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From: Lindsay

Dear New Zealand Police,

As a New Zealand born citizen. I hereby request the following information, pursuant to the Offical Information Act.

1. What are the standard operating procedures that flight crew of the Air Support Unit operating on the new twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters within the Auckland Metropolitan Area must comply with.

2. Are the standard operating procedures the same for day operation and night operation.

3. At night, what altitude must the helicopters (mention in 1.) fly to prevent disturbances by the rotor blade noise to Auckland home tenants.

4. Since 1st July 2019, how many complaints did New Zealand Police received regarding the noise level of the twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters operating in Auckland.

Yours faithfully,

Lindsay

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New Zealand Police

Dear Lindsay
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request
below, transferred to NZ Police by the Minister of Police on 1 June 2020.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act with a response due to
you on or before 30 June 2020.
 
Kind regards
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: "Lindsay" <[FOI #12994 email]>
Date: 01/06/2020 02:26AM
Subject: Official Information request - Air Support Unit | New Zealand
Police

Dear New Zealand Police,
As a New Zealand born citizen. I hereby request the following information,
pursuant to the Offical Information Act.
1. What are the standard operating procedures that flight crew of the Air
Support Unit operating on the new twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters within
the Auckland Metropolitan Area must comply with.
2. Are the standard operating procedures the same for day operation and
night operation.
3. At night, what altitude must the helicopters (mention in 1.) fly to
prevent disturbances by the rotor blade noise to Auckland home tenants.
4. Since 1st July 2019, how many complaints did New Zealand Police
received regarding the noise level of the twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters
operating in Auckland.
Yours faithfully,
Lindsay
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Dear Lindsay
 
Please accept my apologies for an error in the acknowledgement email sent
to you.
 
It should have read:
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request
below, received by NZ Police on 1 June 2020.
 
Kind regards
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

 
 
To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "Lindsay" <[FOI #12994 email]>
Date: 01/06/2020 02:26AM
Subject: Official Information request - Air Support Unit | New Zealand
Police

Dear New Zealand Police,
As a New Zealand born citizen. I hereby request the following information,
pursuant to the Offical Information Act.
1. What are the standard operating procedures that flight crew of the Air
Support Unit operating on the new twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters within
the Auckland Metropolitan Area must comply with.
2. Are the standard operating procedures the same for day operation and
night operation.
3. At night, what altitude must the helicopters (mention in 1.) fly to
prevent disturbances by the rotor blade noise to Auckland home tenants.
4. Since 1st July 2019, how many complaints did New Zealand Police
received regarding the noise level of the twin-engine Bell 429 helicopters
operating in Auckland.
Yours faithfully,
Lindsay
-------------------------------------------------------------------
This is an Official Information request made via the FYI website.
Please use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #12994 email]
Is [New Zealand Police request email] the wrong address for Official
Information requests to New Zealand Police? If so, please contact us using
this form:
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the internet. Our privacy and copyright policies:
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New Zealand Police


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Dear Lindsay,

 

Please see attached response to your request.

 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further queries.

 

Kind regards

 

Beth

 

 

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