What Information Does the Website Collect and How Do We Use the Information?
The website does not collect any personally identifiable information from you without your knowledge. We only collect personally identifiable information if you choose to identify yourself by sending us an e-mail or submitting other information to the task force member(s). The only personally identifiable information we collect in those instances is the information you voluntarily submit.
This site does not send “cookies” to your computer, nor does it place or read any “third-party cookies” on your computer.
When you visit this website to browse or download information or link to another website, our server will collect a small amount of basic information in log files that enables us to identify operational problems and correct them. The information collected includes your browser type (e.g., Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.), your operating system (e.g., Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, Linux), and your IP address (a unique number assigned to a computer when the computer accesses the Internet). The task force member(s) monitor this information to ensure the website is available to access to all users and to identify unauthorized attempts to use, alter, or otherwise damage the website. We do not permanently store this information. This information is automatically deleted on a periodic basis.
Will We Share Any Personally Identifiable Information with Other People or Agencies?
We collect personally identifiable information from you only if you voluntarily choose to send us an e-mail or submit other information to the Reno County Drug Task Force . If you choose to send us an e-mail, we will use the information you submit to respond to your inquiry or request. If you choose to submit other information by filling out a form that is on the website, we will use the information for the purpose specified in the form. We may share the information you submit with other agencies if doing so will assist us in responding to your inquiry or submission.
We will not otherwise disclose any information you submit unless we are required to do so by law. E-mails and other information you send become public records when submitted to the Reno County Drug Task Force. In some circumstances, the Reno County Drug Task Force may be required to disclose the information in response to a public records request. In other limited circumstances, the Reno County Drug Task Force may have a statutory obligation to disclose information you provide or may be ordered to do so by a court of law.
Do I Have a Choice Whether Personally Identifiable Information is Collected?
This website only collects personally identifiable information if you voluntarily choose to identify yourself by sending us an e-mail or other information. You are free to choose not to send us an e-mail or other information if you do not want the Reno County Drug Task Force to receive personally identifiable information from you.