Find out which organisations receive your personal data from the BRP
In some situations organisations receive personal information from the Basisregistratie Personen – BRP (Personal Records Database). For example, your name or date of birth may be shared with a hospital in the event of an accident, or with the Belastingsdienst (Tax and Customs Administration) if you have unpaid tax debts.
Last updated: 2 August 2022
Conditions for passing on data from the BRP
Your personal data from the BRP will be shared if, for example:
- an organisation is required to fulfil a legal obligation, for example when the Belastingdienst needs to levy taxes;
- it is vitally important to do so, for example if you are unconscious and need medical assistance;
- an organisation such as the Openbaar Ministerie – OM (Netherlands Public Prosecution Service) needs information.
Find out which organisations can receive your personal data from the BRP
Contact your municipality to find out which organisations can receive your data from the BRP. You can also do this online using your DigiD at the MijnOverheid.nl website. Go to ‘Persoonlijke gegevens’. You will then see which organisations can receive your personal data.