Impact Initiatives takes your privacy seriously and will only use the personal information you give us to help us
provide you with the best service we can.
We keep any information which is personal, or identifies a person directly or indirectly:
- in locked filing cabinets;
- on password-locked computers, or
- in secure databases.
Access to these is limited to staff or volunteers who need the information. Once you stop using our
services, any of your personal information we possess will be securely destroyed within two years*
If at any time you wish to see the information we hold about you, you should contact the Data Controller
Caroline Ridley on 01273 322940**. In addition, if you no longer wish for us to hold any of
your personal information, you may withdraw your consent by talking to the Service Manager on:
- Ageing Well: 01273 322940
- Advocacy: 01903 730044
- Hop 50+: 01273 729603
- Stopover: 01273 603775
- Workability: 01903 730044
- WASP: 01273 681377
- Workability: 07919 442633
- YPC: 01273 887886
We will not share your information with any other organisation or service unless you have given us clear
(usually written) consent to do so. The only exception to this would be if we had reason to be concerned for
your safety, in which case we would contact the relevant professionals according to our safeguarding procedures.
* Safeguarding alerts concerning children will be retained until the child is age twenty-five (a period of
seven years after school leaving age) and then destroyed using secure methods.
**Safeguarding alerts concerning staff, referrals to the Local Area Designated Officer
(LADO) and any resulting disciplinary paperwork will be retained until the staff member reaches the usual
retirement age or for ten years, whichever is later. All paperwork pertaining to staff safeguarding concerns
will be retained even in cases where any allegation was proved unfounded. However, if the allegation is found to
be malicious the paperwork will be destroyed immediately.