BE ADVISED - WE WILL Collect any information given to us by any person(s) of any age when that person(s) is reporting a crime, offense, incident etc. WE WILL will share that information to all agencies related to the investigation of the crime, offense, incident etc as we may need to either by law or as we deem necessary.
You acknowledge and understand this site (RoyaltonPD.com) is owned and operated by The Royalton Police Department, Royalton, VT 05068. As a law enforcement agency, all information of your visit is subject to tracking, this information can and may be used in any civil or criminal investigation(s). You do not have an expectation of privacy while using our website or other third party services and/or your online activity gives us reasonable suspicion your visit may be associated in any violation of state, county, federal laws.
Changes to this Policy will apply with-out notice, any information collected when a revised policy post as well as to existing information held by us. If we change our information practices or this Policy in such a way that your personal information may be used or shared in a manner not described in the Policy at the time you provided it. However, your continued use of our Site will be deemed your agreement that your information may be used in accordance with the new policy and procedures. This Policy will be continuously assessed against new technologies, business, and Law Enforcement practices. We recommend that you review our Policy on a routine basis to view any changes.
In order to deliver personalized and relevant information to you through our Site, we collect and use certain information from our users in accordance with this Policy. Please do not provide any sensitive information or health information. If you should do so inadvertently, we will use and disclose that information in the same manner as other information you provide to us.
Our website developers, third parties, agents and/or, Town of Royalton Employees or the Town of Royalton Selectboard are not providing advice pursuant to the authority or professional certifications or licenses that they may hold and you should not treat information provided by our developers, third parties, agents and/or, Town of Royalton Employees or the Town of Royalton Selectboard as such. You are not entering into any type of relationship with our developers, third parties, agents and/or, Town of Royalton Employees or the Town of Royalton Selectboard that would entitle you to client privileges that would be associated with any professional certifications or licenses that our developers, third parties, agents and/or, Town of Royalton Employees or the Town of Royalton Selectboard may hold.
You understand that access to our services, including but not limited to, online workshops, mentoring and counseling, are provided as services only to citizens and permanent residents of the United States and its territories.
While The Royalton Police Department may be required to share your information with the other Law Enforcement Agencies, The Royalton Police Department will control and maintain the information.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION
When you visit our Site, we may collect and use personally identifiable information about you as well as other information. “Personally identifiable information” may include your name, address, email address, and other similar information that can be used to identify you. The information that we receive about you depends on what you do when you visit our Site.
All submitted information is used only for the express purposes for which it is intended, and is not made available to any third party, unless we are required by law, by contract, or by grant requirements. We never collect information or create individual profiles for commercial marketing. However, when you join an online community and participate in online discussions, your name and other personal information you provide (except e-mail) are viewable by anyone visiting such online communities or discussions, unless you choose not to share this information with the public on your user profile page.
Additionally, we may collect the following information from our Site’s users:
- Details of Site usage information: We collect this information to statistically analyze and track operational problems, to prevent fraud and to improve the effectiveness, security and integrity of the Site. This information does not identify you personally unless you have provided the information to THe Royalton Police Department and we do not use this information to track or record information about individuals unless as stated above. For each page that you visit, we may collect and store only the following technical information:
- Date and time of access
- URL address of the Site or webpage visited
- Internet domain and IP address from which our Site was accessed
- Type of browser and operating system used to access our Site (if provided by the browser)
- URL address of the referring page (if provided by the browser)
- Completion or success status of the request for a webpage or other on-line item
- File size of the webpage visited
- If you request to view a workshop, webinar, or other event on our Site: We receive your name, email address and city and state when you submit your registration. We also receive any other personal information that you provide in the text of your registration.
We use your name and email address to respond to send you additional information about The Royalton Police Department and other program aspects that may interest you. We use your zip code to identify the general area in which you live so that we can monitor the geographical scope and impact of our services.
- If you request online help: We receive your name, email address and zip code when you submit your request. We also receive any other personal information that you provide in the text of your email request.
