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7—Copying records

        (1)         If a copy of a record is made, each copy must be provided with a unique identifier (comprising letters or numbers or a combination of letters and numbers) enabling the copy to be linked to entries relating to the copy in the relevant records register.


Once a copy of a record is made, the copy itself becomes a record (see definition of "record" in regulation 3).

        (2)         The following details must be entered in the relevant records register in relation to the copying of a record:

            (a)         the name (and, if the person is a police officer, the rank and station) of the person who made the copy;

            (b)         the unique identifier for the copy;

            (c)         the type of record that the copy is;

            (d)         the date—

                  (i)         on which the copy was made; and

                  (ii)         on which the copy was first stored.

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