Information about location tracking devices installed in police cars
Hugh Davenport made this Official Information request to New Zealand Police
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From: Hugh Davenport
Dear New Zealand Police,
I would to know whether any location tracking devices (such as GPS) are installed in police cars. If such devices exist, I would like to know how long the data stored on them is retained for.
New Zealand Police
I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act 1982 (OIA) request
for if there is any location tracking devices (such as GPS) are installed
in police cars. If such devices exist, I would like to know how long the
data stored on them is retained for.
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the OIA.
Ministerial Services Advisor
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