The Denver Police Museum is committed to protecting the privacy of its users and any personal information that they may share with us or that we hold. We value our users’ trust and recognize that maintaining this trust requires us to be transparent and accountable at all times.
The Denver Police Museum collects two types of information from users who visit our website: anonymous information that is automatically collected from all visitors to our site and personal information knowingly and voluntarily provided by the user.
Use and Disclosure of Anonymous Information
If you do not fill out any forms and simply read pages or download information from our site, certain information about your visit is stored automatically. We use this information to optimize our site experience and make the site more useful to you. The information does not identify you personally. This information is collected through the Google Analytics platform using small files of information stored on your computer’s hard drive by your web browser known as cookies.
We collect the following types of information:
- The domain name and IP address of the computer from which you accessed our website
- Aggregate information about which pages users access or visit
- The browser type and operating system used to access the website
- Geographic location from which you accessed our website
- Time and date information for when you accessed our website
- Number of pages visited during a session
- Referral link used to access our website
Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
The Denver Police Museum only collects personal information that you voluntarily provide to us. This information is collected from sources such as event registration, member sign up, donation forms, and surveys. Personal information that may be collected includes your name, postal address, phone number, and email address. The Museum uses and discloses personal information only for certain purposes that are identified to the user. We may use it to establish and manage our relationship with a user as well as providing requested information. Personal information can also help us understand users and identify preferences and expectations. We collect user information for internal use only, and just to the extent required for our purposes. We obtain relevant personal information about users lawfully and fairly.
The Museum collects personal information when you:
- Purchase a ticket an event or program
- Register to attend a free Museum event
- Register for our email list
- Complete a Form
- Join or Renew your Membership
- Make a Donation
- Send an email to any member of the Police Museum team
- Fill out a survey
- Purchase items from our Museum Shop
The Denver Police Museum will not disclose personal information collected from users to private third parties unless the law requires such disclosure.
This information is used to improve the scope and content of the Museum’s services on the Internet, and, in some cases, to respond to you.
If you decide to give us personal information for a particular purpose, we may contact you about other programs or opportunities with the Museum. You will always have an immediate opportunity to decline further communication.
Sharing or Selling of Personal Information
The Museum will not share donor or customer email addresses to third parties. The Museum may exchange donor postal mailing lists with other organizations for a single use. An organization that receives the Museum’s mailing list must agree to strict parameters which limit the use of the data. The data file containing the mailing list will not be forwarded to any other person or entity except when necessary to complete the specific project; no copies of any type of the data file will be made by the receiving organization; and the data file of the names and addresses will be returned or destroyed when the project is completed.
We do use third-party processors to process data on our behalf. These service providers support the Museum in hosting and operating websites, marketing, and analytics. External, third-party data processing is governed by the privacy policies of these third-party providers.
If you have voluntarily given us your email address, we will use your data to contact you or send promotional emails relating to your interests and or Museum events and mission-based initiatives and campaigns. In addition, we may use email tracking technology to know whether emails are opened or shared links have been accessed. You may remove your consent anytime by clicking on an unsubscribe link.
Email messages will be treated the same as any other written communication. They may be subject to public inspection or legal disclosure. Please do not put confidential and personal information such as social security number, date of birth, bank account and credit card information, mother’s maiden name or medical information in your non-secure email communications to the Museum. Your privacy cannot be protected by the Denver Police Museum during email or unsecured web form transmission.
Any personally identifying information which you choose to provide (for example, your mailing address) in an electronic mail message or web form requesting information, any comments on policies or issues, or other information collected in this manner, is used solely for information and, in some cases, to respond to you. An email automatically includes your email address and certain routing information, including your internet server.
Online Purchases and Donations
If you make an online purchase or donation, the Museum will collect your email and/or your mailing address to contact you for marketing and communication purposes related to your transaction. We may share the mailing addresses we collect with other reputable publishers to help them contact consumers for marketing purposes.
The personal information we collect is stored on a secured server. We use industry-standard encryption technologies to prevent your personal and financial information from being seen as it travels to our servers. We routinely evaluate and upgrade our security measures.
Information Correction and Opt-Out
If you believe the information we have about you is incorrect, you are welcome to contact us so we can update it and keep your data accurate.
If you do not want to receive email from the Denver Police Museum in the future, or do not want us to share your mailing address with other organizations, please let us know by emailing us at email@example.com or by sending a letter to:
The Denver Police Law Enforcement Museum, Inc.
P.O. Box 9140
Please provide your exact name, email, and mailing address and tell us if you want your name removed from our mailing list(s), the list we may share with other companies, or both.
Links to Other Websites
This website has links to other websites. These include links to websites operated by other governmental agencies, nonprofit organizations, news sites, and private businesses. Many of these sites may operate under different privacy standards. Visitors to those websites are advised to review the privacy statements of those sites. The Denver Police Museum is not responsible for any content on a linked site.
Rights and Contact Information
You may request information as to the use and storage of your personal information and revoke consent of use at any time. Please direct your request in writing to:
The Denver Police Law Enforcement Museum, Inc.
P.O. Box 9140