A Consultation on Information sharing agreements between NHS Scotland boards and Police Scotland

Closes 30 Oct 2019

Opened 7 Aug 2019

Overview

The aim of the national information sharing agreement is to provide clarity and consistency to NHS Scotland Boards on how and what information in relation to victims of rape and sexual assualt is shared between the NHS boards and Police Scotland. The information sharing agreement also aims to ensure national alignment with data protection legislation.

Why We Are Consulting

One of the aims of this consultation is to bring national consistency to how information is shared between NHS and Police Scotland. In order to do this we are seeking the views of those working with victims of rape and sexual assault. We are particularly keen to hear from those working in the Information Governance and Data Protection sector, to ensure the national Information Sharing Agreement and DPIA are fit for purpose and are in line with data protection legislation.

Read the consultation paper. 

 

 

If you have been affected by any of the issues covered by our draft pathway support and advice services are available from the organisations listed below: Rape Crisis Scotland - Telephone: 08088 01 03 02 

Scottish Women’s Aid - Telephone: 0800 027 1234

Give us your views

Interests

  • Children and Families
  • Digital
  • Public Sector
  • Health and Social Care