Friday, June 03, 2016

Greater London Authority (GLA) St Mungo's TST blatantly flaunts the Data Protection Act for the second time in a week, and this time under the nose of GLA Information Governance Manager Ian Lister. GLA case no. MGLA080416-8847

County Court at Central London, Royal Courts of Justice

Unbelievable! Not only have St Mungo's unravelled two agreements and four court findings in one outrageous case note against us (see previous blog post, Complaint to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan: Greater London Authority (GLA) St Mungo's TST unravels two agreements and four court findings in one unlawful case note), but yesterday evening - under the threat of immediate court action - they came up with an additional set of case notes from a second meeting with Declan last Friday that blatantly flaunt the Data Protection Act. And this under the nose of GLA Information Governance Manager Ian Lister, reference MGLA080416-8847.

These are the new Action Notes:

Phoned Active Newham. Spoke to worker (Kusima?) and confirmed answer to Mr H query re- obligations after one day intensive volunteers induction. Confirmed there were fixed obligations and volunteers would be matched with clients on the basis of their availability etc.

With this fabricated Staff Action/Intervention:

Signposted to another service.

The following would constitute accurate action notes from the same meeting:

Met with Declan at our office. Phoned activeNewham for obligations following paid-for befriending training. Spoke with Kolsuma. Informed Declan that there are no fixed obligations following a one-day training course if he wished to pursue the befriending option. (There was no staff action/intervention that involved being "signposted to another service".)

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It's not like we do not have a history when it comes to the processing of our personal data by St Mungo's. For example, this is a court order in relation to data held against us that St Mungo's (then called St Mungo's Broadway) stood in defiance of for over eight months:

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