Privacy Notice - Anti-Social Behaviour Reporting (ASB)
Why we collect information about you
Kettering Borough Council (KBC) collects personal information regarding victims of anti-social behaviour to investigate and tackle anti-social behaviour. The information we collect may include:
- Your name, address and contact information
- Details of the ASB incident/s
- How the incident has affected you
- Witness details
- Who the incident/s has been reported to
- How the incident/s has affected you
How will we use the information we hold about you?
The information you provide may be shared with the Police and other partner agencies to deal with your report of ASB. It will be used to:
- Record incidents of anti-social behaviour
- To identify locations and perpetrators of anti-social behaviour
- To provide support and protection to victims of ASB, including risk assessments
- To investigate, collect evidence and carry out any relevant enforcement if necessary
What is the basis for us to process your data?
Our lawful reason to process your information for this purpose is that tackling ASB is a task which the Council is authorised to carry out and which is in the public interest. The information you provide is necessary for the prevention and detection of crime under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 and the Environmental Protection Act 1990.
Who we will share your information with
We will only share your information if necessary to investigate your complaint and tackle the issue of ASB. To do this effectively we may share your information with the following organisations:
- Partner and multi-agency organisations
- Adult and children’s social services
- Next of kin or family members
How long do we keep your records?
We will only keep your information for the minimum period necessary and in line with our Information Retention Schedule. All information will be securely held, processed and destroyed.
For further information:
For details regarding your rights under Data Protection law or how to make a complaint if you think we have mishandled your personal information, please our Privacy Notice Homepage