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Police subject access request free from the 25th May @ ACRO

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Found 17th May
The £10 fee for subject access requests will be removed on 25th May 2018 in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

All requests received up until 11.59pm Thursday 24th May will be processed as per current legislation and a £10 fee will be applied.

All requests received from 12.00am on Friday 25th May onwards will be processed in line with the new legislation, free of charge.

The website will be updated to reflect these changes in due course.

Subject access is the process by which you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National Computer (PNC).
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Ammo for a best man speech 👌
ssc16 m ago

you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National …you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National Computer (PNC)


Bit of a weirdo, kind of ugly, but basically OK.

Huh.
OneGloveOnTheFence6 m ago

Ammo for a best man speech 👌



Only if you want to shoot yourself in the foot.
You can only apply for information about YOURSELF
Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information about you? Worrying how Orwellian our society has become
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what is this like a police check
scousetomo2 m ago

what is this like a police check



you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National Computer (PNC)
Ammo for a best man speech 👌
ssc16 m ago

you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National …you can find out what information is held about you on the Police National Computer (PNC)


Bit of a weirdo, kind of ugly, but basically OK.

Huh.
"Anyone can apply for subject access to use the information for their own purposes ..................... nor can you apply for subject access on behalf of someone else."
OneGloveOnTheFence6 m ago

Ammo for a best man speech 👌



Only if you want to shoot yourself in the foot.
You can only apply for information about YOURSELF
Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information about you? Worrying how Orwellian our society has become
lucas12 m ago

Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information …Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information about you? Worrying how Orwellian our society has become


If you have been a witness or reported something they will have your details from that.
exhausted14 m ago

If you have been a witness or reported something they will have your …If you have been a witness or reported something they will have your details from that.


Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they took all my details from my drivers license without my permission which I later found out they had no right to do. I’m a white middle class male in his 30’s, I dread to think of the abuse of power they lord over young black men
lucas14 m ago

Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they …Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they took all my details from my drivers license without my permission which I later found out they had no right to do. I’m a white middle class male in his 30’s, I dread to think of the abuse of power they lord over young black men


It's ok.... Piers said so yesterday - "90% of violent crime is carried out by black youths "that look like they are in gangs".... so why cant the police stop all black men that look like they are in gangs.."


My wife last night asked - What do you wear if you look like you are in a gang...

I replied - basically what I wear....


Luckily for me I am whiter than Casper...

its a shame we live in a world where Piers has a platform. The massive mug.

I agree with what you are saying.
Can we request our information be deleted? obviously us law abiding citizens lol i aren't asking for criminal records to be deleted
Who does not know what the police have you on record?
I know everything they have on me even on Interpol records
Just for info - this applies to ALL organisations that hold or process your personal data. You’ll be entitled to request it, free of charge.

I don’t think this is a deal as such, but useful to know nonetheless.
I've found that I have four records of exposing my Moobs in our local shopping centre and car park.
Can't remember popping them out though so will need to dispute.
maffeycourt2 m ago

I've found that I have four records of exposing my Moobs in our local …I've found that I have four records of exposing my Moobs in our local shopping centre and car park.Can't remember popping them out though so will need to dispute.


Four moobs? That's udderly ridiculous.
Can you request for it to be removed in this case?
I know with private companies you can but not sure about the Police?
ScotBoy8 m ago

Four moobs? That's udderly ridiculous.


I'm heartbroken.
MonkeyMan902 h, 10 m ago

Can we request our information be deleted? obviously us law abiding …Can we request our information be deleted? obviously us law abiding citizens lol i aren't asking for criminal records to be deleted



Yes if they no longer need it for a legitimate reason. The GDPR introduces this "right to be forgotten".
I made a complaint about Gosafe Speed enforcement vans appearing outside a local school regularly on Saturday evenings and first thing Sunday mornings, asking (nicely-common sense) for the camera to be in place when there are actually "kids feet on the pavement" and at these obscure hours (locally) it was seen as a 'cash cow' and waste of resources at these times.

I received no reply from GoSafe, then a made a further complaint to GoSafe (after it happened again) this was referred back to the Police. The Police stated it was inconvenient for the GoSafe van operator to operate the camera within School hours and reserved the right to operate the camera at any time they pleased.

A month later I received a NIP ticket for 81mph from GoSafe (81mph is the minimum speed to receive a ticket) going through a HADECS 3 Camera on the M4 at 9.30pm, 21st June (clear evening - mid summer), with no speed restrictions in place.
i.e the Smart motorway signage was OFF/Blank, but the HADECS 3 was working 24/7 even when the signage was OFF.

