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Who else might we share your personal information with?

13 February 2019

Sometimes we may need to share your information, but we will only do so where it is necessary or required by law. We will only share the minimum information for each circumstance.  We may sometimes need to share some of your personal information with one or more of the following:

Police 
Other Government Agencies, e.g. Department for Education, HMRC, The Health and Safety             Executive, Cabinet Office, the Planning Inspectorate
Office of the Public Guardian
Land Registry
Other Local Authorities
Health agencies
Education providers
Youth Offending Service
Other ECC services
Judicial agencies, e.g. courts
Commissioned partners
Employee representatives
Client departments 
Legal representatives of other parties
Parties to proceedings
Barristers’ Chambers and external Counsel
Regulatory bodies
Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service
Safeguarding boards
Safeguarding partners
HM Prison Service
Insurance companies and brokers
Counter Fraud partners
External auditors
Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
General public – in the event of a public inquiry or published applications

We may also use Data Processors to support these activities, for example by providing the systems we need or delivering services on our behalf. These include: