The Commissioner for Law Enforcement Data Security ('Commissioner') values the privacy of every individual’s personal information and it is the Commissioner's policy to comply with all relevant requirements of the Information Privacy Act 2000, including each of the matters set out in the Information Privacy Principles.
Specific information relating to privacy and the Commissioner for Law Enforcement Data website ('CLEDS website') is provided below.
Anonymous Access to the CLEDS website
You can access the CLEDS website home page and browse the CLEDS website without disclosing personal information.
Collection and Use of personal information via the CLEDS website
The CLEDS website does not collect or record personal information other than information you choose to provide by sending the CLEDS website a message.
If you send the CLEDS website a message, your email address or contact details (and any other details provided by you) will only be collected for the purpose of enabling the Commissionerto prepare a response to the matter or matters raised in your email.
Collection and use of site visit data – Cookies
The CLEDS website does not collect or use 'cookies'. A 'cookie' is a small data file that is downloaded from a website and stored in a text file on your hard drive. Cookies provide the server with information about a user’s identity and website visiting patterns and preferences.