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Privacy Policy

RCCG Victory Centre Oxford Privacy Policy
This privacy policy sets out how RCCG Victory Centre Oxford(aka VCO) uses
and protects any information that you give
when you use this website and our
online services.
VCO is a bible believing church that is
committed to ensuring that your
privacy is protected and to maintaining the
security of any personal
information received from you. Should we
ask you to provide certain
information by which you can be identified
when using this website and our
online services, you can be assured that it
will only be used in accordance
with this privacy statement. We strictly
adhere to the requirements of the data
protection legislation in the UK. You may
also visit our site anonymously.
The information we collect
When you make any enquiry or register for
services on our site and online
services, VCO may collect general
information about you such as your name,
contact details and email address. We may
also collect other types of
personal information during the course of
dealing with you, for example,
when you register for conferences or
events, and when you participate in
Church activities or complete other forms.
We may also collect information
about your usage of our website as well as
information about you from emails
or letters you send to us.
How we use your information
The Church will use the personal
information we collect for the purpose
disclosed at the time of collection, or
otherwise as set out in this Privacy
Policy. We require this information to
understand your needs and provide you
with a better service. We will not use your
personal information for any other
purpose without first seeking your consent,
unless authorised or required by
law. Any of the information we collect from
you may be used in the following
ways:
To answer your inquiry by post, telephone,
mobile phone, fax as well as
email.
To improve our website and online services
(we continually strive to
improve our website and online offerings
based on the information and
feedback we receive from you).
To improve customer service (your
information helps us to respond
more effectively to your requests and
support needs).
To establish and maintain your involvement
with the Church, including
providing you with regular correspondence.
To register you for events and conferences.
To send periodic promotional emails or
messages. The email address
or mobile phone number you provide may
be used to send you
information about new events, services or
other information which we
believe may be of interest to you.
Note: If at any time you would like to
unsubscribe from receiving future
emails or if we have contacted you in this
way without obtaining your prior
consent, we will include detailed
unsubscribe instructions at the bottom of
each email.
The information you provide to us will be
held on computers in the UK and
may be accessed by or given to our staff
and associated corporations who
act for us for the purposes set out in this
policy or for other purposes
approved by you. Those parties process
information, fulfil and deliver orders,
process credit and debit card payments and
provide support services on our
behalf.
Your personal information will be kept
strictly confidential. It is never sold,
given away, or shared with anyone, unless
we’re required to by law.
Access to your information
You can request access to the personal
information that the VCO holds about
you by contacting us using details as set out
in the contact section further
below. We will provide you with access to
your personal information unless
we are legally authorised to refuse your
request.
If you wish to change personal information
that is out of date or inaccurate at
any time, please contact us. After notice
from you, we will take reasonable
steps to correct any of your information
which is inaccurate, incomplete or
out of date. If you wish to have your
personal information deleted, please let
us know and we will delete that information
wherever practicable.
We may refuse your request to access,
amend or delete your personal
information in certain circumstances. If we
do refuse your request, we will
provide you with a reason for our decision
and, in the case of amendment, we
will note with your personal information
that you have disputed its accuracy.
How we protect your information
We are committed to ensuring that your
information is secure. To prevent
unauthorised access or disclosure, we have
implemented suitable physical,
electronic and managerial procedures to
safeguard and secure the
information we collect online.
The Internet is not a secure method of
transmitting information. Accordingly,
the Church cannot accept responsibility for
the security of information you
send to or receive from us over the Internet
or for any unauthorised access or
use of that information. We take security
measures to protect your
information from access by unauthorised
persons and against unlawful
processing, accidental loss, destruction and
damage. Your information will be
held for a reasonable period or as long as
the law requires.
Cookies
Cookies are small amounts of information
that we store on your computer.
Unless you have indicated your objection
when disclosing your details to us,
our system will issue cookies to your
computer when you log on to the site.
Cookies make it easier for you to log on to
the site during future visits. You should also
be aware that general information can be
automatically collected
through the use of cookies. Such
information will not identify you personally
as it is statistical data about our visitors and
their use of our site. This
statistical data does not identify any
personal details whatsoever.
Overall, cookies help us provide you with a
better website, by enabling us to
monitor website traffic and to personalise
the contents of the site for you.
You may set up your computer to reject
cookies although, in that case, you
may not be able to use certain features on
our site.
Links to other websites
You might find on our website, links to
other websites of interest. You should
exercise caution and look at the privacy
statement applicable to the website
in question. We do not accept any
responsibility or liability for any
information which you provide whilst
visiting such sites and such sites are
not governed by this privacy statement.
Social media widgets
Our website may include social media
features, such as the Facebook Like
button and widgets, such as the Share This
button or interactive miniprograms
that run on our site. These
features may collect your IP address,
which page you are visiting on our site, and
may set a cookie to enable the
feature to function properly. Social media
features and widgets are either
hosted by a third party or hosted directly on
our website. Your interactions
with these features are governed by the
privacy policy of the company
providing it.
Changes to this Privacy Policy
The Church may amend this Privacy Policy
from time to time by having the
amended version on our website at
rccgvictorycox.org. We recommend that you
check our website from time to time to
inform yourself
of any changes in this Privacy Policy or any
of our other policies.


Contacting us
If you have any questions, queries or
problems relating to this Privacy Policy
or our information handling practices in
general, please contact us by calling
+44 (0) 7921541229 emailing:
info@rccgvictorycox.org, or writing to RCCG
Victory Centre Oxford, 14 Orchard Way
Witney, Oxfordshire OX28 4EW.
RCCG Victory Centre Privacy Policy 2018
25/05/2018 19:16


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