who visit the Jackson Parish Police Jury web site are important
to us. Because visitors
to our website are important,
we do not capture personal information about them without
their permission. We endeavor to collect only the minimum
of information needed to meet the purposes for which the
web site was created.
collected on the Jackson Parish Police Jury web site will
be treated the same as
communication and is subject to the confidentiality
and public disclosure
provisions required by law.
to the Jackson Parish Police Jury web site
We may collect some or all of the following
information about visitors who view or download information
the visit occurred.
the visit occurred.
Internet Protocol (IP) address of the web site
visitor. The IP address recorded is normally
that of the visitor's Internet service provider,
e.g., aol.com if the visitor connects from an
America Online account.
Internet Protocol (IP) address of the Jackson
Parish Police Jury web server accessed.
Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) error code. E.g., "404
Requested Page Not Found."
the web page or file requested by the web site
of data sent from the web server to web site
visitor during that connection.
of data sent from web site visitor to the web
of web browser or other client software that
made request to the web server.
Resource Locator (URL) that referred to the requested
of HTTP used by the visitor's web browser software.
The information we collect is used
to improve the content of our web services and help us
understand how people are
using our services. We analyze our web site logs to continually
improve the value of the materials available on our site.
The information in our website logs is not personally
identifiable, and we make no attempt to link it with the
that browse our website.
Some of this statistical information, such as a running
count of the number of visitors, may be displayed on
the web site
or shared with other parish governments departments to
aid in the provision of better service to the public.
Personally identifiable information" is information
about a person that is readily identifiable to that
specific individual. It includes, for example, an individual's
street address, e-mail address, or phone number.
identifiable information will not be collected unless you
voluntarily send an e-mail message, fill
out and send an online form, or fill out personal
send in a survey. Your choice not to participate
activities will not impair your ability to access
certain information or obtain a service online.
protected under state law, any information provided may
be inspected by the public
in a legal proceeding.
E-mail messages, sent to any Jackson Parish Police
Jury address, will be treated the same as any
They may be subject to public inspection or legal
disclosure and may be saved for a period of time
before they are
destroyed. E-mail or other information requests
sent to the parish
web site may be maintained in order to respond
to the request, forward that request to the appropriate
or to provide
the web designer with valuable customer feedback
to assist in improving the site. E-mail addresses
result of a request to the parish site will not
sold or given
to private companies for marketing purposes.
Electronic Form Filers
Any other information provided by a visitor
at the request of an agency of Jackson Parish Police Jury,
such as the completion
and electronic filing of a form, will be considered to be
voluntarily provided by the visitor and will be treated in
the same manner as information provided in written form or
in person during a visit to the agency. Information provided
may be subject to public inspection and legal disclosure
and may be saved for a period of time before it is destroyed.
It may be shared with another parish or state agency for
Surveys will be used for the purpose
stated. If personally identifiable information is collected
it may be subject to
public inspection and legal disclosure and may be saved for
a period of time before it is destroyed.
certain types of online transactions.
Cookies are small text files that a web server may ask your
web browser to store, and to send back to the web server
when needed. Cookies may be used to store a transaction identifier
the following ways:
transactions: Cookies are used to store and
retrieve unique transaction identifiers or other
or user-provided information in complex, multi-page
web applications. This allows us to distinguish between
to use information provided at one stage of an application
at a later time (for instance, items placed in a 'shopping
cart' might need to be displayed on a later 'check-out'
is stored on
your web browser only temporarily; the cookie is destroyed
at the end of the transaction or at the end of the
Services: Cookies may also be used to automatically
identify a particular user to the system, in order
to provide a customized service, such as a personalized web page. In
this case, a cookie containing a unique user identifier
will be permanently stored on your web browser. We do not store
sensitive information in such cookies; only a unique
user identifier or generic preference values are stored. Personal
information you give us for processing a transaction
or using one of our personalization features, may be stored on our
secure web server.
to our web site.
The "help" portion
of the toolbar on most browsers will tell you how
to prevent your browser
new cookies or how to disable cookies altogether.
However, cookies allow you to take full advantage
of many of
the MyBossier web site, and we recommend that you
set your web browser
to accept cookies.\
you have further questions about cookies, the Computer
Incident Advisory Capacity
unit that monitors
problems for the U.S. Department of Energy issued
a study on March
12, 1998 of the risks of cookies to users, titled
Information Bulletin I-034: Internet Cookies.
can refuse the cookies or delete the cookie file
from your computer by using any of the widely
Jackson Parish Police Jury, nor any agency, officer,
consultant or employee of
Parish Police Jury
warrants the accuracy, reliability or timeliness
of any information published on the Jackson
Parish Police Jury
web site, nor
endorses any products or services linked
from this system, and shall not be held
caused by reliance
on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness
of such information. Portions of the information
may be incorrect
or not current.
Any person or entity that relies on any
information obtained from this system does so at
web sites may be linked through the Jackson Parish
Police Jury web site.
sites are advised
to check the privacy statements of those
sites and be cautious about providing
personally identifiable information without
a clear understanding of how the information
be used. This Privacy Statement does
to non-Jackson Parish
Police Jury websites linked to the Jackson
Parish Police Jury web site.
offer comments about the Jackson Parish Police Jury
web site or about information
presented in this Privacy