- How much money, per each financial year, for the last 5 years, has the Home Office paid in total to WMP to pay for the costs of preparing applications for Football Banning Orders under Section 14 (b) of the Football Spectators Act. (Also known as a banning order ‘on application’ or ‘on complaint.’
- How much money is currently paid to WMP by the Home Office for the cost of one application for a Football Banning Order under Section 14 (b) of the Act referenced above?
- If the sum of money referred to in 2) above, is dependent upon an Order being successfully granted? Then please give me: i) the amount of money paid for a successful Football Banning Order application under 14 (b).ii) the amount of money paid for an unsuccessful Football Banning Order application under 14 (b).
- What is the process by which WMP recoups money from the Home Office to pay for its Section 14 (b) Football Banning Order applications. Specifically, I want to know whether WMP apply to the Home Office BEFORE you draw up an application, (i.e. in order to fund the applications up front), or you they recoup the money AFTER the application has been heard in court.
- How much money in total, per financial year, for the last 5 years, has the Home Office paid to WMP to pay for all policing and court costs for football related matters
- Of the money you receive from the Home Office for football costs, how much is allocated to the force as a whole and how much is earmarked for the Football
- How many Football Intelligence Officer posts are paid from monies allocated by the Home Office to WMP for football costs.
Please find attached our response.