The Data Protection Act 2018/GDPR provides a legal framework for processing personal data in the UK ensuring privacy for all individuals. Redditch Nightstop undertakes its work in accordance with these laws.
Our Privacy Notice tells you how we process the data which we collect on you and how we protect your privacy and what your rights are. Our full Privacy Notice, with all the details, can be found on our website. This is a summary of the key points.
Redditch Nightstop collects your personal and special category data when you interact with us. This could be when you tell us information on the phone, go onto our website, correspond with us by email or letter, complete a form or tell us information in person. We may collect the following data about you:
|Your Personal Data
|Your Special Category Data
|Name Address Contact Details Photograph Age Relationship status (for hosts) Other people living at property (for hosts) Occupation Life skills References
When we refer to ‘processing data’ we mean any of the following:
In order to comply with the law we must process your data lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner.
We must have a lawful basis for processing your data. For Redditch Nightstop this is ‘Legitimate Interests’ which is “where you use people’s data in ways they would reasonably expect…” (ICO)
If we need to process your special category data, for example information about your health, then we must have an additional lawful basis for processing this sort of data and we will usually obtain your consent. [In exceptional circumstances we may process this data without your consent if be believe that your life is at risk and you are not able to consent to data processing, eg to process your medical records.]
Sometimes we need to share your data with third parties as follows:
|Data is shared between the following third parties:
|Clients (name and address of host only)
|To provide services
We may ask for your consent for other optional parts of our service, for example case studies, photographs for use in social media and our newsletter, or to add you to our mailing list.
Your information is held in a volunteer file electronic and/or on paper-based records which will be stored securely. Further details about how we protect your data are in our full Privacy Statement referred to above.
If you are successful in your volunteer application:
If you are unsuccessful in your job/volunteer application, we will hold your personal information for 6 months after we’ve finished recruiting the post you applied for. After this date we will destroy or delete your information.
In certain circumstances you may have the following right;
If you would like a full copy of our Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy or our Privacy Statement or for more information about how your data is used please contact Charlotte Shepard by writing to:
Unit 4 & 5, Britten House
The Old Needle Works
or phoning 01526 66036
or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to find out more about your rights around how your data is processed or if you are unhappy with our response you can contact www.ico.org.uk