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Date Responded 23 April 2019

Provision of information held by Northumbria Police made under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the 'Act')

As you may be aware the purpose of the Act is to allow a general right of access to information held at the time of a request, by a Public Authority (including the Police), subject to certain limitations and exemptions.

You asked:

  1. How much money has been paid out in compensation police have broken doors and locks during a raid on a house in the last three years / What is the cost of repair work after police have broken doors and locks during a raid on a house in the last three years?
  2. How many households have received compensation or repair work paid for by the police to fix doors broken in raids by officers during the last three years?

3a. How many applications have been made for police funded repairs or compensation after officers have damaged doors during a raid in the last three years?

3b. How many of these applications have been successful in the last three years?

Please provide the information for the last three years by year (2016, 2017 and 2018)

After we sought clarity you responded. 

By raid I mean when police have gone to houses in a bid to arrest of search someone when they have a warrant. 

In Response:

Following receipt of your request, searches were conducted with each Area Command of Northumbria Police. I can confirm that the information you have requested is held by Northumbria Police.

I am able to disclose the located information to you as follows.

  1. £                                 

2016    4837.50                      

2017    3675.52                      

2018    4372.10                      

 

2.

2016    3                     

2017    6                     

2018    5                     

 

3a

2016    27                   

2017    16                   

2018    26                   

 

3b

2016    3                     

2017    6                     

2018    5                     

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