FOI Request for Detail Incident Report 1-4BLX3V

Lauren Martin made this Freedom of Information request to Department of Home Affairs

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From: Lauren Martin

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To the Department of Immigration and Citizenship,

Dear Sir/Madam,

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Cth) I request the following document:

Incident Detail Report 1-4BLX3V from the Department's Compliance, Case Management, Detention and Settlement Portal. I also request any documents attached to the detailed report.

Kind Regards,

L. Martin

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Attachment 24AB notice 5 July 2013.pdf
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Our reference: FA 13/07/00163; ADF2013/20185

Dear Ms Martin

Please see the attached notice.

Regards

Linda Rossiter
Director
FOI and Privacy Policy
Department of Immigration and Citizenship

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From: Lauren Martin

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Dear FOI,

Thanks you for your letter, but I do not wish to revise or withdraw my FOI request.

Rather I request that my FOI be considered on its merits – and not in conjunction with other requests, made by other people about other matters under DIAC's purview. This would meet the practical requirements of which you write. It is not valid to deem that the information I seek – e.g., how it came to be that a Serco staff member was assaulted – is "substantially the same" as any other incident involving any other person within our national immigration detention system. This is a single incident involving specific individuals. Responding with the information I seek is, in its scope, within the department's practical capabilities

I advise that I would not wish to speak for others in the matter of these FOIs you mistakenly deem to be "substantially the same", nor would l like others to speak for me in this matter.

I understand from your letter that my request, as made, would fit into the time frame allowed under DIAC's own guidelines and I repeat my request for the information. Please reconsider, or advise me how I can appeal the refusal you say you intend to make.

Yours sincerely,

Lauren Martin

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Attachment Deemed withdrawn notice.pdf
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Dear Ms Martin

    

Please see the attached notice.

    

Regards

    

Linda Rossiter

Director

FOI and Privacy Policy

Department of Immigration and Citizenship

 

UNCLASSIFIED

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