Community Security Trust

Statement of Data Protection Principles

Community Security Trust (“CST”) has updated its privacy policy to comply with new data privacy laws. The confidentiality of your personal data is important to us and we want to be open about how we use personal data, which we will treat in a fair, transparent and lawful manner.

When processing personal data our aim is to ensure that our processing:

  • (a) is lawful, fair and transparent;
  • (b) is for well-defined and legitimate purposes only;
  • (c) is adequate, relevant to and serves these purposes without going beyond them;
  • (d) ensures data is accurate and, where necessary, kept up-to-date;
  • (e) retains data for appropriate times for the purpose for which data is processed;
  • (f) ensures appropriated security of personal data.

CST relies mainly on the lawful basis of the legitimate interest of protecting Jewish communal security and safety to process and retain personal data.

We will always respect the rights and freedoms of data subjects and respond to any requests to the best of our ability.

If you would like to know more about how CST processes your data, please see our privacy notice OR please contact compliance@cst.org.uk for a copy of our privacy notice.

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“"The Guardian of Israel doesn't slumber or sleep". This feeling of safety and security that we search for and need is gratefully appreciated when it's given to us by the CST. It really is a pleasure to work with the CST and to be looked after and cared for by them. Where ever I go throughout Britain, in all our Synagogues from north to south the impact and help given by the CST is warmly valued.”

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner
Senior Rabbi, Reform Judaism