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Copyright and Disclaimer and FOI

Copyright and Disclaimer and FOI

Copyright

All Casey Cardinia Libraries materials, including pages, documents and graphics, audio and video, are owned by Casey Cardinia Libraries and are protected by copyright law. Apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under copyright legislation, no part may be reused for any purpose whatsoever without written permission from Casey Cardinia Libraries.

Disclaimer

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information about Casey Cardinia Libraries on these web pages. Casey Cardinia Libraries cannot take responsibility for any claim, loss, damage or liability arising out of the use of the information contained herein.

These web pages also provide links to other sites. It is the users sole responsibility to decide on the appropriateness, accuracy, currency, reliability and correctness of the content found. Casey Cardinia Libraries does not necessarily endorse any company or information accessed from this site.

Freedom of Information

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, members of the public have the right to request information and access documents about their personal affairs and the activities of Casey Cardinia Libraries.

A Freedom of Information (FOI) Request needs to be made in writing to the agency that holds the documents being requested. Requests for documents in the possession of Casey Cardinia Libraries should be addressed to:

Chief Executive Officer
Casey Cardinia Libraries
Locked Bag 2400
CRANBOURNE 3977

The Chief Executive Officer is the ‘Principle Officer’ of Casey Cardinia Libraries for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act 1982. Online FOI request lodgement and further information about how to make a request can be found at www.foi.vic.gov.au Telephone enquiries can be made on 1800 577 548.

For further information, see the Detailed Part II Freedom of Information Statements. 

Casey Cardinia Libraries is a public library service formed under Section 196 of the Local Government Act 1989. Casey Cardinia Libraries is formed by the signing and gazetting of a Regional Library Agreement by the two participating member Councils: the City of Casey and Cardinia Shire Council.

The Agreement formally creates the Casey Cardinia Libraries, which then exists as a Corporation under the Local Government Act 1989, subject to the requirements of that Act and existing as a separate legal entity, able to sue and be sued.

The primary function of Casey Cardinia Libraries is to operate, manage and administer public library services to the approximately 340,000 residents and ratepayers of the City of Casey and the Cardinia Shire Council. These library services include the management of library buildings and resources; provision of a lending collection of library materials; information services and support (including internet and electronic resources); public programs and activities for adults and children; local history and cultural information and resources.

Information relating to the organisation and function of Casey Cardinia Libraries can be found at various locations, including the website, library branches, the member Councils and the Library Administration.

Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation. If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting Casey Cardinia Libraries directly.

Casey Cardinia Libraries develops a range of policies and practices. The public can provide feedback via the Casey Cardinia Libraries website, use special feedback forms available at library branches, or write directly to the address below.

Members of the public can write directly to Casey Cardinia Libraries Administration seeking information on any aspect of its operations. Correspondence can be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer of Casey Cardinia Libraries. Contact details for the Library Branches can be found on the Casey Cardinia Libraries website.

Chief Executive Officer
Casey Cardinia Libraries
Locked Bag 2400
CRANBOURNE 3977

The Chief Executive Officer is the ‘Principle Officer’ of Casey Cardinia Libraries for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act 1982.

Casey Cardinia Libraries creates a large number of documents and records in the course of its operations. Casey Cardinia Libraries uses electronic and manual means to store, access and manage a wide range of electronic and hard copy documents.

Document Types

The types of documents that Casey Cardinia Libraries handles include:

    • Policies, procedures and standards
    • Briefings and reports
    • Membership records
    • Bibliographic record
    • Correspondence
      Meeting records
    • Financial records
    • Website and electronic material, including audio-visual material
    • Building plans and diagrams

 

Document Categories

        • Board agendas, minutes and reports
        • Management Policies and procedures
        • Library Corporation Plan; Strategic Resource Plan; Annual Operating Plan
        • Corporate Management Team agendas, minutes and reports
        • Library Management Team agendas, minutes and reports
        • Branch and Specialist agendas, minutes and reports
        • Staff files and documents
        • Patron membership records and associated data files, including correspondence
        • Financial records, transactions, receipts
        • Library bibliographic database and item transaction records
          Information technology files, data and associated reports and records
        • Compliance records and reports

       

    • The Casey Cardinia Libraries website and the organisational chart outline the main areas of work that Casey Cardinia Libraries undertakes and in which areas documents would be created.

      Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation. If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting Casey Cardinia Libraries directly.

Under the Freedom of Information Act 1982, members of the public have the right to request information and access documents about their personal affairs and the activities of Casey Cardinia Libraries.

A Freedom of Information (FOI) Request needs to be made in writing to the agency that holds the documents being requested. Requests for documents in the possession of Casey Cardinia Libraries should be addressed to:

Chief Executive Officer
Casey Cardinia Libraries
Locked Bag 2400
CRANBOURNE 3977

The Chief Executive Officer is the ‘Principle Officer’ of Casey Cardinia Libraries for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Act 1982. Online FOI request lodgement and further information about how to make a request can be found at www.foi.vic.gov.au Telephone enquiries can be made on 1800 577 548.

Information on how Casey Cardinia Libraries receives and processes Freedom of Information (FOI) requests can be found at the places listed below.

Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation. If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting Casey Cardinia Libraries directly.

Casey Cardinia Libraries produces a range of publications and brochures, many of which can be accessed through the Casey Cardinia Libraries website.

In some circumstances it is not possible to supply the publication as a download. If this is the case then the website provides details of how to contact the Casey Cardinia Libraries to obtain copies of any relevant publications.

Details of financial statements, audited accounts and other financial reports are available subject to any commercial-in-confidence and other contractual matters that might apply. (FOI requirements apply to such documents).

Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation.

If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting Casey Cardinia Libraries directly.

This section highlights a few of the instances where Casey Cardinia Libraries publishes internal rules policies and procedures.

Casey Cardinia Libraries does publish some limited information on policies and procedures on this website, however most information of this type is held offline, at the Library Headquarters and the Library Branches.

Documents of this nature which are not available online may be made available by submitting a request directly to Casey Cardinia Libraries:

Chief Executive Officer
Casey Cardinia Libraries
Locked Bag 2400
CRANBOURNE 3977

Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation.

If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting the Library Corporation directly.

This section illustrates examples of where Casey Cardinia Libraries publishes final reports and records of decisions relating to policy.

Reports relating to detailed financial records are maintained by Casey Cardinia Libraries and may be made available to Councillors, Council Officers and the general public (subject to FOI requirements, if applicable).

Enquiries should be directed to Casey Cardinia Libraries :

Chief Executive Officer
Casey Cardinia Libraries
Locked Bag 2400
CRANBOURNE 3977

Please note: the resource locations and content presented within the overall Part II Statement provides only a snapshot of the information that is available and is by no means an exhaustive representation.

If searching for a specific topic, more thorough results may be obtained by conducting a full search of this site or by contacting Casey Cardinia Libraries directly.

Location of resources based on category:

Key Documents
Resource location: CCL website: dev.cclc.vic.gov.au, Library Headquarters

Key structures and functions

Resource Location: Library plan; organisational chart; Library Headquarters

Library Branches
Resource Location: Library plan; organisational chart; Library Headquarters

Library Corporation Annual Reports
Resource Location: Annual report and repository at Library Headquarters