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Information about the personal data processed (incl. SIS II and VIS)

The rights of data subject related to the personal data processed within the Police of the Czech Republic, incl. Schengen information system II (SIS II) and Vision information system (VIS). 

The rights of data subject related to the personal data processed within the Police of the Czech Republic, incl. Schengen information system II (SIS II) and Vision information system (VIS)

According to the applicable law, data subject, i. e. every natural person to whom the personal data pertain, may require an access to the personal data processed within the Police of the Czech Republic, as well as their deletion or correction etc. The data subject in the Czech Republic has a right of direct access to his data, thus the data subject should primarily exercise his rights vis-a-vis the controller of these data.

The applicable law relating to the Police of the Czech Republic in this area of exercising of data subjects rights read as follows in particular art. 12, 15 – 17 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, General Data Protection Regulation, and art. 28 – 30 of the Act No. 110/2019 Coll., on processing of personal data.    The Police of the Czech Republic shall provide, upon a request in writing, an applicant with confirmation as to whether or not personal data concerning the applicant himself are being processed, and where that is the case, access to the personal data and the relevant information. The Police of the Czech Republic shall forthwith, upon a request in writing, correct, delete, and/or supplement inaccurately, imprecisely or unlawfully processed personal data concerning the applicant himself.

Exercise of these rights is free of charge.

According to the art. 30 of the Act No. 110/2019 Coll., on processing of personal data, the Police of the Czech Republic shall execute the request and provide an applicant with the answer without undue delay, not later than within 60 days from delivery of such request. According to the art. 12 of the General Data Protection Regulation, the Police of the Czech Republic shall execute the request and provide an applicant with the answer without undue delay and in any event within one month of receipt of such request. That period may be extended by two further months where necessary, taking into account the complexity and number of the requests. Data subject shall be informed of any such extension within one month of receipt of such request together with the reasons for the delay.

Written request shall contain identification data, i. e. name and surname, date of birth, address of residence or other postal address for delivery to the addressee only (in order to facilitate the proper protection of personal data the final written reply is sent by registered post).  It is recommended to enclose a copy of any identification document.

The information about processing, deletion etc. of personal data must be sent only either to a person whose data are concerned, or to the other subject, who has been authorized (power of attorney at law, authorization with official verified signature).

The document with the information demanded is executed in writing in Czech language.

Contact details of the body to which requests should be addressed:
The Police presidium of the Czech Republic, P. O. BOX 62/K-SOU, 170 89 Praha 7, Czech Republic, or e-mail: pp.sou@pcr.cz. For more information, contact the Police presidium at the phone number: 00420974835775.

In the case of data stored in the Schengen information system II (SIS II) or Vision information system (VIS), the Police of the Czech Republic also plays the role of personal data controller. Data subject can exercise his rights under the above-mentioned circumstances (written request containing all the necessary identification information according to the prescribed procedural requirements), through the above-mentioned contacts as well as through request forms, which are available on the website of the national data protection supervisory authority – The Office for Personal Data Protection (links see below).

In case of SIS II, the Police of the Czech Republic is obliged to answer within the time foreseen by art. 30 of the Act No. 110/2019 Coll, on processing of personal data.

In case of VIS, the Police of the Czech Republic is obliged to answer within the time foreseen by art. 12 of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Contact details of the national data protection supervisory authority - The Office for Personal Data Protection:
The Office for Personal Data Protection, Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Praha 7, Czech Republic.

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