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Your rights

You have the right to request access to any personal information that you believe the force may hold about you and to be told what it is used for. 

You also have a right to be told about the kind of disclosures we may make, and the sources from which we obtain information. You are also entitled to have information corrected if it is wrong. 

There are some exceptions to your right of access. For example, you will not be given access to information that would identify a third party unless s/he has consented to the information being disclosed.

In addition, a Chief Officer may deny access to information in circumstances where the prevention or detection of crime, or the apprehension or prosecution of offenders would be prejudiced by the disclosure.