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Please provide correspondence in relation to Bike Auckland and its rally Sunday 30 may

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From: Donna McMillan

Dear New Zealand Police,

Please provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police Commissioner, or Police Minister, including Waka Kotahi, and/or MP Julie Ann Genter regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin on Sunday 30 May and information regarding plans to ride across the bridge as part of the protest?
When was a decision made to close the two the northbound lanes of Auckland Harbour Bridge and have a police presence at the onramp and to close the on-ramp.

Yours faithfully,
Donna McMillan

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Kia ora Donna

 

Thank you for your email to the NZ Police on 30 May 2021 requesting
correspondence regarding Bike Auckland’s Liberate the Lane event on 30 May
2021. NZ Police transferred your request partially to Waka Kotahi NZ
Transport Agency on 31 May 2021. We would like to clarify the following
part of your request

 

“Please provide correspondence by email or text addressed to…Waka
Kotahi…regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin on
Sunday 30 May”

 

Can you please kindly advise if you are asking for external correspondence
received by Waka Kotahi regarding the Liberate Lane event on 30 May 2021?

 

Once you provide this clarification, we will continue to work on your
request. We’re looking forward to hearing back from you soon.

 

Ngâ mihi

 

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Ministerial Services

Te Waka Kôtuia - Engagement & Partnerships
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency
Head Office / 50 Victoria Street
Private Bag 6995, Wellington 6141, New Zealand 
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From: Donna McMillan

Dear Official Correspondence,

Thanks for your email seeking clarification on my request.
And yes I am asking for external correspondence
received and sent by Waka Kotahi regarding the Liberate Lane event on 30 May 2021?

Yours sincerely,

Donna McMillan

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Tēnā koe Donna

 

I refer to your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request dated 30 May
2021, below.

 

Your request has been partially transferred to Waka Kotahi, the Minister
of Police and I am waiting for a response to the transfer request from
Julie Anne Genter. Some of the information to which your request relates,
namely:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police Minister,
including Waka Kotahi, and/or  MP Julie Ann Genter regarding Bike
Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin on Sunday 30 May and
information regarding plans to ride across the bridge as part of the
protest

 

is not held by us but is believed to be held by or is believed to be more
closely connected with the functions of Waka Kotahi, the Minister of
Police and Julie Anne Genter. In these circumstances, we are required by
section 14 of the OIA to transfer your request.

 

You will hear further from Waka Kotahi, the Minister of Police, and Julie
Anne Genter if she accepts the partial transfer, concerning your request.

 

Police will respond to:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police
Commissioner regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin
on Sunday 30 May and information regarding plans to ride across the bridge
as part of the protest?

When was a decision made to close the two the northbound lanes of Auckland
Harbour Bridge and have a police presence at the onramp and to close the
on-ramp.

 

 

Ngā mihi
Sarah

Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police National Headquarters Wellington

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Tēnā koe Donna

Reference: OIA 2021-144

On behalf of Minister Poto Williams, Minister of Police, thank you for the
partial transfer received 2 June 2021 in which you submitted an Official
Information Act request as follow:

“provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police
Commissioner regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin
on Sunday 30 May and information regarding plans to ride across the bridge
as part of the protest?

When was a decision made to close the two the northbound lanes of Auckland
Harbour Bridge and have a police presence at the onramp and to close the
on-ramp.”

 

Minister Williams is considering your request in accordance with the Act,
and will respond in due course.

 

Ngā mihi

 

[1]cid:image003.jpg@01D5DA9C.EAF66FB0 Moana Fuli

Private Secretary, Executive Support
| Office of Hon Poto Williams
DDI: 04 817 8724 | Email:
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Private Bag 18041, Parliament
Buildings, Wellington 6160, New
Zealand

 

Authorised by Hon Poto Williams, Parliament Buildings, Wellington

 

Disclaimer: The information in this email (including attachments) is
confidential and may be legally privileged. If an addressing or
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replying to this email and destroy the message. If you are not the
intended recipient, any use, disclosure, copying or distribution is
prohibited and may be unlawful.

 

 

 

From: Ministerial Services [mailto:[New Zealand Police request email]]
Sent: Wednesday, 2 June 2021 1:10 PM
To: 'Donna McMillan' <[FOI #15608 email]>
Subject: Notification of partial transfer of OIA from Police to Waka
Kotahi, the Minister of Police, and Julie Anne Genter IR-01-21-17117

 

Tēnā koe Donna

 

I refer to your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request dated 30 May
2021, below.

 

Your request has been partially transferred to Waka Kotahi, the Minister
of Police and I am waiting for a response to the transfer request from
Julie Anne Genter. Some of the information to which your request relates,
namely:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police Minister,
including Waka Kotahi, and/or MP Julie Ann Genter regarding Bike
Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin on Sunday 30 May and
information regarding plans to ride across the bridge as part of the
protest

 

is not held by us but is believed to be held by or is believed to be more
closely connected with the functions of Waka Kotahi, the Minister of
Police and Julie Anne Genter. In these circumstances, we are required by
section 14 of the OIA to transfer your request.

 

You will hear further from Waka Kotahi, the Minister of Police, and Julie
Anne Genter if she accepts the partial transfer, concerning your request.

 

Police will respond to:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police
Commissioner regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin
on Sunday 30 May and information regarding plans to ride across the bridge
as part of the protest?

When was a decision made to close the two the northbound lanes of Auckland
Harbour Bridge and have a police presence at the onramp and to close the
on-ramp.

 

 

Ngā mihi
Sarah

Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police National Headquarters Wellington

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Tēnā koe Donna

 

Just letting you know that I am not able to transfer one portion of your
request, as I have been informed that Julie Anne Gentre is not a Minister,
and is therefore not covered by the OIA. Police, the Minister of Police
and Waka Kotahi will be responding to your request separately.

 

Ngā mihi
Sarah

Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police National Headquarters Wellington

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From: Ministerial Services
Sent: Wednesday, 2 June 2021 1:10 pm
To: 'Donna McMillan' <[FOI #15608 email]>
Subject: Notification of partial transfer of OIA from Police to Waka
Kotahi, the Minister of Police, and Julie Anne Genter IR-01-21-17117

 

Tēnā koe Donna

 

I refer to your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request dated 30 May
2021, below.

 

Your request has been partially transferred to Waka Kotahi, the Minister
of Police and I am waiting for a response to the transfer request from
Julie Anne Genter. Some of the information to which your request relates,
namely:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police Minister,
including Waka Kotahi, and/or  MP Julie Ann Genter regarding Bike
Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin on Sunday 30 May and
information regarding plans to ride across the bridge as part of the
protest

 

is not held by us but is believed to be held by or is believed to be more
closely connected with the functions of Waka Kotahi, the Minister of
Police and Julie Anne Genter. In these circumstances, we are required by
section 14 of the OIA to transfer your request.

 

You will hear further from Waka Kotahi, the Minister of Police, and Julie
Anne Genter if she accepts the partial transfer, concerning your request.

 

Police will respond to:

provide correspondence by email or text addressed to the Police
Commissioner regarding Bike Auckland's Liberate the Lane rally at Pt Erin
on Sunday 30 May and information regarding plans to ride across the bridge
as part of the protest?

When was a decision made to close the two the northbound lanes of Auckland
Harbour Bridge and have a police presence at the onramp and to close the
on-ramp.

 

 

Ngā mihi
Sarah

Ministerial Services
New Zealand Police National Headquarters Wellington

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