Who do you keep information about?
We keep information about individuals who visit Number Forty.
Why do you keep information about me?
We keep this information as it enables the Council (volunteers) to help keep vulnerable people safe, within the night time economy. Number Forty is part of the Safer Streets initiative, a nationwide drive to tackle violence against women.
The lawful basis we are relying on to process your personal data is, UK GDPR Article 6, 1, e) Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller.
The lawful basis we are relying on to process your special category personal data is, UK GDPR 9, 2 g) Processing is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest on the basis of domestic law which is proportionate to the aim pursued and which contains appropriate safeguards.
The legislation that underpins this processing is the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime, and Policing Act 2014 and associated guidance Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Anti-social behaviour powers Statutory guidance for frontline professionals.
The Government’s strategic approach to cutting crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB), reducing the number of victims of crime, and making the country safer is set out in the Beating Crime Plan. This plan shows how we will focus our efforts on ‘hotspot’ areas where crimes are disproportionately concentrated; the Safer Streets Fund forms a key part of this approach in supporting local areas.
Who can see my information?
Volunteers working at Number Forty and members of the Council’s Community Safety Team.
We may share your data with the;
- other Council Services and Third Sector Organisations.
How do you store the information you keep about me?
Paper logs are kept in lockable filing cabinets at Number Forty.
Electronic records are kept securely on the Council’s Microsoft servers.
The Council is ISO27001 certified.
How long do you keep information about me?
We keep your personal data for 1 year. This information is destroyed securely when we no longer need it.
How did the Council get my personal data?
We received your personal data from you when you spoke to one of our volunteers at Number Forty.
In cases where your personal data was obtained from a source other than yourself or your representative, we will inform you of the origin of the information within 1 month, unless that information is being used to contact you, in which case, that information should be provided to you at the latest, upon first communication with you. However, it is not necessary to provide that information in cases where you already possess the information, where recording or disclosure is expressly laid down in law or where provision of the information proves impossible or would involve disproportionate effort.
What sort of information do you keep?
We may use the following information about you to make sure that we provide you with the right service, advice or support. We will only use the minimum amount of information necessary to do so and will take every reasonable step to ensure the information is accurate.
- Identification number
- Location data (address)
- Contact telephone number
- One or more factors specific to the:-
- social identity of that natural person.
Special categories of personal data:
- Racial or ethnic origin
- Religious or philosophical beliefs
- Data concerning health
- Data concerning a natural person’s sex life or sexual orientation.