This Dialogue is being hosted by the Police Service of Scotland (Police Scotland).
Police Scotland will require that participants register with the site. Participants will be required to provide a username and email address and consent that they agree with the terms of this policy when registering. The username will be made public along with the comments made in the Dialogue. Please consider this when choosing a username. This information is collected in order to provide Police Scotland with aggregate information related to what types of individuals and groups are participating in the Dialogue.
Traffic data is collected anonymously for the purposes of analysing visitor usage patterns; however, none of this data can be associated with your individual user identity within the Dialogue. Police Scotland will use these analytics to provide a better service to our users.
Participants are reminded that Dialogue is a public forum. Participants should therefore not post personally identifiable information such as telephone numbers, addresses including street names or other contact information on this website.
For information on how we collect and process your data please see the main Police Scotland Privacy Policies.
Delib Privacy Information
Delib's software (this website) enables organisations to set up and operate democratic exercises, through which they will engage with you.
When you access and use this site, your information submitted to these exercises will go to the data controller: the organisation running this site. If you have provided it, this information may include personal data (e.g. your name, age, contact details etc.).
Delib's role is to process this data on behalf of the controller. Processing means (among other things): making sure this website runs properly, that your data is securely stored and is available to the controller so that they can do their work effectively.
Our primary purpose is in making software platforms that help you to have your say. To do this we need to make sure that when you do, your data is safe, secure, and can be worked with effectively. So that's what we do. Delib will not access your personal data unless requested to do so by the controller, and only for the purposes of helping them or you.
If you have any questions or requests about your personal data, these should be sent to the data controller in the first instance. Delib cannot directly deal with such enquiries as it does not control how your information is used.
Collection of Anonymous Browser Information
Delib stores information which is provided by your computer when you use the website. For example, your browser type, IP address, language preference, referring site, and the date and time. Delib's purpose in collecting this information is to maintain the security of the website and for the purposes of operating and improving the software.