One Trafford Response privacy statement - who do we share your information with?
The One Trafford Response way of working will mean that your information will be shared with appropriate staff employed by the organisations listed here.
Each organisation will collect and use information about you in order to provide their own specific public services exactly as they do currently. However if we are able to work with you and your family using the One Trafford Response way of working they may collect information from you and your family on behalf of the other partners involved.
They may also share information that they currently have about the services they provide to you and your family, with the other organisations involved in this way of working. This is helps as the necessary information can be gathered in one go and then shared to the relevant organisation.
To make sure only the necessary information is shared at the right time, the specialist in each organisation will provide information in layers. This means that specific necessary information will be shared at first. Then if the relevant specialist has a professional need for more information, they will explain why when they are asking for it.
The information that is shared will be kept together securely. The above listed organisations will be considered Joint Data Controllers for the shared information.
The information that is provided to partners will be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act. Information will be accurate, where necessary kept up to date and will be kept for no longer than necessary, in line with each organisations’ retention schedule.
We may also need to pass your information to other people and organisations that provide a service on our behalf. These providers are obliged by legally enforceable contracts to keep your details securely, and use them only to provide the service to you in accordance with our instructions.
Additional Information sharing
Your information may also be shared with other people and organisations where the organisations are required by law to do so or with appropriate justification under the Data Protection Act, for example where the disclosure is necessary to enable the organisations to exercise their statutory functions.