National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Personal Information / Third-Party Suppliers and Service Providers
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund uses its best efforts to respect the privacy of its online visitors, supporters and constituents. On our site, we do not collect personally identifiable information from individuals unless they provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. This information is used solely by the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund for internal purposes or for the purposes of the product or service for which the information was disclosed. In general, we do not require you to register or provide personal information to us in order to view our site, although registration may be required for certain products or services or sections of our site.
How We Use "Cookies"
When you visit our website we may store some information on your computer. This information will be in the form of a "Cookie" or similar file and can help us in many ways. For example, Cookies allow us to tailor our website to better match your interests and preferences. With most Internet Browsers, you can erase Cookies from your computer hard drive, block all Cookies or receive a warning before a Cookie is stored. Please refer to your Browser instructions or help screen to learn more about these functions. *However, it is important to understand that "Cookies" must be turned on if you are ordering from our online Store. You will not be able to register and access your online Account without enabling Cookies.
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund makes every reasonable effort to ensure that all of the transactions that occur on our Website are secure. All credit card numbers submitted to the site are encrypted using "Secure Socket Layer" (SSL) encryption. SSL technology is the industry's standard for protecting sensitive information as it is transmitted over the Internet.
A Word About Telemarketing
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund does not solicit by phone or use telemarketers to solicit contributions. If you receive such a call, please do not give out any personal information. If you receive a call and the person says they are calling on behalf of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to solicit a donation it is most likely fraudulent activity and we highly suggest it be reported to your state authorities. To report a perceived fraudulent telemarketing call, promptly contact your state's Attorney General's office. Their contact information can usually be found on your states' web site.
You may review and update the personally identifiable information we have collected about you or change your communications preferences from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, by calling 202-737-3400 during business hours.
This policy was last updated on: May 18, 2010.