Publication - Consultation paper

Information sharing between NHS Scotland boards and Police Scotland: consultation

Published: 7 Aug 2019

Consultation on information sharing agreement and data protection impact assessment between NHS Scotland boards and Police Scotland in relation to forensic medical examinations.

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Information sharing between NHS Scotland boards and Police Scotland: consultation
Consultation Questions:

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Consultation Questions:

1. Do you have any general comments about the Data Protection Impact Assessment and Information Sharing Agreement? 

Data Protection Impact Assessment Questionnaire (DPIA)

2. How will the Data Protection Impact Assessment bring clarity and consistency to NHS Boards?

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

3. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to the information flow diagrams (as detailed in question 1 of the DPIA)?

4. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to the sections of what personal data will be used and the legal conditions (as detailed in questions 2 and 3 of the DPIA)?

5. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments on the collection, use, transfer and updating of data (as detailed in question 4 of the DPIA)?

6. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to the right to be informed and individual rights in relation to the use of personal data (as detailed in questions 5 and 6 of the DPIA)?

7. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to data retention, disposal and sharing arrangements (as detailed in questions 7 and 8 of the DPIA)?

8. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to organisations’ processes (as detailed in questions 9 to 13 of the DPIA)?

9. Do you have any comments or suggested amendments to the sections on risk (as detailed in questions 14 to 16 of the DPIA)?

10. What additional guidance would you need to implement this document?

11. Do you have any general comments which are not covered in previous sections?

Information Sharing Agreement (ISA) for victims of rape and sexual assault

Introductory Questions:

12. Will the national information sharing agreement bring clarity and consistency to NHS Boards?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

13. Does the national information sharing agreement acknowledge and support the person at the centre of the process?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

Children and young people services:

14. Will the national information sharing agreement be of benefit to children and young people who have experienced child sexual abuse?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

15. Will the national information sharing agreement be of benefit to non-abusing family and carers of children and young people who have experienced child sexual abuse?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

16. Are there benefits to your organisation in implementing this agreement for children and young people?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

17. Are there challenges to your organisation in implementing this agreement for children and young people?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

Adult services

18. Will the national information sharing agreement be of benefit to adults who have experienced rape or sexual assault?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

19. Will the national information sharing agreement be of benefit to non-abusing family and carers of adults who have experienced rape, sexual assault or child sexual abuse?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

20. Are there benefits to your organisation in implementing this agreement for adults?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

21. Are there challenges to your organisation in implementing this agreement for adults?

Yes

No

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

General Questions

22. Are there any key areas missing, or any general amendments you would suggest?

Please be as specific as you can and include any resources or references to evidence that we should consider.

23. Is there sufficient existing guidance on when healthcare information should be shared with the police in the wider public interest?

Yes

No 

Don’t know

Please explain your answer being as specific as you can and include any resources or reference to evidence that we should consider.

24. What additional guidance would you need to implement this document?

25. Do you have any general comments or additions on topics which are not covered in previous sections?


Contact

Email: CMOTaskforce.secretariat@gov.scot