Privacy Protocols

In accordance with an agency's enabling legislation, the Privacy Commissioner may be required to approve a privacy protocol that allows an agency's (or agencies') departure from the Information Protection Principles (IPPs) under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (PPIP Act).

A privacy protocol will generally establish procedures for the use and disclosure of personal information for a particular purpose whilst maintaining the privacy protections of the individuals concerned.

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Privacy Protocols 

Jun 2014

Privacy Protocol: Police access to photos – Major Crimes and Missing Persons Investigations (PDF, 965kb) 

Jun 2014 Privacy Protocol: NSW Crime Commission – Access to RMS Photographs Non Counter Terrorism (PDF, 4039kb)
Oct 2011 Privacy Protocol: Access by Identity Security Strike Team to information held by RMS (PDF, 326kb)
Jul 2011 Privacy Protocol: Access to driver licence photos via mobile data terminals in Police vehicles (PDF, 195kb)
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In accordance with an agency's enabling legislation, the Privacy Commissioner may be required to approve a privacy protocol that allows an agency's (or agencies) departure from the Information Protection Principles (IPPs) under the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998 (PPIP Act).

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