The following policy describes the information gathering and dissemination practices for the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges’ (NCJFCJ) website:
Information gathering and cookies
- Usage levels of specific areas of our site.
- Origin of our site’s audience.
- Browser and operating system of site visitors.
- We do not associate IP addresses to individuals. As such, visitor sessions will be tracked, but visitors will remain anonymous.
By using the NCJFCJ website, you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device.
Information Provided Voluntarily
In the course of using the NCJFCJ’s website, you may choose to provide information to us through web forms, email or other electronic means. Any personally identifiable information you submit will be used only for the purpose(s) indicated. Requests for information will be directed to the appropriate team members to respond to the request and may be recorded to help us improve our site to better respond to similar requests.
Use of Information
The NCJFCJ uses the information described above to tailor content to visitors; ensure broad access to our site, regardless of software; monitor site performance and generate aggregate statistical reports. At no time do we disclose site usage by individual IP addresses.
The NCJFCJ will not sell, exchange or otherwise distribute your personally identifiable information without your consent, except to the extent required by law. Each webpage requesting information discloses the purpose of that information. Persons not wishing to have submitted information used in that manner, are not required to provide it.
This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of data collected. The NCJFCJ website is expected to adopt security measures appropriate for their data collection practices.
The NCJFCJ website may contain links to sites outside the www.ncjfcj.org domain. The NCJFCJ is not responsible for the privacy and accessibility practices of these websites.
Updated: December 9, 2019