CHD Privacy Protection Policy
The Center for Human Development is committed to ensuring that any personal information it collects in both the course of doing its business and in regard to its staff is:
- Securely stored in a manner that safeguards its confidentiality;
- Accessed by, and/or provided to, only those people with a verified and legitimate business need for it;
- Properly destroyed (shredded or burned for paper records) or erased/ made unreadable (electronic media) when being disposed of.
For the purposes of this policy, personal information includes but is not limited to: Social security number, driver’s license number, state or municipal identification number, account numbers, a credit or debit card number, a passport number, an alien registration number, or a health insurance identification number, or any other personal identifiers that are not part of the public record.
The Center for Human Development communicates its privacy protection policy by distributing it to new employees upon hire, by posting it internally, including it in the employee handbook and posting on its website.