Last updated: 19 May 2023
The Council's data protection policy can be found at the following link: Data Protection Policy
The Council's corporate privacy notice can be found at the following link: Corporate Privacy Notice
The Council's Surveillance procedures policy (covering Directed Surveillance, Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS), Communications Data & NonRIPA surveillance) can be found at the following link: Surveillance Procedures Policy
The Council's Data Protection Officer, Simon Mansell, may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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