It is not possible to extract the level of detail required regarding the type of offensive weapon from current Essex Police systems. This would require manually extracting each record and reviewing it to see if the data is held.
It is not possible to accurately extract the level of detail required regarding the sexuality of homicide victims for the requested period from current Essex Police systems. It would require manually reviewing each case file to see if the information is held as this is not routinely recorded.
Confirmed that Essex Police have no agreed plans to launch the use of Retrospective Facial Recognition (RFR) technology and that the initiation of any project or technology involving personal data must be compliant with various Essex Police policies, procedures and processes.
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.