Disclosure list


Buildings and Estates - 2021

Active Police Stations

The request in more detail:

Request no: 5479/20

This is a request for information about the number of active police stations which fall under the force’s remit, and the number that have closed in the last decade. Please could you provide the number of active police stations, along with the address of each. Could you also provide the number of police stations that have closed over the last ten years. Could these be broken down by the month they closed, and if possible could the address be provided too. By ‘active,’ I mean a facility with a physical public facing counter.

Response:

Please see attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 26-Jan-2021

Documents

Record 1 - 5479.doc (715264 kb)

Police Stations

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2074/21

How many force police stations in operation at the start of 2010 are no longer operational? Please provide the name and address for each. How many force police stations closed since the start of 2010 had a public front counter where the public could speak to an enquiry officer? Please provide the name and address for each. How many force police stations are currently planned for closure? Please provide the name and address for each, and the expected date of closure (as accurately as is possible). How many of those stations currently planned for closure have a public front counter? Please provide the name and address for each. How many police stations does the force currently have open? Please provide the name and address for each. How many police stations with a public front counter does the force currently have open? Please provide the name and address for each.

Response:

Please see attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 25-May-2021

Documents

Record 1 - 2074.doc (788480 kb)

Custody Cells

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2273/21

How many of the 160 cells, as of the current day, is not equipped with a suicide intervention pack? How many of the 160 cells have aspirated smoke detector systems that are not working "rapidly and effectively", as per APP guidance. How many of the 160 custody cells do not have a defibrillator, as of the current day?

Response:

Please see attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 10-Jun-2021

Documents

Record 1 - 2273.doc (714752 kb)

Custody ventilation

The request in more detail:

Request no: 2136/21

1) As of 01/05/21, how many holding (custody) cells are there within your force's constabulary area? 1a) How many of these holding cells identified in Q1 are recorded (as of 01/05/21) as containing ventilation and fire detection systems that do not to meet the Home Office Police Buildings Design Guide (HOPBDG)? 1b) Please can you detail in what specific ways the identified ventilation and fire detection systems identified in Q1a fail to meet HOPBDG. Please also state the date of the inspection (DD/MM/YYYY) that last recorded those failings. According to the College of Police Guidance, ventilation systems meeting Home Office guidance help to ensure that other cells are kept clear of smoke and that smoke is cleared from the cell corridor. It goes on to state that inappropriate and inadequate ventilation systems in older suites that do not achieve negative air pressure within the cell place staff and other detainees at risk when the cell door is opened

Response:

Please see attached - Record 1

Disclosure date: 11-May-2021

Documents

Record 1 - 2136.doc (714240 kb)

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