Statistical data or research
We may also process your personal data (including special categories of personal data) for the purpose of research or compiling statistical data about the population of the city at large to help us in complying with our legal obligations, and to help the council in the effective planning and provision of future services.
Statistical data or statistical analysis will not allow the identification of any specific individual nor will it have any impact on any individual’s entitlement to council services and facilities.
We may use your personal information to administer our site and internal operations including data analysis, statistical and survey purposes (see also cookies). If we require your specific or explicit consent to do this then we shall seek your consent in advance and only after outlining to you the purpose of the proposed processing. You will have the option to withdraw your consent at any stage.
The council undertakes research both internally and with our partners such as Public Health or NHS partners. An example of the research is the National Impact Study, a major piece of national research comparing the progress of families with complex needs and requiring additional services with those who do not have the additional services. This allows the Government to determine the effectiveness of the programme. We may also conduct research for service development and planning purposes.
All research undertaken will be essential to establishing the best way of working with families and improve outcomes for them and the wider community, and save public money. All research is anonymised, meaning you cannot be identified from the personal data used in the research.