Who we are
Challenging Behaviour Support CIC
Our website address is: https://challengingbehavioursupport.org.uk also known as https://cbs.org.uk
Why we want your data? What are we going to use it for?
CBS would like to obtain information for the purposes of maintaining contact. It will only be used to inform you of any group activities or events.
Who will see your data?
Your personal information will not be shared with any third party. The only persons within CBS who may have access to your data will be committee members who are fully trained in the new data protection regulations (GDPR).
Where will your information be stored, and how long will it be kept?
Your information will be stored securely on a hard drive in a locked safe. We will hold your personal data for a period of a year. New data protection regulations (GDPR) came into force on May 25th 2018 so we will re-request your consent to store this information by this date annually. If we do not gain consent to keep your information, it will be destroyed.
Can I have access to my data?
You have a legal right to access any personal information CBS have stored about you. To obtain this information, you would need to contact Donna Price (Data Protection Officer) in writing and you will receive this information within 10 working days. The email address for this contact would be firstname.lastname@example.org .
What do I do if I have a query or complaint regarding data protection?
If you have any queries or complaints regarding how your personal data is handled, please bring these concerns to a committee member ASAP. Alternatively, if you have any complaints, you can make these known to the Information Commissioner (the person responsible for data protection regulations) on the following number 0303 123 1113.
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