandatory information governance training that you give to staff which was written in the last 2 years including presentation slides and videos and any other media

4.  a copy of any instructions given to staff members to reduce data security breaches, for example double checking work

5.  a copy of any policies implemented in the last 2 years within the organisation to help reduce the environmental impact that the organisation has?

6. please can I have a copy of the risk rating that you use to evaluate data security incidents?

Response sent 16 January 2020

1. The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Suffolk (OPCC) does not use a standard acknowledgement or response letter in relation to subject access requests.

2. The OPCC has not completed any relevant assessments.

3. Training was given to OPCC staff in preparation to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by working through the relevant policy. Details of this can be found by accessing the following link.

4. Please refer to GDPR policy above.

5. The OPCC does not have any such policies.

6. The OPCC does not have such risk ratings.