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Who do we share your personal data with?

Service providers and subcontractors will be processing your information on a limited arrangement only . The only information they would be provided by Duke Security is for the clients tasks and needs . All subcontractors and services providers will be in compliant with GDPR law and will be acting as a agent of dukes security.

Government agencies:

Dukes Security may share your personal data with government departments (such as the police, the tax authority or other authorities) if we are required by law to do so, or if you have agreed that we do so. We may also share your personal data with government agencies when we believe in good faith that it is necessary to protect our rights, protect your security or the safety of others, investigate crimes, or respond to a government request. Government agencies that receive your personal data will be the data controller for such processing, which means that it is not Securitas who governs how your personal data, if shared with an authority, is processed. Thus, if your personal data is shared with authorities, this Privacy Notice will not cover that processing.

How we protect your data

Dukes Security takes proper technical and organizational actions to guard your personal data and information. Dukes Security will continuously work to shield your data from accidental or unlawful destruction, loss or alteration, unauthorized disclosure of or unauthorized access to the personal data transferred, stored or otherwise processed by Dukes Security .


Your rights

Dukes Security has the utmost respect for your privacy and personal information. The rights you have mean that you can request a copy of the personal data we process about you, you can request incorrect information about you to be corrected and even under certain conditions you can request erasure of information. You may also in some cases have the right to object to Dukes Security processing of your personal data and to exercise your right to data portability.

Client's responsibility

Dukes Security does not hold an accountability for the loss of any business/customers such as closing down the premises, stolen goods, fights, arguments, finances, payments, & such activities. It is our clients responsibility to make sure to have a back up security team or have a full time security individual ready at all times. We are not responsible for the security guards absence, actions & punctuality. All issues arising must be dealt directly with the security guards which were selected for the job. If security details are required, they can be shared with the client directly & vice versa. Regarding payment absence, timings or delays the client is responsible of this. The client is legally bound to follow the conditions & rules mentioned in the Dukes Security contract/proposal.

Our responsibility.

Dukes Security has the right to cancel any contract with the client or security guard at any time without giving any reason.

Payments & finances.

Dukes Security does not hold any accountability for the payments made by its clients. We are not responsible for the delays made by our clients for any payments. Dukes security acts as a referral agency & will not & does not hold payments or make payments without it's client making the payments first. We always try our best to make the payments & finances on time but it is completely dependant on the client's of dukes security to follow up & make the payments on time on agreed date & time. Any delays, mishaps or absence will be considered the client's responsibility. If you have any concerns regarding these issues, please contact us on, our team will be able to guide you through this process & get you in touch with the specific client or the right department.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to change this Privacy Notice. If we make any changes to this Privacy Notice, we will notify you by announcing the update of the Privacy Notice online or in another appropriate manner inform you of the updated version. This Privacy Notice was last updated on 19 January 2022.

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