We use your name and email address to respond to your request for business mentoring. We use your zip code to identify the general area in which you live so that we can get you help within the geographical scope and impact of our services and also so that we can provide help appropriate for your location. The Royalton Police Department member that receives your email request will have access to other personal information that you provide in the text of your email request. The The Royalton Police Department mentor will keep this information confidential but may consult with other third party agencies The Royalton Police Department developers, third parties, agents and/or, Town of Royalton Employees or the Town of Royalton Selectboard about your situation in order to better serve you.
- If you submit a testimonial or success story: We receive your name, place of business and email address as well as the information that you submit (your testimonial or success story).
At our discretion, we may display on our Site your testimonial or success story, including personal information that you provide as part of your testimonial submission.
- Information you submit through interactive forms including personally identifiable information: We collect all personal and business information (including financial information) that you provide to us through interactive forms, including your application.
In addition, we may use the information for the following purposes:
- To provide you with information and services you request, to tell you about other products and services, and to give you a customized interactive experience as you use our products.
- For support, to develop new features, and to improve the overall quality of our products and services.
- To show you a history of your activity, to provide you with statistics about you or your use of our product or service, or to provide you with a better user experience.
- To summarize information about you, in a way that does not identify you personally, and combine it with other information to understand how our products are used, to deliver products and services and to help us develop new products and services.
- To permit service companies to help provide you products and services; these service companies are not permitted to use your information for their own purposes.
DISCLOSING YOUR INFORMATION
WE WILL Collect any information given to us by any person(s) of any age when that person(s) is reporting a crime, offense, incident etc. WE WILL will share that information to all agencies related to the investigation as we may need to either by law or as we deem necessary.
Where applicable, we may disclose your personal information to any affiliated business entities or third parties necessary to provide services to you. This includes, where applicable as well as any third parties involved in the administration and operation of our services. We may occasionally hire other companies to provide limited services on our behalf, such as, but not limited to, providing customer support, hosting Sites, or performing statistical analysis of our services. Those service providers will be permitted to obtain only the personal information they need to deliver the service.
We may access or disclose information about you, including the content of your communications, in order to: (a) comply with the law or respond to lawful requests or legal process; (b) protect our rights or property or our Site users, including the enforcement of our policies governing your use of the services; (c) act on a good faith belief that such access or disclosure is necessary to protect the personal safety of other Site users or the public; (d) where we sell any or all of our business and/or our assets to a third party; (e) to fulfill contractual obligations; (f) to fulfill grant requirements; or (g) to provide your information to the SBA for mentoring services.
As is standard practice on many websites, the Site uses “cookies” and other technologies to help us understand which parts of our Site are the most popular, where our visitors are going, and how much time they spend there. "Cookies" enable you to sign in to our services and to help personalize your online experience. It is a small text file that is placed on your hard disk by a webpage server. Cookies contain information that can later be read by a web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you. Cookies cannot be used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer.
One of the primary purposes of cookies is to store your preferences and other information on your computer to save you time by eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information and to display your personalized content and appropriate advertising on your later visits to these sites. Please note that if you should choose to decline cookies, you may be unable to access particular parts of our Site.
If you would like to view a video without the use of persistent cookies, a link to download the video file is typically provided just below the video. Or, you can remove or block cookies by changing the settings of your browser. To learn more about how to disable cookies in your browser use the following hyperlink:
We cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us through the Internet and you do so at your own risk.
Our Web-based services maybe password protected and we recommend that you do not share your passwords with anyone and should be changed frequently. Remember that any information you voluntarily disclose online in any postings, discussions groups or chat rooms may be collected and used by others without your permission. Remember also to sign out of any Web-based requiring you to login and close the services and close your browser window when you have finished your work. This prevents others from accessing your account if you share a computer or use a computer in a public place, such as a library or Internet café. PLEASE FOLLOW GOOD INTERNET SECURITY PRACTICES.
For Site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, this Site may employ commercial software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.
