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Denyment of access to information on the remuneration of workers of a city council
The data protection regulations allow, in this case, the union delegate to have access to a copy of the decrees of the mayor's approval of the payroll of the staff of the City Council, prior to anonymization of the data of the public employees concerned and limiting their access, if applicable, to any other information that may appear in the said decrees that exceed the object of their claim, pursuant to the principle of minimization of the data (Article 5.1.c of the GDPR). However, it would be possible to provide the merely identifying information contained in the mayor's decrees relating to the mayor, in the terms that have been set out.
Deniegation of access to information on remunerations of the mayor and councillors of a City Hall
From the point of view of data protection regulations, there must be no impediment in providing the person by claiming information regarding the amounts received by each of the city councillors and mayor from June 2019 until October 2022 broken down by years and by concepts.
Denying access to pay information and identification of specific persons
On the basis that the proposed assumption would not refer, by means of the information available, to senior management positions, trust, free designation, special responsibility or involving high levels of pay, from the point of view of the general purpose of transparency, and taking into account the principle of minimisation (Art. 5.1.c) GDPR), it does not seem justified to give access to the identity of the workers concerned.
Deniation of access in relation to the city council staff expenses
Data protection legislation does not prevent the claimant from having access to the distribution of staff costs in the municipal budget, individually with regard to the remuneration of local management staff and staff in positions of special trust, of special responsibility within the organisation or high level in the structure of the corporation, of free designation, or involving a high level of remuneration. With regard to information on the staff costs corresponding to the remuneration of the other municipal workers, this must be provided grouped according to the corresponding levels and bodies.
Access to personal data of officials of the Parliament of Catalonia
To determine that we are dealing with positions of special responsibility, we need to address the uniqueness of the workplace according to the functions attributed to it, the hierarchical dependency, the command functions that it has, its form of provision, etc., in accordance with the civil service regulations and the configuration of the workplace that the corresponding public entity makes. In order to determine whether a job has a high level of remuneration, consideration must be given to the salaries established for the different jobs within the public entity where it is located. In any case, in the weighting provided for in Article 24.2 of LTC both circumstances must be assessed jointly and not in isolation. Data protection regulations would not prevent access to the remuneration received and the situation of having requested or having the so-called age licence with regard to officials in Parliament who hold posts of lawyer or financial controller when they hold the posts of secretary-general, major lawyer, auditor of accounts or with regard to those in positions of trust, special responsibility or free designation of the organisation. From the point of view of data protection regulations, the resolution recognising the journalist's right of access must warn that the subsequent processing of the information obtained must respect data protection rules, but this does not exclude the freedom of information from the dissemination of certain information. The right of access to information is not limited in time. In this case, the degree of interference for the affected persons tends to be lower if it refers to periods beyond the last five years.
Denial of access to information related to overtime worked by local police officers
In accordance with the data protection regulations, the overtime hours worked by the Local Police officers of the City Council to which the query refers, the annual amounts received and the reasons for their completion can only be communicated in an aggregated manner for all members of the workforce, except in the case of the local police chief, in respect of whom the requested information can be provided.
Denial of access to information on personnel and on the training activity of the City Council
Data protection regulations do not preclude access to certain information relating to the appointments of temporary and career civil servants, to temporary assignments, to the assignment of functions, to the assignment of functions or to the commission of services; information on the financial supplements for the jobs provided by the system of temporary assignment or assignment of functions and the list of staff admitted to the training activities organized or financed by the City Council, including the expenditure incurred by the City Council.
Denial of access to information about remunerations of the staff of the Town Council
With regard to the positions of trust and the eventual staff of the City Council, given the typology and characteristics of these positions, it is justified from the perspective of data protection, to provide individualized information for the remuneration concepts referred to by the claimant. , together with their identification, level and position they hold. As for the rest of the City Council's employees (staff and civil servants), the data protection regulations do not prevent the provision of information on the basic and complementary remuneration of each job, without identifying the people who occupy.
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Denial of access to information on the staff, procedures and performance statistics of the Local Police
Data protection regulations do not prevent the complainant from accessing public information that does not contain personal data. With regard to the rest of the information requested, the merely identifying data of the public employees that may be included may be provided to you, being the TIP in the case of members of the Local Police; the remuneration received by the Deputy Chief Inspector of the Local Police, in accordance with the terms of Article 11.1.b) of the LTC, and, in an aggregate manner, the remuneration of the other police officers; the number of firearms licenses available to the City Council and a certificate stating that the police have carried out police shooting training in the last four years; and also anonymized information about sick leave police officers. However, the photo and turn assigned to each police officer could not be handed over to him. Nor is the identity of the released unions, unless they provide the express written consent of those affected.
Denial of access to information related with the organization and operation of the Prefecture of the Local Police
Data protection regulations do not prevent citizens from accessing public information that does not contain personal data. With regard to the rest of the requested information, you can be given the merely identifying data of the public employees that may appear in it, being the TIP in the case of the members of the Local Police; the remuneration received by the Deputy Inspector in Chief of the Local Police, in the terms of article 11.1.b) of the LTC, and, in an aggregate manner, the remuneration of the other police officers; the number of weapons licenses available to the City Council and a certificate stating that the police have carried out police shooting training in the last four years; and also anonymized information about sick leave police officers. However, the photograph and turn assigned to each police officer could not be handed to him. Nor is the identity of the released unions, unless they provide the express written consent of those affected.
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