Under data protection law, you have a right to see CCTV pictures if you are the subject.
To make a request to view CCTV you must:
On completion of the online form you will receive an email notifying you that the form has been received. If suitable identification documents and a clear description of the incident have been supplied, we will respond to your request within 30 calendar days to let you know if relevant footage has been found.
You can only get a copy of the recording if the data protection officer is satisfied that it will not become part of a live criminal investigation, civil proceedings, or complaint and that the proper procedures will be followed. Please be aware that there may be a charge for a permanent copy.
We are not able to release or show you footage of damage being caused to your vehicle if it would identify a third party or their vehicle. In this situation, we would recommend that you contact your insurance company or, in more serious cases, the Police who may be able to view any footage we hold as part of their investigation.
To help establish your identity you must supply the following documents:
One of the following:
And two of the following:
Please note: at least one document must show your current address and at least one must show your date of birth. Failure to provide this documentation may delay your application.