Dear Her Majesty’s Courts and the Tribunals Service,
Please supply any correspondence sent from yourselves to me at either of the addresses stated below between the dates of 1.1.2013 to 11.7.2017.
7 Wilkinson Avenue
4 Lower Kenyon Street
SUBJECT: Subject Access Request
Thank you for your email below in which you asked for information from the
Ministry of Justice (MoJ).
Your request has been handled in line with the Data Protection Act (DPA)
as a Subject Access Request (SAR) for your personal information.
1. What information is required by the Ministry of Justice to process a
SAR request under the DPA?
§ a £10 fee,
§ two types of personal identification and
§ a location for us to conduct a search for your personal information
(for example a particular court or tribunal)
2. What information you still need to provide:
In order for us to process your request we require the following from you:
+ A £10 fee
The MoJ charges a fee of £10 for this service in line with the provisions
of the DPA. The fee can be paid by either cheque or postal order and
should be made payable to ‘Her Majesty’s Paymaster General’ or ‘HMPG’ –
please do not send cash – this will be returned to you.
+ Proof of Identity
Proof of identity can be confirmed by providing a copy of a recent utility
bill and a copy of the photograph page of your passport or driving
licence. Please do not send originals.
+ Search Location
The Ministry of Justice is a large department and it is not possible to
conduct a search of every MoJ location for your personal information.
Therefore, please identify the areas of the department you wish for us to
conduct a search, for example a specific court, tribunal or prison
+ Contact Address
Please provide an alternate contact address (e.g. a personal e-mail or
3. What Next?
Please send all required documentation to the address below. Please note,
if only ID is being supplied this can be scanned and sent via email.
The Disclosure Team
Ministry of Justice 10.38
102 Petty France
On receipt of all the information required from you, detailed in point 2
above, the MoJ must comply with your request within 40 calendar days.
The Disclosure Team
Data Protection Act - How to Appeal
If you are not satisfied with this response you have the right to apply to
the Information Commissioner’s Office. The Commissioner is an independent
regulator who has the power to direct us to respond to your request
differently, if he considers that we have handled it incorrectly.
You can contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at the following
Information Commissioner’s Office,
Internet address: https://www.ico.org.uk/Global/contact_us
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