If you honestly believe the police maxim: “If you’ve got nothing to hide, you’ve got nothing to fear” then it’s time to take a look at your police file. Because the chances are that right now, somewhere among the multitude of paper files and hard drives that the police maintain, your name has been mentioned.
Left unchecked, that information could damage your chances of employment, be used as an excuse to begin an investigation into your affairs or be forwarded onto any one of the numerous government agencies the police share their information with.
And if you think you have to be a criminal before the police will collect data on you, then understand this: the police will gather data on almost anyone they come into contact with…
…Witnesses to crime, friends and neighbours of criminals, activists, complainants, people they chat with on the street and most significantly of all anyone who has been on the end of a malicious report or wrongful allegation.
Too much of the data the police hold is excessive and inaccurate, and used unfairly to criminalize vast swathes of the general public without many of them ever having done anything wrong or knowing such data exists.
“Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data” tells you how to dig out the information the police may be holding on you, where that information may be stored and the various legal processes you can use to have that information destroyed.
- How to make a full subject access request for all of your personal information from the Police
- Everything you need to know on making criminal record checks
- How to prevent an employer from obtaining information you don’t want them to see
- Legal ways of having police information destroyed
- How to get harassment warnings removed
- How to use Freedom of Information to get the police to answer your questions
- Subject Access letter template
- The e-mail addresses of every police subject access and FOI department in the UK
Purchase ‘Uncovering Your Hidden Police Data‘ today for just £3.50 and you will get a copy of ‘What Do the Police Have On You‘ absolutely FREE
A guide to everything the police may be storing against your name that you can demand to see, including:
- Police noteboooks
- Radio traffic
- Police station CCTV
- Body worn video
- Intelligence files
- Investigation files
- Police phone calls
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