An information rights request relates to personal information, which we may have about you.
Under data protection law, you have certain rights about how your information is kept, stored and used.
As a result, you can request a copy of your personal data. You can also request additional information to help you understand how and why we are using your information – and to check that we are doing it legally.
These rights are covered in more detail in Your Rights.
Which Information Right would you like use?
There are a number of information rights relating to personal information. To make sure we can handle your Information Rights request efficiently, we first need to know which Right you are contacting us about.
Your Information Rights are the following:
- Right to be Informed
- Right of Access
- Right to Rectification
- Right to Erasure
- Right to Restriction of Processing
- Right to Data Portability
- Right to Object
- Automated Decision-Making, including Profiling
You can find out more about each Information Right by going to the web page 2.5 Your Rights (Hyperlink to web page section: /for-you/your-rights/)
How to Make an Information Rights Request
You can make an Information Rights request in the following ways:
Please send your request to:
Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
c/o St Marks House
St Marks Court
What Else do you need?
- Proof of Identity
We also may need you to prove your identity before we can look into your request.
If we require proof of identification, we will write to you and advise you.
All Information Rights requests are free of charge, unless we consider them to be manifestly unfounded or excessive. We will write to you and advise you if this is the case.