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We make every effort to ensure our website is secure and especially where confidential or sensitive information is stored or sent via our pages.

We use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology to offer the secure transfer of any confidential information or data, avoiding the decoding or interception of such information by a third party.

This will only be used on any pages containing sensitive or confidential information or on any online forms which collect sensitive or confidential information.

You can double-check to see if SSL is running on our site by looking at the address line of the page you are viewing in your browser.

When accessing a page running SSL, the first characters of the site address will change from 'http' to 'https' in your address bar and you should also see a small padlock icon.

Get safe online

The 'Get Safe Online' campaign provides information and advice on how to stay safe to individuals and businesses using the internet.

The campaign aims to raise public awareness of internet crime and provide information about the issues along with solutions.

The campaign is a joint initiative between HM Government, the National Hi-Tech Crime Unit, part of the National Crime Squad and private sector sponsors from the worlds of technology, retail and finance.

Make sure you are aware of the issues facing internet users and that you have done all you can to protect yourself by following the get safe online advice.