Privacy Policy

This policy outlines how Langford Support Services collects, handles, and respects the personal information of users of this website. It also outlines how you can seek to access and make changes to your personal information and make a privacy-related enquiry.

Our privacy policy is guided by:

  • Privacy Act 1988
  • Australian Privacy Principles (January 2014)
  • Privacy Amendment (February 2018)

Management of information

Langford Support Services’ employees are provided with an operational framework to guide the management of privacy, confidentiality, and information security in the workplace. We ensure:

  • that information obtained by the organisation is only used for the purpose for which it is collected; and
  • that personal information collected by the organisation is protected by such security safeguards as are reasonable in the circumstances against loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure, and other forms of misuse.

Disclosure of information

Confidentiality is central to our privacy policy. We ensure the secure collection, storage and disposal of confidential information regardless of its medium. Information will not be disclosed to another party for a purpose other than it was collected for, except if:

  • the individual consents to the use or disclosure or,
  • the use or disclosure is required under an Australian Law or court/tribunal order
  • the use or disclosure is for government related identifiers
  • it will prevent or lessen a serious threat to somebody’s life, health or safety or to public health or safety; or
  • it is reasonably necessary for the organisation to take appropriate action in relation to suspected unlawful activity or misconduct of a serious nature that relates to our functions or activities.

Types of online user information

Personal information may be volunteered by the website user for purposes including provision of feedback or submitting an application. This website may also automatically collect some browsing data to inform how users access and navigate our website. Information collected by this website may include:

  • contact details (name, address, email, etc)
  • non-personal information (e.g. visitor navigation and statistics)
  • server address, browser type, date and time of visit; and
  • any other information volunteered directly by the user in feedback or application forms.


In some cases, website users at may have personal information collected using third-party tools. When an individual visits our website, these third-party tools may share anonymised information with external servers. This is done to conduct analysis and improve performance of our website and digital promotions. The information collected by these tools is not accessible to Langford in any way that is individually identifiable. By accessing, website users consent automatically to personal information being collected by third-party tools. If an individual does not wish to share information in this manner, they may update their web browser settings to control what information is sent.

Prospective employee information

The ‘Careers’ section of this website includes electronic forms in which job applicants may choose to volunteer personal information for their prospective candidacy. We collect information submitted to this form when you apply for employment. Subsequently, we may disclose personal information to, and receive further personal information from, your nominated referees. Information disclosed in job applications may include some or all the following:

  • Contact details (name, address, phone numbers, email, etc)
  • Personal details including personal details of emergency contact person(s)
  • Personal details (eg. date of birth, gender)
  • Country of birth, citizenship, residency, and/or visa details
  • Details of current/previous employment or volunteering
  • Qualifications, skills and experience
  • Information and opinions from referees for prospective employees and candidates for volunteer work
  • Police Checks and Working with Vulnerable People information.

Accessing or amending your information

You may, at any time, request access to, or correction of, the personal information collected from you by contacting We will seek to respond to your request as soon possible.