We need this policy to keep the privacy of CID members and staff safe.
Everyone has a right to privacy.
It is the law.
Privacy means we keep your personal information safe.
Personal information tells us
• Who you are
• Your name and where you live
• Your phone number and email
• Your birthday or how old you are
CID need your personal information to
• Contact you
• Send you letters
• Invite you to events
• Pay you
We get your personal information from you.
You can say yes to us having your information.
You can say no to us having your information.
Keeping your personal information safe
Staff at CID will keep your information safe.
Meetings will be in a private space.
Sharing your information
Staff at CID can see your information if
Your information might be shared with other organisations you work with.
We will only share your information if you say it is OK.
You can see your own information.
Confidentiality is different to privacy.
It means having a say on what happens to things you talk about or do.
For example you can have a say about how your story is shared.
Read our Confidentiality Policy for more information.
Make a complaint
You can tell the Privacy Officer if there is
a problem with your privacy.
This is called a complaint.
Everyone has the right to make a complaint
if something is wrong.
The Privacy Officer is Justine O’Neill the
CEO of CID.
She makes sure your information is private.