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From: Taylor

Dear New Zealand Police,

I would like the CCTV footage from The Cross road lights by the hospital right down Kahikatea to Greenwood street. From the 22.1.2017 at 11pm till 23.1.2017 at 7am .

Kind Regards

Taylor

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From: MAUNDER, Renee
New Zealand Police

Kia ora

 

Ministerial Services is closed for the Christmas break, we will be back on
6 January 2020.

 

 

Renee

 

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New Zealand Police

Hello Taylor
 
Would you please clarify if your question relates to streets in the city
of Hamilton?
 
Presuming the city is Hamilton, would you please confirm your request is
for any CCTV footage of Kahikatea Drive from the intersection of Kahikatea
Drive and Ohaupo Road to the intersection of Kahikatea Drive and Greenwood
Street?
 
Thank you
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: "Taylor" <[FOI #11930 email]>
Date: 20/12/2019 07:37PM
Subject: Official Information request - Request

Dear New Zealand Police,
I would like  the CCTV footage from The Cross road lights by the hospital
right down Kahikatea to Greenwood street. From the 22.1.2017 at 11pm till
23.1.2017 at 7am  .
Kind Regards
Taylor
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New Zealand Police

Good morning Taylor
 
I am writing to check in to see if you have received our request for
clarification of your question, once the question is clarified, your
request can be allocated for processing.
 
Kind regards
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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New Zealand Police

Good morning Taylor
 
We are unable to proceed with your request with current information.
 
Please resubmit your request after clarifying the exact locations.
 
Thank you
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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To: "Taylor" <[FOI #11930 email]>
From: [email address]
Date: 10/01/2020 11:15AM
Subject: Fw: Re: Official Information request - Request

Good morning Taylor
 
I am writing to check in to see if you have received our request for
clarification of your question, once the question is clarified, your
request can be allocated for processing.
 
Kind regards
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: Taylor

Dear New Zealand Police,

Yes I am requesting this for the streets of Hamilton please .

Yours faithfully,

Taylor

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New Zealand Police

Good morning
 
Your request has been received by New Zealand Police.
 
It will now be allocated for response.
 
Kind regards
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "Taylor" <[FOI #11930 email]>
Date: 11/02/2020 05:24PM
Subject: Re: Fw: Re: Official Information request - Request

Dear New Zealand Police,
Yes I am requesting this for the streets of Hamilton please .
Yours faithfully,
Taylor

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New Zealand Police

Good Morning Taylor,
I refer to your request for information made under the Official
Information Act 1982
You have asked for:
RE: CCTV footage between two intersections in Hamilton.
"I would like the CCTV footage from The Cross road lights by the hospital
right down Kahikatea to Greenwood street. From the 22.1.2017 at 11pm till
23.1.2017 at 7am ."
I have considered your request under the OIA 1982, and I can advise you of
the following;

* I can advise you that the Police are not the administrators or owners
of these  cameras that you refer to.
* Your request is more suited to be requested from the Hamilton City
Council.

You have the right to ask the Ombudsman to review my decision if you are
not satisfied with Police’s response to your request.
Kind regards 
Kane Hunia
Sergeant
Waikato Information Requests Team

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Mr Rodgers left an annotation ()

If the Police have decided that the "request is more suited to be requested from the Hamilton City Council" then they are obliged by the OIA to transfer it *themselves* to HCC. Worth putting yet another complaint to the Ombudsman.

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