What will happen to my data?
Which information about me is recorded?
If you call Verwantencontact 088 269 00 00, the following personal information will be recorded: your last name, initial(s), first name, gender, date of birth, address and telephone number.
Which information about my loved one will be recorded?
If you call Verwantencontact 088 269 00 00, the following details about the person you are looking for will be recorded: their last name, initial(s), first name, gender, date of birth, address and telephone number. Your relationship with your loved one will also be recorded.
Verwantencontact will also ask about your loved one’s nationality and any distinctive physical characteristics. You are not obliged to provide this information.
Why is my data recorded?
Verwantencontact 088 269 00 00 only records information about you and the person you are looking for so that you can be informed about your loved one as soon as possible.
Who can access my data?
Employees of Verwantencontact and of the municipality or safety region which has decided to use Verwantencontact will be able to view your information.
Who will my data be shared with?
If you call Verwantencontact 088 269 00 00, we will ask you whether you give permission the municipality contacting you after some time to provide information or aftercare, such as victim support. We will only share your contact details with the municipality where you live if you have consented agreed to this. Your data will not be shared for anything else.
How long will my data be stored?
Verwantencontact stores the information about the person you are looking for and about you for six weeks, for processing purposes. After this period, any information about you and your loved one will be destroyed.