How we process your personal data

Your personal data may be provided to us in a variety of ways and allows us to process your matter in an effective and legally certain manner.

For example, your personal data may be provided to us via:

  • e-services
  • forms
  • web forms.

We process your personal data in our computer systems in accordance with laws and regulations. The purpose of the rules is to protect your privacy.

What is personal data?

Personal data is all kinds of information connected to a person. Examples of personal data include

  • name
  • addresses
  • personal identity number
  • images
  • debt data.

Personal data in official documents

We may disclose personal data in official documents, unless the data is subject to confidentiality. We may also disclose your personal data to other public authorities who need it in their activities.

Your rights

According to the rules, you have the right to receive a written copy of personal data about you that we process. You can get an extract from the register — there is no charge, but if you want multiple copies, we have the right to charge a fee. You can also request to receive information digitally. Send your request to us.

In addition, you have the right to request that we correct personal data regarding you that is incorrect or misleading. The data may, for example, concern your will or your ability to pay your debts.

Can you appeal?

If we decide we cannot help you, you have the possibility to appeal our decision and have a court try the matter. How to appeal is set out in our decision.

Correction of data

Do you want an extract

Do you want an extract from the register? Contact our office in Jönköping.

Kronofogden Jönköping (in Swedish)

The General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation and our Registry Act regulate how we may process your personal data.

The General Data Protection Regulation applies throughout the EU. It means that the rights of individuals and sole traders are strengthened. At the same time, we who process personal data are given clearer obligations.

The Regulation provides for:

  • how we are allowed to process personal data
  • correction of incorrect and misleading data
  • appealing personal data cases.

Swedish Authority for Privacy Protection:

Lawful grounds for personal data processing

The Swedish Parliament (the Riksdag):

Act (2001:184) on the processing of data in the activities of the Enforcement Authority (in Swedish)