The information held by MTV Youth Hampton for children and adults is securely controlled at all times, in line with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. The information is only used for the purposes of running our clubs and events for young people as well as to keep you informed about our activities (in line with your preferences for MTV Youth Hampton contacting you). We will always handle information in a confidential manner and will not disclose it to any third party without your consent, unless we are obliged to do so by law. If 3rd party services are used we require them to adhere to the same privacy & security principles.
The information below refers to information collected and stored by the MTV Youth Hampton Charity.
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Personal information we may collect
When you donate, register online, take part in a sponsored event, contact us or interact with us in any other way MTV Youth Hampton may receive personal information about you or young people you are the guardian to, such as a name, date of birth, address, telephone number, email address, medical information or debit/credit card details. We will use this information only in line with the purpose of providing the information, such as storing consent information for a youth activity, processing payment for an event, keeping details of our regular supporters as well as to send you information about MTV Youth Hampton (based on the preferences you have indicated to us) and will delete such information when it is not longer required. Specifically the following applies:
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This policy is a working document based on the Children Act 1989, outlining Policy and Procedures which need to be followed in order to ensure the safest possible practice.
It sets out the Procedure which must be followed in the event of suspected, actual, or disclosure of abuse of a child or vulnerable adult.
This is a public document. Copies of it and supportive training are to be provided and taken up by those who work with children and young people at MTV Youth Hampton.
We have appointed Holger Marsen as our Safeguarding Lead, Nick Neilan and Penny Dimond are Deputy Safeguarding Leads. Ben Lovell is the chair of trustees and all safeguarding concerns must be reported to him or another member of the board.
A full copy of the safeguarding policy is available on request - get in touch with us via the contact form. Further details are posted inside the safeguarding policy but direct contact can be made via firstname.lastname@example.org.