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05/08/2020Are your details up to date?

Customer and Local Services are working hard to finalise details. The plan is to send as many people as possible a card in the first part of September. This will be done by using a combination of data to make sure they have the most up to date address.

The team are working on a slightly different plan for school age children and children under 4 years old. More details on that are to follow. There will also be a simple application process for those who for some reason haven't received their cards.

All, Islanders who have recently moved are encouraged to get in touch with Customer and Local Services on 444444 to update their home address. Individuals can also go update their details online here: www.gov.je/contactdetails

 

  
05/08/2020Les Chemin des Signaux and La Rue Baal

​Jersey Electricity will be carrying out excavation works to lay new cables as per attached map starting 10 August for 4 weeks.

Traffic lights will be located on La Rue Du Sud from 24th August to 29th August

For more information please call the parish hall on 741141

  
21/07/2020Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner ( JOIC)

The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) has seen an increase in enquiries to its office regarding the domestic use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and is reminding Islanders CCTV should be used only as a last resort where other less intrusive approaches have failed or to address real and serious threats to individual health and safety or the protection of property.

If you have to use CCTV at home, follow the JOIC's top tips for best practice:

  1. Do you really need to use CCTV? Consider carefully the position of your cameras and why you are installing CCTV. Also consider what it is you are trying to capture or resolve.
  2. If your CCTV captures images of people outside the boundaries of your home, for example in neighbours' homes or gardens, shared spaces or on a public footpath or a street, then you will need to meet certain requirements of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018.
  3. If your CCTV does capture images of people outside the boundaries of your home, then you are required to put up a sign in the area of the camera(s). The sign must:
  • Be clear, visible and readable.
  • Contain details of the purpose of the surveillance and who to contact about the recording.
  • Include contact details such as website address, telephone number or email address.
  1. If you have to use CCTV at home, preferably disable any audio facility.
  2. Remember, if your CCTV records only your property and your family, you do NOT need to comply with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 but if you install CCTV for other than a purely personal or domestic purpose (i.e. it captures images in public areas), you will be a data controller and will need to register with the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner and comply with the law.

    To view relevant JOIC guidance, click the following links:

    CCTV at Home - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-individuals/
    CCTV in the Workplace - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-organisations/

    The JOIC team can be contacted via enquiries@jerseyoic.org or call the JOIC office on 01534 716530.
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05/08/2020Are your details up to date?

Customer and Local Services are working hard to finalise details. The plan is to send as many people as possible a card in the first part of September. This will be done by using a combination of data to make sure they have the most up to date address.

The team are working on a slightly different plan for school age children and children under 4 years old. More details on that are to follow. There will also be a simple application process for those who for some reason haven't received their cards.

All, Islanders who have recently moved are encouraged to get in touch with Customer and Local Services on 444444 to update their home address. Individuals can also go update their details online here: www.gov.je/contactdetails

 

  
05/08/2020Les Chemin des Signaux and La Rue Baal

​Jersey Electricity will be carrying out excavation works to lay new cables as per attached map starting 10 August for 4 weeks.

Traffic lights will be located on La Rue Du Sud from 24th August to 29th August

For more information please call the parish hall on 741141

  
21/07/2020Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner ( JOIC)

The Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner (JOIC) has seen an increase in enquiries to its office regarding the domestic use of Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) and is reminding Islanders CCTV should be used only as a last resort where other less intrusive approaches have failed or to address real and serious threats to individual health and safety or the protection of property.

If you have to use CCTV at home, follow the JOIC's top tips for best practice:

  1. Do you really need to use CCTV? Consider carefully the position of your cameras and why you are installing CCTV. Also consider what it is you are trying to capture or resolve.
  2. If your CCTV captures images of people outside the boundaries of your home, for example in neighbours' homes or gardens, shared spaces or on a public footpath or a street, then you will need to meet certain requirements of the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018.
  3. If your CCTV does capture images of people outside the boundaries of your home, then you are required to put up a sign in the area of the camera(s). The sign must:
  • Be clear, visible and readable.
  • Contain details of the purpose of the surveillance and who to contact about the recording.
  • Include contact details such as website address, telephone number or email address.
  1. If you have to use CCTV at home, preferably disable any audio facility.
  2. Remember, if your CCTV records only your property and your family, you do NOT need to comply with the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2018 but if you install CCTV for other than a purely personal or domestic purpose (i.e. it captures images in public areas), you will be a data controller and will need to register with the Jersey Office of the Information Commissioner and comply with the law.

    To view relevant JOIC guidance, click the following links:

    CCTV at Home - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-individuals/
    CCTV in the Workplace - https://www.jerseyoic.org/resource-room/surveillance-for-organisations/

    The JOIC team can be contacted via enquiries@jerseyoic.org or call the JOIC office on 01534 716530.
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175St Brelade Battle of Flowers
12/12/2020Christmas Bazaar ** Date To Be Confirmed **