Correspondence between the IPCA and Police about monitoring of police phones
The request was refused by Independent Police Conduct Authority.
From: Dylan Moran
Dear Independent Police Conduct Authority,
This is a request under the Official Information Act for correspondence – including but not limited to emails, letters, memos, faxes and any phone records - between the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) and the New Zealand Police relating to the recently completed national rollout of iPhones and iPods to front-line police officers. We wish to obtain information relating to;
1: Any correspondence between the IPCA and Police Inspector Simon Feltham about monitoring of the new devices.
2: Any correspondence between the IPCA and Police Inspector Simon Feltham about the rollout's potential impact on future IPCA inquiries.
3: Any correspondence between the IPCA and Police about monitoring of the new devices.
4: Any correspondence between the IPCA and Police about the rollout's potential impact on future IPCA inquiries.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries about the questions in this letter.
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Sent request to Independent Police Conduct Authority again, using a new contact address.
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