Amaze collects your information via the Compass Registration Form and then stores it on the CharityLog database. Only Amaze employees access our database. We do not pass your details to any of the leisure venues that are part of the Compass Card offer. We will never pass your details on to third parties without your further consent. However, if at any time we thought you or your child or family were at risk of harm, we might have to share relevant information with agencies in place to support vulnerable people.
We are commissioned by West Sussex County Council for Compass WSx and Brighton & Hove City Council for Compass B&H, but we do not share your personal details with either local authority*. If at any point in the future this situation changed, we would contact you about what you would like to happen to your information.
*If you apply for Compass Card WSx and choose to use your card as a West Sussex library card, we will ask you separately on the Compass Registration Form to confirm you’re happy for us to pass the necessary information to West Sussex Library Service.
If you have any concerns about us contacting you, for example if you would rather we did not phone you or leave a message, please explain this in the notes section at the end of the Compass Registration Form.
You have the right to ask us to remove your details from our database at any time. Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions or would like to do this.
By ticking the statement at the beginning of the Compass Registration Form “I have read and understood the Compass Card consent and confidentiality document and agree to Amaze storing my information and contacting me about my application”, you are consenting to:
- Amaze storing your data on the Compass database
- Amaze contacting you about your application if we have queries about providing the Compass Card and reminding you to renew your card when it’s about to expire.