Privacy policy: Knowsley Safeguarding Children Partnership

Who To Contact

Data Protection Officer
Knowsley Council
Westmorland Road
Huyton
L36 9GL

Who will own my data once I submit it?

Knowsley Safeguarding Children Partnership.

Why do you need my information?

As part of consultation, we may ask for feedback from professionals, volunteers and or the public regarding safeguarding arrangements in Knowsley. For training purposes those registering and booking onto training are asked to provide basic information such as name, email address, phone number, organisation address, role, managers email address.

What allows you to use my information?

We are relying on the individual’s consent, they have the right to withdraw their consent at any time.

Who will my information be shared with?

The Knowsley Safeguarding Children Partnership is a multi-agency partnership consisting of the following partners, feedback from consultations and training data may be shared with them:
Knowsley Council, CAFCASS, Education Providers, Livv Housing Group, CCG, YOS, Alder Hey, NWBH, Local Councillor, Probation, Safer Communities, NHS England, Knowsley Youth Mutual, Public Health, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service.

Do I have to provide this information and what will happen if I don’t?

Any surveys or consultation is a voluntary process, if individuals wish to access our training provision they are required to provide the details highlighted above so that we can monitor attendance and evaluation to ensure that we provide an effective, suitable training offer to the right practitioners and agencies.

How long will you keep this data for and why?

This information will be stored for up to 25 years.

How will my information be stored?

If the data is collected via a survey, it will be stored via the survey monkey secure profile. All training information is stored via a secure booking system and Elkview system.

Will this information be used to take automated decisions about me?

No.

Will my data be transferred abroad and why?

No.

What rights do I have when it comes to my data?

Under the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the following rights with regards to your personal data: -

  • The right to subject access – you have the right to see a copy of the personal data that the Council holds about you and find out what it is used for
  • The right to rectification – you have the right to ask the council to correct or remove any inaccurate data that we hold about you
  • The right to erasure (right to be forgotten) you have the right to ask the council to remove data that we hold about you
  • The right to restriction – you have the right to ask for your information to be restricted (locked down) on council systems
  • The right to data portability – you have the right to ask for your data to be transferred back to you or to a new provider at your request
  • The right to object – you have the right to ask the council to stop using your personal data or to stop sending you marketing information, or complain about how your data is used
  • The right to prevent automated decision making – you have the right to ask the council to stop using your data to make automated decisions about you or to stop profiling your behaviour. (where applicable)

To find out more about your rights under the GDPR, please visit the Information Commissioner’s website.

To request a copy of your data or ask questions about how it is used, contact:-
 
Data Protection Officer
Knowsley Council
Westmorland Road
Huyton
L36 9GL
Or email: Inforights@knowsley.gov.uk

Who can I complain to if I am unhappy about how my data is used?

You can complain directly to the Council’s Data Protection Team by writing to: -
Data Protection Officer
Knowsley Council
Westmorland Road
Huyton
L36 9GL
Or via the Have Your Say website.

You also have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office using the following details: -

The Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire SK9 5AF
Telephone: 08456 30 60 60 or 01625 54 57 45
Website: www.ico.org.uk