Trespass Notices submitted to Police by DHBs

Amy S Van Wey Lovatt made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

The request was refused by New Zealand Police.

From: Amy S Van Wey Lovatt

Dear New Zealand Police,

According to NZ DHB policies, they must provide the NZ Police with copies of Trespass Notices issued to members of the public.

Request 1:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a copy between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020.

Request 2:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a copy between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020, and in which the individual has been banned from access to the DHB with the only exception being Emergency Services (e.g., no exception listed for attending scheduled medical visits, visiting hospitalized whanau, etc).

Request 3:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a copy between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020, and in which there had been no reason given to the individual prior to the issuance of the Trespass Notice or where there was no reference to the reason provided on the Trespass Notice.

Thank you for your assistance in helping me find this information.

Yours faithfully,

Amy S Van Wey Lovatt

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New Zealand Police

Dear Ms Van Wey Lovatt
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request
below, received by NZ Police on 1 July 2020.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.
 
Kind regards
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: "Amy S Van Wey Lovatt"
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Date: 01/07/2020 04:22AM
Subject: Official Information request - Trespass Notices submitted to
Police by DHBs

Dear New Zealand Police,
According to NZ DHB policies, they must provide the NZ Police with copies
of Trespass Notices issued to members of the public.
Request 1:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to
members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a
copy between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020.
Request 2:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to
members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a
copy  between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020, and in which the individual has
been banned from access to the DHB with the only exception being Emergency
Services (e.g., no exception listed for attending scheduled medical
visits, visiting hospitalized whanau, etc).
Request 3:
I respectfully request the total number of Trespass Notices issued to
members of the public for each DHB, of which the NZ Police were given a
copy between 1 June 2015 and 1 June 2020, and in which there had been no
reason given to the individual prior to the issuance of the Trespass
Notice or where there was no reference to the reason provided on the
Trespass Notice.
Thank you for your assistance in helping me find this information.
Yours faithfully,
Amy S Van Wey Lovatt
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From: Amy S Van Wey Lovatt

Dear New Zealand Police,

I am following up on my request submitted on 1 July regarding Trespass Notices submitted to the NZ Police. I note that according to the OIA, the legislated time frame is 20 working days, which was yesterday, and yet I neither received a request for an extension nor the information.

If the time frame is too long, which is holding up the information; then, I would ask that you provide the information for 2019 only before 3 August 2020, and the rest of the information before the end of August.

I hope that you and your staff will find this reasonable.

Yours faithfully,

Amy S Van Wey Lovatt

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New Zealand Police

Dear Amy
I can confirm that your request is currently being reviewed. The delay in
completing our response is due to the volume of requests being processed.
Although I am unable to provide a release date at this stage, I anticipate
a further 2 days will be required to complete our response after which it
will be referred for executive review. In normal circumstances this review
process can take up to 8 working days. Please accept our apologies for any
delay in providing you with a response to your query. We are endeavouring
to provide this to you as soon as possible.
Regards,

Obert Cinco

Team Manager - Reporting
Evidence Based Policing Centre

 

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Kia ora Amy
 
Please see attached the response to your OIA request.  Please accept our
apologies for the delay.
 
Kind regards
Rikki-Lee
PNHQ

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