Church in Wales Data Protection Policies and Privacy Notices
The Representative Body of the Church in Wales (“the RB”) uses personal information to carry out its many functions supporting the mission and ministry of the Church in Wales.
The RB collects a wide range of personal data required for or incidental to the discharge of its functions, involving employees, clergy, pensions, housing, public consultations, recruitment and appointment, safeguarding, and so forth. The RB endeavours to ensure that this personal information is used in line with the expectations and interests of those with whom they come into contact, including their employees, office holders, members and the general public for the benefit of the Church and wider society and in compliance with all applicable data protection legislation.
The RB has prepared a General Privacy Notice which gives information on how your personal data is processed. The General Privacy Notice applies to most personal data processed by the RB and is applicable to clergy, former clergy, members, tenants of property owned by the RB, donors, users of our website, members of the Governing Body, individuals who contact us with enquiries or complaints, users of our website, individuals who feature in our newsletters or articles, individuals who we engage to provide services to us, individuals who engage with us on social media and individuals who undertake training courses with us.
Additional Privacy Notices are provided at the bottom of this page.
Other Useful Documents
The RB has issued a form to assist an individual in making a Subject Access Request.
The following documents are available to download:
- Clergy Personal Files Policy (PDF)
- Subject Access Request Form (Word)
- Privacy Notices