I don't believe I was doing 85mph on the speedo, (81mph), as the car is set to alarm at 80mph and I never pass a smart motorway gantry at that speed, plus I wasn't in a hurry and had cruise control on, the motorway was clear and empty.
Interesting that HADECS (Highways Agency Digital Enforcement Camera System) is an accroymn of DE-CASH.

Just saying, make complaints about GoSafe/Police and you put your head above the parapet, expect to get shot.

It's an Orwellian World in which we now live.

Just to say, I believe my vehicle was ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) tagged, so the next time any indescretion occurred I was ticketed, I was effectively put under 'zero tolerance' ANPR tagging for making a complaint about use of Speed Cameras used to generate revenue.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 17th May
lucas3 h, 20 m ago

Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information …Surely without a criminal record they should be holding no information about you? Worrying how Orwellian our society has become



Subject Access Requests don't just apply to the police, it's every organisation. Some will hold information, some won't. If they hold none they will tell you that they hold none, if they do they will tell you unless an exemption applies.

If they do hold some it might be not be sinister - you could have been referred to in someone's witness statement, or your details could be in some document they have for evidence. It's not just information about your criminal activities but could potentially be a number of things.
waby123426 m ago

.I don’t think this is a deal as such, but useful to know nonetheless.


Agreed, since when were legal rights a "deal"?
Edited by: "thecynicalsaint" 17th May
thecynicalsaint1 h, 14 m ago

Agreed, since when were legal rights a "deal"?


Well a plea bargain sounds like a bargain to me.
thecynicalsaint1 h, 20 m ago

Agreed, since when were legal rights a "deal"?


its free nobody.
Edited by: "ssc1" 17th May
thecynicalsaint1 h, 22 m ago

Agreed, since when were legal rights a "deal"?



I know what you mean but something that did cost a tenner is now free.... so our rights have just become cheaper.... ha.
Love HUKD I do. I'd have never known about this if it wasn't for this site.
lucas4 h, 42 m ago

Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they …Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they took all my details from my drivers license without my permission which I later found out they had no right to do. I’m a white middle class male in his 30’s, I dread to think of the abuse of power they lord over young black men


Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative en.wikipedia.org/wik…dom
tightar5e17th May

I made a complaint about Gosafe Speed enforcement vans appearing outside a …I made a complaint about Gosafe Speed enforcement vans appearing outside a local school regularly on Saturday evenings and first thing Sunday mornings, asking (nicely-common sense) for the camera to be in place when there are actually "kids feet on the pavement" and at these obscure hours (locally) it was seen as a 'cash cow' and waste of resources at these times. I received no reply from GoSafe, then a made a further complaint to GoSafe (after it happened again) this was referred back to the Police. The Police stated it was inconvenient for the GoSafe van operator to operate the camera within School hours and reserved the right to operate the camera at any time they pleased.A month later I received a NIP ticket for 81mph from GoSafe (81mph is the minimum speed to receive a ticket) going through a HADECS 3 Camera on the M4 at 9.30pm, 21st June (clear evening - mid summer), with no speed restrictions in place. i.e the Smart motorway signage was OFF/Blank, but the HADECS 3 was working 24/7 even when the signage was OFF.I don't believe I was doing 85mph on the speedo, (81mph), as the car is set to alarm at 80mph and I never pass a smart motorway gantry at that speed, plus I wasn't in a hurry and had cruise control on, the motorway was clear and empty.Interesting that HADECS (Highways Agency Digital Enforcement Camera System) is an accroymn of DE-CASH.Just saying, make complaints about GoSafe/Police and you put your head above the parapet, expect to get shot.It's an Orwellian World in which we now live. Just to say, I believe my vehicle was ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) tagged, so the next time any indescretion occurred I was ticketed, I was effectively put under 'zero tolerance' ANPR tagging for making a complaint about use of Speed Cameras used to generate revenue.


