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    Privacy Statement

    Privacy Statement

    IACA Privacy Policy

    Version: 17 June 2023

    International Anti Crime Academy Inc. | www.anti-crime-academy.us

    International Anti Crime Academy, Inc. (referred to as “IACA” throughout this policy) is a US-based company specializing in Cyber HUMINT and OSINT training. This Privacy Policy outlines how IACA, as a data controller, collects, uses, and processes personal information of individuals who visit our Websites and use our services, as well as personal information collected from business partners, survey responses, or competition entries.

    Scope and Processing of Personal Information

    When we mention “Websites,” we are referring to anti-crime-academy.us and other websites operated by IACA that link to this Privacy Policy. In order to provide services to you, we need to process personal information. Occasionally, we may share your personal information with third parties to assist us in delivering our services. If you are unwilling to provide your personal information and have it disclosed to third parties as described in this Privacy Policy, you may be unable to utilize our services.

    Basis of Processing

    In most cases, we process your data based on your consent or because it is necessary for us to fulfill our contractual obligations to you. While consent is not mandatory, it may restrict your access to certain services if you choose not to allow us to process your personal data.

    Third-Party Websites

    Our Websites may contain links to other websites that are not owned by IACA. We encourage you to review the privacy statements of any third-party websites you visit to understand how your data will be processed.

    Collection of Personal Information

    When you create an IACA account, make a purchase, or contact us for support, you will be asked to provide personal data. We also collect data on how you interact with our services. Additionally, we may obtain information about you from our business partners or other third parties.

    Automated Data Collection

    We may receive and collect certain data automatically through website analytics, information from your internet browser when you visit our Websites, and the use of cookies. This may include Personal Information that can identify you, such as your name and email address, as well as other non-identifying information.

    Information Provided by You

    When setting up an IACA account, we collect your name, email address, phone number(s), address, company, department, job function, industry, organizational memberships, and geographic region. We also process and store data associated with training assignments, including assessment scores, registration for webcasts and Summits, and your usage of content provided on our Websites.

    When You Use Our Websites

    We employ various technologies to gather information from your computer or device and track your activities on our Websites. The following details the types of information automatically collected: This includes your IP address, browser type and language, access times, the content of any cookies that your browser accepted from us and has not deleted, referring or exit website addresses, internet service provider, date/time stamp, operating system, locale and language preferences, and system configuration information.


    During your visit to our Websites, we may assign one or more cookies to your computer or device to enhance your access to our site and personalize your online experience. These cookies may be related to tools like Google Analytics and similar technologies. Through cookies, we also automatically collect information about your online activities on our site, such as the web pages you visit, the links you click, and the searches you perform. For more detailed information, please refer to our Cookie Policy.

    Other technologies:

    We utilize standard internet technologies, including web beacons, session replay scripts, and similar tools, to track your usage of our Websites. Web beacons, which are tiny graphics with unique identifiers, perform functions similar to cookies. Unlike cookies stored on your computer’s hard drive, pixel tags are embedded invisibly on web pages. We employ these technologies in connection with our Websites to track user activities, enhance advertisements, personalize and manage content, and gather usage information. Additionally, we may use these technologies in HTML emails to monitor email response rates, track email views, and determine if emails are forwarded. Session replay software scripts capture user interactions with the Websites, such as keystrokes, mouse movements and clicks, navigation within webpages and across the Websites, interactions with menus, banners, forms, and form field entries. Third-party software embedded in the script of the Websites may be used to monitor user interactions and ensure compliance, which may involve the third-party software provider collecting this information. By utilizing our Websites, you provide consent for the collection and disclosure of this information.

    Information Collected from Other Sources

    We may obtain information about you from advertising companies, ad networks, business partners, contractors, and other third-party sources. This information may be added to our existing account information or other collected data. We only engage in this practice when there is a lawful basis for processing your information, such as obtaining your consent.

    Information Collected for Employer-Sponsored Training

    In cases where your employer sponsors your training and shares your Personal Information with us, IACA acts as a data controller alongside your employer. We collaborate with your employer to address any data rights requests. Your information and training records will be shared with your employer, and we will process the information in accordance with this Privacy Policy.

    How We Use Personal Information

    We employ the Personal Information we gather for a range of purposes. The legal basis for processing Personal Information is contingent upon the context in which it is collected.

    The information collected about you is utilized in the following ways:

    • Delivery of requested services.
    • Management of your account and provision of customer support.
    • Conducting research and analysis to understand your usage patterns, interests in our services, content, and products, as well as offerings from other parties.
    • Communication with you via email, postal mail, telephone, our websites, applications, and/or mobile devices regarding products, services, or resources that may be of interest to you, either from us or other third parties.
    • Enforcement of our terms and conditions
    • Business management and performance of functions described to you at the time of data collection.
    • Compliance with legal obligations.
    • Occasional notifications about special sales or services to personalize your IACA experience (you may opt out at any time).
    • Processing of payments for purchases or sales conducted on our Websites, prevention and detection of potential fraudulent transactions, and overall business management.

