The Council has a series of data-sharing protocols under the Pan Grampian Agreement on data exchange with other public bodies, including the NHS, police and other local authorities. These include the exchange of data in areas such as child protection and antisocial behaviour. The minutes are prepared and managed by the legal services. A code of conduct for data sharing is available for staff on the Council`s intranet. Any agreement on the systematic exchange of information between different processing managers must be registered in the format of an information exchange agreement, whether or not there is a comprehensive declaration of intent. Appendix 44 – Moray Council Data Sharing Code of Practice (PDF) Appendix 45 – Grampian Data Sharing Partnership – Practitioners` Guide to Information Exchange 8.1.2 For more details on shared specific data, see the agreement on data sharing for generic aspects. 2.4 The partnership will work to continuously improve delivery standards, including the distribution of lessons learned from service delivery, to the extent relevant. 11.1 Each party agrees that no personal data should be disclosed for evaluation. 3.2 This agreement may be amended by each party`s mutual written consent at any time during the life of the agreement. The derogations from this agreement are agreed by each party (in writing) and no work is done until the principles governing labour financing have been adopted. In order to avoid any doubt, any derogation between the parties must be made in writing and amending this agreement.
An agreement on the exchange of information defines common decisions on the more contextual aspects of the exchange. If there is a comprehensive agreement between the parties on certain sections, it is best to avoid repetitions, which facilitates future revisions. This publication is granted under the terms of the open government licence v3.0, unless otherwise stated. To view this license, visit nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3 or write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 19.2 DWP undertakes to inform SM as soon as possible (within 3 working days) of all access rights of the persons concerned who request copies of THE SM data. If necessary, DWP will assist SM in processing applications in accordance with the requirements of the 2018 CCA and the RGPD. The application forms contain a data processing note. These are essentially legal forms imposed by the Scottish Government under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 or drawn up by the Westminster Government (DCMS) within the meaning of the European Services Directive. Licensing includes an additional and more comprehensive reference to data processing in the guidelines, as legal forms cannot be changed.
The licensing committee has a legal mandate to consult certain parties with respect to certain applications when they contain personal data of applicants. B such as name, address, date and place of birth, national insurance number, convictions. Depending on the nature of the request, the Commission is required to send copies of the application to certain designated partner agencies, for example. B police, NHS, Fire and Rescue or other Council departments, and in some cases the application must be publicly advertised (which could be on-site advertising and letters to nearby real estate). This gives everyone the opportunity to comment on the application. Therefore, two versions of each application are generated, one version of the computer and one public version. 17.1 For more details on those responsible for processing and the tasks and responsibilities of SM and DWP with respect to the sharing of personal data are included in the DSA Généric and [REDACTED] DSA.