Data Protection Officer & Data Subject Requests

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Dear North Yorkshire Police,

Please can you provide the answers and statistics for the following questions in relation to Data Subject Access Requests made to the organisation for each calendar year between the 1st January 2018 to 25th August 2020 inclusive

1. How many Data Subject Access Request have been made to the force broken down by;
a. Requests made by the Data Subject themselves
b. Request made by a third-party on behalf of the Data Subject

2. How many requests were rejected and the broad reasons for those rejections

3. How many requests were responded to in full or in part, and for each of these;
o Whether the response was within one, two, three or longer calendar months after the valid request was received;
and where responded to outside of one calendar month;
• Whether the requestor was notified within the first calendar month of the delay to the response
• The broad categories for the delay in responding within the first calendar month

4. How many requests excluded the provision of personal data held which was later used or otherwise disclosed to the Data Subject (or a representative) for another reason, for example in evidence.

In addition to the above, please could you provide details of;
• The Name, Job Title, and Rank and Badge Number (if applicable) of the individual holding the role of Data Protection Officer for the organisation;
• If that individual has any other duties, what (in general) those duties are.
• What “professional qualities and, in particular, expert knowledge of data protection law and practices” (if any) are held by that individual in accordance with Article 35(5) of the GDPR
• If DPO the role holder is a Shared Resource, which other organisations are served by that DPO.
• How many people you have working within your Data Protection Compliance team.

Yours faithfully,

Mike Kilby

Buckton, Chris, North Yorkshire Police

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Dear Applicant,

 

Please find attached a reply to your Freedom of Information request
(0450.2020-21). 

 

Regards

Chris Buckton

Collar Number 4338

Legal Officer – North Yorkshire Police, Civil Disclosure Unit

Evolve Legal Services

 

Evolve Legal Services is a collaboration delivering professional services
on behalf of the Chief Constable and elected Commissioners of Cleveland
Police, Durham Constabulary and North Yorkshire Police.

 

Joint Corporate Legal Services, North Yorkshire Police HQ, Alverton Court,
Crosby Road, Northallerton DL6 1BF

DX 68810 Northallerton 2

 

Civil Disclosure Direct Dial: 01609 643526

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Dear Mr Buckton,

Thank you for your correspondence and the NPCC link which is most useful but unfortunately only covers a mere six months from September 2019 to Feb 2020.

Please accept this reply as a request to revise the parameters of the request as allowed for under the Freedom of Information Act.

Please can you provide simply the the number of SAR's received by your organisation in 2018, 2019 and 2020 to date and how many of those were responded to within 1 month, 2 months, 3 months or longer, along with the details requested regarding your DPO, their qualifications, job title, if they are shared with any other organisation, and the number of staff supporting them.

As a Data Protection Practitioner, the above is what I would expect you to be able to produce as a matter of course in order to inform your DPO of department performance, and be able to fulfil your accountability obligations under the GDPR.

Should the above still exceed any time/cost limitations, please respond providing the latest data first up until the point that your time/cost limits are reached.

Yours sincerely,

Mike Kilby

Williams, Caroline, North Yorkshire Police

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Dear Mr Kilby,

 

Please find attached a reply to your Freedom of Information request
504.2020-21.

 

Regards

 

Caroline Williams

Legal Officer (Civil Disclosure)

T/Team Leader

North Yorkshire Police

Collar Number 5982

Committed to the Code of Ethics

 

Evolve Legal Services

 

Evolve Legal Services is a collaboration delivering professional services
on behalf of the Chief Constable and elected Commissioners of Cleveland
Police, Durham Constabulary and North Yorkshire Police.

 

Joint Corporate Legal Services, North Yorkshire Police HQ, Alverton Court,
Crosby Road, Northallerton DL6 1BF

DX 68810 Northallerton 2

 

Dial 101, press option 2 and ask for me by my full name or collar number. 
If using my collar number, please state each number individually.

 

[1]www.northyorkshire.police.uk

 

 

 

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PRIVILEGE - PLEASE DO NOT DISCLOSE THE CONTENT TO ANYONE ELSE WITHOUT
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