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Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
Driver Privacy Protection Act
Objectives
By the end of this training you will:
пЂЄ Know what steps to take when
personal information is
requested and cannot be
released
пЂЄ Know the most common
circumstances under which
information can be released
пЂЄ Know the categories of
information covered by DPPA
пЂЄ Know procedures for
redacting confidential
information
пЂЄ Know how to identify forms,
letters or materials in your
work setting that contain
personal information
пЂЄ Know how to describe to
customers how to opt out or
opt back in to DPPA coverage
Introduction
The Driver Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) is a
Federal Act, adopted in Florida law which
prohibits the release of personal information
obtained by the department in connection with
a motor vehicle or driver license function must
not be disclosed.
Authority
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DHSMV Policy 9.02
DHSMV Policy 9.03
DHSMV Policy 9.04
Section 119.0712(2), Florida Statutes
DPPA Law, 18 U.S.C. 2721-2725
Why DPPA?
Congress enacted the Driver’s Privacy
Protection Act (18 U.S.C. 2721-2725) in
1994 after the murder of Rebecca
Schaeffer. Her assailant had gotten
her address from a California DMV
employee.
What information is covered by
DPPA?
Personal information contained in a
record pertaining to a motor vehicle and
driver licenses.
What information is covered?
пЃ¶Photograph;
пЃ¶Social Security number;
пЃ¶Driver identification (Dl/ID) number;
пЃ¶Name;
пЃ¶Address (but not 5-digit zip code);
пЃ¶Telephone number;
пЃ¶Medical or Disability information;
пЃ¶Emergency contact information.
What contains personal
information?
Materials in your work setting that may contain
personal information:
*Driving Records
*Registrations
*Forms
*Letters
*Emails
*Notes
What DPPA does
not Cover?
пЂЄ Vehicular crashes or
accidents;
Driving Violations;
Driver’s status, including:
пЂЄ *Revocations
пЂЄ *Suspensions
пЂЄ *Citations
There are 15 Exemptions
* Government Agencies
* Attorneys
* Private investigators
* Automobile manufacturers doing recalls
* Researchers
* Insurance Companies.
* A person or agency to whom the customer has
written permission;
* Towing Companies
* Businesses verifying information for employment
Purposes;
* Companies need information about their
commercial driver.
What if the request is not permitted?
пЃ± Steps to take when personal information is requested but
cannot be released:
 Agency must state the basis for the exemption,
Including the statutory citation. Additionally, when
asked, the agency must state in writing the reason
for concluding the record is exempt.
Personal information is automatically blocked by the
department.
How to opt out of DPPA
Coverage?
пЃ±Opt Out:
*Fill out form HSMV 96104;
* Mail the complete form to
DHSMV.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle
Requests for Disclosure
2900 Apalachee Parkway, Room B231, MS 91
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
How to opt back in to
DPPA Coverage?
пЃ±Opt in:
*Fill out form HSMV 96104;
* Mail the completed form to
DHSMV.
Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicle
Requests for Disclosure
2900 Apalachee Parkway, Room B231, MS 91
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
Procedures for redacting
confidential information
пЂЄ Using a black marker to black out the
protected data
пЂЄ Printing certain forms without the
protected information
пЂЄ Using software (e.g.: Word, Acrobat)
to black out protected information in
an electronic copy.
Questions?
Maureen Johnson, Chief
Bureau of Records
Division of Motorist Services
(850) 617-2702
maureenjohnson@flhsmv.gov
Deborah Todd, Program Manager
Bureau of Records
Division of Motorist Services
(850) 617-2702
deborahtodd@flhsmv.gov
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