This Privacy notice covers how we use the information that you have provided as a Highways Volunteer, the reasons for doing so, and also what rights you have in connection with the information we hold about you.
East Sussex Highways takes data protection seriously. Please be assured that your information will be used appropriately in line with data protection legislation, will be stored securely and will not be processed unless the requirements for fair and lawful processing can be met.
To become a volunteer for the Deer Warden or Snow Plough Schemes we will require your name, contact details and other information necessary for assessing your application and the administration of the scheme.
The details you provide will be used to assess your application, for the administration of the scheme and to contact you regarding your participation in the scheme.
Your information is not processed outside of the European Economic Area.
We aim to maintain high standards, adopt best practice for our record keeping and regularly check and report on how we are doing. Your information is never sold for direct marketing purposes.
Our staff are trained to handle your information correctly and protect your confidentiality and privacy.
Your consent will be requested to process your information when you first sign up to become a volunteer.
Your data will only be used by East Sussex Highways for the purposes of administering the schemes.
The Deer Warden scheme is run in partnership with Sussex Police. Deer Warden data will be shared with Sussex Police who manage some aspects of the scheme including contacting wardens to notify them of incidents and assessing suitability of candidates.
Any sharing of personal data is always made:
Information is only shared with those who have a "need to know" or where you have consented to the sharing of your personal data to such persons.
We may use the information we hold about you to assist in the detection and prevention of crime or fraud. We may also share this information with other bodies that inspect and manage public funds.
Under data protection legislation, you have the right:
You can find out more about your rights on the East Sussex County Council website or contact the East Sussex County Council Customer Team (details below).
East Sussex Highways is part of East Sussex County Council. You can find out more information about data protection on the East Sussex County Council website.
Should you have any further queries on the uses of your information, please speak to our Highways Customer Team on 0345 60 80 193, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: East Sussex Highways, Ringmer Depot, The Broyle, East Sussex, BN8 5NP
To request a copy of your information or make a complaint, please contact the East Sussex County Council Customer Team online, phone 01273 482913 or write to: Customer Services Team, East Sussex County Council, W1D, County Hall, St Anne’s Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1UE.