How the council protects your personal information when you use our services.
UK General Data Protection Regulation
The UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) is legislation that sets out how we should manage and protect your personal information and it also provides you with various rights in relation to this information. This should be read alongside the Data Protection Act 2018.
Information is classed as personal if it could identify you as an individual either directly or by adding information together.
North Lincolnshire Council is committed to protecting your privacy when you use our services and our Council Privacy Notice explains how we do this and how we use your information.
In addition, we have created Privacy Notices for the different teams who use personal data. These provide more information about why we are collecting your personal information and how we use it.
We have also created a Data Protection & Confidentiality Policy [PDF, 746Kb] to explain how we will comply with the UK GDPR.
Data Protection Officer
We have a Data Protection Officer who helps us to look after your personal information and who will answer your questions about how we look after this information. Our Data Protection Officer is Phillipa Thornley. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01724 296224 and asking for your query to be directed to her.