The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center is concerned about your privacy. When you visit this site certain information about you is automatically recognized by the web server. Also, it is possible for you to voluntarily provide information to us via this web site. We want you to know how we use (or don't use) this information.
Web Site Information
First, our web server automatically communicates with your computer and certain information is exchanged in order to facilitate your visit to our web pages. Our server automatically recognizes your domain name (in general terms this actually identifies the classification of the Internet Service Provider through which you gain access to the Internet). Examples of common domain types are: com, gov, edu, mil, org, net, and so forth.
The server also identifies your host name. Again, this is generally an identification of the Internet Service Provider you use.
None of the above information identifies you as a specific customer nor does it provide any phone numbers, names, e-mail or postal addresses. In essence, we can identify where you came from, in terms of internet access, but cannot determine who you are or where you are specifically located. We get no personal information of any kind.
The above information is used for web site management purposes only and can in no way be used to identify you.
Voluntarily Provided Information
We collect no information on customers who visit our web pages. However, if you elect to use some of the features of our pages, then you will be voluntarily providing information to us. There are only two ways in which this is done.
The first is via e-mail. Should you choose to send comments to us or to use one of our e-mail links, then you will actually be sending us an e-mail message. In the message header we will receive your return e-mail address. We will use that return address to respond back to you if a response is appropriate. Further, it is possible that you might include personal information in your message to us. If that is the case, we will use that information in responding to you.
The second way is that you might fill out a form on the site which is then transmitted to us. If the form asks for information covered by the Privacy Act, then the appropriate Privacy Act notice will be included with that form. The information will be used only for the stated purpose.
Regardless of how we obtain information about you, that information is never sold or provided to another source for any purpose. You will never be contacted by us or anyone else simply because you visited our site. We only contact you if you ask us to do so or subscribe to our mailing list.
The transmission of information to the FLETC via the web page is not secure. We do not currently have the capability of transferring information in a secure environment.
Point of Contact for Clarification
For clarification or additional information you may contact the FLETC Disclosure Officer.
The postal address is:
The phone number is (912) 261-4524.
"Cookies" are small bits of text that are either used for the duration of a session ("session cookies"), or saved on a user's hard drive in order to identify that user, or information about that user, the next time the user logs on to a Web site ("persistent cookies"). The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center's Web site and its component sites do not use persistent cookies. Certain pages on the Center’s Web site and its component sites use session cookies to provide streamlined navigation and for statistical analysis. We also use session cookies as part of a voluntary web customer satisfaction survey that will appear to a small percentage of our Web site visitors as they leave the Center’s site. Session cookies are deleted from the Center’s servers soon after your session ends and are not collected or saved. You can set up your Web browser to inform you when cookies are set or to prevent cookies from being set. You can still use our Web site if you do not accept the cookies, but you may be unable to use certain cookie-dependent features.
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center links to many websites created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center provides these links as a service to our users. When users link to an outside website, they are leaving the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center site and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the outside website(s).
The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center will not link to any website that exhibits hate, bias or discrimination. Furthermore, we reserve the right to deny or remove any link that contains misleading information or unsubstantiated claims, or is determined to be in conflict with the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center‘s mission or policies.
Disclaimer of Endorsement
The information posted on the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center website includes hypertext links or pointers to information created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center provides these links and pointers solely for our users' information and convenience. When users select a link to an outside website, they are leaving the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center site and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the outside website. The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center:
No copyright may be claimed for any work on this web site that was created or maintained by Federal employee in the course of their duties. Images and text appearing on this web site may be freely copied. Credit is requested. If copyrighted material appears on the site, or is reached through a link on this site, the copyright holder must be consulted before the material may be reproduced.
Federal law prohibits use of any symbol, emblem, seal, insignia or badge of any entity of the Department of Homeland Security or any colorable imitation of such words, initials, symbols, emblems, or seals in connection with any advertisement, solicitation, business activity, or product where such use could reasonably be interpreted as conveying the false impression that such advertisement, solicitation, business activity, or product is in any manner approved, endorsed, sponsored, or authorized by, or associated with, the Department of the Treasury or any organization within the Department of Homeland Security. See 18 U.S.C. § 701, 31 U.S.C. § 333 and 31 C.F.R. Part 37.
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