Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs) privacy notices
We have two separate privacy notices; one for ‘relevant’ people; and another for ‘general’ people. This helps us only collect the personal data that is needed for the purposes of the review.
If your contact details have been received by us, as part of the work we complete in a statutory DHR process, you will receive a letter from us in which we outline:
- the review process,
- how to find the privacy notice relevant to you.
If you have been designated as a ‘relevant’ person, this will be because you have particular relevance to the review, usually due to the relationship between you and the deceased and/or the suspect/perpetrator of domestic abuse during the time period that the review is considering.
If you have been designated as a ‘general’ person, this is because you knew (or were known to) the deceased and/or the suspect/perpetrator of domestic abuse.