East Berks Branch Policy Documents
See our policies below. Clicking a policy will download the file to your device. You will then be able to open it.
- 01 – Volunteer application form (May 2019)
- 02 – Volunteer Code of conduct form (May 2019)
- 03 – Volunteer driver declaration form (May 2019)
- 04 – Volunteering handout (May 2019)
- Complaints Policy (May 2019)
- Conflict of Interest Policy (May 2019)
- Data Protection for Home Visitors (May 2019)
- Equality & Diversity Policy (May 2019)
- Health & Safety Policy (May 2019)
- Trustee Code of Conduct Policy (May 2019)
- Trustee guidelines (May 2019)
- Trustee Recruitment Policy (May 2019)
- Vulnerable Persons Policy (May 2019)
- Privacy Notice (August 2020)
- Financial Controls Policy (August 2020)
Legal & Cookies
The RSPCA is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and this is the website for the East Berkshire branch.
Each branch covers a defined area of the country and is a separately registered charity. For more information see our About Us page.
The registered charity number of the RSPCA East Berkshire branch is: No. 251481.
We are not responsible for the contents of external websites or the availability of linked pages. Inclusion of a link to an external website does not imply any endorsement by or affiliation with the RSPCA of that site, its content, any product or service its operators may provide
We endeavour to comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 2018 and we take reasonable precautions to protect your personal data. However, in the very unlikely event that security is compromised, we will not be liable, unless negligent, for unauthorised access to any data supplied by you.
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Spam – We do not send random marketing emails to personal email addresses (spam).
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