Kew Comets Junior Football Club Privacy Statement
The importance of privacy
The Kew Junior Football Club (KJFC) recognises that privacy is important. The KJFC is committed to ensuring that personal or health information is collected, stored and used only in accordance with relevant privacy laws such as the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic).
Collection of Personal Information and Health Information
The KJFC collects personal information (names, addresses, date of birth) on a voluntary basis for the primary purpose of holding records of its membership and, in particular, records about juniors who play for the club and their parents. These persons are the vast majority of the KJFC membership. The Kew Comets JFC maintains a mailing list which is used so the club can distribute information to members on key operations such as training, games, club functions, etc. Also, the KJFC collects health information from its player members relating to treating and recording football injuries and any pre-existing medical conditions.
Player membership information and health information is given to the Yarra Junior Football League (YJFL) if KJFC players are selected to represent the YJFL and when games are to be played interstate.Security of Information
The KJFC takes all reasonable steps to protect the personal information and the health information that it holds from misuse and loss, and from unauthorised access, modification or disclosure.Right to Access Information
You have a right to access any information that the KJFC holds about you. If the information is not accurate, complete and up to date, you can ask us to modify our records.