Regardless of the precautions taken by you or by us, “perfect security” does not exist on the Internet. While we strive to protect your information by employing reasonable Internet security methods and practices, we cannot ensure the security of any information you transmit to us over an unsecured Internet connection, and transmission of such data is therefore entirely at your own risk.
PASSWORD POLICY NOTICE
When using our Site and creating a username and password, please be aware that information keyed into our Site page is not encrypted with SSL encryption technology. The content within our Site is not considered high risk material and is not protected by SSL login technology. It is recommended you do not use a username and password combination you might use on your personal banking site or other site you consider high risk information. When you create an account on our Site, password information will be sent to you via email. Our database systems do not store any financial information or social security information on the site. All of the passwords stored in our database are encrypted.
THIRD PARTY LINKS AND INTERACTION
Third-party Internet websites that can be accessed through this Site by links, contain information not under our control. Accordingly, we disclaim any responsibility for the content, products or services of any such third-party website or any website that links to our Site. We do not necessarily recommend, endorse or approve of the content of or information gathered by any such websites. Such links are provided on this Site solely for your convenience. Your connection to any such linked website is at your own risk.
WE WILL Collect any information given to us by any child when a child discloses information in relation to reporting a crime, offense, incident etc and will share that information to all agencies related to the investigation.
How does COPPA work?
COPPA works like this: Let’s say your child wants to use features on a site or download an app that collects their personal information. Before they can, you should get a plain language notice about what information the site will collect, how it will use it, and how you can provide your consent. For example, you may get an email from a company letting you know your child has started the process for signing up for a site or service that requires your child to give personal information. Or you may get that notice on the screen where you can consent to the collection of your child’s personal information.
That notice also should have directions on how to give your consent. Sites and services have some flexibility in how to do that. For example, some may ask you to send back a permission slip. Others may have a toll-free number you can call.
If you agree to let the site or service collect personal information from your child, it has a legal obligation to keep it secure.
What are my choices?
The first choice is whether you’re comfortable with the site’s information practices. Start by reading how the company plans to use your child’s information.
Then, it’s about how much consent you want to give. For example, you might give the company permission to collect your child’s personal information, but not allow it to share that information with others.
Once you give a site or service permission to collect personal information from your child, you’re still in control. As the parent, you have the right to review the information collected about your child. If you ask to see the information, keep in mind that website operators need to make sure you are the parent before providing you access. You also have the right to retract your consent any time, and to have any information collected about your child deleted.
What if it looks like a site or service is breaking the rules?
If you think a site has collected information from your kids or marketed to them in a way that violates the law, report it to the FTC at https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/#/.
REVIEW AND CORRECTION OF YOUR INFORMATION
When you submit information to us, in any matter not related to a incident either criminal or civil process or investigation or allegation of wrong doing. If we have collected any information via this website. The information submitted by you can be reviewed and edited by appointment only. Contact Us at 802-763-7776 or contact anytime by email help@royaltonpd.
Generally speaking information may be collected by this website, will not be shared, but as stated previously. If your information has been shared with a third party or if you have disclosed your information in a manner that it is available to third parties, as described elsewhere in this Policy, then the third party has received its own copy of your data. If you have been contacted by one of these third parties and wish to review, correct, or delete your information, please contact them directly.
Our is hosted by servers in multiple locations (UK and US), but is operated in the United States (“US”). By using the Site, you are consenting to the possible transfer of your personal information to the US, UK, and any other data center our hosting company may use. If you are accessing our Site from outside the US, please be advised that US law may not offer the same privacy protections as the law of your jurisdiction.
We do not knowingly collect personal information about individuals. If you believe we have collected or processed personal information about any individuals residing in the European Union, please contact us immediately at help@royaltonpd.
CALIFORNIA (CA) - VISITORS
California law allows California residents to ask companies with whom they have an established business relationship to provide certain information about the companies’ sharing of personal information with third parties. We do not share any California consumer personal information with third parties for marketing purposes without consent.
California visitors who wish to request further information about our compliance with this law or have questions or concerns about our privacy practices may contact us using the contact information set forth below.