Data Protection policy
Identifiable data will be held on individuals only with the active consent of that individual.
The Priory will keep records of where all personal data is stored and how it is used. This usage will not change without consent of the individuals involved.
A Data Protection Lead will be appointed to oversee data issues.
Information on the rights of individuals regarding their data will be made available on our website and at the Priory.
Individuals will be able to receive details of any information held on them by contacting the Priory.
Individuals can arrange for their data to be deleted, or altered if inaccurate, by contacting the Priory.
Data held on computer will be protected by an up-to-date internet security programme and will be stored in a password protected database. Data held on paper will be held in securely locked storage within the Priory.
If there is a breach of security of an individual’s information, they will be informed within 72 hours of the breach being identified, and any possible remedial action will be taken.
No data relating to an individual will be passed on to a third party without that individual’s active consent.
This policy and its implementation will be regularly reviewed at Trustee Meetings.
As with all personal data, emails sent to us via the Priory website will be safeguarded according to the above policy.