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New Zealand Police Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal interviews

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From: M.R.M.

Dear New Zealand Police,

I confirm that I am a citizen of New Zealand.

I am requesting the following under the Official Information Act:

1. Copies of legislation, regulation, policy, procedure, guidelines, rules, etc. which relate to and/or cover the subject of New Zealand Police Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal interviews, including doing this in private homes

2. Copies of legislation, regulation, policy, procedure, guidelines, rules, etc. which relate to and/or cover the subject of New Zealand Police Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal interviews, including doing this in private homes but in specific regard to compliance with all of the requirements of the Privacy and/or Official Information Acts. In particular, how information recorded and captured by New Zealand Police Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal interviews is collected, used, disclosed, stored, and, how requesters are given access to such personal information

My preference and specific request is to have the abovementioned information made available to me at and via the FYI website.

Yours faithfully,

M.R.M.

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New Zealand Police

Good afternoon,

 

I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act request received
on 17 August 2020.

 

Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.

 

Kind regards,

 

Penni

Ministerial Services

PNHQ

To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[1][New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "M.R.M." <[2][FOI #13530 email]>
Date: 17/08/2020 09:20AM
Subject: Official Information request - New Zealand Police Officers using
New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal interviews

Dear New Zealand Police,

I confirm that I am a citizen of New Zealand.

I am requesting the following under the Official Information Act:

1.  Copies of legislation, regulation, policy, procedure, guidelines,
rules, etc. which relate to and/or cover the subject of New Zealand Police
Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal
interviews, including doing this in private homes

2.  Copies of legislation, regulation, policy, procedure, guidelines,
rules, etc. which relate to and/or cover the subject of New Zealand Police
Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones to record formal
interviews, including doing this in private homes but in specific regard
to compliance with all of the requirements of the Privacy and/or Official
Information Acts.  In particular, how information recorded and captured by
New Zealand Police Officers using New Zealand Police issued I-Phones
to record formal interviews is collected, used, disclosed, stored, and,
how requesters are given access to such personal information

My preference and specific request is to have the abovementioned
information made available to me at and via the FYI website.

Yours faithfully,

M.R.M.

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Attachment 200818 MRM 01 20 23555 final signed response.pdf
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Attachment 3.VVS User Guide Version 2.1 Redacted.pdf
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Attachment 4.VVS Aide Memoire v1.2.pdf
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Kia ora M.R.M
 
Please see attached the response to your OIA request. 
 
Kind regards
 
Rikki-Lee
PNHQ

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From: M.R.M.

Dear New Zealand Police,

Thank you for providing me with copies of;

a) VVS User Guide Version 2.1 Redacted.pdf
and
b) VVS Aide Memoire v1.2.pdf

However, the abovementioned information is not what I need. I am therefore clarifying my original request as explained below:-

I require the originally requested information relative to safety and welfare checks conducted by New Zealand Police Officers and carried out at private homes on (school going age) children.

I await your response.

M R M

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From: M.R.M.

Dear New Zealand Police,

I have taken a good look at the Evidence Act 2006 and the Evidence Regulations 2007. The former applies to cases of domestic violence while the latter applies to video evidence collections not mobile telephone evidence collections. Neither apply to cases where NZ Police officers use their NZ Police issued mobile phones to record interviews with parents and other caregivers in relation to child safety and welfare checks carried out by NZ Police in private homes.

I trust this clarifies my request further, however, if you are still not clear what my requirements are then please let me know and I will see what I can do about explaining in greater detail.

Yours faithfully,

M.R.M.

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Attachment M.R.M.IR 01 20 26142 OIA Request Email 2 Relates to previous OIA IR 01 20 23555.pdf
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Attachment M.R.M.IR 01 20 26142 OIA Request Email 1 Relates to previous OIA IR 01 20 23555.pdf
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Dear M.R.M.
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request below
and attached, received by NZ Police on 7 September 2020.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.
 
Kind regards
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

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To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "M.R.M." <[FYI request #13530 email]>
Date: 07/09/2020 11:24AM
Subject: Re: OIA Response - IR-01-20-23555

Dear New Zealand Police,
I have taken a good look at the Evidence Act 2006 and the Evidence
Regulations 2007.  The former applies to cases of domestic violence while
the latter applies to video evidence collections not mobile telephone
evidence collections.  Neither apply to cases where NZ Police officers use
their NZ Police issued mobile phones to record interviews with parents and
other caregivers in relation to child safety and welfare checks carried
out by NZ Police in private homes.
I trust this clarifies my request further, however, if you are still not
clear what my requirements are then please let me know and I will see what
I can do about explaining in greater detail.
Yours faithfully,
M.R.M.

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Dear New Zealand Police,

I would appreciate you updating me on the progress of my request as more clearly defined on 7 September 2020.

Yours faithfully,

M.R.M.

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New Zealand Police

Good afternoon,
 
Your request is in the final stages of review with the Executive member.
All going well it should be able to be released to you by the end of the
week.
 
Kind regards,
 
Penni
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

-----"M.R.M." <[FOI #13530 email]> wrote:
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To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "M.R.M." <[FOI #13530 email]>
Date: 18/09/2020 12:59PM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: OIA Request Acknowledgement IR-01-20-26142:
Relates to OIA Response IR-01-20-23555

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Dear New Zealand Police,
I would appreciate you updating me on the progress of my request as more
clearly defined on 7 September 2020.
Yours faithfully,
M.R.M.

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From: M.R.M.

Dear New Zealand Police,

I appreciate you keeping me informed.

Yours faithfully,

M.R.M.

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