If we change how we use personal data: Data Protection Impact Assessments
Carrying out a formal Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) allows BTP to address the likely privacy impact whenever a new or amended use of personal data is proposed.
The assessment is carried out in line with the Information Commissioner’s Office Code of Practice for conducting Privacy Impact Assessments/Data Protection Impact Assessments.
Public awareness and consultation
As part of BTP’s commitment to openness and transparency, any Data Protection Impact Assessments relating to uses of data that may impact on the general public will include a public consultation.
This will allow any interested member of the public to provide comments or feedback on the proposal.
BTP will publish any completed Data Protection Impact Assessment reports where a public interest or impact has been identified.
There are currently no open consultations.
Details can be found below of previous public consultations carried out by BTP.
Please note: these consultations are now closed.