Two police assessments relating to right wing extremism

Valerie Morse made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

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From: Valerie Morse

Dear New Zealand Police,

Please provide the two 2014 Police assessments noted in the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch massacre:
1. The Right-wing in New Zealand: Myth vs Reality
2. Domestic Extremism: Unlikely but not out of the question

If these items are already publicly available, please direct me to the location of these items. If there are similar, more recent assessments relating to the same subjects, please provide these as well.

Thank you

Ngā mihi
Valerie Morse

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New Zealand Police

Tēnā koe Ms Morse
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request
below, received by NZ Police on 14 December 2020.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.
 
Please note, as per section 2 of the Act, the three weeks between 25
December and 15 January in the following year do not count as working
days. You can expect a response to your request on or before 2 February
2021.
 
Ngā mihi
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ
-----"Valerie Morse" <[FOI #14293 email]>
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To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
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From: "Valerie Morse" <[FOI #14293 email]>
Date: 14/12/2020 10:34AM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Official Information request - Two police assessments
relating to right wing extremism

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Dear New Zealand Police,
Please provide the two 2014 Police assessments noted in the Royal
Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch massacre:
1. The Right-wing in New Zealand: Myth vs Reality
2. Domestic Extremism: Unlikely but not out of the question
If these items are already publicly available, please direct me to the
location of these items. If there are similar, more recent assessments
relating to the same subjects, please provide these as well.
Thank you
Ngā mihi
Valerie Morse
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New Zealand Police

Tēnā koe Ms Morse
 
I refer to your Official Information Act (OIA) request below, received by
NZ Police on 14 December 2020.
 
The information to which your request relates is not held by NZ Police,
but is believed to be held by and more closely related to the functions of
the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet (DPMC). In these circumstances,
we are required by section 14 of the Official Information Act 1982 to
transfer your request. This email is to confirm that your request has been
transferred in full to DPMC.
 
You will hear further from DPMC concerning your request. Any queries
relating to your request can be referred to [1][email address].
 
Ngā mihi
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ

-----[email address] wrote: -----
To: "Valerie Morse" <[FOI #14293 email]>
From: [email address]
Date: 15/12/2020 07:28AM
Cc: Ministerial Services/POLICE/NZ@NZPOLICE
Subject: OIA Request Acknowledgement IR-01-20-37992 - Two police
assessments relating to right wing extremism

Tēnā koe Ms Morse
 
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act (OIA) request
below, received by NZ Police on 14 December 2020.
 
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the Act.
 
Please note, as per section 2 of the Act, the three weeks between 25
December and 15 January in the following year do not count as working
days. You can expect a response to your request on or before 2 February
2021.
 
Ngā mihi
Fiona
Ministerial Services
PNHQ
-----"Valerie Morse" <[FOI #14293 email]>
wrote: -----
To: "OIA/LGOIMA requests at New Zealand Police"
<[New Zealand Police request email]>
From: "Valerie Morse" <[FOI #14293 email]>
Date: 14/12/2020 10:34AM
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Official Information request - Two police assessments
relating to right wing extremism

CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not
click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know
the content is safe.

Dear New Zealand Police,
Please provide the two 2014 Police assessments noted in the Royal
Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch massacre:
1. The Right-wing in New Zealand: Myth vs Reality
2. Domestic Extremism: Unlikely but not out of the question
If these items are already publicly available, please direct me to the
location of these items. If there are similar, more recent assessments
relating to the same subjects, please provide these as well.
Thank you
Ngā mihi
Valerie Morse
-------------------------------------------------------------------
This is an Official Information request made via the FYI website.
Please use this email address for all replies to this request:
[FOI #14293 email]
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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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Kia ora Valerie

 

Thank you for your request under the Official Information Act 1982 which
was transferred from New Zealand Police on 17 December 2020, requesting as
follows:

“Please provide the two 2014 Police assessments noted in the Royal
Commission of Inquiry into the Christchurch massacre:

1. The Right-wing in New Zealand: Myth vs Reality

2. Domestic Extremism: Unlikely but not out of the question

If these items are already publicly available, please direct me to the
location of these items. If there are similar, more recent assessments
relating to the same subjects, please provide these as well.”

 

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