National Police Support Fund
Privacy & Refund Policy
If you send us personal information—by submitting an e-mail, completing an online form, requesting materials or information, ordering Institute tickets, making a donation, or signing up for membership—we will use this information to respond to your inquiry or request. We may also use it to contact you to provide information about other activities, programs, membership and fundraising opportunities, products, and special events that may interest you. You may opt-out of having your information used for these purposes, or you may update your contact information anytime, by contacting us via e-mail or postal mail address.
The National Police Support Fund does not sell, exchange, or release website visitor’s names, e-mail addresses, or other individually identifying information to parties outside of the organization, except to third party contractors performing services, to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws or valid legal processes, to protect the rights and property of the organization, or to provide the services or information you have requested.
Users should be aware that the National Police Support Fund contracts with several third-party vendors to provide certain services made available on and to process transactions made through this website. Use of these services is subject to the privacy policies of such third-party vendors.
The National Police Support Fund provides visitors with an opportunity to make a contribution to our organization through an online donation page. The information that you supply during any of the above transaction processes is used to fulfill your order and will also be used to track and analyze transaction trends.
The National Police Support Fund offers refunds on donations or purchases in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Contact the organization via e-mail or postal mail address to request a refund
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