Our use of cookies We use necessary cookies to make our site work. Necessary cookies enable core functionality such as security, network management, website analytics and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions. The cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify anyone. For more information on how these cookies work, please see our privacy policy.

To agree to our use of cookies, click the 'Accept' button.
Accept
 

What we have been asked for

As part of our commitment to being open and transparent, we publish details of a sample of the Freedom of Information (FOI) requests we receive and our responses. This is known as the disclosure log.

Other information we publish

We also publish details of public interest tests that we hold to decide whether or not disclosure of requested information that may fall within the scope of a conditional exemption is in the public interest.

You can also try looking at our publication scheme and our transparency pages to see what information we already make available.

Disclosure log

To help you identify the type of information you need in the disclosure log we have grouped requests into categories that reflect services we provide, how we manage the organisation and types of requests we receive.

Requests could potentially fall under a number of different categories so you may need to check under one or more categories to find out what we have been asked for. Dates given in the document titles indicate the calendar year in which the request has been received.

Requests are grouped under the following categories:

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about adult care, health and wellbeing includes questions about:

Please note

Responsibilities for some adult social care functions transferred to the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Partnership Trust (SSOTP) in April 2012.

Requests for personal information are not covered by Freedom of Information. Please refer to our guidance about requesting personal information.

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about children and family care and support includes questions about:

Please note: requests for personal information are not covered by freedom of information. Please refer to our guidance about requesting personal information.

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about economic development, regeneration and business support includes questions about:

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about education and schools includes question about:

Answer:

Requests and responses

Public protection includes animal health, petroleum, safety of sports grounds, scientific services and trading standards. Requests we have received for information about public protection includes questions about:

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about information and communication technology includes questions about:

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about public health includes questions about:

Answer:

Under the Freedom of Information Act if any request for information is potentially subject to a conditional exemption we are required to carry out a Public Interest Test (PIT). A Public Interest Panel (PIP) sits to decide whether or not the information should be released.

We publish a summary of PIP meeting considerations and decisions. The PIT 'decision documents' contain details of the request, the conditional exemption, decision making process,the panel's decision, and if the amount of disclosed information is not too large to publish, the information released. 

Decision documents

Disclosure log

Examples of what we have been asked for including requests we have received that are not subject to an exemption, our response and information we have provided can be seen in our disclosure log.

Answer:

Requests and responses

Requests we have received for information about transport and infrastructure includes questions about:

Displaying 1 to 10 of 14
Previous 1 2 Next

 

There are no results that match your search criteria


Latest council news

County Council continues to manage finances throughout pandemic

Staffordshire County Council is continuing to manage its finances as it continues to deal with the effect of the coronavirus pandemic.
Date:
07 July 2020

County council reacts to school September opening plans

Education leaders in Staffordshire have welcomed news that all pupils are to return to schools and colleges in September.
Date:
02 July 2020

Residents Urged to Stick to Covid-19 Rules – as Country Marks 100 Days Since Lockdown

Communities across Staffordshire are being urged to continue to follow the advice on Covid-19 – as the country marks 100 days since the start of lockdown today. (Wednesday)
Date:
01 July 2020

Businesses encouraged to heed advice and take advantage of available help

Businesses are being encouraged to heed government advice on social distancing and take advantage of the help that is available from the county council as lockdown eases.
Date:
26 June 2020

Visit the Staffordshire Newsroom