Privacy Policy

Who are we?

The Joint Civil Aid Corps (“the Corps,” “we,” “us”) operates the website (“Website”). This privacy policy details how we manage the personal information of our users (“you,” “your”) concerning your use of our Website.


Definitions and Interpretation

Data: All information submitted to the Corps via the Website, including, but not limited to, personal information as defined under the Data Protection Laws.

Data Protection Laws: Applicable legislation relating to the processing of personal Data, including the GDPR, and any UK national implementing laws, regulations, and secondary legislation.

GDPR: General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679.

User: Any third party accessing the Website not employed or engaged by the Corps.

Website: The website you’re currently using,, and its sub-domains unless excluded by their terms and conditions.


Interpretation Rules:

Singular includes plural and vice versa.

References to clauses and schedules are to those in this privacy policy.

“Person” includes individuals, firms, partnerships, corporations, and all other organization types.

“Including” means “including, but not limited to.”

Statutory provisions include amendments or re-enactments.

Headings don’t affect interpretation.

Scope of This Policy

This policy applies to actions of the Corps and Users concerning the Website and does not cover external websites or links.

As per the Data Protection Laws, The Corps is the “data controller.”


How We Collect Data

We collect Data: Given by You: When you interact with us via the Website, email, phone, or otherwise.

Collected Automatically: We collect certain data automatically during your visit to our Website, such as IP address and browsing patterns.

Our Use of Data

Your Data is used for internal record keeping and improving our services, based on our legitimate interests. You have the right to object to this use.

Data Sharing

We may share your Data with employees, agents, and professional advisors for necessary business purposes, in accordance with this policy.

Data Security

We safeguard your Data using technical and organizational measures, such as encrypted storage and password-protected access. Report any suspected data misuse to [email protected]. For online security guidance, visit


Data Retention

We hold your Data as long as necessary for our purposes or as required by law, after which it may persist in backups for legal, tax, or regulatory reasons.


Your Rights

You have rights to access, correct, erase, restrict, transfer, and object to our use of your Data. For requests or concerns, contact [email protected]. Complaints can be addressed to the ICO at


External Links

We are not responsible for external website content or their privacy practices.


Changes of Organisation Ownership

In organisation changes, User Data may be transferred as part of the organisation assets, with privacy protection remaining a priority.


General Clauses

Rights under this policy are non-transferable.

Any invalid or unenforceable policy part does not affect the remainder.

Rights or remedies’ delay or omission doesn’t imply waiver.

This Agreement is governed by English and Welsh law, under their exclusive jurisdiction.

Changes to Privacy Policy

Policy changes will be posted on the Website. Continued use after changes implies acceptance.


Contact Us: For queries, reach us at [email protected].