WHO WE ARE
Justice For Ryan (referred to herein as ‘JFR’) is an umbrella title governing a variety of activity, fundraising and operations in memory of the late Ryan Passey, who was killed in August of 2017. It includes a non-profit organisation and attached community trust (the ‘Ryan Thomas Passey Family Charity’ or ‘R.T.P.F.C’) which seek to raise funds to further the aims of Ryan’s family and friends in fighting for justice in Ryan’s name, helping to change British Law surrounding knife crime, to support the friends and families of other victims of knife crime and other violent death, and any ongoing legal action and strategy regarding Ryan Passey’s own case.
This site, www.justiceforryan.org, acts as the official JFR website, and is here to specifically inform the public about the aims, goals and activities of the JFR campaign, providing news and updates in blog and video form, allowing persons to donate to the campaign cause and purchase merchandise, provide a calendar of upcoming events, as well as other important information and news.
The site will also provide links to, where necessary, various important external sites - including any relevant petitions or external fundraising sites, such as GoFundMe etc.
As a responsible, transparent organisation, we have no need, use or desire to use your personal data or contact information in any way other than absolutely essential, and only to the extent you personally agree.
In complacent with the recommendations and regulations of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), enforceable as of May 25th 2018, all members and visitors must OPT-IN or manually input your information before we will use your data to contact you, and we will maintain complete transparency within this policy and within our communication in how you can opt both in and out of any communication with us, as well as details on how to access what data we have on you and why, as well as request that data be deleted/removed from our databases.
Please feel free to have a read of our policy and discover the when, where and why on the data we may collect and use, and if you still have any queries or questions, or would like to request details of any information we may hold on you, please do not hesitate to get in touch at .
TYPES OF DATA WE COLLECT
What are Cookies?
It also allows us to see how many visitors go on to click through to the associated websites, go on to purchase merchandise or donate to our campaign, and other important statistical information that we need to support your online experience with us.
What information is collected?
How are cookies managed?
What are cookies use for?
The main purposes for which cookies are used are:
For technical purposes essential to effective operation of our website.
To enable JFR to collect information about your visitor browsing patterns, interaction with specific areas of the site, clickthrough to merchandise, and other important diagnostics.
How do I disable cookies?
If you want to disable cookies you need to change your website browser settings to reject cookies. How you can do this will depend on the browser you use. Further details on how to disable cookies for the most popular browsers are set out below:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
Choose the menu “tools” then “Internet Options”
Click on the “privacy” tab
Select the appropriate setting
For Google Chrome:
Choose Settings > Advanced
Under “Privacy and security”, click “Content settings”
Choose Preferences > Privacy
Click on “Remove all Website Data”
For Mozilla Firefox:
Choose the menu “tools” then “options”
Click on the icon “privacy”
Find the menu “cookie” and select the relevant options
For Opera 6.0 and further:
Choose the menu “Files”, then “preferences”
What happens if I disable cookies?
This depends on which cookies you disable, but in general the website may not operate properly if cookies are switched off. This may lead to audio-visual problems, slow loading times, and other complications with successfully navigating the site.
When someone visits www.justiceforryan.org, we use a third party service - Google Analytics - to collect standard internet log information and details of visitor behaviour patterns.
We do this to find out things such as the number of visitors to certain parts of the site, the general geographic location of visitors and other important diagnostics.
This information is only processed in a way which does not identify any persons. We do not make, and do not allow any third parties to make, any attempt to find out the identities of those visiting our site.
When someone visits , they may choose to ‘register’ with the site in order to be able to comment on news stories, blog posts and more. Given the personal nature of the JFR campaign, and the emotive nature of its cause, we feel it is important for people to have the opportunity to express their opinions and feelings on the important, serious news stories and updates we provide, hence enabling the ability to register and comment on our posts.
We request visitors to register before they are able to comment on our content due to the sensitive nature of much of JFR’s campaign and activity, and out of respect for the family and friends of Ryan Passey himself, who we do not wish to be exposed to any negative or offensive contributions.
When registering to be a member on this website, visitors may choose what information they wish to provide, though registration is not necessary to view any and all areas of the site. We ask only for essential information that may be needed for the purposes of verification (such as a valid working email address), or means by which we can contact individuals in the case of errors, edits made to their contributions to the site, or to help resolve any technical difficulties.
Visitors may voluntarily provide more information to personalise their membership to, and presence on, the site - such as a profile picture or status/signature to tell other visitors about themselves - but this is all entirely voluntary information that is entirely of a visitors' discretion, and can be edited/removed/deleted at any time by logging into the member control panel and selecting to edit their profile and respective areas.
