ACMI values your privacy. This page describes how the privacy of your personal information is respected in a variety of common interactions with ACMI.
Personal information means information that identifies you as an individual, or from which your identity can be reasonably ascertained. Your home address, home telephone number and email address are examples of personal information.
When you send an email to ACMI, or use a contact form on the website, your personal information will only be used for the purposes for which you provided it. You will not be added to ACMI's customer database unless you have requested this.
Our Customer Database
ACMI maintains a database of customer information in order to promote its programs. This is used for printed mail as well as email. You will only be added to this database if you ask to receive this information. You can opt out of this at any time - use the manage your subscription form if you would like to be removed.
ACMI works hard to ensure the security of your information. Once it comes into ACMI's possession, reasonable steps will be taken to protect your personal information. Information will be disposed of in accordance with approved disposal schedules under the Public Records Act 1973 (VIC).
ACMI does not sell or rent its customer database to other businesses. ACMI may, from time to time, provide you with information about third party products and services that we think will interest you. In these cases, your personal information is never available to the third party.
When you are buying tickets on our website for programs or events run by, or in partnership with, other organisations, we may collect personal contact information and provide it to those third party organisations. We will always give you the option to opt out of this if desired.
ACMI does not require that you provide personal information when purchasing a ticket at the Tickets and Information Desk. In order to better understand our customers, you may be asked for your postcode or information about how you found out about an event. Providing this information is always optional.
Using the Website
You can access and browse ACMI's website without disclosing personal information. ACMI will only collect personal information from you with your consent.
In order to improve the ACMI website, and like most websites, ACMI records information about how visitors use the site. These logs include your server's address, top level domain name, date and time of visit, pages downloaded and browser used. This data does not include your name, address or any other personal information.
Please contact the ACMI Privacy Officer for access, correction and any further privacy information by email at email@example.com or by phoning ACMI Reception on (03) 8663 2200.
Protected Disclosures Guidelines and Procedures
ACMI is a public body subject to the Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic). The purpose of this Act is to encourage and facilitate the making of disclosures of improper conduct by public officers and public bodies.
ACMI's Protected Disclosure Guidelines and Procedures [PDF 60KB] aim to establish a system for the protection of persons who make a protected disclosure under the Protected Disclosure Act 2012 (Vic) from detrimental action by officers, members, employees and contractors of ACMI.