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The Data Protection legislation provides you with a right to ask for a copy of personal data held about you, unless certain exemptions apply. This is known as 'subject access.'
The process below will advise you on how to access personal data held about you such as:
The Freedom of Information Act gives the public greater access to information, ensuring an open and transparent public authority with greater accountability.
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Police have charged a teenager in connection with drug offences in Great Yarmouth.
Officers attended an address in Albert Square at 3.30pm on Thursday 31 May and seized a large quantity of cash, along with four mobile phones.
A man who has been missing from Carbrooke has been found.
Craig Pelham, aged 43 and of Northolt Road in Carbrooke, was last seen cycling along Norwich Road in Watton at approximately 3.30pm on Sunday 21 May and failed to return home in the evening.
Police in Norfolk and Suffolk will be targeting motorists who drive under the influence of drink or drugs as part of a month-long campaign.
The campaign, which starts today (Monday 4 June) and lasts until 30 June and will see officers from both counties testing drivers who commit various offences and all drivers involved in a collision.
Fraud can be committed in a number of ways. Read more about the support that is available to you.
For enquiries linked to a Fixed Penalty Notice, including: Traffic Offence Reports offences, Vehicle Defect Rectification Scheme tickets and HORTs.
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