Request for information relating to complaints of Anti-social behaviour

Reference: 21004

Date Added: Thursday, April 29, 2021

Category: Complaints

Disclosure Details

Thank you for your recent request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Two duties are placed on public authorities under Section 1 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA). Notwithstanding applicable exemptions, the first duty at, Section 1(1) (a), is to confirm or deny whether the information specified in a request is held. The second duty at, Section1 (1) (b), is to disclose information that has been confirmed as being held. Under the provisions of those sections of the FOIA, we can confirm that the information you seek is not held by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent. Please find response below.

I would like a list of complaints that the following address has made either by calling 101, 999 or our local police officers mobile numbers. The complaints would be of an anti social nature or issues with various neighbours in either xxxxx, xxxx and xxxx xxxxx. The information of the person who has been making complaints is xxxxxxxxx. I would like the information to date from 01/01/2013 to present day and would like to the following information to be included

• The date and time she made the complaint
• The reason for the complaint
• The outcome/closure of the complaint, I.e what was the result of the complaint, and what the polices actions were

No information held

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent (OPCC) and Gwent Police are two separate organisations.   Therefore, the OPCC are not responsible for and do not hold operational policing information such as the information requested this is the responsibility of the Chief Constable of Gwent Police.  You may wish to contact Gwent Police directly to determine if they have the information requested via the following link Request information about the police | Gwent Police or visit their website

The Freedom of Information Act is a public disclosure regime, not a private regime. Any information disclosed under the Act is thereafter deemed to be in the public domain, and therefore freely available to the general public and will be published on the OPCC website.