Cofnod Datgelu Rhyddid Gwybodaeth
Mae'r adnodd ar-lein hwn yn gofnod o ymatebion i geisiadau a dderbyniwyd dan Ddeddf Rhyddid Gwybodaeth 2000.
Bydd sicrhau bod yr ymatebion hyn ar gael i'r gymuned ehangach yn helpu pobl i ddeall gwaith Swyddfa'r Comisiynydd Heddlu a Throseddu yn well ynghyd â deall pa fath o wybodaeth sy'n cael ei chadw.
- The number of staff that have been employed in the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner over the last three years; - The total cost of staff wages and expenses over the last three years. Further to the above, I would also like to specifically know: - The number of staff that are employed for PR purposes. - The total cost of staff employed for PR purposes, including wages and expenses. In order for us to process your Freedom of Information request, could you please clarify the following: - The total cost of staff wages and expenses over the last three years. (Could you please confirm if the expenses costs you require relate to the costs incurred by staff members when undertaking their role e.g. travel/food or the total overall office costs?) - The number of staff that are employed for PR purposes. (Could you advise on the timeframe please?) - The total cost of staff employed for PR purposes, including wages and expenses. Could you advise on a timeframe please and confirm if the expenses costs you require relate to the costs incurred by staff members when undertaking their role e.g. travel/food or the total overall PR activity costs?) Until a response is received from you this request is considered to be on hold. If a response to this query is not received within 20 working days, then I will assume that you no longer require a response and your request will be closed. Thank you for your response. As requested, please see clarification below. 1. Would it be possible if I could receive information on the total overall office costs, as well as costs incurred by staff when undertaking their duties? 2. With regards to the number of staff employed for PR purposes, cou
I am writing to kindly ask whether I could receive information regarding the the total spending on public relations in each of the last 5 years by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. This information can include, but is not restricted to, advertising, communications advice, media relations services, press release, drafting, photography, awards and events evenings, leaflets and brochures. If possible, I would be grateful if I could also receive a breakdown of this expenditure.
Upon reviewing your 'Gwent PCC Estate Strategy' document, I note that all the properties owned by the PCC were recently surveyed to assess their condition. I note that the document states that 'just over 70% of the properties surveyed are in a good or reasonable condition'. Please can you disclose which properties are deemed to be in a good or reasonable conduction, and which ones are not?
As part of my FOIA request please could you tell me the following:- - Between 23rd March 2020 and 15th April 2020, how many times has the office of the Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner (either the Commissioner himself or his staff) challenged Gwent Police, or sought clarification from Gwent Police on Gwent Police’s interpretation and implementation of the “Coronavirus Act 2020”. - Between 23rd March 2020 and 15th April 2020, on how many occasions has the office of the Gwent Police and Crime Commissioner (either the Commissioner himself or his staff) challenged Gwent Police for interpreting the movement of certain groups of people as “non-essential” travel when UK Government advice stated that such movement was permissible, (For example, Gwent Police tweeting that window cleaning wasn’t classed as essential travel when UK government advice specifically stated that tradespeople could continue to work).
I would be grateful to responses to these questions under the Freedom if Information Act: (1) How many road blocks / roadside check points did Gwent Police operate over the bank holiday weekend to question drivers on their need to travel? (2) How many warnings and/or fines were issued over the bank holiday weekend under the COVID legislation or any other legislation which is being used to enforce the lockdown? (3) If the data is available, how many vehicles did Gwent Police observe on the roads over the bank holiday weekend and how does that compare to a typical weekend before the lockdown commenced?
Question One Please can you list the annual salary for each of the positions within the Office for the Gwent Police Crime Commissioner for the financial year April 2019 to April 2020 (or calendar year 2019 if applicable). This information should already be held on file and available at hand. PCC Jeff Cuthbert Deputy PCC Eleri Thomas Chief Executive & Monitoring Officer PA to the Executive Team Head of Communications & Engagement Communications & Engagement Officer/s Digital Media Officer or Apprentice Head of Assurance & Compliance Governance Officer Head of Strategy Policy Officer/s Police & Research Assistants Administrative Assistant/s Chief Finance Officer Principle Finance & Commissioning Manager Business & Finance Officer Any other positions Question Two What was the total overall staffing costs associated with the Office for the Gwent Police Crime Commissioner for the financial year April 2019 to April 2020 (or calendar year 2019 if applicable). This information should already be held on file and available at hand. Question Three What was the total overall running costs associated with the Office for the Gwent Police Crime Commissioner for the financial year April 2019 to April 2020 (or calendar year 2019 if applicable). This information should already be held on file and available at hand. Question Four Please can you list the annual salary for each of the positions within the Office for the Gwent Police Crime Commissioner for the f
Please see below the information we are requesting under the ‘Freedom of Information Act 2000’: Did your Police Crime Commissioner submit a response to the Home Office public consultation,launched on the 5th of November 2019“Strengthening police powers totackle unauthorised encampments”? If so, can you please provide us with a full e-copy or hard copy of your response to this consultation?
I have recently become aware that in some parts of the UK police forces are recording the sex of criminals as the sex they wish to identify with. As of October 2019 it was reported that up to 6 police forces (including Yorkshire and Thames Valley), disclosed under the freedom of information act that if someone is arrested or convicted of a crime, the official record will state the gender they chose to identify with, even if the nature of the crime is sexual e.g. rape. I have looked on line to see what is available in relation to this, but have been unable to find any Gwent based guidelines or policies, or any Impact Assessment completed for such documents. I wondered if you would be in a position to confirm the policy around the recording of crime in Gwent?
Under the FOIA I'd like to request the following information please (if different to the main Gwent 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.
Under the freedom of information act, I would like to know the following. Please break down the figures by year, for the past 3 years. • How many traffic light violations have been reported in your area? • What is the volume of accidents at roundabouts and motorway junctions? • How many stop sign violations have been reported in your area? • Also, which junction in your area were most accidents reported last year?