The Data Protection Act 1998 provides individuals with a right of access to information that we may hold about them, and sets out how personal data must be used. If you have queries about how we have used your data, you can find out who to contact on our Data Protection page.
The Subject Access provisions of the Data Protection Act give an individual the right, subject to certain exemptions, to have a copy of any personal data held about them. To make a local subject access request, visit the Subject Access Request page.
You may be eligible for the rectification and erasure of your records from Police systems
Should you wish to learn more about your information rights or how to make Information Rights Request please visit the Information Rights page.
To find out how to make an Information Rights Request click here.
Overseas visitor registration
If you’ve got an issue with speeding in your community, you can raise your concerns online.
Operation Spartan is a force-wide operation where officers and the public are encouraged to submit intelligence regarding instances of anti-social use of vehicles or poor driving.
A profile of information will be collated for the police to assess and act upon, to ensure guidance and advice can be provided to those who need it.