General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

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Members may be aware of new data protection regulations that come into effect on 25th May 2018 which may affect how clubs and other shooting organisations manage data, particularly members’ personal information.

The NRA is working through a detailed review to ensure our compliancy and have drafted the documents [see below] to assist clubs and organisations in their own review of GDPR compliance.

Andrew Mercer

Group Chief Executive & Secretary General


General Data Protection Regulation Awareness Document (Clubs)

GDPR Information Audit Document (Clubs)

GDPR Data Breach Procedure (Clubs)

Model Privacy Notice (Clubs)

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