90 days from today is Sat, 26 December 2020
16 May 2018
WMP Benevolent Fund urges its members to remain in touch when new data law arrives
West Midlands Police Benevolent Fund is asking its members to stay connected once the new data protection Laws (GDPR) come into force on 25 May.
In order to be GDPR compliant, the Benevolent Fund will need the permission of its 6500 plus members to stay in touch even if they are already receiving information about its member benefits and services. If members don’t give consent to stay in touch, unfortunately all communication from the Fund will end after this date.
WMP Benevolent Fund currently holds personal data of all its members, including details of a nominated beneficiary.
Every month it provides help and support to serving officers, police staff and retired members in their hour of need.
If you’re a member of WMP Benevolent Fund and are happy for the Fund to remain in contact with you about your membership please give consent via the link here: https://www.wmpben.co.uk/consenttocontact/
For more details about WMP Benevolent Fund and how to join visit www.wmpben.co.uk