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Re: Crematorium Records

From:

Nigel Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Nigel Roberts <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 3 Apr 2008 16:38:03 +0100

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Is the Crematorium private or publicly owned/run?

DPA aside, Article 8 convention rights (of the whole family) are engaged....

Tim Trent wrote:
> I'm still concerned with unscrupulous crematoria who market unlawfully 
> to the person who arranged the funeral!  But that case comes up soon in 
> Reading County Court.
> 
> Cotterill, Steve wrote:
>> Hi,
>>  
>> Our Crematorium manager is wanting to publish the Crematorium Register 
>> on our website.
>>  
>> These records would show the following details of the deceased -
>>  
>> Full Name
>> Age
>> Address
>> Marital Status
>> Occupation
>> Date of Death
>> Date of cremation
>> Where death was registered
>> What happened to the ashes.
>>  
>> I know the DPA does not apply to 'deceased individuals' and that the 
>> Crematorium Register is already a public document.  
>> However I have something nagging at me that publishing their marital 
>> status and address could lead to a small minority of unscrupulous 
>> people to start contacting the widow/widower. They could do this by 
>> looking at the physical register but that could involve a fee and more 
>> effort. Publishing this on the internet make it easier for these people.
>>  
>> Am I being too cautious?
>>  
>> Comments welcome.
>>  
>> Thanks
>> Steve
>> *______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________* 
>>
>> *Stephen Cotterill*
>> *Procurement & Technical Officer x3296*
>> *Broxtowe Borough Council*
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