Data Protection and Privacy Statement

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

From time to time, the LSCB send out information to interested parties relating to our Training Programme, Newsletter or general information about safeguarding children and young people.  In order  as part of keeping a mailing list, we collect and process data i.e. names and e-mail addresses.  The LSCB is registered on the Information Governance Commissioner (ICO) register of data controllers.   From 25 May 2018, with the implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), to receive this general information you will need to have ‘opted in’.

During the next week, we shall be e-mailing to all currently on our distribution list requesting this consent.  If you receive this e-mail, please do complete and return.  If we do not receive consent by close of business on 24 May 2018, your details will be removed from the list and you will no longer receive information that you previously found helpful.

For new contacts, we shall be asking for consent to receive information on our on-line Training Booking Form or on our Contact Form.  If you have any questions about this or your status on our distribution list, please contact or call 020 8708 5282.

For more information on GDPR, please view the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) website.

Privacy Statement

The Redbridge LSCB is committed to protection and respecting your privacy.  We only collect personal information about people who engage or come into contact with us, usually through our Training Programme, website or Newsletter.  Please be assured that your contact details once given to us will be kept securely and not shared with any other organisation without your explicit approval.

Contact details will be kept for a maximum of three years, after which time you will be asked for new consent.

If at any time you would prefer to stop receiving our mailings, please e-mail and ask for your details to be removed from our distribution list.

Any questions regarding our privacy practices should be sent by email to or can be raised via calling 020 8708 5282.