Freedom of Information Act 2000
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FoIA) came into force on 1 January 2005 and applies to all public authorities, including the Driving Standards Agency (DSA). This act provides two general rights - the right to be told whether information exists and to request access to all that information.
This right is subject to conditions and exemptions set out in Sections 21 to 44 in Part II of the Act.
If you would like to make a Freedom of Information request you can link to DSA’s request form by clicking on the link displayed on the left. Alternatively, you may find that the information you require is contained within these pages. Please click on the links displayed left to access responses DSA has already given to previous requests. Please send your request to the Data Protection Compliance Manager. See the related items link for contact information.
This legislation operates in tandem with the Environmental Information Regulations and the Data Protection Act
Subject Access Request – Data Protection Act (1998)
If you would like to make a Subject Access request then please include the following in your written request:
Please send your request to the Data Protection Compliance Manager. See the related items link for contact information.