Dear NSW Police Force,

I would appreciate access to any final documents or email correspondence in the last 12 months that may provide some insight into the NSW Police Force or the Commissioners plan for managing consent in order to minimize or manage reports of sexual assault.

I’m especially interested in anything that may provide insight into technical solutions such as applications or websites the police force has considered, and how much exploratory work was performed on those ideas.

Yours faithfully,
Eliza Sorensen

#GIPA, NSW Police Force

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Dear Customer,

Thank you for making an application for information to the NSW Police Force.

Please be advised that the NSW Police Force no longer accepts email as an approved facility for the making of a valid application for information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act).

Applications are now made through the NSW Police Force Community Portal.

As such, in accordance with section 41(1)(a) of the GIPA Act, your application made via email is invalid as it is not made in a manner approved by the NSW Police Force.

If you are not satisfied with this decision, you may exercise your review rights under Part 5 of the Act by requesting:

• an internal review of the decision which must be lodged within 20 working days from the date of this notice, or

• an external review of the decision by the Information Commissioner or the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) which must be lodged within 40 working days from the date of this notice.

For further information about the making of applications for information to the NSW Police Force and requests for review, please visit our website.

If you have any enquiries about this notice, please contact an InfoLink Customer Service Representative on (02) 8835 6888.

Thank you,
On behalf of
Information Team Leader
InfoLink
NSW Police
Ph: 02 8835 6888

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