Yawnnnn
i think somethings I don't wanna no 😁
tightar5e17th May

I made a complaint about Gosafe Speed enforcement vans appearing outside a …I made a complaint about Gosafe Speed enforcement vans appearing outside a local school regularly on Saturday evenings and first thing Sunday mornings, asking (nicely-common sense) for the camera to be in place when there are actually "kids feet on the pavement" and at these obscure hours (locally) it was seen as a 'cash cow' and waste of resources at these times. I received no reply from GoSafe, then a made a further complaint to GoSafe (after it happened again) this was referred back to the Police. The Police stated it was inconvenient for the GoSafe van operator to operate the camera within School hours and reserved the right to operate the camera at any time they pleased.A month later I received a NIP ticket for 81mph from GoSafe (81mph is the minimum speed to receive a ticket) going through a HADECS 3 Camera on the M4 at 9.30pm, 21st June (clear evening - mid summer), with no speed restrictions in place. i.e the Smart motorway signage was OFF/Blank, but the HADECS 3 was working 24/7 even when the signage was OFF.I don't believe I was doing 85mph on the speedo, (81mph), as the car is set to alarm at 80mph and I never pass a smart motorway gantry at that speed, plus I wasn't in a hurry and had cruise control on, the motorway was clear and empty.Interesting that HADECS (Highways Agency Digital Enforcement Camera System) is an accroymn of DE-CASH.Just saying, make complaints about GoSafe/Police and you put your head above the parapet, expect to get shot.It's an Orwellian World in which we now live. Just to say, I believe my vehicle was ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) tagged, so the next time any indescretion occurred I was ticketed, I was effectively put under 'zero tolerance' ANPR tagging for making a complaint about use of Speed Cameras used to generate revenue.


^Really, or was it that you were speeding and got caught?
Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative. 2.7% of the population are stopped and searched 14.6% of the time. Not biased at all
credington2 h, 37 m ago

Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative …Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race_and_crime_in_the_United_Kingdom


Yes it illustrates what the previous poster was alluding to, and it seems you unwitting backed it up with statistics

Plus it's never a good look to 'like' your own comments
F4STFORW4RD1 h, 38 m ago

Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative. 2.7% of the …Look at the facts before believing the mainstream narrative. 2.7% of the population are stopped and searched 14.6% of the time. Not biased at all


Look again. Those 2.7% represent 13.7% of the prison population Vs the 14.6% stop and search number - this is quite proportional. If you look at the same proportions for all races they more or less correlate (within 5% tolerance).
Edited by: "credington" 17th May
scallygally3 h, 0 m ago

Love HUKD I do. I'd have never known about this if it wasn't for this site.

Me too, lol. The things I learn on here!

The only times I have been involved with the police is;

My Husband's car was stolen - so technically I guess that would be him not me
One of the neighbours asked me to hand it some keys she found
I found a ring in the street and handed it in (before they decided that they wouldn't accept lost property under £400)
I am CRB checked to volunteer with the summer reading scheme
children for the library
That's about it really.

I'll still check though..........
credington49 m ago

Look again. Those 2.7% represent 13.7% of the prison population Vs the …Look again. Those 2.7% represent 13.7% of the prison population Vs the 14.6% stop and search number - this is quite proportional. If you look at the same proportions for all races they more or less correlate (within 5% tolerance).


Hmm, I wonder why that could be. Oh I know, it's probably because they get "randomly" stopped more.

If you've got two drug dealers, one is white and has a low chance of being stopped, one is black and has a high chance of being stopped which one do you think is going to get caught (and then sent to prison)? Answers on a postcard...

And that's not even getting into judicial prejudice which could lead to more convictions and stronger sentances.
thecynicalsaint5 h, 37 m ago

Yes if they no longer need it for a legitimate reason. The GDPR introduces …Yes if they no longer need it for a legitimate reason. The GDPR introduces this "right to be forgotten".



Thank you.
householdhorror24 m ago

Hmm, I wonder why that could be. Oh I know, it's probably because they get …Hmm, I wonder why that could be. Oh I know, it's probably because they get "randomly" stopped more.If you've got two drug dealers, one is white and has a low chance of being stopped, one is black and has a high chance of being stopped which one do you think is going to get caught (and then sent to prison)? Answers on a postcard...And that's not even getting into judicial prejudice which could lead to more convictions and stronger sentances.


You can look at it both ways, more criminals = more stoppings or more stoppings = more criminals. If you put your own prejudices aside the former reigns true but the narrative has been spun because there is much more to gain from fleecing and playing on the white guilt formula. Look at the statistics for crime in other countries with majority black populations for example.
This isn’t a deal, it’s simply the law with effect from 25 May 2018!
lisallm9 m ago

This isn’t a deal, it’s simply the law with effect from 25 May 2018!


Was £10 soon to be free. Posted under freebies if you cant be bothered to read.
lucas11 h, 23 m ago

Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they …Obviously but I got randomly stopped and searched a few years back, they took all my details from my drivers license without my permission which I later found out they had no right to do. I’m a white middle class male in his 30’s, I dread to think of the abuse of power they lord over young black men



So, you decided to be obstructive and didn't give your name for a PNC check and the officers had to resort to using your driving license ?
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