    Retention of Personal Information

    We retain your Personal Information for as long as necessary to provide you with our services and to comply with legal obligations. For Personal Information processed on behalf of business partners or employers, retention is in accordance with the terms stipulated in our agreement with them.

    Disclosure of Personal Information

    We share or disclose your Personal Information under the following circumstances:

    Authorized Service Providers:

    We engage third-party service providers to fulfill various functions, such as order fulfillment, credit card payment processing, delivery of materials, customer service, marketing assistance, business and sales analysis, support for website functionality, and the administration of contests, promotions, sweepstakes, surveys, and other features available on our Websites. These service providers may access Personal Information required for performing their designated functions but are strictly prohibited from sharing or utilizing the information for any other purposes.

    Co-Sponsoring Organizations:

    Certain IACA training events are co-sponsored by external organizations. This includes private training events, sponsored webcasts, or sponsored whitepapers. When you register for an event, the co-sponsoring organization may access your registration data with your explicit consent.

    Business Partners:

    With your consent, when you make purchases or participate in promotions offered through our Websites, we may share Personal Information with the businesses we collaborate with to provide you with those services, promotions, contests, and/or sweepstakes.

    Business Transfers:

    In the event of an actual or contemplated merger, sale, transfer of assets, acquisition, financing, restructuring, bankruptcy, or similar occurrence affecting all or a portion of our business, we may disclose and/or transfer personal information as part of such transaction. This includes conducting related due diligence permitted by law.

    Protect Our Rights:

    We may disclose personal information if we believe it is necessary to respond to claims made against us, comply with legal processes (such as subpoenas or warrants), enforce or administer our agreements and terms, prevent fraud, conduct risk assessments and investigations, and safeguard the rights, property, or safety of our company, customers, and others.

    Other Situations:

    We may also disclose your information when required by law, in response to a court order, or to prevent or detect crime.

    Aggregated and Non-Personal Information:

    Under the circumstances outlined in this Policy, we may share aggregated and non-personal information that we collect. When we de-identify personal information, we have taken necessary measures as required by law to ensure that the de-identified data cannot be linked to any individual or customer. We only maintain and use such data in a de-identified manner, and we do not attempt to re-identify the data except as permitted by law.

    In general, for the purposes outlined above, we may disclose the following categories of personal information:

    • Name, contact information, and other identifiers
    • Customer records
    • Protected classifications
    • Commercial information
    • Usage data
    • Audio, video, and other electronic data
    • Education information
    • Profiles and inferences

    Categories of Personal Information Sold or Shared: 

    Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), a “sale” refers to the disclosure or provision of personal information to a third party in exchange for monetary or other valuable consideration. The CCPA defines “share” as the disclosure of personal information to a third party for cross-context behavioral advertising.

    According to the CCPA definitions, the categories of personal information that we may “sell” include: name, contact information, and other identifiers.

    The categories of personal information that we may “share,” as defined by the CCPA, include: name, contact information, and other identifiers.

    The categories of third parties to whom we sell or share data, as defined by the CCPA, may include:

    • Data analytics providers
    • Service providers assisting us in fulfilling contracts and conducting business
    • Sponsors of IACA events, programs, and papers

    The business purposes for which we sell or share data, as defined by the CCPA, may include:

    • Lead generation, business prospecting, and similar activities
    • Gaining insights into online activities through analytics
    • Providing leads to sponsors of IACA events, programs, and papers

    Your Privacy Rights

    Accessing Your Information:

    You can update your Personal Information by contacting us.

    Deleting, Rectifying, or Porting Your Data:

    You have the right to request the deletion, rectification, or porting of your data. You can submit a request through your account or by contacting us at info@anti-crime-academy.us. We will handle your request promptly, but please note that we may need to retain certain information for legal purposes.

    Opting Out:

    We will not share your personal data without your permission, unless it is necessary to provide services to you. You can opt out of non-essential use of your data at any time by following the “Opt-Out” link in the footer of our communications or on our Websites. You can also contact us for further assistance. Please note that even if you opt out of promotional communications, you may still receive business-related emails and notifications.

    Additional Information for Residents of Certain Jurisdictions:

    For Residents of the European Union and the United Kingdom:

    If you reside in the European Union or the United Kingdom, our use of your data is subject to the E.U. or U.K. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The lawful basis for processing your personal information depends on the specific context in which we collect it, as detailed above. Under the GDPR, you have various rights, including the right to access, rectify, delete, or transfer your data. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with your local supervisory authority and with our Data Privacy Department as the first point of contact.

    To exercise your rights, please contact us via email at info@anti-crime-academy.us. Please be aware that your Personal Information may be transferred to, stored, and processed in the United States or other jurisdictions outside the U.S.A., the E.U., or the U.K. We will take appropriate measures to protect your information.

