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Police Access to records under GDPR

We have been asked by some practices whether the process for providing access to medical records to the police has changed since the introduction of GDPR (and the associated DPA 2018). We have confirmed with the BMA that GDPR makes no change to the extant procedures and guidance which is included on our website as this link. We have however, updated the attached pro-forma to include a reference to the DPA 2018.

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