1. Please tell me how many media requests were received by Thurrock's communications team in the past three years, broken down by each year.
2. Of the number of media requests that were responded to how many took longer than:
a) 12 hours?
b) 24 hours?
c) 48 hours?
d) Five days?
3. How many media requests were not responded to at all?
Unfortunately we do not hold all the information requested in the format that is required. We didn’t start logging media enquiries on our current system until 28 March 2018, therefore the only information we are able to provide is as follows:
Media Enquiries since March 28, 2018
|Time Taken||No. of enquiries||%|
|Under 8 hours||169||30.84%|
|Over 24 hours||319||58.21%|
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