UK GDPR and the Data Protection Act (2018) set out the legislative framework for managing personal information. This includes student records, staff files and personally identifiable research data. Together, UK data protection legislation establishes mandatory standards for data management and provides a right of access by data subjects to all of the information that the College holds about them.
The College Data Protection (Personal Information Management) Policy can be found on Governance Zone.
How do I get access to my own personal data?
To access any data that King's holds about you, please complete the personal information request form.
To avoid delays in processing your request please be as clear and specific as possible when completing the form. You will be required to produce proof of your identity and please note that retrieval of your data may take up to one month.
Exam scripts are available directly from your Faculty. Please see the feedback guidance for more information.
Can I get access to personal data that isn't my own?
No, UK GDPR (and associated UK data protection legislation) exists to protect the privacy of individuals and you have no right of access to the personal data of anyone other than yourself. There are rare exceptions to this rule where health and safety or legal matters are involved. Contact us for further assistance.
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV)
The College's policy regarding the use of CCTV is available on Governance Zone.