On 11 July 2023, the representatives of the National Centre for Personal Data Protection organized a training course for employees of the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate of the GPI.
The aim of the course was to increase the perception of the employees of the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate on the principles of personal data protection, as well as on ensuring the correct application of the legal provisions in the field, in the activity they carry out.
During the event, important topics have been discussed, such as: definition of general notions related to the field of personal data protection; rights of personal data subjects; processing of special categories of personal data; principles and legal grounds for the processing of personal data; legal manner of processing personal data in the activity carried out by the representatives of the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate of the GPI; obligations of the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate of the GPI as data controller in relation to the data subject; ensuring the security and confidentiality of personal data processed, etc.
The training course was moderated by the representatives of the Prevention, Surveillance and Evidence Directorate and proved to be very useful and interactive. The NCPDP’s trainers provided the participants with practical answers to their many questions. At the same time, the aspects related to the correct procedure for accessing and disclosing information containing personal data, the analysis carried out by the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate of the GPI regarding access to such data, as well as the requirements for the protection of personal data in the exercise of their duties, were of great interest to the participants.
More than 40 representatives of the Ialoveni Police Inspectorate of the GPI were trained during the event.
The training course is part of the training plan for GPI subdivisions for 2023, approved and signed by the heads of NCPDP and GPI on January 25.