Who can request the release of information
Organisations that have a crime prevention, law enforcement or tax collection function may require personal information held by us to prevent or detect a crime, apprehend or prosecute an offender, or for taxation and benefit purposes.
These organisations can submit requests:
- HM Revenue and Customs
- Child Support Agency
- Health and Safety Executive
- Official receiver
- Solicitors or another acting on your clients behalf
- Solicitor acting on your client behalf, but asking for another’s data
- Other local councils or public bodies, acting under authorised powers
We may be able to release this information by applying an exemption under the Data Protection Act 1998. There is no obligation on us to do so and even if the exemption applies we may decide that we will not release any information.
If we have genuine concerns about releasing any personal information (for example, because we think it has other legal obligations such as the information being confidential) then we may ask for a court order requiring release of the information.
How to make a request
Organisations wishing to request disclosure of personal information held by us must complete the request for disclosure of personal data form.
Please read guidance notes before completing the form
You can submit your request using our online form:
Alternatively you can download and print out your request for information here
Please send the form to us as follows:
- Secure email – faye.biddlesGCSX@hinckley-Bosworth.gcsx.gov.uk
- Post securely to The Information Governance Officer, Hinckley & Bosworth BC, Hinckley Hub,
Rugby Road, Hinckley, Leicestershire, LE10 0FR (mark the envelope ‘Private & Confidential’)
This guidance is designed to help you complete the form. The purpose of the form is to enable us to respond to requests for the disclosure of personal data by providing the necessary information to locate the data in question. It also allows us to make an informed decision concerning the request for release of the information based on the understanding of the grounds for applying the exemption.
Last updated: 11/12/2017 16:00:46