Privacy Statement



The Central Florida Crime Prevention Association (CFCPA) has a strong commitment to providing excellent service to all of its website visitors, including respecting their concerns about privacy. We understand that visitors to our website may have questions about whether and how this website collects and uses information. Accordingly, we have prepared this statement to inform you of the privacy principles that govern CFCPA.ORG.


Visitors who browse this website do so on an anonymous basis. We have not configured this website to collect any personal information from your computer without your input. This means that, unless you voluntarily and knowingly provide us with information, we will not know your identity, your e-mail address, or any other information identifiable to you.

Data Collection

When we need to collect personally identifiable information from you to execute your requested transaction, we will ask you to voluntarily supply us with the information we need. For example, if you would like additional information, we will ask you for information such as name, address, telephone number and email address to process your request.


“Cookies” are strings of text that a website transmits to a user’s computer. Our website does not use “cookie” technology.

CFCPA’s Use of Information

We treat the information you provide to us as confidential information; it is, accordingly, subject to our security procedures and strict policies regarding protection and use of confidential information.

Dispute Resolution

CFCPA does not use privacy seals or other assurance mechanisms. Please trust that CFCPA has made an accurate disclosure of our policies to you and that we will do our best to resolve any dispute over this policy that you may have through email at Email@CFCPA.ORG.

Links to Other Sites

If you choose to leave this CFCPA site via links to other non-CFCPA sites, including those of law enforcement agencies, business partners or recommended links, CFCPA is not responsible for the privacy policies or content of those sites, nor is CFCPA responsible for the cookies those sites might deposit on your hard drive.

Legal Issues

CFCPA will disclose personal information when required by law or in good faith belief if such action is necessary or desirable to comply with the law, protect or defend the rights or property of CFCPA, the site or its users.

CFCPA.ORG Privacy Notice Changes

In the future, we may need to change the privacy notice for CFCPA.ORG. All changes will be made here so that you will always know what information we gather, how we might use that information and whether we will disclose it to anyone.


Your privacy concerns are important to us. We hope this internet privacy statement has been helpful to you. The date of this policy’s last revision was October 1, 2007