Our controller Data Protection Officer (DPO) is the Head of Information Governance.
Contact the Data Protection Officer.
Information we collect
- Date of birth.
- Education and employment details.
- Family details.
- Racial or ethnic origin.
- Offending history.
- Physical or mental health details.
- Criminal proceedings, outcomes and sentences.
- To assist professionals in the management of the work that they do to help reduce re-offending.
- To manage risk.
- For safeguarding.
Legal Obligation – Crime and Disorder Act 1998 Section 115 and Section 14 of the Offender Management Act 2007.
- The Youth Justice Board.
- Police forces.
- Local and central government.
- Ombudsmen and regulatory authorities.
- Healthcare, social and welfare advisers.
- Voluntary and charitable organisations.
- Family, associates and representatives of the person whose personal data we are processing.
Subject to our legal obligation to process information under applicable laws, you have the right to access personal information, in addition to other rights as explained in the full version of our privacy notice.
You have the right to contact us with a complaint if you’re unhappy with the way your personal data has been used.
We are committed to resolving complaints about our collection or use of personal information.
Such control will include the ability to see what information we hold and to opt out of any use of your personal information. You are also able to prevent disclosure to any third party, except as required by law or the order of a court of proper jurisdiction.
If you want to know more about what information we store and share about you, speak to your YOS Officer or contact us on 020 7926 2644.
Please visit the full version of our privacy notice.