Thomas and Clark intelligence products shared with Police relating to 2019 oil industry protests

Harold made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police

Response to this request is delayed. By law, New Zealand Police should normally have responded promptly and by (details and exceptions)

From: Harold

Dear New Zealand Police,

This is a request for copies of all Thompson and Clark intelligence products shared with Police concerning these protest events:

1) July-August 2019 Environmental Protection Agency hearing in Dunedin

2) September-October 2019 Petroleum Conference at Queenstown’s Millennium Hotel

3) October 2019 GasNZ Industry Forum at Christchurch’s Rydges Hotel

4) November 2019 occupation of OMV ship Skandi Atlantic, Timaru

5) December 2019 School Strike/Greenpeace protest at OMV offices, New Plymouth

Yours faithfully,

Harold

Link to this

From: Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police


Attachment image001.png
10K Download


Tēnā koe Harold

 

I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request
below, by New Zealand Police on 10 May 2021.

 

Your request is being actioned pursuant to the OIA.

 

You can expect a response to your request on or before 8 June 2021.

 

Ngā mihi
Sarah

Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police National Headquarters Wellington

[1]wordmark transparent                   

 

 

show quoted sections

Link to this

From: Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police

tēnā koe Harold

 

I refer to your request of 10 May 2021 for the following information:
copies of all Thompson and Clark intelligence products shared with Police
concerning these protest event.

 

I have been asked to advise you that Police requires an extension of time
in which to respond to your request, pursuant to section 15A(1) of the
Official Information Act  1982 (OIA). Specifically, section 15A(1)(b),
consultations necessary to make a decision on the request are such that a
proper response to the request cannot reasonably be made within the
original time limit.

 

Police require until 15 June 2021 to provide a substantive response to
your request.

 

You have the right, under section 28(3) of the OIA, to make a complaint to
an Ombudsman about this extension.

 

If you wish to discuss any aspect of your request with us, including this
decision, please feel free to contact
[1][email address]

 

Ngā mihi,

 

Penni

Penni Davenport |Ministerial Services Advisor

Strategy & Partnerships |PNHQ

 

===============================================================

WARNING

The information contained in this email message is intended for the
addressee only and may contain privileged information. It may also be
subject to the provisions of section 50 of the Policing Act 2008, which
creates an offence to have unlawful possession of Police property. If you
are not the intended recipient of this message or have received this
message in error, you must not peruse, use, distribute or copy this
message or any of its contents.

Also note, the views expressed in this message may not necessarily reflect
those of the New Zealand Police. If you have received this message in
error, please email or telephone the sender immediately

References

Visible links
1. mailto:[email address]

Link to this

Things to do with this request

Anyone:
New Zealand Police only: