Law (2010:362) About Police General Reconnaissance Table

Original Language Title: Lag (2010:362) om polisens allmänna spaningsregister

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General reconnaissance table



section 1 of the Police Department, with the help of automated

the treatment keep a General reconnaissance records.



The authority is responsible for the processing of

personal data in the registry. Law (2014:598).



Relationship with other provisions of

personal data processing



section 2 of the personal data Act (1998:204) applies to the processing of

personal data in the General reconnaissance table, if not

subject to the provisions of this Act or of the regulations

in connection with this Act.



2 (a) of the Act (2013:329) with certain rules relating to the protection of

personal data in police and judicial

cooperation in the European Union, and in the regulations

the Government has announced in adherence to the law, are

the specific provisions on the processing of personal data

as in the framework of police or judicial

cooperation has been transferred from or made available by



1. a State which is a member of the European Union (EU),



2. Iceland, Norway, Switzerland or Liechtenstein,



3. an EU agency, or



4. an EU information systems.



Where the provisions set out in the first subparagraph are

deviating provisions shall apply instead of

the provisions of this Act and the personal data Act

(1998:204). Law (2013:341).



Purpose



paragraph 3 of the personal data obtained in police's law enforcement

activities may be dealt with in the General reconnaissance registry

to facilitate access to such information as is necessary in

police intelligence services.



section 4 of the personal data in the register may be processed if it is

necessary to provide the information required in



1. law enforcement activities of the police authority,

The Security Police, The Swedish National Economic Crimes Bureau, The Public Prosecutor's Office,

The customs service, Coast Guard and the Revenue Commissioners,



2. law enforcement activities with foreign authority or

International Organization,



3. the activities of law enforcement relating to

handräcknings mission, or



4. other activities that the police authority is responsible for, if it

There is a particular reason to provide the information.



Personal data may also be processed if it is necessary for

to provide information to Parliament and the Government

and, to the extent that the duty to disclose information

provided by law or regulation, to the other. In the other case

paragraph 9 (d), second subparagraph, the personal data Act

(1998:204) (2014:598).



Content



section 5 of the register receives information about a person is, if



1. the assignment relates may be suspected of a crime

not only has the criminal fines in the scale, and



2. the treatment is of particular importance for the police

detect.



clause 6 of the register receives information about a person that can not be

suspected of crimes are treated, if



1. task is associated with a person who has been registered

under section 5, and



2. the treatment is of particular importance for the police

detect.



7 § in addition to the information which must be processed in accordance with paragraphs 5 and 6,

get data about a legal entity or a

means of transport or other objects that may be attributed to a

natural person, if



1. the task is likely to be associated with a crime that has not been

only fines in criminal scale, and



2. the treatment is of particular importance for the police

detect.



section 8 of the register to include information on



1. the basis for a person to be registered as suspicious according to

section 5 or to a legal person, a

means of transport or the subject under section 7 is entered in the register

and the circumstances giving rise to the registration,



2. the circumstances and events that give rise to

data other than those referred to in paragraph 1 is added to the registry,

and



3. the respondent's credibility and accuracy in

thing.



A disclosure in accordance with the first paragraph 3 need not be given if

the special circumstances are unnecessary.



§ 9 the register shall, except as provided in section 8, include

the following information concerning a person who has been registered under

section 5:



1. task which is capable of identifying the person, however, does not

DNA-profiles or fingerprints,



2. indication of domicile,



3. indication whether the execution of the penalty for the offence,



4. a statement that the person is wanted in connection with crimes,



5. an indication of any history of being armed,

violent or escaping;



6. a statement that the person is the subject of such monitoring

referred to in Chapter 3. 2 paragraph 2 police data Act

(2010:361),



7. indication of affiliation with legal personality,



8. indication of affiliation with other people who have

registered under section 5 and likely to be in the same

grouping the data subject,



9. information that the person has used something special

approach, and



10. case number.



section 10 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announcing details of the information that may

processed in the registry and on the procedure for registration.



Specific disclosures



section 11 of the processing of data which can be directly attributed to the

a person who is not a suspect in the crime, a

special education, or otherwise indicate that

the person is not a suspect.



The processing of sensitive personal data



section 12 information concerning a person shall not be treated solely on the grounds

of what is known about a person's race or ethnic origin,

political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs,

Trade-Union membership, health or sex life.



