In message <[log in to unmask]>,
at 11:46:49 on Fri, 23 Aug 2013, "[log in to unmask]"
<[log in to unmask]> writes
> Neither the Police or the CPS are acting on behalf of the individual
>so it is not a Subject access request under Section 7 but a request for
>information about an individual(s) under section 29 which is not
>covered by the fees.
>So it looks like even though it may cost the Practice time and money to
>produce the info they cannot charge for it if the the Police or CPS
>want it but if an individual wants the information for their defence
>they will be charged.
If it's a section 29 request, the GP practice is not compelled to
respond. So absent a profession-wide agreement on suitable fees (such as
ISPs negotiated pre-RIPA) they could tough it out until the police
produced a court order.
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