Why we use your data
We use your data:
- to answer Freedom of Information & Data Protection requests and complaints.
- to monitor Regulation of Investigatory Powers (RIPA) authorisations.
- to provide a land charges service.
- to manage legal cases
- for equality monitoring
Why we can use your data
We can use your data if it is a legal obligation or public task under various UK laws including but not limited to:
- The Freedom of Information Act 2000
- The Data Protection Act 1998
- The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000,
- The Local Land Charges Act of 1975 and Rules of 1977
- The Equality Act 2010; and
- The following areas of law / common law:
- Adult Social Care
- Local Government
- Judicial Review
Who we can share your data with
We can share your data with:
- national regulators such as the Information Commissioner’s Office, Investigatory Powers Commissioner
- courts, judges, Crown Prosecution Service, Employment Tribunals
- legal representatives of other parties
- expert witnesses
- the police and other crime enforcement agencies.
- other public authorities such as schools, NHS, councils, government departments such as HMRC, DWP, Immigration
- Land Registry
- debt collectors
- union representatives (with consent).
- local archives office
- elected members & MPs (as your representative)
- contractors providing IT services
When computers make any decisions about you
When your data gets sent to other countries