Single View of the Citizen system - legal details

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Dear Brent Borough Council,

This is a Freedom of Information request about the Single View of the Citizen / Residents Index and refers to the information released in this FOI 18 May 2017
Ref: 7400697 :

Single View of the Citizen system - role based access

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/4...

Please can you provide the following:

1. A copy of any assessment of the compatibility of the profiling function with the Convention on Human Rights.

2. A copy of the internal data sharing agreement.

3. A copy of each agreement signed by a user when assigned to a role.

4. A list of all the access rights assigned to each officer who is authorised to use the system.

5. A copy of the Data Protection Good Practice Note.

6. A copy of any privacy impact assessment that was completed prior to the access rights being assigned.

7. A copy of any document showing that the sharing of sensitive and personal data within the Single View of the Citizen / Residents Index has been assessed against this Supreme Court Judgment:

The Christian Institute and others (Appellants) v The Lord Advocate (Respondent) (Scotland)

https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/u...

I.e.: Para 48. It follows from those conditions that, prior to the entry into force of the 2014 Act, a data controller in Scotland can disclose information about a child or young person without her consent (assuming, in the case of a statutory body, that the disclosure is otherwise within its powers), if the disclosure is necessary to protect her vital interests (condition 4), a test which requires more than that it is likely to benefit her wellbeing; or if the disclosure is necessary for the exercise of a statutory function (condition 5(b)), but not merely because it considers that the information is likely to be relevant to the exercise of that function. The data controller is also, of course, obliged to comply with the other data protection principles so far as relevant, and with any requirements arising from Part II of Schedule 1. In particular, it is required to comply with the third data protection principle, in terms of which personal data must be relevant (and not merely considered by the data controller to be likely to be relevant) in relation to the purpose or purposes for which they are processed.

Yours faithfully,

T.L. Jones

Irene Bremang,

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Our reference: 7527799

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Brent Council
Brent Civic Centre
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Raj Seedher,

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Our reference: 7527799

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Dear Sir/Madam
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 23 May
2017, as follows:
Please can you provide the following:

1. A copy of any assessment of the compatibility of the profiling function
with the Convention on Human Rights.

2. A copy of the internal data sharing agreement.

3. A copy of each agreement signed by a user when assigned to a role.

4. A list of all the access rights assigned to each officer who is
authorised to use the system.

5. A copy of the Data Protection Good Practice Note.

6. A copy of any privacy impact assessment that was completed prior to the
access rights being assigned.

7. A copy of any document showing that the sharing of sensitive and
personal data within the Single View of the Citizen / Residents Index has
been assessed against this Supreme Court Judgment:

The Christian Institute and others (Appellants) v The Lord Advocate
(Respondent) (Scotland)

https://www.supremecourt.uk/cases/docs/u...

I.e.: Para 48. It follows from those conditions that, prior to the entry
into force of the 2014 Act, a data controller in Scotland can disclose
information about a child or young person without her consent (assuming,
in the case of a statutory body, that the disclosure is otherwise within
its powers), if the disclosure is necessary to protect her vital interests
(condition 4), a test which requires more than that it is likely to
benefit her wellbeing; or if the disclosure is necessary for the exercise
of a statutory function (condition 5(b)), but not merely because it
considers that the information is likely to be relevant to the exercise of
that function. The data controller is also, of course, obliged to comply
with the other data protection principles so far as relevant, and with any
requirements arising from Part II of Schedule 1. In particular, it is
required to comply with the third data protection principle, in terms of
which personal data must be relevant (and not merely considered by the
data controller to be likely to be relevant) in relation to the purpose or
purposes for which they are processed.

Yours faithfully,

T.L. Jones
 
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Yours faithfully
 
 
Raj Seedher
[email address]
 
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Raj Seedher,

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Our reference: 7527799

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Dear Sir/Madam
 
Thank you for your request for information received on 23 May 2017.
 
Please find attached our response to your request.
 
Yours faithfully
 
 
Raj Seedher
[email address]
 
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