Data Protection statement
Suffolk County Council is committed to protecting your privacy and will treat your personal data in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and subsequent, revised UK data protection law.
You can read our corporate and service specific privacy notices for more information.
Requesting access to the information we hold about you
You can make your request, either verbally or in writing.
If you wish to make a written request, please send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post, to:Data Protection Team,Constantine House,5 Constantine Road,Ipswich,SuffolkIP1 2DH
If you wish to make your request verbally, call the Data Protection Team on 01473 265323.
You will be required to provide documentary evidence of your identity and your current address. If you are making a request on behalf of somebody else, you will also need to provide evidence of your authority to act.
Please see our detailed guide to accessing your records (PDF, 105KB) for details of acceptable documentation and further information about how to request access to your records.
If you have any queries, please contact the Data Protection Team at email@example.com.
You may also like to read
- Data Protection Policy (PDF, 115KB)
- Suffolk County Council’s Privacy Notice
- Suffolk County Council Approach to Information Management and Informatics (PDF, 303KB)
- Privacy notice about use of confidential data relating to births and deaths (Word, 18KB)
- Privacy notice about use of NHS numbers by Adult Community Services (ACS) and Health, Wellbeing and Children’s Services (HWCS) (Word, 21KB)
- Disclaimer and copyright statement
- Disclosure of personal data for the purposes of crime and taxation (Word, 101KB)
- Suffolk Information Sharing Charter (PDF, 82KB)
- Staff Acceptable use of Information Systems Policy (PDF, 209KB)
We use live chat software on our website. This is provided by Click4Assistance, a third-party UK-based software company. You can read information explaining how the data is processed and stored.
Cookie and log files policy
A "cookie" is a small data file created by your web browser and normally stored on your computer. We use temporary "session" cookies that are only stored in your browser's memory whilst you visit our web site. If your browser accepts the cookies used on our web site, we do not gain access to any personal data. The information collected by the cookie permits the web site to assist you to navigate.
Find out about the cookies we use on this website.
Phone: 01473 265323
Postal address:Data Protection Team
Performance and Information Management
Suffolk County Council