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Article R2-13 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

This training is provided by : – one or more judges from the courts within the jurisdiction of the court of appeal, appointed by the first president; – one or more prosecutors from the courts within the jurisdiction of the court of appeal, appointed by the public prosecutor; – a lawyer appointed by the president of the bar association of the judicial court at the seat of which the training…

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Article R2-14 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The purpose of the training is to enable citizen assessors to assess the meaning and scope of the oath provided for by article 10-11. It covers the essential elements concerning : the composition, methods of referral and jurisdiction of criminal courts including citizen assessors; the offences falling within the jurisdiction of these courts; the rules relating to criminal liability and grounds for non-accountability; the respective roles of judges and the…

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Article R2-15 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

This authorises the creation, by the Minister of Justice, of a personal data processing operation known as the “interministerial information system for victims of attacks and disasters” (SIVAC). The purpose of this processing is to: 1° Centralising, making reliable and sharing data on people affected by accidents, incidents, disasters or offences, particularly acts of terrorism, likely to result in a large number of victims; 2° To improve information, support and…

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Article R2-15-2 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

I.-May access, by virtue of their attributions and within the limits of the need to know, all or part of the personal data and information mentioned in 1°, 2° and 3° of article R. 2-15-1 : the magistrates and registrars of the public prosecutor’s office in charge of the investigation; the magistrates and registrars of the investigation; the staff of the investigation department seized, appointed by name and duly empowered…

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Article R2-15-3 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The data and information mentioned in 1° of Article R. 2-15-1 are kept for six months from the date of the event. The data and information referred to in 2° of the same article are kept for ten years from the date of the event. The data and information referred to in 3° of the same article shall be kept for ten years from the date of the event or…

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Article R2-15-4 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Consultations, creations, modifications or deletions of data are subject to a record including the identifier of their author as well as the date, time and purpose of the operation. This information is kept for a period of three years. The persons mentioned in I to IV of Article R. 2-15-2.

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Article R2-15-5 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

The right to object provided for in Article 21 of the aforementioned Regulation does not apply to the processing of personal data of the persons mentioned in 1°, 2° and 3° of Article R. 2-15-1 by authorised personnel of the Ministry of Justice, the investigation department and the disaster victim identification unit seized when the purpose of such transmission or consultation is to guarantee the protection of the persons concerned…

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