Who we are: Odiham District Scouts
Summary Data Protection and Privacy Statement
Odiham Scout District is committed to compliance with UK Data Protection regulations and best practice in how it meets its duties. All personnel are required to adhere to this Policy and to sign a declaration of compliance.
Odiham Scout District is the data controller and works with the Scout Association and others to process data.
Odiham Scout District is an unincorporated educational children’s charity that runs activities for the development of young people and supports Hampshire Scout districts and groups. Personal information of young people, adults, helpers and donors is processed.
The legal basis of this processing is for our legitimate interests, including administration of the Scouting programme, governance, safety and safeguarding, employment reasons, fundraising and public relations. We process data for legal reasons including maintaining safety and safeguarding records in compliance with the Scout Association’s Policy Organisation and Rules, employment purposes, and maintaining accounting records as required by authorities. We process data by reason of data subjects’ consent including providing direct electronic communications, fundraising and statistical reporting about inclusion relating to ethnicity and disability.
Personal information is only used and shared internally and externally as required for the purposes of Scouting or as required by law.
Personal data is retained as required for the good administration of Odiham Scout District and as required by law. Members’ data may not be completely erased from the Scout Association database for reasons of legitimate interest, including safeguarding.
Data subjects may make a subject access request by contacting the Chairman: email@example.com Data Subjects have rights in accordance with the UK data protection GDPR regulations.
We may collect data to operate modest analytical services to help improve our website.