Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions

The Primary Care Safeguarding Forum website has been created by Aqua Media using the WordPress platform. Some features, such as Google Analytics, may use cookies. You will need to consent to use of cookies.

PCSF is a membership organisation for primary care safeguarding professionals across the United Kingdom. To enable communication with members we therefore collect and store relevant information including your name, email address, postal address, telephone number, professional role, registration number with relevant professional body and place of work. This personal information will be stored securely. We will not divulge your personal details to any third party. We will provide your contact details to other members of Primary Care Safeguarding Forum only with your consent.

We will contact members by email, post or telephone for membership queries including payment of the annual subscription and for dissemination of information about any relevant safeguarding events including the annual conference. At the time of registration, we will ask for your personal preferences. We will not contact you on any matters unrelated to the legitimate business of the Primary Care Safeguarding Forum.

All members wishing to use the site are required to log in using their personal email address and a password known only to them. We will never ask you for your password. We will ask you to provide and update your personal information using templates on our website. This information will be collected solely for the purposes stated above.

The website can be used for making financial transactions for membership and conference purposes. Every effort will be taken to ensure this is done securely using Paypal.

We may also use the website to seek your opinion on any matters which are legitimate to the purpose and function of Primary Care Safeguarding Forum.

If you do not give permission for PCSF to process your personal information in this way, please send us an email to

If you feel that your subject data rights have been infringed, please tell us immediately. You can also complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office following this link