If a person is treated on other grounds, the

be supplemented with such tasks as referred to in the first subparagraph

When it is strictly necessary for the purpose of treatment.



Data that describes a person's appearance will be designed on

objectively with respect for human dignity.



Access to personal data



section 13 of the access to personal data in the register shall be limited

to what every officer needs to be able to fulfil their

work tasks.



Search



section 14 for searching in the registry, data revealing racial or

ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical

beliefs, trade-union membership, or concerning health

or sex life shall not be used as a search term.



The first subparagraph shall not prevent the offences or

data that describes a person's appearance is used as

search terms.



section 15 entries in the registry that can be directly attributed to a

person not suspected of a crime may not be searchable.



Disclosure of personal information and the obligation to provide data



section 16 of the personal information that is necessary to produce

justice statistics shall be submitted to the authority responsible for

to produce such statistics.



section 17 if it is compatible with Swedish interests, may

personal data submitted to



1. Interpol or Europol, or to a police authority or

Public Prosecutor's Office in a State that is connected to Interpol, on

the need for authority or organisation should be able to

prevention, detection, investigation or prosecution of criminal offences,

or



2. a foreign Government or international organization, if

the disclosure follows from an international agreement

Sweden after the parliamentary approval has taken office.



section 18 of the security police, the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau, customs and Excise,

The coast guard and the tax agency, despite privacy according to

21. section 3(1) and 35 Cape. section 1 of the public access to information and

secrecy (2009:400), the right to access information in

the register, if the authority needs information in their

law enforcement activities.



The Government announces that data may be

in other cases than those referred to in the first subparagraph.



That information may be disclosed are also available in

public access to information and secrecy. Law (2014:598).



Electronic disclosure of personal data



section 19 of the occasional personal data may be disclosed to the media for

automated processing. Government Announces rules on

that information may be disclosed in such a medium, even in other

case.



section 20 of the security police, the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau, customs and Excise,

The coast guard and the Revenue Commissioners may be granted direct access

to the registry.



An authority which has been granted direct access is responsible for

access to personal information is limited to what each

officials need to be able to fulfil their

work tasks.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

Announcing the details of the extent of

direct access as well as on access and security.

Law (2014:598).



Thinning



paragraph 21 of the Information if a person who has been registered under section 5

for screening no later than three years after the indication of the suspicion

If crimes were recorded. If the task relating to the suspicion of crime

of which less severe penalty than imprisonment for two years is not

before written, need the data not be pruned until five years

After the registration.



If a further indication of the person entered in the register,

extended screening deadline with



1. five years after the new task was entered in

the register, if the information relates to the suspicion of offence for which

is not prescribed more lenient penalty than imprisonment for two years,



2. three years after the new task was entered in

the register, if the information relates to a suspicion of other crimes than that

specified in (1);



3. a year after the new task was entered in

the register, if the task does not concern suspicion of crime.



The time when a person has been registered under section 5 is serving

a prison sentence or subjected to a term of youth custody or

offenders with special utskrivningsprövning to


not counted in the calculation of the time limits referred to in

the first and second subparagraphs.



§ 22 data on a person referred to in section 6, to screen last

When the information about the person who has been registered under section 5

and that data related to screening.



section 23 of the Data if a legal person, a means of transport or

other object that has been registered under section 7 to screen

three years after the last registration. If the last

Insert task relates to an offence for which more lenient punishment

than two years ' imprisonment is prescribed, need information

not screened until five years after the last task

was introduced.



section 24 If there are serious reasons, the Government, or the

the Government authority determines, on a case-by-case basis, decide

to a task may be kept for longer than provided for in

21-23 sections. Such a decision shall be reviewed each year.



section 25 of the Government or the authority, as the Government determines

notifies the methods of thinning.



The Government or the authority, as the Government determines

informs that personal data, by way of derogation

from 21 to 23 sections, may be kept for historical, statistical or

scientific purposes.



Rectification and indemnity



the provisions of section 26, 28 and 48 of the personal data Act

(1998:204) for rectification and Indemnity apply to the processing of

personal information under this Act or under the regulations

in connection with the Act.



Transitional provisions



2010:362



1. this law shall enter into force on 1 January 2012 and apply to

February 28, 2017.



2. the provisions of paragraph 3 of this law needs

not apply to data collected before the

the entry into force of this law.