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Storing your information

We’ll only keep your information for the minimum period necessary. After this time, information is deleted / destroyed in accordance with Council policy.

 We’ll ensure that the information collected and stored is:

  • as little as we need to do the job
  •  accurate and up-to-date
  • only used for the purpose intended
  • only kept as long as we have to

Retention and disposal schedules

The retention and disposal schedules are corporate documents and are here to help you find out how long we keep your information.

They are being reviewed and will become part of our Information Asset Register (IAR) which we are required to have as part of our General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) / Data Protection Act 2018 compliance documentation.

These documents were developed by separate departments so there are slight variations in format.

Adults and Communities

Adult learning guidelines   Opens new window

Adult social care schedule    Opens new window

Communities and wellbeing schedule    Opens new window

Chief Executive's

Chief executives schedule    Opens new window

Children and Family Services

Children and family services schedule   Opens new window

Corporate Resources

Commercial and customer services schedule    Opens new window

Corporate services schedule    Opens new window

Directorate of finance schedule    Opens new window

Environment and Transport

Environment and transport schedule    Opens new window

Public Health

Public health schedule    Opens new window

Independent Inquiry in to Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA)

On 12 March 2015 the Home Secretary established the Independent Inquiry in Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).  Later on in 2015 Leicestershire County Council received a letter from the Inquiry informing the chief executive of the intention to include the Leicestershire County council in those inquires.  Included within that letter was information on the categories of documents that the council was required to retain until further notice, terms of reference, the scope and the principles of the inquiry.  This may have an implication for some information sets that have reached their disposal date.

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