Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy
What you need to know
Data protection laws, including the UK General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) are there to protect individuals’ rights and privacy. These laws make sure that information about individuals is not processed without their knowledge.
Oxfordshire Mind is committed to keeping your information safe and complying with all data protection laws, including the UK GDPR.
This means we must make sure that we
- collect and use personal data fairly
- tell people how we will use their data
- store data safely and securely, and
- do not disclose data unlawfully to others.
We will take care that the information we collect is relevant, and that we do not collect more information than we need.
You can see a summary of our Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy here
You can see our full Data Protection and Confidentiality Policy here
For more detail on what data we collect, and how and why we use it, please see our Data Privacy Notice summary here
and the full Data Privacy Notice for service users here
We have a separate Data Privacy Notice for volunteers which you can see here
You have the right to ask us for copies of the personal information we hold about you. You can simply email us or write to us to request this, or you may find it easier to complete the form here to make sure we have all the information we need.