Polcing on Pitcairn Island

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From: Andrew Schofield

Dear New Zealand Police,

I understand that the New Zealand Police provide officers to provide law enforcement activities to the UK territory of Pitcairn Island.

Please can you provide the following for the policing of Pitcairn Island:
a) a breakdown of costs for each of the last ten years
b) a copy of any briefing document for officers deployed to Pitcairn
c) details of any additional allowances payable to officers deployed to Pitcairn
d) details of the minimum and maximum planned length of deployments to Pitcairn

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Schofield

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From: FLEMING, Emma
New Zealand Police


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Dear Andrew Schofield,

 

Thank you for your Official Information Request to NZ Police dated 15
August 2020 regarding law enforcement activities on Pitcairn Island.

 

In consideration of your request can you please confirm your eligibility
(as per one of the categories below) to make the request.

 

As per the Official Information Act 1982, to request information, you must
be:

o A New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, or
o Actually present in New Zealand, or
o A body corporate that is incorporated or that has a place of business
in New Zealand.

 

Your request has also been made with urgent priority – please advise of
the reason for urgency.

 

Regards,

Emma Fleming

 

Emma Fleming

R/Manager: Overseas Assistance Programmes

International Service Group

 

M +64 21 191 5336
E  [1][email address]

 

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New Zealand Police

Kia ora Andrew
I refer to your request of 15 August 2020 for information relating to law
enforcement to the UK territory of Pitcairn Island.
I have been asked to let you know that there will be a delay in responding
to your request.
This is due to the time taken to retrieve information that will be
included in the response to your request. 
The new anticipated response date for your request is 6 October 2020. 
Our sincere apologies for this delay. 
Kind regards
Hannah
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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From: Andrew Schofield

Dear New Zealand Police,

I can confirm that I am eligible to make a request under the criteria within the Official Information Act.

Yours faithfully,

Andrew Schofield

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