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The Officer Down Memorial Page website can be used without registering or submitting any personal information. However, in order to gain access to certain features of the site and the ODMP e-mail newsletters, you will be required to register.
If you decide to register, you may be required to provide personal information that may include a user name and password, your name, e-mail address, postal address, and telephone number. We store all information provided, along with your other preferences, on our secured server.
INFORMATION AUTOMATICALLY COLLECTED
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Cookies for registered users allow you immediate access to certain features on the website. These cookies include a session identifier that we can map to your personal information on our secure server. Your personal information will never be transmitted across the Internet from the website, except when you initially submit it or modify it.
The Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., regularly sends newsletters and special announcements to registered users. Registered users may subscribe or unsubscribe to the ODMP mailing lists at any time.
SHARING OF INFORMATION
Personal information collected by the Officer Down Memorial Page, Inc., is never shared with third-party organizations except as defined in this section. In certain circumstances, memorial information collected by the ODMP may be shared with the National Lew Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Inc., or Concerns of Police Survivors, Inc. This sharing of information will only take place in the event that direct action is needed for those organizations to begin their process of honoring fallen law enforcement officers.
In situations involving a perceived threat against law enforcement officers, all information collected about the individual who transmitted the threat will be provided to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation. Any activity which is suspected of being in violation of United States federal or state law may be reported, along with personally identifying information, to appropriate law enforcement agencies.
Everest Metropolitan Police Department
Wisconsin ~ March 22, 2017
East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office
Louisiana ~ March 18, 2017
New York City Police Department
New York ~ March 12, 2017
New York State Police
New York ~ March 13, 2017
Navajo Division of Public Safety
Tribal Police ~ March 12, 2017