criminal records

Are you legally allowed to see what is held on your criminal record. And if so where can you get access to this information and how.
14:02 Fri 11th May 2007
 
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Your local police force are obliged to provide you with a copy of your 'police record' (which includes your 'criminal record' but may also refer to other information held on file), within 40 days, if you make a written request and enclose a fee of �10.

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