Barriers to full disclosure with FOI enquiry or SAR

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Scottish Police Services Authority,

How do I lift barriers like "exempt" "NCND" Not confirm not deny and "High risk" to obtain the FULL data held on my name and Nino when doing FOI enquiries or SAR Subject Access Requests?
For data filed and blocked 3 ways as described, which were slanderous malicious and fabricated can the authority or data base officer refuse full disclosure to escape being exposed for data entries that constitute malicious slander, libel and fabrications that obstruct justice?

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

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Davie, Lindsey,

Dear Ms Iatridou

I refer to your Freedom of Information request below replicated below.

I would be grateful for further clarification in this respect. Could you
confirm if you are making a formal complaint or request for review in
terms of either a subject access request in terms of the Data Protection
Act 1998 or a response received in respect of an FOI request to the
Scottish Police Services Authority?

Regards

Lindsey Davie

How do I lift barriers like "exempt" "NCND" Not confirm not deny

and "High risk" to obtain the FULL data held on my name and Nino

when doing FOI enquiries or SAR Subject Access Requests?

For data filed and blocked 3 ways as described, which were

slanderous malicious and fabricated can the authority or data base

officer refuse full disclosure to escape being exposed for data

entries that constitute malicious slander, libel and fabrications

that obstruct justice?

Yours faithfully,

Joanna Iatridou

Lindsey Davie

Senior Compliance Officer

Scottish Police Services Authority

Elphinstone House

65 West Regent Street

Glasgow G2 2AF

Tel. 0141 585 8408

Mob. 07702141171

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Davie Lindsey,

on your question "Could you
confirm if you are making a formal complaint or request for review in terms of either a subject access request in terms of the Data Protection
Act 1998 or a response received in respect of an FOI request to the Scottish Police Services Authority?"
This is not a complaint at this stage, it is not a request for review of a SAR. I had placed the same question(25/3) to the Ministry of Justice: MoJ classified my question as Enquiry on the Application of FOIs and SAR legislation re. disclosure. You can read their reply(15/4) which in brief says that data can be filed and processed under a persons name for the detection/prevention of crime or terrorism. These data may not in some cases be released to the subject/applicant, but the subject can then ask for internal review and locate notify the data controller asking for a stop to this data processing if it causes unwarranted damage and distress, such as extra judicial revenge,when data processed for the prevention of imaginary future crimes had been worded as heinous suspicions in an alarming or alert presentation being sent around.

So the MoJ is aware that data controllers can process data in a fair or damaging manner concerning a subject targeted with heinous suspicions planted by CHIS and MoJ says that this can be addressed and that data controllers can be located and notified.

Therefore the next question is: Police has a wide range of databases:crimint plus, INI, National Police Computer,visor and many more. On the application of SAR procedure does the subject need one SAR for each database? or one SAR for all Police held data? or one SAR for Scotland, another for London and another for Thames valley and another for Surrey (for example-based on residence relocations).This becomes necessary as suspicion/alerts-alarms can be filed even when the subject has no criminal record or any convictions/cautions etc depending on how much harm a CHIS wants to do to a person and what if the subject is not aware of the names of all databases being operated with his name in it? My enquiry is about the mechanics and procedures of placing SARs with the Police authorities.

Yours sincerely,

Joanna Iatridou

Joanna Iatridou

Dear Davie, Lindsey,
I sent you a clarification. My question is about the practical application of the DPA.

Yours sincerely,

Joanna Iatridou

Davie, Lindsey,

Dear Ms Iatridou

Please note that a response was issued earlier this week by email. Did
you not receive that response or are you requesting a review?

Regards

Lindsey

Lindsey Davie
Senior Compliance Officer
Scottish Police Services Authority
Elphinstone House
65 West Regent Street
Glasgow G2 2AF

Tel. 0141 585 8408
Mob. 07702141171

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Joanna Iatridou

Dear Davie Lindsey,

Nothing was received from your services in my email, at all.Best thing is to publish the response you had emailed me here on this site to keep all Q&A centralised.

Thanks

Yours sincerely,

Joanna Iatridou

Davie, Lindsey,

Joanna

The email as sent from our GMX email account. In line with FOI
requirements I shall re-send to yourself, as the applicant, again.

Regards

Lindsey

Lindsey Davie
Senior Compliance Officer
Scottish Police Services Authority
Elphinstone House
65 West Regent Street
Glasgow G2 2AF

Tel. 0141 585 8408
Mob. 07702141171

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