ASB Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice – Crime, Disorder, Antisocial Behaviour and Crime Prevention

1. Identity of the Data Controller and contact details
Rushmoor Borough Council is the data controller for the personal information you provide. You can contact the Council by phone on 01252 398220, via email to or by writing to us at Council Offices, Farnborough Road, Farnborough GU14 7JU. You can contact the Council’s Data Protection Officer at

2. What we need your information for and the legal basis for it
We need you/your child’s personal information to carry out investigations/interventions into crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour or provide crime prevention advice. The law allows us to use your personal information in this way as tackling crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour is a public task of Rushmoor Borough Council, as per the Crime and Disorder Act 1998 and Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

3. Use for any other purposes
If we need to use your information for any other purpose, we will normally inform you before using it, unless we believe you know about the new purpose already or there are legal reasons that prevent us from telling you.

4. Will you pass my information to anyone else?
We may share your information with other teams within the Council such as Housing, Environmental Health, and Waste Management in order to provide our services, carry out our public tasks and to keep our records up to date. If you ask a Councillor for help we may pass information to them and other services to enable them to help you.

We may also pass information about you to third parties where permitted or required by law to do so. This may include other local authorities and government departments or agencies carrying out their public tasks, such as the Police in carrying out investigations.

5. How we will store and look after your information
Your data will be held electronically and will not be stored in a country outside the UK. All paper records containing your personal information will be held securely in our filing systems and archives.

6. How long we will retain your information
We will normally keep your details for a period of 6 months after any investigation has been completed or for as long as we are required to do so by law, or in accordance with our operational requirements (e.g. pending court action). For further information on our policy for retaining personal information, see our retention guidelines.

7. Your rights concerning your information
The General Data Protection Regulation gives you a number of rights concerning your personal information. See the list below. Not all rights apply in every case – it will depend on the legal basis for collecting your information and how we use it.

• The right to be informed • The right to restrict processing
• The right of access • The right to data portability
• The right to rectification • The right to object
• Rights related to automated decision making, including profiling • The right to erasure

Further details on these rights can be found on our website

8. Right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office
If you are not happy with the way the Council is handling your personal information you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner’s Office. (ICO).

You will find details of how to do so on the ICO website at or by phoning their helpline on 0303 123 1113.

9. Why we need your information and the consequences of not providing it
We need your information to investigate complaint(s) of crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour or to provide crime prevention advice. If you do not provide this information any investigation may be partially or wholly compromised or we may not be able to offer you crime prevention advice or services.