Our data privacy promise
- If you contact us via public social media, or attend a community council meeting, please be aware that your information will be in the public domain.
- If you attend a community council, we will ask you to formally confirm that we can record your name in our meeting minutes against. Otherwise we will not retain a record that you attended a meeting. Our minutes are in the public domain on our website and on our village notice boards. Stirling Council also hold a copy of our minutes.
- If you contact us privately, we will treat your information confidentially, and will always request your explicit permission to share any of your details with the council members, at council meetings or with anyone else. You have the right to raise an issue anonymously and we will handle your issue accordingly.
- If you contact us privately , we will retain your details while we are working on the issue you raised and on completion we will anonymise anything we hold with regards to your issue and archive as part of the community council’s historic business.
- Where you have provided us with your contact details as part of a Community Council initiative, we will always ask your permission to hold these details and provide a reason why we want to hold them. We will keep them on record until the initiative is completed, or until you ask us to remove them.
- We will keep your details and any other information you provide securely and have controls in place to make sure this information cannot be used inappropriately.
- You have the right to change your mind about any permission given to us. If you want to review, amend or remove any of your details, please write to ku.gr1544830299o.ccn1544830299orfla1544830299b@ria1544830299hc1544830299
Balfron Community Council take your privacy seriously and any collected information will only be used in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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