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Part A: Personal Information

Being open and transparent in how we process your personal data is important to us and therefore we aim to keep you informed of the purpose (s) for which your personal data will be used and why, where it may be shared elsewhere and why. And how long your data will be held by the FYRC.

Data Protection Officer and Data Processing:

The FYRC have appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) for you to contact if you have any concerns or questions around the FYRC’s personal data policies or practices. The FYRC’s DPO details are as follows:

Name: Karen Judd
Address: Finglas Youth Resource Centre, Mellowes Road, Finglas, Dublin D11 P654
Phone: 01-8642595
Email: karen@fyrc.ie

The FYRC are the Data Controllers of the information on the registration form. These are held in the FYRC, Mellowes Road, Finglas, Dublin D11 P654.

Personal data processed by the FYRC will only be used for the specific purposed (s) as outlined when the data is collected, or in later communications, and will only be used in accordance with the Data Protection legislation in force.

Data Subject Rights:

When you provide personal data to us you have certain rights available to you in relation to that data. These rights are outlined below and can be exercised by contact the FYRC, indicating which right you wish to exercise:

  • A right to get access to your personal information
  • A right to request us to correct inaccurate information, or update incomplete information
  • A right to receive the personal data you provided us in a portable format
  • A right to object to us processing your personal information if you believe it is not being used for the purposes for which it was provided.
  • The right to have the information we hold about you deleted. This applies to over 18 years old only.

Finally, as a data subject, should you be unhappy with the provision in this Notice you can make a complaint to the Data Protection commission, which is Ireland’s Supervisory Authority for data protection matters.

Information specific to the Data being collected on FRYC participants. The information we gather is under Data Protection Legislation, “for legitimate business purposes “only.

What information about our service users do we gather?

Personal Information.

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Nationality
  • Contact details: Phone number and email address
  • Address
  • School/College
  • Parent/Guardian Contact Details

Sensitive Information

  • Medical Information
  • Sexual orientation

What do we use this information for?

  • For contacting participants and/or their parent/ guardian.
  • For health & safety reasons e.g. we collect medical information to the extent that it is required to assess a participants readiness for programmes and food consumption.
  • For programme planning 
  • Generating reports which give an overview of the breakdown of participants by age, gender and area.
  • These reports are used for programme and strategic planning and help us continuously improve the service we provide.

Who do we share your data with?

  • We are committed to only sharing the data we collect if it is in the best interest of the participant and only at the required level. 
  • Some of the organisations we share information with are:
  • City of Dublin Youth Service Board (our funder)
  • Department of Children and Youth Affairs
  • Tusla Child and Family Agency
  • Partner organisations if we are running a collaborative programme with them.
  • Leargas (for Youth Exchanges and EVS programmes)
  • Funding Agencies

We may need to share data with other organisations not listed above, solely in the interest of the participant and service delivery.

How long do we keep personal information?

  • We retain information on all participants:
  • Seven years past their 18th Birthday or
  • Seven years after their last engagement with the service
  • Whichever is the greater of the two above.

What information on 3rd parties using the Centre do we gather?

  • Contact name
  • Address
  • Contact number
  • Garda Vetting

What do we use this information for?

  • To ensure we comply with our Child Safeguarding policy.
  • To ensure the smooth running of the use of space in the Centre

How long do we keep this information?

  • We retain all information on the use of the Centre for seven years

What information on FYRC contractors, consultants and suppliers do we gather?

  • Company Name
  • Contact name
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Email address
  • Bank details

What do we use this information for?

  • For the daily operations of the service
  • For payment of services and supplies
  • For good governance and compliance with legislation

How long do we keep this information?

  • We retain all information on the use of the Centre for seven years

Where do we store our information?

We are fully committed to keeping all personal data submitted to us safe and secure. All necessary technical measures have been put in place to ensure the safety and security of the systems which hold your data. All hard copies of personal information are held in a secure location and all data is only accessible by necessary members of FYRC staff. 

Part B: CCTV

The FYRC have internal CCTV on all exits and entrances of the building for security purposes.
The data on this CCTV is retained for one month only.
The external CCTV cameras are the responsibility of Dublin City Council. Please contact them if you would like a copy of their privacy statement around CCTV monitoring.

Part C: FYRC Website

The FYRC website is a valuable tool used to promote the service and provide information to participants of programmes and events.
We currently do not collect personal data on our website.

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