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Please note that Info Cubic does not provide Police Certificates (Vypis z Evidence Rejstrriku Trestu, Extract from the Penal Register) in the Czech Republic .
Czech Nationals residing in the Czech Republic may apply for the Extract from the Penal Register (Vypis z Evidence Rejstrriku Trestu) with a local, municipal, city, or district authority in Prague. If you are not located near Prague, you may apply at your city office or city section office that is authorized and keeps the register. All applications are sent to the Penal Register in Prague. You will need an application and two forms of valid photo identification.
You can find an application with English instructions at the following website:http://portal.justice.cz/Justice2/Soud/soud.aspx?j=233&o=203&k=2027&d=202165
You can find the Czech version of the application at the following website:http://portal.justice.cz/Justice2/Soud/soud.aspx?o=203&j=213&k=2027
Non-residents that need an Extract from the Penal Register should apply for it at their nearest Czech Republic Embassy or Consulate.
The "Office for Personal Data Protection" enforces Data Protection in the Czech Republic. The regulation of this protection that the Czech Republic follows is based on Directive 95/46/EC that was put in place by the European Union. These provisions were also included in the Czech Republic's "Protection of Personal Data Act No. 101/2000 Coll., as amended (PPD Act)." There are also sectoral laws for data protection that have been enacted in a number of industries. These acts include "Act on Certain Aspects of Information Society Services Information No. 480/2004 Coll., as amended" and the "Electronic Communications Act No. 127/2005 Coll., as amended." These laws protect the way that personal data is collected and handled in the Czech Republic. It states that individuals should provide consent prior to the collection of data, unless the law suggests otherwise.
- Data can only be collected if it is done so for relevant reasons and not in excess;
Data Protection restrictions are in place for countries within the European Union (EU). They do not allow for the transfer of data to countries outside of the European Union. Due to this restriction, the Safe Harbor was created. When a company becomes Safe Harbor certified, they agree and certify that they will meet the privacy and data protection requirements set forth by the Safe Harbor Directive. Info Cubic is Safe Harbor certified, which allows us to obtain information from the EU.
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