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Community Safety Partnership privacy notice

Community Safety Partnership privacy notice

This privacy notice explains what information the council needs in order to deliver the community safety partnership.

In order to provide this service, it is necessary for the council to collect, store and process personal data relating to victims, perpetrators, witnesses and any other related individuals. 

Safeguards are in place to ensure that this data is kept secure and the privacy of individuals is protected.

Who is responsible for your information?

Chesterfield Borough Council is the data controller for the personal information collected.

Antisocial behaviour and noise nuisance

Purposes of processing your personal data

This processing includes records of antisocial behaviour reports, calls for service, noise nuisance reports with an antisocial behaviour angle and identified hot spots. The purpose of this processing is to reduce crime and disorder. This is a statutory duty under the Crime and Disorder Act 2014.

Processing of sensitive personal data is necessary to identify potential instances of hate crimes.

Categories of personal data and lawful basis

In order to provide this service, we may need to process some or all of the following categories of personal information:

  • contact details
  • age
  • criminal convictions.

Under data protection legislation, processing of this data is allowed because we have a statutory duty to reduce crime and disorder.

Categories of sensitive personal data and lawful basis

In order to provide this service, we may need to process some or all of the following categories of sensitive personal information:

  • health data
  • ethnicity
  • sexual orientation
  • religion.

Under data protection legislation, processing of your information is allowed because it is for reasons of substantial public interest.

Who we share your personal data with

We will share the information we collect with following agencies where appropriate:

  • police
  • social services
  • fire service
  • other relevant support agencies.

A Derbyshire-wide data sharing agreement and platform is in place to ensure this information is kept confidential and secure. This data sharing is a legal obligation imposed by The Crime and Disorder Regulations 2007 and Prescribed Information Regulations 2007 No.1831 (England and Wales) ‘Information Sharing Regulations’.

Noise nuisance reports may also be shared with the council’s environmental health team where appropriate. 

Further information

Please get in touch if you would like more information about how the council processes your personal data:


Last updated on 24 May 2018