Make a subject access request (SAR)

How a person can make a request for the information that the County Council holds on them

You have the right to get a copy of the information that is held about you by the County Council. This is known as a subject access request. You can ask the County Council to supply you with copies of personal information you think it is holding, using or sharing. You must do this in writing and the County Council has prepared simple forms to help you.

Making a subject access request

If you want to see the personal information that has been collected and held about you by Hampshire County Council you should download the appropriate form, complete and return it, along with proof of identity.

Guidance on making a subject access request (from the Information Commissioner's Office)

Information held by Children’s Services

Download the Childrens Services subject access request form

Please return your form to: 

Childrens Services Subject Access Request Team
2nd Floor North
E11 Court
Winchester, SO23 8UG


Phone 01962 835212

Information held by Adult Services

Download the Adult Services subject access request form

Please return your form to: 
Adult Services Subject Access Request Team
3rd Floor West
E11 Court
Winchester SO23 8UQ


Phone 01962 832129

Information held by other departments of the County Council

Download the application for access to personal information

Please return your form to:
The Information Compliance Team
Hampshire County Council
The Castle
Winchester SO23 8UJ

If you experience any issues then please contact the Information Compliance Team on 01962 847374.

Closed Circuit TV

Under the General Data Protection Regulation you have the right to request any recordings from CCTV owned by Hampshire County Council of you. If you want to see a recording then please download, print, and complete the CCTV subject access request form. Send the completed form with appropriate payment and documentation to the Information Compliance Team at the address above.

Please note no images are recorded from the County Council’s CCTV traffic surveillance cameras.