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Information Sharing Agreement with Police

The proposed information sharing agreement will enable the Registrar-General, Births, Deaths and Marriages to regularly provide information regarding registered name changes, deaths, and non-disclosure directions to Police.

Police will use this information to match against the identities held in Police’s system. Where there is a match, Police will add the new name, indicate that the person is deceased, or indicate that the person has a non-disclosure direction in force.

Public consultation – 9 October – 6 November 2018

Police Minister Stuart Nash has announced that Police and the Registrar-General, Births, Deaths and Marriages are consulting the public on an information sharing agreement between the two agencies.

Public consultation is open from 9 October until 6 November2018. Members of the public can provide feedback, and find more information, at www.police.govt.nz/AISA-name-changes-deaths