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Privacy Policy

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services gathers statistical information from the people who use our site so that we can offer users a better, more effective experience. We gather this information in a manner that provides for protection of personal privacy and with a commitment to maintaining the security of all information gathered.

Like most sites, we keep a running record of what pages are viewed on our site. Our web server logs contain information about what pages are viewed the most and how many pages are viewed in a given time period. This helps us to analyze what our users like and don’t like so that we can design a more effective website.

We do not track search engine usage, and no records are kept of any searches you might perform on our website.

Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services will never willfully disclose individually identifiable information about its users to any third party.

Website visits may not be secure. If you are worried about someone knowing you’ve visited our website, please take a minute to read the warnings and necessary steps to increase your privacy while online.

Email

If another person has access to your email account, or breaks into it, they may be able to read your incoming and outgoing email. Make sure you choose a password that others will not be able to guess, and consider changing it frequently. If you must write it down, keep it with you.

Cache File / History / Bookmarks

By reading your computer’s cache file (automatically saved web pages and graphics), history (sites you have been to), or cookies, others may be able to see information you have viewed recently on the internet. To learn how to clear your history and empty your cache file in your browser’s settings, visit wikiHow: Clear Your Browser’s Cache.

PLEASE NOTE: Even when taking these steps, your browser’s history may not be completely erased. Some browsers or internet programs have features that display recently visited sites. Additionally, there are low-level software applications that can identify where you have been on the web. If you are concerned about privacy and do not want another person to see that you’ve visited our website, consider using a computer at the local library, a friend’s house, or at work.