All Disclosure Logs

  • How many times have police been called to NHS hospitals

    Ref: 452/14 Cat: Organisational Information
    Req: 06/06/2014 Rep: 30/06/2014

    I would be grateful if you could provide the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Each year, for the past three calendar years, on how many occasions have your officers been called out to NHS hospital premises?

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  • Long Term Bail 2013/14

    Ref: 417/14 Cat: Crime Statistics
    Req: 22/05/2014 Rep: 13/06/2014

    Would you be able to assist by providing the following information: 1. Numbers of annual arrests. 2. Number of people on LTB (over 6 months) 3. Pre-charge NFA rates 4. NFA / Charge rates following LTB (if possible) 5. Whether your force has a policy of “release & re-arrest” as oppose to using LTB. Ideally I would like this information for 2013-2014, but I understand that some of this may not be possible.

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  • Number of arrests for stalking since November 2012

    Ref: 402/14 Cat: Crime Statistics
    Req: 15/05/2014 Rep: 13/06/2014

    1) A per year breakdown of all arrests made by South Wales Police for offences of stalking since November 2012.

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  • Top Ten Most Stolen Cars

    Ref: 423/14 Cat: Crime Statistics
    Req: 27/05/2014 Rep: 10/06/2014

    The top 10 most stolen vehicles in your police force area for the calendar years 2013 and 2014 to date. - Please detail the make and model of the vehicle (e.g. Honda Accord) - Please break the results down by year - Please define "vehicle" as any motorised, four wheel vehicle (i.e. cars, lorries, vans)

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  • Children ‘at risk’

    Ref: 371/14 Cat: Statistics - Other
    Req: 02/05/2014 Rep: 03/06/2014

    How many children does the force currently identify as being at risk of sexual exploitation? By children I mean under 18. Could I have a breakdown by age please.

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  • South Wales Police Chief Officer Pay

    Ref: Cat: Human Resources
    Req: Rep: 03/06/2014

    The pay and expenses of Chief Officers for the fiscal year 2012/13.

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  • South Wales Police Conduct Proceedings

    Ref: Cat: Complaints & Discipline
    Req: Rep: 03/06/2014

    The outcomes of conduct proceedings during the fiscal year 2013/14 and an overview of 'resignations during investigation' for the same year.

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  • Gifts, gratuities and Hospitality

    Ref: Cat: Finance
    Req: Rep: 03/06/2014

    Disclosure of the gifts, gratuities and hospitality offered, accepted and rejected by South Wales Police staff 2013/14.

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  • South Wales Police Business Interests Information

    Ref: Cat: Finance
    Req: Rep: 03/06/2014

    An overview of the business interests that have been requested, authorised or pending.

    - 309 Live separate BIs, for which permission has been authorised. - In addition to the above there are 69 new applications which are pending the required scrutiny, and 32 Applications to Renew Existing BIs pending evaluation. - The ‘Live’ BIs are held by 291 individual employees (as employees can undertake more than 1 if appropriate). 179 (61%) are Police Officers, 112 (39%) are Police Staff.

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  • Number of cases that have been referred from Action Fraud since April 2013

    Ref: 384/14 Cat: Investigations
    Req: 09/05/2014 Rep: 02/06/2014

    1. How many individual cases have been referred to your police force from Action Fraud for possible investigation since April 2013? 2. How many of those individual cases have been investigated by your force since April 2013? 3. How many of those investigations resulted in an individual or individuals being charged? 4. How many of the above have resulted in a conviction? Clarification: Applicant is happy to remove question 4 as it would exceed the appropriate fees limit.

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