General Data Protection Regulations
Data Subject Access Request
Felpham Parish Council takes your data privacy seriously. We are registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner who maintains a public register of data controllers. To find out what processing of personal data is being carried out by us visit https://ico.org.uk/esdwebpages/search and input the name of our Council.
If you wish to find out what information the Council holds about you please contact us providing your contact details, a brief description of the information you require and enclose proof of your identity. This could be a scanned copy of a household bill, passport or membership card.
You will receive a response to your request within 20 days.
Please send your request to - Contact Us
We have appointed the services of an external DPO - Maureen Chaffe of Processmatters2 who can be contacted at email@example.com
If you wish to view CCTV footage, please follow the steps below in order to make your request:
CCTV footage is only held for 14 days, so please make your request as soon as possible.
Please provide us with detailed information, such as location, time, and details of what incident you are trying to view. This will enable us to locate and save the footage most relevant to you. Once secured, we will provide you with a reference number for the footage.
We have one calendar month to provide you with the information or to state why we cannot do so.
If you are not the only person in the footage, we will only release CCTV footage to you directly if we don't have any privacy concerns.
These concerns will be because one or more of the following apply:
If there are other people in the footage and we have privacy concerns, we will not be able to release the footage to you directly.
If we cannot release the footage to you directly, the Police or your insurance company have powers to request this information on your behalf, and we may be able to release it to them instead.
Upon receipt of your request an authorised person will locate the footage and secure a copy to ensure that it is not overwritten.