The Council on Crime and Justice (CCJ) respects the privacy of our customers. Any and all information collected at this site, within the Council on Crime and Justice Commerce Network Server (CCJCNS), is held with the utmost care and will not be used in ways not consented to.
What Information do we collect? How do we use it?
When registering to view infromation or sending donations on our site, CCJ may need to collect the registrant's name, email address, mailing address, credit card number, and expiration date. This allows us to process and fulfill donations and provide timely information.
CCJ may use the information we collect to notify our partners’ customers about important functionality changes to the Web sites and/or special offers. For any registrants who does not want to receive this information, please refer to the detailed instructions included in every offer.
How does CCJ protect customer information?
Customers who register through the CCJ secure systems are registering on a secure server, which encrypts all of the customer’s personal information including name, address and credit card number in transit. Encryption ensures that no one can access or use personal information in an unauthorized manner.
A clear opt-out option is available on any customer-service or client e-mail CCJ sends.
CCJ has made an investment in protecting its clients and customers’ information utilizing the following technologies:
Firewalls allow the use of authenticated access and can prevent certain types of traffic from entering the private network. Customizing the firewall according to the network topology is essential to having a useful firewall protection mechanism.
SSL (Secure Socket Layers)
Because we accept sensitive information from end-users such as passwords and credit card numbers, CCJ's site uses SSL. This logic encrypts the data being sent to the server from the browser using high-level encryption technology. Once the data is received from customers on the CCJ Network, it may be required that the data be maintained for a certain period of time inside our private network. Encrypting the data means it cannot be viewed in plain text.
What about cookies?
"Cookies" are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. CCJ's cookies are used only to identify the customer, not to identify any specific customer traits. This allows us to maintain consistency in the user's visit and enable a more pleasant experience.
CCJ Privacy Guarantee
CCJ will never rent or sell our customer’s information to third parties.
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