If you have witnessed crime, reported it, been the victim of it, or have been associated with anyone who may have committed crime then the chances are the police hold something on you…
It makes no difference if you have a criminal record or not. The police retain data on ANYONE they deem relevant.
Sadly, almost all of us at some point in our lives may find our name and personal details buried somewhere within a police database, scribbled into notebooks or mentioned over the airwaves.
Very little information the police process is factual and accurate. It’s often used unfairly to criminalize vast swathes of the general public. Passed onto third parties, potential employees and outside agencies – who – just like the police, will use it to build up an unfair picture of you.
You have a right to obtain a copy of almost ANY document or dataset that the police may hold on you. But how can you request that data when you don’t know what it is that they are storing?…
‘WHAT DO THE POLICE HAVE ON YOU’ reveals in depth all the different types of data that the police collect and process. Records, notes, files, computer data, personal identifiers. You will be amazed at just how much data the police store and you can obtain, what the information is used for and how it can be used against you.
You have a right to see a copy of everything the police have on you…
…And most importantly – where this data is excessive, out-dated or just plain wrong – you have a right to demand it be amended or even deleted.
Much of the information you read here you will not find online. The police most certainly don’t want you to know it, solicitors regard it as some kind of trade secret and those government agencies whose job it is to assist the public in accessing their data are as ineffective as they are indifferent..
If you have had any dealings whatsoever with the police in the past 6 years then we would urge you to find out what information they are processing in your name.
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