In this section, you will find details of your right to access the information that North Yorkshire Police holds.
If you are looking for specific published information, use the search facility and click the FOI tab to see filtered results.
The Audit Commission Act affords a right of inspection of "books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts" relating to accounts currently open for inspection.
The Business Interest Register provides information in relation to business interests and secondary occupations held by members of North Yorkshire Police.
A scheme running in this area gives members of the public a formal mechanism to make enquiries about individuals who are in contact with children.
The Data Protection Act 1998 came into effect in March 2000 and provides individuals with a right of access to information that we may hold about them.
You may be eligible to apply for the deletion of records from the Police National Computer (PNC), National Fingerprint Database (IDENT1) and the National DNA Database (NDNAD) under the 'Record Deletion Process'.
The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), an Executive Agency of the Home Office, provides wider access to criminal record information through its disclosure service.
Information about the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme, also referred to as Clare's Law, which was introduced to allow the police to disclose information to help protect people at risk from violent partners.
We publish the results of random, routine and pre-employment drug and alcohol tests for police officers and staff on an annual basis.
We recognise that there are many opportunities to improve our sustainability and reduce our impact on the environment.
We publish individual payments to suppliers with a value over £500, with the aim of improving openness and transparency.
One outcome from the Winsor review of 2011-2012 was that police forces should publish details of the use of first class rail travel.
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) gives individuals the right of access to all information we hold, subject to a range of exemptions.
We offer a fingerprint taking service for people whose fingerprints are required for overseas visa or security applications.
All offers of gifts, gratuities or hospitality that meet the criteria for recording must be recorded in the Register of Gifts, Gratuities and Hospitality, which is published online.
We publish details of gross misconduct allegations and outcomes against North Yorkshire Police officers and staff.
We take great care to ensure that personal information is handled appropriately in order to secure and maintain individuals' trust and confidence in the force.
Having committed an act which constitutes an offence in law, and where a decision to take no further action has been made, a child will still have an offence recorded against him/her on the North Yorkshire Police crime recording system. This is not a conviction and will not automatically be disclosed as part of any future police checks.
Individuals in some circumstances may require evidence from the police in support of an application for civil legal aid. The Civil Disclosure Unit is responsible for processing these requests.
The Protection of Freedoms Bill gained royal assent on 1 May 2012, becoming the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012.
We have a publication scheme, approved by the Information Commissioner, setting out the information we make routinely available.
North Yorkshire Police publishes street-level crime, anti-social behaviour (ASB) and local policing information via www.police.uk.