The Ombudsman for Children’s Office was established as an independent statutory body under the Ombudsman for Children Act 2002. The Ombudsman for Children has two primary functions; to investigate complaints made against public bodies, schools and voluntary hospitals and to promote the rights and welfare of children.
Under section 4 of the Data Protections Act a person has a right to be given a copy of his/her personal data. If you would like a copy of such data the OCO will need an official form of identification along with a Subject Access Request in writing, either by email to email@example.com or in writing to:
Ombudsman for Children’s Office
52-56 Great Strand St
Under section 6 of the Acts, a person has a right to have his/her personal data corrected, if inaccurate, or erased, if there is not a legitimate reason for the retention of this data. There is no fee for this. OCO shall comply within 40 calendar days of the receipt of such a request.
The Ombudsman for Children’s Office take its security responsibilities seriously in relation to the retention of data through the OCO website and endeavours to take all necessary physical and technical measures to ensure that information collected is secure. The Ombudsman for Children’s office will regularly review these measures.
The Ombudsman for Children’s Office will routinely review all data supplied to the OCO through the website to ensure that all information stored is necessary.
If you have any queries regarding the collection of information by the Ombudsman for Children’s Office you can submit them in writing to the office or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cookies are small text files which are stored on your computer. The information contained in a cookie is set by a website and can be used by that website on each visit.
First Party Cookies we set
Here is a list of cookies which OCO.ie sets:
Style – We have some options on our site to make it easier to view for partially sighted visitors. This cookie remembers the visitor’s preferred setting.
SN4accb396c1e09 – This cookie is used by our website to keep track of visitor sessions.
Third Party Cookies
Youtube – we have some Youtube videos embedded on the site. Youtube may set cookies to track usage or remember preferences.
Twitter – we have some likes to Twitter on the site. Twitter may set cookies if you interact with it.
Yahoo Web Player – We use Yahoo’s Web Player to deliver some audio files on the site. The player sets cookies to enable its use.
Google Analytics (cookies named _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz) – Google Analytics helps us gather information about how people use our site. This information recorded is anonymous and includes the number of visitors to the site, where they navigated from and what pages they visited. This information enables us to improve our site.
How to manage cookies
For more about cookies and how to manage them visit aboutcookies.org