The purpose of this privacy notice is to tell you what personal information the Council’s Rescue and Response internal services and referrals team collects from you, how it is used, who it may be shared with and what happens to it.
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Rescue and response privacy notice
What information we might collect from you and why?
Your information is collected for the purpose of delivering a support service for young people who are vulnerable and caught up in county lines drug distribution networks across London, and identify and use enforcement against those exploiting young people. This will benefit the public and community by reducing crime and improving the potential outcomes of young people, as required to fulfil the council’s duties under the following legislation, statutory or contractual requirement or obligation.
Children Act 2004 – relevant sections include s.11 and section 16]
|Under the Children Act 2004 local authorities are required to provide services for children in need for the purposes of safeguarding and promoting their welfare|
Care Act 2014 – relevant sections include s.1 and s.6
The Care Act allows the sharing of adult information with care and support needs to keep them safe from abuse and neglect
Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 – relevant sections include those under Part 4, Part 5 and Part 9
This Act provides a framework to address criminal activity, which falls under anti-social behaviour to provide better protection for victims and communities.
Crime & Disorder Act 1998
The Act makes provision for preventing crime and disorder; this gives power to disclose information to specified relevant authorities where the disclosure is necessary or expedient for the purposes of the Act.
The lawful basis for using your information
The lawful basis conditions under GDPR will be Article 6 (c) legal obligation and (e) public task, therefore (a) consent is not required. Furthermore, where we are processing special category data, this will be under GDPR Article 9 (h).
The categories of personal data that will be processed include:
- Contact data (name, DOB, address, phone number)
- Criminal data
- Health data (mental health)
Who we share your information with?
Your information will be shared with the following organisations.
|Organisation we share your information with||What information we share|
Local authority responsible for the young person
|Personal details, special category data, location data. Any relevant information regarding the young person on a need to know basis. This will include information to prevent further crimes and to safeguard children and young people.|
Personal details, special category data, location data. Any relevant information regarding the young person on a need to know basis. This will include information to prevent further crimes and to safeguard children and young people.
Rescue and Response project partners (Abianda, St Giles, Safer London)
Personal details, location data, referrals data, any relevant information regarding the young person on a need to know basis. This may include intelligence to prevent further crimes and to safeguard children and young people
Any relevant information regarding the young person on a need to know basis. This may include intelligence to prevent further crimes and to safeguard children and young people.
Who we collect data from
We get and receive information from Brent Council- Rescue and Response project, Rescue and Response project partners (Abianda, St Giles, Safer London), all London Borough, Probation and the Police.
The information that we get is referral data, personal date, special category data. In accordance with the GDPR guidelines, ARTICLE 5(1)- it will not be retained longer than necessary in relation to the purpose for which such data is processed. Each party shall apply their own retention schedules.
Brent Council shall process your information in adherence to your information rights under the Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR.
Brent Council, Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ is the data controller as defined by Data Protection legislation.
If you would like to discuss anything in this privacy notice, please contact the Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, or in writing to the Data Protection Officer, Brent Council, Civic Centre, Engineers Way HA9 0FJ.
Contact Brent's DPO
Contact our Data Protection Officer if you have any questions regarding our privacy practices.
Brent Civic Centre
Wembley HA9 0FJ