Should you provide the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel with personal information such as sending an e-mail or by filling out and submitting an online form located on the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel website, the information may be used to respond to you and to assist in providing you with the information or service requested.
The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel does not create individual profiles with the information provided by users of this site, nor does it give such personal information to third parties or private organizations. The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel does not collect information for commercial marketing from its website. We will not send you unsolicited email regarding any commercial offers or advertisements at any time.
Pursuant to the Federal C.O.P.P.A. Act (April 21, 2000) the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel does not solicit or collect online information from children under the age of 13.
The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel provides links to information of interest to its users and, as such, there may be links to information that originates at sites not controlled or reviewed by the OCDC. The OCDC is not responsible for the accuracy, copyright compliance, legality or decency of such information. It is the responsibility of the user, or in the case of a minor, the parent/guardian, to restrict access to the Internet, to evaluate the value of any product or service described or offered therein.
Information We Gather
Like all websites, the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel analyzes user traffic patterns on our website from information automatically provided by your browser when you visit our site. This information is used to gather statistics about visitors as a whole and in no way points to individuals. This information includes:
- The Internet domain name (for example, “somecompany.com” if you use a private Internet access account or “university.edu” if you connect from a university’s domain)
- The IP address from which you access this website
- The date, time and pages you visited on our site
- Your browser and operating system
- The referring page (the last web page you visited before clicking on a link to our site)
The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel monitors network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to access, change or destroy information. Anyone using this website expressly consents to such monitoring.
Notwithstanding the provisions listed previously in this section, information submitted to the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel may be subject to disclosure to third parties pursuant to various provisions of U.S. law. The Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel will only disclose such information as required by applicable state and federal laws.