Schengen Information System (SIS II)

The Danish Data Protection Agency is the national supervisory authority in relation to processing of personal data in the Danish part of the Schengen Information System. This supervisory role mainly entails inspections and handling complaints from persons registered in SIS II.

Your rights

If you are registered in SIS II, you have certain rights. You generally have the right to know whether data about you has been entered in the SIS II, as well as the right to access personal data about you. You also have the right to have factually incorrect data corrected and you can request erasure of unlawfully registered data.

If you want:

  • to access to data about you that has been registered in SIS II
  • to rectify data about you in SIS II which you believe is factually incorrect or incomplete
  • to demand the erasure of data about you in SIS II which you believe has been illegally registered

please contact the Danish National Police, which is the authority which has the central responsibility, using the relevant form available on their website.

Supervision

The Danish Data Protection Agency is the national supervisory authority in relation to processing of personal data in the Danish part of the Schengen Information System. This supervisory role mainly entails inspections and handling complaints from persons registered in SIS II.

Complaints

If you are dissatisfied with a decision made by the Danish National Police concerning your request to access, rectify or erase data about you in the SIS II, you can submit a complaint to the Danish Data Protection Agency.

If you wish to file a complaint concerning a decision made by the Danish National Police please provide the following information:

  • a description of the nature of your complaint
  • a copy of the decision or response that you received from the Danish National Police
  • any other material that you think is relevant to your complaint

You can access our complaint form here

If you are dissatisfied with the Danish DPA’s decision you may bring the matter before the Danish courts.

More information

You can read more about the Schengen Information System on the following websites:

Relevant legislation: