Prosecution Data Regulation (2015:575)

Original Language Title: Åklagardataförordning (2015:575)

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Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2015:575

/Entry into force: 01/01/2016

paragraph 1 of this regulation, see supplementary regulations concerning the processing of personal data within the scope of prosecution data law (2015:433). Concepts and terms used in this regulation have the same meaning and scope of the Act.



Access to personal data



section 2 of the public prosecutor's Office may, after giving the economic crime authority the opportunity to comment, the methods of access to personal data of persons involved in the prosecution. For the assignment of permissions for access to personal information, it shall in particular be taken into account that, in addition to the need for information, education and experience requirements.



section 3 of the public prosecutor's Office and the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau is responsible for it within their own authority procedures for assigning, modification, removal and regular monitoring of permissions for access to personal information.



Disclosure of personal information



section 4 of the public prosecutor's Office and the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau, please provide information on legal persons to the tax office if the information is required there for law enforcement activities.



section 5 of the public prosecutor's Office and the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau may, if it is compatible with Swedish interests, provide personal data processed pursuant to Chapter 2. paragraph 5 of the law on Prosecutor's Office data (2015:433) to a foreign authority, an EU body or an international organisation, if necessary, to the recipient of the data to prevention, detection, investigation or prosecution of criminal offences.



Electronic disclosure of personal data



section 6 of the public prosecutor's Office may, after giving the economic crime authority the opportunity to comment, communicate the details of the extent of direct access and what is required in terms of permissions and security in order to directly access information are to be granted the authorities referred to in Chapter 3. section 8 prosecution data law (2015:433).



Direct access to the data shall not be granted before the authority decides whether to directly access is satisfied that the receiving authority meets the requirements on competence and safety.



7 § Limitation in Chapter 2. section 16 of the public prosecution data law (2015:433) does not apply to those authorities who may have direct access under Chapter 3. section 8 of that act in respect of personal information that has been made jointly available.



section 8, unless it is inappropriate, more personal information than provided in Chapter 2. section 16 of the public prosecution data law (2015:433) disclosed on the medium of automated processing to:



1. General courts and the General administrative courts,



2. a trustee,



3. The Attorney General,



4. The National Council for crime prevention, 5. a public defender or a counsel or treated as such, and



6. a foreign authority, an agency of the European Union or an international organization, if the information is required for its law enforcement activities.



Data may not be disclosed to the media for automated treatment if it can be assumed that disclosure would cause the task can be processed in violation of the personal data Act (1998:204).



Retention and deletion



Digital archiving



§ 9 When the Prosecutor's Office, or ekobrottsmyndigheten archive particulars and documents digitally, the archived data and documents be separated from the Agency's operational activities. Access to archived data and documents should be limited to specified officials.



The Prosecutor's Office may, after giving the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau and the national archives an opportunity to comment, notify the details relating to the digital archiving.



Exemptions from screening



section 10 of the national archives may, after giving the Prosecutor's Office and the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau to submit, provide that data to screen according to Chapter 2.

the third paragraph of section 10 of the prosecution data law (2015:433) may be kept for historical, statistical or scientific purposes.



Other provisions



section 11 of the public prosecutor's Office may, after giving the economic crime authority the opportunity to comment, the additional requirements necessary for the enforcement of public prosecution data law (2015:433) and this regulation.



section 12 Before the Prosecutor's Office announces the rules under this regulation in matters relating to the specific risks of infringement of personal privacy, the authority shall provide the Data Inspection Board the opportunity to comment.