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.
10. Requests received 24 and 25 August 2020 and 2 September 2020
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.
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.
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
10-2020 (PDF 140KB)
9. Request received dated 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
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
8-2020 (PDF 173KB)
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.
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
6-2020 (PDF 126KB)
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
5-2020 (PDF 140KB)
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
4-2020 (PDF 140KB)
3. Request received 24 January 2020
Please provide details of grants awarded in the financial years 2017-2018 and 2018-2019;
Response sent 6 February 2020
3-2020 (PDF, 170KB)
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.
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2019
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2018
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2017
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2016
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2015
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2014
Freedom of Information – Disclosure Log 2013
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