As Driffield Town Council (DTC) have no lawful access to the Driffield CCTV system owned by them they are unable to address Subject Access Requests.
In a shambolic attempt to fudge the unlawful gathering of Data they tried to claim that Humberside Police deal with their Subject Access Requests as the Data is stored in the Driffield Police Station.
For this to be lawful there must be a signed copy of a Service Level Agreement for The Provision, Operation and Management of Closed Circuit Television Camera (CCTV) Monitoring between Humberside Police and DTC. I have requested this from both organisations.
- DTC sent such an agreement dated November 2019 but alas it was unsigned. They claimed that they are awaiting a signed copy from Humberside Police.
- Humberside Police sent the same agreement again unsigned.
Without a signed agreement DTC must either switch off the CCTV system as they are gathering Data unlawfully or find a way to address Subject Access Requests themselves.
Subject Access Request
I have sent the following Subject Access Request to the DTC Clerk.
Could I please refer you to (LINK)
On Sunday 12 July between 08.00 and 08.15 I was in Driffield.
Could I please make a Subject Access Request for the Data gathered of me by the cameras on Boyes and all other cameras?
As the Service Level Agreement for The Provision, Operation and Management of Closed Circuit Television Camera (CCTV) Monitoring between Humberside Police and DTC remains unsigned DTC must address this Subject Access Request themselves.
Please advise how this will be achieved.
Failure to fulfil this Subject Access Request will demonstrate that the Driffield CCTV system is unlawfully gathering Data and must be switched off with immediate effect.