Information about you
A subject access request is the official way to request personal information about you that we hold on Leicestershire Police systems, such as crime reports.
If you want to know what information (if any) we hold about you, or you would like confirmation that you do, or do not have a prosecution or conviction history, you will need to download and complete a subject access form.
Subject Access Application (Local) - Apply for copies of crime or incident reports held on Leicestershire Police's information systems.
Subject Access Application (PNC) - Apply for details of previous convictions cautions and prosecutions held on the Police National Computer (PNC) required for Employment and Immigration purposes.
Two copies of proof of identification must accompany a completed application form.
Please return completed forms to:
Data Protection and Information Security Leicestershire Police Force Headquarters St John's Enderby Leicester LE19 2BX For further information you can also contact email us [email protected]
Please note that when we have received your completed application form and fee, the process can take up to 40 days.
Information about the Force
Leicestershire Police are committed to publishing all of our Freedom of Information responses. Please carefully check this section to see if you question has been previously answered.
If your question has already been answered, you will be directed to the appropriate page following your request pursuant with Section 21 of the FOIA 2000.
Information relating to Leicestershire Police is also available through the below links:
- www.police.uk – local crime and stop search statistics.
- Office of National Statistics
- HMICFRS Crime and Policing Comparator
- Bluelight Procurement Database
- Leicestershire Police Library – information on expenditure, gifts and gratuities, procurement and more
- Research requests
If you are still unable to find the answer to your query, please use our form to request information.