paragraph 1 of this regulation, see supplementary regulations if
the processing of personal data within the scope of
Coast Guard data law (2012:145). The terms used in
This regulation have the same meaning and tilllämpningsområde
as in the law.
2 § When the coast guard is planning new it systems of larger
scale or new it systems which are likely to present specific
risks of infringement of personal privacy,
the authority shall consult the Data protection authority in good time before the
a decision is taken. The same shall apply when the coast guard
implementing significant changes in such systems.
In assessing the risk of interference with the personal
integrity, particular attention should be paid to sensitive
personal data will be processed.
Access to personal data
section 3 of the coast guard may provide details relating to the
access to personal data of persons involved
within the authority. For the assignment of permissions for access
to personal data, it shall in particular be taken into account that these
people have needs for data, and that it requires
their education and experience.
section 4 of the coast guard is responsible for it within the authority
procedures for assigning, modification, removal and
regular monitoring of permissions for access to
§ 5, the coast guard may provide for consultation of
information which has been made available at the joint
6 § when you search according to Chapter 4. paragraph 5 of the coast guard data law
(2012:145) receives information showing that the person
has previously been suspected of a particular crime is not taken forward
If a court, in a decision which has become final,
have dismissed the indictment, announced the acquittal judgment or written by
the goal since the indictment.
The coast guard may provide for the limitation of
access to such data as referred to in Chapter 4. paragraph 5 of the first
subparagraph Coast Guard data law. Particular attention should be
to the right of the individual to protection from intrusion into the
personal privacy. Access to personal information about
earlier suspicions of criminal offences to be particularly limited.
section 7 the coast guard may notify arrangements under
what conditions search according to Chapter 4. section 6, first paragraph
2 Coast Guard data law (2012:145).
Electronic disclosure of personal data
section 8, unless it is inappropriate, more personal information than they
as mentioned in Chapter 2. the first sentence of paragraph 8 of the coast guard data law
(2012:145) on a medium of automated
1. Marine and water,
2. The Transport Agency,
3. Europol, and
Data may not be disclosed to a medium for automated
treatment if it can be assumed that the disclosure could
mean that the task is processed in breach of the
personal data Act (1998:204).
§ 9 the police, customs, maritime and
the water authority, the environmental protection agency, the Swedish Meteorological
and Hydrological Institute, Finnish maritime administration,
The Swedish Transport Agency, the geological survey,
The Swedish civil contingencies Agency and
The armed forces may be granted direct access to personal information
as the coast guard deals with to coordinate civilian needs
of maritime surveillance and to convey the civilian maritime information
to the relevant authorities. If the coast guard admits
direct access applies as set out in Chapter 5. paragraph 5 of the
Coast Guard data law (2012:145). Regulation (2014:1230).
section 10 of the coast guard may announce details relating to what
as required in terms of permissions and security in order to
authority to permit direct access to personal information
for the authorities referred to in article 9 of this regulation and in 4
Cape. section 7 of the coast guard data law (2012:145).
Direct access to the data shall not be granted before
The coast guard is satisfied that the receiving
the Authority meets the requirements on competence and safety.
section 11 of the limitation in Chapter 2. section 8, first sentence
Coast Guard data law (2012:145) does not apply to the
authorities who have been granted access in accordance with article 9 of this
Regulation or Chapter 4. section 7 of the coast guard data law in respect of
personal information that has been made jointly available.
Retention and deletion
General rules on archiving and deleting
12 § When the coast guard archive particulars and documents
digitally, the archived data and documents
separated from the Agency's law enforcement activities.
Access to archived data and documents should
limited to specified officials.
paragraph 13 of the national archives in may, after consultation with the coast guard,
provide that data to screen according to 3
Cape. section 5, Chapter 4. section 13 or Chapter 5. section 7 of the coast guard data law
(2012:145) may be kept for historical, statistical or
Retention of personal data processed in the
law enforcement activities
section 14 of the 15? 18 § § provides that certain categories of data in
crime reports and completed investigations,
treated in the Coast Guard's law enforcement activities after
the end of the period referred to in Chapter 4. 9 and 10 of the
Coast Guard data law (2012:145). The same applies to data
in other investigations that are handled in accordance with the provisions of 23
Cape. the code of judicial procedure.
When processing data in accordance with §§ 15? 18 may, in addition to what
that said, the following data:
1. the case number and similar reference data,
2. the criminal codes, and
3. details of the circumstances surrounding the crime.
section 15 information concerning a convicted person in a preliminary investigation that has
led to a criminal conviction may be processed following the end of the
time specified in Chapter 4. 10 section
Coast Guard data law (2012:145), on the treatment of
specific reasons are necessary to find the relation between different
crime or between the possible perpetrators.
The data should be sorted out at the latest when the data on the
the judge was culled from criminal records pursuant to lagen (1998:620)
If the load tables.
section 16 information concerning a person who has been a suspect in a
preliminary investigation as closed or terminated otherwise than
by the prosecution in a particular case may be dealt with after the end of
the time limit referred to in Chapter 4. section 10, second paragraph
Coast Guard data law (2012:145), if the treatment is
necessary to prosecute the person.
The data should be sorted out later when criminal charges are no longer allowed
brought for the offence, or the last seventy years from the date of
the crime was committed in the cases referred to in chapter 35. section 2, first paragraph
the Penal Code.
section 17 If information concerning property which was the subject of crime
found in an investigation or a complaint,
the data are processed after the expiration of the time specified in the 4
Cape. 9 and 10 of the coast guard data law (2012:145). This
However, provided that the processing of special
reasons are required to be able to restore the property to the correct
owner or track another offence or the use of the object in the
Personal data relating to such property should be sorted out when
treatment is no longer required for any of the purposes
referred to in the first subparagraph.
section 18 of the Information if a person who is sought as missing
may be processed as long as the task is needed for the purpose of
The data should be culled within three months of the
the person has been recorded.
section 19 of the coast guard may provide the additional regulations
needed for enforcement of Coast Guard data law
(2012:145) and this regulation.
20 § Before the coast guard notifies rules with the support of
This regulation, the Data Inspection Board to be consulted on matters
involving special risks of intrusion into the personal