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Which organisations will Nottinghamshire Police share my personal data with?

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Information held by us may be shared with other organisations where this is necessary for a policing purpose, for example information is shared

  • with Criminal Justice systems as part of the pre-charge and post-charge processes, for example, prosecuting someone through the courts
  • when working with partner agencies to reduce crime and disorder, and anti social behaviour, as required by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998
  • with the Criminal Records Bureau which provides information to organisations in order to enable them to make safer recruitment decisions by identifying potential candidates who may be unsuitable to work with children or other vulnerable members of society
  • with other professional and regulatory bodies
  • where specifically required to do so by statute or by the order of a court

We will also share information with partner agencies when the information is required to enable them to carry out their statutory responsibilities or where it is necessary to prevent harm to an individual or others.

Any disclosure of personal information is carefully considered in accordance with legislation, policy and/or information sharing agreements.

We may use your personal information to analyse our performance and effectiveness. It might be necessary for us, or third parties we deem appropriate and fully approved, to contact you and ask you to assist us in this analysis. This is in order that we gather information about the service we are providing to the public and use this to identify ways of improving that service wherever we can.