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Your Right to Information

Information we publish about our work

In order to comply with the Freedom of Information Act 2000, public sector organisations such as ours have to routinely publish information whenever possible.  We do this through our Publication Scheme.

The purpose of this scheme is to make the maximum amount of information easily available to the public to explain the work undertaken by the Commissioner and their office, how finances are spent, what policies and procedures we follow and how decisions are made.

Go to the Publication Scheme

We publish a log of the information we have provided in response to Freedom of Information requests.

Go the FOI Disclosure Log

If you are unable to find the information you require in our Publication Scheme, through our FOI Disclosure logs or elsewhere on our website, you can make a request under the Freedom of Information Act legislation.  Find out more about your right to information and how you can make a request on our Freedom of Information page.

Go to the Freedom of Information page

Information we may hold about you

Data Protection gives individuals certain rights. It also says those who record and use personal information musts be open about how the information is used.

Section 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998 provides you with a right of access to any of your personal data (information about yourself) that is held by any organisation.

Find out more about how we handle personal information and how you can request information we may hold about you.

Go to our Personal Data page