Thursday 22 October
The Salisbury Centre is a registered charity, No SCO14432.
The Salisbury Trust was founded in December 1972, and in 1972 the property at 2 Salisbury Road was purchased by the founding Trustees.
In November 2011 it changed its legal form to become a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). This is an incorporated body having charitable status under the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Act 2005. The SCIO’s registered name is The Salisbury Centre.
The registered office address is: 2 Salisbury Road, Edinburgh EH16 5AB
The type of personal information that we could collect about you includes:
We use your data for the following purposes:
Consent: We use consent to send you details by email. As is your right, you can withdraw your consent at any time. All our emails include an unsubscribe link.
Performance of a Contract: We would need to process your information if you enter into a contract with us – for example, to provide your goods or services when you purchase a book or register for a course.
Legal Obligation: We need to retain and use certain records to uphold the law, for tax purposes such as Gift Aid administration, to satisfy legal, regulatory and compliance obligations.
Legitimate Interest: We may collect and use data where this is reasonably necessary for our legitimate interests. Such processing will be fair, balanced and will not unduly impact on your rights as an individual. For example, there may be times when it is not practical or appropriate to ask for your consent and where we are confident this will not impact on your rights.
In support of our legitimate interests we may collect or process personal data in the following ways:
We collect your data when you contact us directly to:
Your data is retained for as long as is necessary for the purpose that it was collected for. We are obliged to keep certain data to fulfil certain legal obligations and matters of record keeping e.g. financial records which we are required to keep for 6 years. Any data that is retained is minimised to ensure that we are keeping only that which is required. We will securely delete all data when it is no longer required.
We will not sell or swap your personal data; and it is COI’s policy never to pass on your personal details to other organisations for their use, except when we have your express permission to do so or when the law requires it.
There may be a need to disclose your personal data upon request to regulatory and government bodies as well as law enforcement agencies.
We want to ensure that your rights are upheld when we use and store the information you give to us.
You can request a copy of the information that we have on you. This will be free of charge in most cases. Please let us have details of the personal data you want to see and proof of your identity. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
If your personal information is out of date or is incorrect, we will correct it for you on request.
Simply let us know and we will delete your details from our database. This will mean that all records of you will be erased. Please note, for legal reasons we may be required to keep certain information e.g. in the case of financial details, where we are duty bound to keep these on file for 6 years.
We will stop all communications on request. If you have given us consent you can withdraw your consent at any time. We aim to update your record within 28 days.
If you do not wish your information to be used for the purposes of screening or profiling, let us know. We aim to update your record within 28 days.
If you feel that your data is not being managed in an appropriate manner, you can raise a concern with the Information Commissioner’s Office. You can also find general information from the ICO here: https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public
As an organisation we are committed to keeping your data safe. Your personal data is stored in databases secured with strong passwords and we regularly monitor our systems for vulnerabilities. Access to your data is closely monitored; it is only accessible by staff, volunteers and contractors who are bound by appropriate policies and procedures to protect your information.
We will review the policies and procedures of any third parties that we deal with, and ensure they are compliant with data protection laws.
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