The revised Data Protection Act 2018 includes a number of information rights for data subjects. Further information on what rights you have under the Data Protection Act 201? Can be found here.
You can make an Information Rights Request, which includes asking what data South Yorkshire Police hold on you, Right of Access, in the following ways:
Please send your request, using the form attached at the bottom of this page to us in one of the following ways;
or write to us at:
South Yorkshire Police
Carbrook Hall Road
England S9 2EG
Fee - From 25th May 2018 all Information Rights requests will be free of charge, unless they are considered as manifestly unfounded or excessive. We will write to you and advise you if this is the case.
Further information on what rights you have under the Data Protection Act 201? Can be found here.
Proof of Identity - We may require you to prove your identity before we commence your Information Rights Request. It may save time if you provide identity documents with your request, if not we will write to you and advise you if this is the case.
The Information you Require - To ensure we meet your Information Right, please be clear about which Right you are contacting us about and what information you require.
Information Rights Requests are not intended to be used for employment vetting purposes.