Essex Police are unable to accurately extract this level of detail from current systems. It would require manually reviewing all STORM incidents to establish what information is held and then a follow up with the commanders.
Provided the total number of dogs seized by Essex Police for being considered dangerously out of control between 1st of January 2019 and 31st of December 2021 and the number of these that were found to be a prohibited breed.
It is not possible to accurately extract this level of detail from Essex Police systems. If a keyword search was undertaken on S.T.O.R.M. (Strategic Tasking Organisational Resource Management system) for ‘COVID’ or ‘VACCINE’, this would result in a large number of potential incident reports.
The Freedom of Information Act, Environmental Information regulations provides public access to information held by public authorities. You have the right to request any recorded information held by a public authority such as the Police service.
Information can be requested by non-UK insurers to Essex Police to provide information held on Essex Police local systems about a reported crime or loss of property and where the insurer has a specific reason to check a claim (that claim is made from an insurer outside the UK for an incident in the Essex Police area).
Information can be requested by Essex Police to provide information held on Essex Police local system for use in civil legal proceedings. Most requests will relate to applicants seeking redress by way of financial compensation.
Individuals have the right to apply for information held on Essex Police local systems. This guidance sets out the process to apply for information held on Essex Police local systems and the exclusions and limitations that apply.