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----- Original Message -----
From: foia@braintree.gov.uk
To: david@mortimers-removals.co.uk
Sent: Tuesday, December 31, 2013 11:30 AM
Subject: REF: 1202 David Mortimer - what the gender and familial relationship was to the child victim of offenders in substantiated child abuse

Further to you Freedom of Information request received by Braintree District Council, I write to advise that the Council holds no information in respect.

This information may be held by Essex County Council and I respectfully refer you to the Freedom of Information Officer for Essex County Council.

To send Essex County Council an FOI please view their website at the following link: http://www.essex.gov.uk/Your-Council/Your-Right-Know/Pages/Making-Freedom-of-Information-request.aspx

If you disagree with the Council’s decision in respect of your freedom of information request or are otherwise unhappy with how the Council has dealt with your request in the first instance you may approach Emma Wisbey Local Governance Manager in writing at the following address: Braintree District Council, Causeway House, Bocking End, Braintree, Essex, CM7 9HB.

Should you remain dissatisfied with the outcome you have a right of appeal under S50 of the Freedom of Information Act to appeal against the decision by contacting the Information Commissioner, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow SK9 5AF, enquiries@ico.gsi.gov.uk

Kind Regards

Mischa Brown

Website and Information Officer

01376 552525 Ext 2441 www.braintree.gov.uk/ mischa.brown@braintree.gov.uk

-----Original Message-----
From: david@mortimers-removals.co.uk
Sent: 28 December 2013 10:40 AM
To: foia@braintree.gov.uk
Subject: Request for information under the freedom of information act.

Dear Braintree Council

Request for information under the freedom of information act.

Please will you kindly tell me what the (a) gender and (b) familial relationship was to the child victim of offenders in substantiated child abuse cases in the area which you have a duty to protect children from abuse for the last full year which figures are available, broken down by (i) physical abuse, (ii) emotional abuse, (iii) sexual abuse and (iv) cases of neglect.

David Mortimer

Who do local authorities protect children from? 28th December 2013

http://www.ukfamilylawreform.co.uk/abuse.htm

A change would be in the best interests of children.

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/ukfamilylawreform/