Privacy Policy

Terms of Use and Privacy Policy for Use of MastersInCriminaljustice.com (Effective Date 2/5/2016)

Thank you for your interest in MastersInCriminalJustice.com. In this document, we will review how we gather and use information in addition to the conditions governing the use of our website. By using MastersInCriminalJustice.com, you agree to this Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The information that is gathered will be used to provide you with content services and products related to education.

In accepting these terms, you agree to have your information shared with third parties that will provide you with information regarding educational products and services. You are granting us and our affiliates, including third party marketing partners, vendors and schools permission to get in contact with you via text message, email, mail and telephone. In addition, you are permitting us to share your information with other businesses that provide services to our company, whether or not the information you provide us with is personally identifiable. This includes our email services.

When required by law, we reserve the right to release your personal information. This includes the need to abide by subpoena or any other legal procedure. We will act in good faith when necessary to preserve our rights, reply to a legal or government request, to ensure the safety of others and in situations where fraud is alleged. If MastersInCriminalJustice.com enters into a sale, merger or acquisition, we reserve the right to share your information when it is necessary.

By agreeing to this terms of use and privacy policy, you are relinquishing your rights under Do Not Call requirements established by state and federal governments and may also provide us with exemption from other laws. This is also applicable to our affiliates, partners and vendors.

Terms of Use and Privacy Policy Changes Notification

This Terms of Use and Privacy Policy may change at any time. Read this document frequently in order to learn about our most up-to-date practices regarding your privacy.

If you have questions regarding the terms of use and privacy policy of MastersInCriminalJustice.com, you may contact us using the contact form. If you wish to unsubscribe from the emails that are sent on behalf of our site and our affiliates, you may do so by clicking on the link provided in the emails that you receive.

Submitted Information

The information that you submit through our web forms will be collected, stored and shared with schools and other third parties. This includes your email address, mailing address and phone number and is for the purpose of providing you with information on services and products related to educational services and programs.

When you submit your information to us, you are authorizing MastersInCriminalJustice.com and our affiliates to contact you via text messages, email, phone and mail regarding education and related topics, in accordance with applicable laws. We use cookies to perform “lead auditing.” This practice ensures that the information provided is accurate, valid and relevant.

Cookie Policy

By using this websites, you are agreeing to our cookie policy and acknowledging that we use cookies to collect automatic information. In using cookies, we are able to better optimize ad experiences for individual, anonymous users. Cookies are small pieces of data sent from a website and stored in your web browser. They are used for technical purposes as well as to track marketing efforts, conversions, user experience and the effectiveness of our advertising. The information we gather through cookies is not personally identifiable.

Because we are able to collect information like your IP address, your browser version and your operating system, we can make improvements to MastersInCriminalJustice.com and create a user experience more relevant to your interests. We will access your automatic information for marketing purposes using Google Analytics. By using Google Analytics (http://www.google.com/intl/en/analytics/privacyoverview.html), we are able to optimize our site and tailor marketing and advertising efforts better.

Advertising cookies, which are also known as third-party cookies allow us to make ads more relevant to your interests. They do not contain information that personally identifies you, but allow us to access information about demographics so that we are able to analyze and optimize MastersInCriminalJustice.com.

You may choose stop receiving personal ads delivered by the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) or those following the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Self-Regulatory Principles, other third-party advertisers and ad networks by visiting the NAI and DAA websites’ opt-out pages.

Removing Cookies

In order to remove cookies, do so through your browser. It is not unusual that you will be required to do this on a per-use instead of a one-time basis.

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