PURCHASE / ONLINE STORE DATA
When you make a purchase online at , you will be required to enter certain personal contact information such as your name, address data, email and contact numbers via the eCommerce software on our website.
Any information provided at the point of purchase is essential in order for us to verify purchases, ensure items are posted to the correct persons, and also to have a means of getting in touch with the customer should there be any important updates regarding the event (i.e. stock issues, refunds etc.).
Please be assured that this information is privately and safely stored on our online booking software, which is password-encrypted and is only accessible by the JFR webmasters, and all such information will be deleted within 30 days of the completion of a sale, if no longer required.
Please also be assured we do not share any personal details with any other company without your express prior consent.
ECOMMERCE SOFTWARE: PAYPAL & STRIPE, AND SSL CERTIFICATION
When you make a purchase online at , you will be given a choice of two payment options: PayPal or Wix's online payment software.
These two methods of payment have been chosen due to their reliability, proven track record in online payments, as well as the stringent safety and encryption methods they use, all in the interests of offering a safe purchasing environment for site visitors.
Our site is also secured with appropriate SSL Certification, which is a form of security licensing and software which further protects visitors when making a purchase on this website and ensures that neither JFR or any external person or third party can see or access any of the payment details you enter at checkout.
We expressly do not share any specific personal information with any third parties without express prior consent from the individual.
We may share anonymised personal information with other organisations, such as the venues of our events, purely for the purposes of expected visitor numbers and booking levels. In the process of promoting and previewing our events with local, regional and national press and media, we may also cite expected or actual booking/registration figures and other anonymised personal information and visitation quotas.
We will never share sensitive, personal or payment information with any other persons or parties.
Across this website, you will find links to our presence on various Social Media websites and platforms, including, but not limited to Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.
As a not-for-profit organisation, JFR uses no images or copyrighted content for commercial or profitable use. We always endeavour to use only images and content that is open licence, free to use, or that we directly own the copyright for or have permission to utilise.
If you would like to request a takedown or removal of any content that appears on this website that you believe you own the Copyright for, please email us at , along with the direct URL for the offending content as it appears on our site, along with evidence of your ownership of said content.
Please be aware that it can be a criminal offence to dishonestly claim ownership or submit an untruthful or unjustified Copyright Takedown Notice.
MAILING LISTS / EVENT REGISTRATION
As part of our efforts to keep members and visitors up to date with the latest information regarding specific events, and other essential updates, we do provide the options for member to register for events and updates on our website.
As per the agreements and statements set out throughout this Policy, we only collect and use the essential details and information necessary in order to contact individuals when important event information is available - for instance, the ability to book tickets opening, an event being cancelled, a change of date/venue, and other important details.
HOW DO I OPT-IN/OUT?
In order to OPT-IN for registration and/or event updates, you will need to manually fill in the requisite registration form by clicking on the respective areas of the site, and filling in the necessary details.
ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
Under law, you are entitled to view, amend or delete the personal information that we hold at any time.
All such requests will be handled and responded to in a timely manner.
PLEASE NOTE - The revision above dated 23/03/2019 has already been configured to ensure that it is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which came into effect on 25/05/2018.
OUR POSTING AND MEMBERSHIP POLICY
COMMUNITY POSTING GUIDELINES
Registered members are entitled to reply with comments to a variety of our news and blog posts in the respective comment sections.
We kindly ask that all and any comments submitted:
Do not contain any inflammatory or derogatory accusations, insults or slurs.
Do not contain foul language or any terminology that could be considered obscene or offensive.
Are respectful to all, and do not discriminate on any grounds, including - but not limited to - gender, ethnicity, sexuality, religion, profession or age.
Do not condone or suggest any illicit or illegal activities.
Must not attempt to identify by name, or any other means, other members on this site or any persons associated with JFR without express prior permission.
Are relevant to the post being commented on, or the wider JFR campaign.
Do not contain advertising, promotion or links to any external sites in a sponsored or similar capacity.
Any individuals found breaching any of these conditions, or generally using their registration privileges for negative reasons, will be susceptible to having their membership suspended, be it temporarily or permanently, at the sole discretion of the JFR webmasters.
OUR RETURNS POLICY
Further information on the specifics of our Returns Policy for purchases made on this site can be found on the respective Store page by clicking HERE.
In regards to the validity of returns, including whether or not the quality of items being returned is of a satisfactory condition to warrant a return/refund, the final decision is at the sole discretion of the vendor. This does not affect your statutory rights.