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For more information, please use the links below to the OPCCN data protection and GDPR policies.
We respect your right to contact us confidentially. We will not usually share your information with anyone outside of OPCCN unless we have asked for your permission.
However if, in the public interest, it is necessary to disclose information provided, we may use your personal details without asking for your permission, strictly in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.
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