How we collect information?
MastersInCriminalJustice.org collects information that identifies you or can be used to identify or contact you (“Submitted Information”) to match you with relevant schools and education-related programs. While using our website, you may be asked to provide the following information:
- Education level
- Academic interests
- City and state of residence
- Reason for visiting the website
Additionally, we utilize cookies and other tracking technologies (“Automatic Information”) in order to improve our site usability and to better understand how users interact with our website. Some of the information we may track may include, but not limited to, Internet protocol (IP) address, operating system, and how you navigate the site.
- Web analytics to capture demographic and other anonymous data for web optimization and other analysis;
- Usage patterns and to analyze trends and conduct research to improve the website;
- Targeting and optimizing digital ad serving, so we can gauge the effectiveness of marketing campaigns
How do we share information?
Through the voluntary submission of personally identifiable information, including name, telephone number, mailing address, and email address on our website, you acknowledge and authorize us to collect and share any collected information with our affiliated schools and partners for the purpose of providing you with degree information and any other programs and education-related products and services.
Through your submission, you relinquish any rights granted to you by the Do Not Call list, or any applicable law established by state and federal governments, for a period of time, as well as allow us, in good faith, the right to release any personal information that may be required by law. For example, we may exercise this option to abide by a subpoena, reply to a government or legal request, and/or in the instance that MastersInCriminalJustice.org enters into a merger, acquisition, or sale to a third party.
How do you remove information?
To remove cookies, you can do so through your web browser. However, this may be required per use and not on a one-time basis. You can also opt out of receiving any personalized ads from members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) or those who follow the Digital Advertising Alliance’s Self-Regulatory Principles by visiting the opt-out pages on the appropriate websites.
To unsubscribe from receiving any email communications from us, a school, or third party, you will be provided a link in the email to opt out, at which point you will be removed from receiving any further mailings from the sender.
How do you contact us?