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DPOs: what your school must do for you

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Last updated on 22 May 2018
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Your school must fulfil certain requirements to help you carry out your role of data protection officer (DPO). We've set them out here so you know what you're entitled to. You can also share or discuss this with your school leaders to get them up to speed.

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  1. 1 Involve you in all data protection issues
  2. 2 Provide you with 'necessary resources'
  3. 3 Give you time and funds to attend training
  4. 4 Let you operate independently and autonomously
  5. 5 Not dismiss or penalise you for performing your task
  6. 6 DPO for your own school? Here's what else you need
  7. 7 DPO for another school? Here's what else you need

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