Requests under the Data Protection legislation
As stated above, if we hold any data about you, you have the right to ask for a copy of it through a subject access request (SAR).
There are a small number of cases where we do not have to give you the information you have asked for. For example, if we are using data for the purposes of investigating, preventing or detecting crime, or apprehending or prosecuting offenders where to do so would be likely to prejudice those purposes. In cases where it is known the police are investigating, or prosecuting offences, we will ask for their view on whether providing you with the information would prejudice their activities.
Guidance is also available on how to Obtain information about yourself held by MOD.
If you wish to exercise any of your other rights with regards to your personal information, please see our guide on Data Protection: rights for data subject. Or contact:
MOD Information Rights Team
Ground floor, Zone D
London SW1A 2HB
Email: [email protected].
Email MOD Information Rights Team