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Reporting Rural Crime
Rural residents are being encouraged to use an online reporting form to alert police to any suspicious or criminal activity in their area.
Northamptonshire Police’s rural crime team, whose remit includes wildlife and heritage crime, wants to hear from people about anything which strikes them as out of the ordinary.
Report crime and suspicious activity by filling out the online reporting form at https://www.northants.police.uk/webf…/online-crime-reporting
Alternatively you can call 101 but in an emergency you must always dial 999.
Information can also be shared anonymously with Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555111.
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)
The Parish Council is all prepared for the new General Data Protection Regulations (“GDPR”). It has adopted and updated its relevant policies & procedures and also appointed a Data Protection Officer. Although similar to previous legislation the GDPR does impose new burdens on the Parish Council, including new reporting requirements and the potential for increased fines and penalties.
Residents can be assured that any data held by the Parish Council will be processed lawfully and the data would only be used for the purpose which it was provided for. We do not share your data and we do not store it any longer than necessary. Any data we do hold will be secure and this will be maintained on an ongoing basis to keep our records both accurate and relevant.
If you are interested in the new legal requirements please visit the Information Commissioners web site.