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Requests must be in writing and include your name and contact details
HCPC's data policy, including details about the information we hold about registrants, plus the terms and conditions for our website
You need to take all reasonable steps to protect information about service users. By ‘reasonable steps’, we mean that you need to take sensible, practical measures to make sure that you keep the information safe.
We get many questions about record keeping from registrants. This page runs through the most common questions and signposts to other sources of advice
Katherine Timms, Head of Policy and Standards at the HCPC, answers the most common questions we receive from registrants about record keeping
Our Freedom of information compliance statistics are published on a quarterly basis
About the investigation process, which begins after a declaration is made.
Our guidance says you should use your “professional judgement” to come to decisions about what is and is not within your scope of practice (the limit of your skills, knowledge and experience). But what does this “professional judgement” look like in practice?
Our Freedom of information (FOI) compliance statistics are published on a quarterly basis. See statistics for 2021.