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Ask us for information about the police, yourself or someone else.
If we can’t give you the information you need, we’ll tell you who can.
You can also ask us to delete, update or correct information.
Ask us to change information we have about someone else
People have the right to ask us to update or correct personal data we have about them. This is called the Right of Rectification.
You can make a request on someone else's behalf.
Click 'Start' below to make a request online on someone else's behalf.
We'll ask you about:
We'll ask you to upload pictures of two documents that prove your:
We will also ask you for the same identity documents for the person you are asking on behalf of.
This is to make sure we only take requests from and about the right person.
More information on which forms of ID we accept
Finally, you will need to upload a consent form signed by the person you are asking about, giving you permission to make this request on their behalf.
Download the consent form here (PDF, 91KB)
We have one month to respond to your request (or three months in complex cases).
More information about data rights and when they might not apply
Average completion time: 5 minutes
You must complete each step of the form within two hours.
When you're ready, click 'Start' to begin.