Freedom of Information Disclosure Log 2019

Information requests and disclosures for 2019: 

Disclosure Date Request Disclosure
18/02/19 18/02/19 I am conducting research on the custody provision UK wide, It would be helpful if you could supply the following information.
• Viper Budget for 2018-2019
• Income generated for PPC from Viper Business 2018
• Number of Police forces that currently engage with Viper for video parades
• How many video parades were produced in 2018
Response (PDF 148KB)
12/02/19 Please provide details and results of the most recent survey by the WYPCC that asked for opinions on the proposed increase in the police precept of council tax? http://www.westyorkshire-pcp.gov.uk/meetings/2019/friday-1st-february
23/01/19 Please supply all data held in connection with the above posting which should include but is not limited to:

1. All emails between the PCC's office, including the PCC and any of his staff, and the chief constable, or her staff officer or PA.
2. All emails between the PCC's office, including the PCC and any of his staff, and the chief executive of the College of Policing, or his personal assistant or Jo Noakes.
3. Any notes in the PCC's diary, day book or the like concerning the Memorandum of Understanding.
4. Any data that assists in the public's wider understanding over the change in the characterisation of the role as a 'flexible attachment' when it had previously been referred to repeatedly in the local press, and by the West Yorkshire Police (WYP) press office, as a 'secondment'.
5. Any data that assists in the public's understanding over the change in the timescales. It was reported in the local press, and by the WYP press office, that the secondment would begin in January, 2019. It actually began on 3rd December, 2018.
6. Any data that assists in the public's understanding of the rationale behind the PCC allowing the chief constable to take up this post. Albeit on a cost neutral basis.
Response part 1 (PDF 737KB)

Response part 2 (PDF 99KB)
22/01/19 This request relates to the statutory period of storage and retention of CCTV and audio tapes of suspects held in custody by West Yorkshire Police.

1. What is the minimum statutory period of retention before such images are destroyed?
2. What percentage of these tapes are destroyed IMMEDIATELY at the end of said statutory period?
3. What is the maximum time AFTER the end of statutory period that any such tapes have been retained before destruction?
No information held at the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner.
21/01/19 Disabled People taking part in Protests Under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act could you please:

(a) Provide a copy of any policy, instructions, advice or standing orders relating to the supply of information to the Department of Work and Pensions relating to disabled people taking part in protests;
(b) In the event that you have referred any such information to the Department of Work and Pensions, state how many individuals this related to, and over what period of time you have been collecting such information; and
(c) In the event that you rely upon any exemptions in relation to (a) or (b) state whether such documentation exists.
No information held at the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner.

 

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