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Privacy statement for Police University College events
When processing your personal data, we comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) of the European Union.
Police University College
P.O. Box 123 (Vaajakatu 2), FI-33721 Tampere, Finland
+358 295 480 121 (switchboard)
2. Controller’s contact persons in matters pertaining to data protection
Kimmo Lehtimäki, Lawyer
Petri Hankaniemi, Lecturer
The contact details for the contact persons are shown in section 1.
3. Data subject
A person who has signed up for an event that is organized by the Police University College or held at the Police University College. An event refers to a gathering such as a meeting, seminar, lecture, or ceremony.
4. Purpose of processing personal data and the legal basis for the processing
We process your personal data when providing you with information about practical arrangements of events and schedules of future events if you have consented to your personal data being saved on the mailing list.
We also process your data for the purpose of access control in order to maintain the safety of people on our premises.
If the Police University College arranges catering for an event, a list of participants (name, position and organization) will be attached to the accounting materials of the event.
We will also ensure that individual needs (such as accessibility or special diet) are taken into consideration.
The processing of personal data is based on the above-mentioned purpose (legitimate interest) and role of the Police University College as an event organizer or holder of the premises used for an event (General Data Protection Regulation, Article 6, Section 1(f)).
5. Categories of recipients of personal data
At the Police University College, your personal data will be processed by people responsible for event arrangements and access control.
6. Period of personal data retention
We store visitor data for no more than three months.
We store your mailing list data until you notify us that you no longer want to receive messages concerning Police University College events.
We store accounting materials for six years.
7. Access to one’s own personal data
You have the right to be informed by the Police University College regarding whether your personal data is being processed and what data we are holding on you.
8. Right to rectification
You have the right to request rectification of your data. The rectification appeal must be submitted in writing and sent to the controller. The rectification appeal may also be made in person at the Police University College.
9. Deletion of data
You have the right to request deletion of your data at any time.
10. Right to object to the processing of data and request limitation of processing
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data and request the limitation of processing of your data until the issue regarding the Police University College’s right to process your personal data has been resolved.
You cannot attend events held on Police University College premises if you have withdrawn your consent to the processing of your data for the purpose of access control and storing your data in a customer and visitor register maintained by the Police University College.
11. Right to refer matters to the Data Protection Ombudsman
If you feel that the Police University College processes your data in a manner that is against the law, you have the right to refer the matter to the Data Protection Ombudsman.
Data Protection Ombudsman contact details:
Office of the Data Protection Ombudsman
P.O. Box 800 (Lintulahdenkuja 4), FI-00531 Helsinki, Finland
+358 295 666 700 (switchboard)