The Council already holds some personal data in order to fulfil its statutory duties to provide services to families.
This data includes:
- Dates of birth
- Post code
The following types of special categories of personal data are also collected:
- Racial or ethnic origin
- Religious or philosophical beliefs
- Data concerning a person’s sex life or sexual orientation
In addition to this, the following types of information are also sometimes collected:
- Safeguarding measures and interventions
- Family context
- Details of the abuse perpetrated
The information above is already held and will be shared with LMU anonymously so that they can evaluate the effectiveness of the S&T project, please see the section below ‘Who your information will be shared with’.
Information will also be shared with Respect Project as the Council’s main delivery partner for this project, the data will be shared anonymously.
Workforce data will also be collected via anonymous surveys.