Subject Access Requests made in 2020 – compliance, delays and DPA 2018 breaches

SJA Grove (Ataliwyd y cyfrif) made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to South Ayrshire Council

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SJA Grove (Ataliwyd y cyfrif)

Dear South Ayrshire Council,

Under FOISA 2002 please provide the following information recorded on your systems relating to Data Protection Act 2018 Subject Access Requests received by the council in the period 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020 i.e. all of the year 2020.

1. The total number of Subject Access Requests that were responded to in the statutory 30 day time limit.
2. The total number of Subject Access Requests that were responded to after the statutory 30 day time limit but within three (3) months, with the delay being either a lawful exemption (under the Data Protection Act 2018) being applied or the Data Protection Act 2018 being breached.
3. The total number of Subject Access Requests that had not been responded to after the three (3) months time limit, with the delay being either a lawful exemption being applied or the Data Protection Act 2018 being breached.

Yours faithfully,

SJA Grove

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FOI,, South Ayrshire Council

Good afternoon

 

Thank you for your recent enquiry which was given the above reference
number.

 

1. The total number of Subject Access Requests that were responded to in
the statutory 30 day time limit.

33

 

2. The total number of Subject Access Requests that were responded to
after the statutory 30 day time limit but within three (3) months, with
the delay being either a lawful exemption (under the Data Protection Act
2018) being applied or the Data Protection Act 2018 being breached.

26

 

3. The total number of Subject Access Requests that had not been responded
to after the three (3) months time limit, with the delay being either a
lawful exemption being applied or the Data Protection Act 2018 being
breached.

5

 

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Kind regards

Andrew

 

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| County Buildings, Wellington Square, Ayr, KA7 1DR |
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