Information Collection and Use
To fulfil its primary function, MY OFFICE will require constituents to provide it with certain personally identifiable information that includes, but is not limited to, an Individual’s name, phone number, email, and postal address.
The information that MY OFFICE collects will be used to contact or identify a particular person, including if necessary to meet legal or security obligations (such as to allow security vetting if there is a high profile visitor attending a meeting).
This data will only be shared if MY OFFICE are compelled to do so by law (such as by court order), or to meet requirements of an event, or other reasonable obligation.
For example, MY OFFICE may have to provide the contact information for Individuals who attend an event inside the Houses of Parliament to enable security vetting to occur beforehand, or simply to ensure that only persons affiliated with MY OFFICE are able to access a specific venue where it will host an event, or to attend an event as an affiliate (such as a conference).
Unless MY OFFICE are compelled by law, personal data will only ever be shared with prior consent from the person(s) it relates to. When personal data is shared, only information that is necessary for the specific function or event will be disclosed.
If MY OFFICE are compelled to share personal data by law – for example by court order, in relation to a criminal investigation, or as part of some other lawful inquiry then it will inform the person(s) relates to unless it is legally prohibited from doing so.
An Individual’s identity would only be verified if MY OFFICE need to ensure that a particular Individual is who they claim to be, such as to gain admission to an invitation-only event hosted by MY OFFICE.
An Individual’s contact information will be used to inform them of upcoming events, share important news, draw attention to a particular matter, request that an Individual act in a particular way, or undertake a particular task (such as contacting another MP about an issue, signing a petition, spreading awareness, participating in a moment of silence, etc.).
MY OFFICE are committed to ensuring that personal data it collects is secure.
In order to prevent unauthorised access or improper disclosure, MY OFFICE have put in place suitable physical, electronic, and administrative procedures to safeguard and secure the personal data it collects.
Controlling Your Personal Information
MY OFFICE will not sell, distribute, or lease personal data to third parties unless it has the explicit permission of the person(s) the data relates to, or is required by law to do so.
A small fee may be payable and MY OFFICE will require adequate verification of identity before it can process any request.
If you would like a copy of the information held on you please send an email to EMAIL or write to ADDRESS.
If you believe that any information MY OFFICE is holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please contact MY OFFICE as soon as possible. MY OFFICE will promptly correct any information found to be incorrect.