Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This notice explains how we collect, use and share your information and how we keep it and how we keep it secure.
This privacy notice also explains when and why we collect personal information about people who engage or come into contact with us, whether via our learning and development offer, or those who are subject to Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership learning activity such as audits or child safeguarding practice reviews.
Information collected about you
We only collect personal data that is absolutely necessary to support the delivery of our work for example enrolling you on training, adding you to mailings lists for communications you consent to (this may be withdrawn at any time by contacting us), or if you are subject to audit and/or learning reviews etc. Any information we collect about you will be held in accordance with data protection laws and other statutory obligations we are bound by.
Why we need your information
We need your personal data in order to provide you with learning and development, our communications, or undertake our learning activity. We will only collect personal that is absolutely necessary and any information we collect about you will be strictly in accordance with the data protection law and other statutory obligations which we are bound by.
The General Data Protection Regulation in force from 25 May 2018, replacing the Data Protection Act 1998. Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership is a data processor. We are hosted by Richmond Council, which is our data controller and we use their training, guidance and policies. For more information, please read their corporate privacy notice.
We are also hosted by Kingston Council and use their guidance for Kingston information protection, and retention of information. For more information, please read their corporate privacy notice.
Kingston and Richmond Safeguarding Children Partnership is a statutory partnership under the Children Act 2004 and not a public authority for the purposes of Freedom of Information (FOI).