Regulation (1999:105) Concerning The Processing Of Personal Data By The Tax Agency's Involvement In Criminal Investigations

Original Language Title: Förordning (1999:105) om behandling av personuppgifter vid Skatteverkets medverkan i brottsutredningar

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paragraph 1 of this regulation are given supplementary regulations if such

the processing of personal data covered by the Act (1999:90)

concerning the processing of personal data by the tax office

participation in criminal investigations. Regulation (2003:1005).



Prior checking



section 2 of the Automated processing of personal data that provides

indication that a person is convicted or suspected of a crime

shall be notified for prior checking to the Data Inspection Board three

weeks before starting treatment.



The first subparagraph shall not apply if the processing is carried out



1. in the tax agency's official register of incoming cases,



2. as a result of the tax agency's obligation under Chapter 2.

freedom of the Press Act to issue a public document,



3. as a result of the provisions of the Archives Act (1990:782) or

Archive Regulation (1991:446),



4. in a preliminary investigation, in a special examination in

intelligence operations or intelligence registry,



5. for the handling of cases in connection with the investigation and

simplified criminal investigation,



6. in a case involving a single person at the tax office,

or



7. in running text and applies only to individual personal data.

Regulation (2003:1005).



Processing of data relating to outstanding criminal suspicions



3 § If data on outstanding criminal suspicion shall

be dealt with in accordance with section 13 or 14 teams (1999:90) concerning the processing of

personal data by the tax agency's involvement in

criminal investigations, the controller shall, in particular,

decide who can have direct access to the data.

Regulation (2003:1005).



Intelligence activities



4 repealed by Regulation (2003:1005).



5 § list maintained pursuant to section 12 of the Act (1999:90) if

the processing of personal data by the tax agency's involvement

in criminal investigations, did not include details of the names or

social security number. Regulation (2003:1005).



Specific studies



paragraph 6 of the decision under section 12 of the Act (1999:90) concerning the processing of

personal data by the tax agency's involvement in criminal investigations

concerning the processing of personal data in a specific study

shall be taken by the agency head or after the Manager's mandate

someone else at work. Regulation (2003:1005).



section 7, only those individuals who are working with a particular

survey may have direct access to the data

processed automated in the investigation. Other people at the

The Revenue Commissioners may have access to such information only if

the data can be assumed to have particular relevance to an ongoing

investigation or other law enforcement measures.

Regulation (2003:1005).



§ 8 data processed automated in a special

investigation may be disclosed to law enforcement,

The security police or the customs service only if the data can

likely to have particular relevance to an ongoing investigation

or other law enforcement measures.

Regulation (2014:1200).



Notification registry



§ 9 the Revenue Commissioners may have direct access to

intelligence records.



Only those individuals who, through their duties, need

access to information on such data processed in

secret registry may have access to them.

Regulation (2003:1005).



§ 10 data from an intelligence records may be disclosed

to the Swedish national economic crimes Bureau, Police, security police

or the customs service only if the information can be assumed to have special

relevant to an ongoing investigation or other

law enforcement measures. Regulation (2014:1200).



Preliminary investigation



10 a section Of a task in an investigation may be assumed to have

importance of a bankruptcy investigation, the task is left to the

the trustee in bankruptcy. Regulation (2003:91).



Exemptions from screening



section 11 of the national archives may, after consultation with the Swedish tax agency, notify

that personal data which are to be culled according to the

section 15 of the Act (1999:90) concerning the processing of personal data by the

The tax agency's involvement in criminal investigations may be kept for

historical, statistical and scientific purposes.

Regulation (2003:1005).



Enforcement regulations



section 12 of the Swedish tax authority may, after consultation with the Swedish Data Inspection Board,

announce the additional rules needed

enforcement of the law (1999:90) concerning the processing of

personal data by the tax agency's involvement in criminal investigations

and this regulation. Regulation (2003:1005).



Transitional provisions



2003:1005



This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2004. section 2 of the other

paragraph 1 in their older version still apply for treatment

performed in a tax jurisdiction register of incoming cases.

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