    For Residents of Virginia:

    If you are a resident of Virginia, you have certain rights under the Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act (VCDPA). These rights include:

    Right to Access:

    You have the right to request information about whether a business is processing your personal information and to access that personal information.

    Right to Correction:

    You have the right to request that a business correct any inaccuracies in your personal information, taking into account the nature of the personal information and the purpose for processing it.

    Right to Delete: You have the right to request that a business delete your personal information that has been collected about you.

    Right to Opt Out of Certain Types of Processing: 

    You have the right to opt out of the processing of your personal data for purposes such as targeted advertising, the sale of personal data, or profiling that produces legal or similarly significant effects concerning you.

    Right to Data Portability: 

    You have the right to obtain a copy of your personal information that you have previously provided to a business in a portable and, if feasible, readily usable format.

    Right to Non-Discrimination: 

    You have the right not to be subjected to discriminatory treatment by a business for exercising your rights listed above.

    To submit requests related to these rights, including Right to Access Requests, Right to Correction Requests, Right to Delete Requests, Right to Opt Out of Processing, and Right to Data Portability Requests, you can contact us at info@anti-crime-academy.us.

    To ensure the security and validity of these requests, we will follow the following process:

    Acknowledgment: We will acknowledge receipt of your request.

    Authentication: We will authenticate your request using processes required by law to verify your identity and ensure that the request is legitimate. As part of the authentication process, we may ask you to provide additional information that is reasonably necessary to verify your identity.

    Processing and Response: Once your request is authenticated, we will process and respond to your request as required by law.

    If you have any further questions or need additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at info@anti-crime-academy.us

    For Residents of Nevada: 

    If you are a resident of Nevada, you may have certain rights under the Nevada Privacy of Information Collected on the Internet from Consumers Act (NPICICA). This act grants you the right to request that a business does not sell certain types of personal information that it has collected or will collect about you. Under the NPICICA, a “sale” refers to the exchange of personal information for monetary consideration by the business to a third party, with some exceptions. If you are a Nevada resident and would like more information about how IACA complies with Nevada law, please contact us at info@anti-crime-academy.us.

    For Residents of California:

    For residents of California, the following enhanced privacy statement is also applicable in addition to our standard privacy policy.

    Privacy Statement for California Law – International Anti Crime Academy Inc.

    This Privacy Statement for California Law (hereinafter referred to as the “Statement”) applies to residents of California and provides comprehensive information about the collection, use, disclosure, and protection of personal information by International Anti Crime Academy Inc. (referred to as “we,” “us,” or the “Academy”) in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other applicable privacy laws and regulations in California.

    1. Introduction

    a. Purpose: This Statement explains how we collect, use, and protect personal information of California residents in the context of our training institute, International Anti Crime Academy Inc.

    b. Scope: This Statement applies to all personal information collected, processed, and stored by the Academy from residents of California, whether obtained through our website, mobile applications, social media, or other communication channels.

    c. Definitions: In this Statement, the terms “personal information,” “business purposes,” “service providers,” “third parties,” and other relevant terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them under the CCPA.

    1. Collection of Personal Information

    a. Sources of Personal Information: We may collect personal information from the following sources:

    • Directly from individuals: We collect personal information directly from individuals when they provide it to us voluntarily through our website, enrollment forms, communication channels, or in-person interactions.
    • Automatically: We may collect certain types of personal information automatically when individuals interact with our website or use our services. This may include IP addresses, browser type, device identifiers, cookies, and other tracking technologies.
    • From third-party sources: We may receive personal information about individuals from third-party sources, such as educational institutions, training partners, and background check providers, as part of the enrollment or application process.

    b. Categories of Personal Information Collected: The categories of personal information we may collect include:

    • Identifiers: Name, postal address, email address, phone number, social security number, student identification number, or other similar identifiers.
    • Personal information categories listed in the California Customer Records statute (Cal. Civ. Code § 1798.80(e)): Signature, driver’s license number, passport number, or other similar identifiers.
    • Protected classification characteristics under California or federal law: Age, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, veteran or military status, or other similar characteristics.
    • Commercial information: Records of courses attended, certifications obtained, performance evaluations, or other similar information.
    • Internet or other electronic network activity information: Browsing history, search history, information regarding interactions with our website or communications.
    • Geolocation data: Physical location or movements for security and emergency response purposes.
    • Education information: Educational background, degrees, certifications, transcripts, or other similar information.
    • Professional or employment-related information: Job title, employer name, professional experience, or other similar information.
    • Inferences drawn from other personal information: Profiles reflecting preferences, characteristics, behavior, aptitudes, or other similar information.

    c. Collection Purposes: We collect personal information for the following purposes:

    • Enrollment and Registration: To process applications, enroll individuals in training programs, and maintain student records.
    • Communication and Support: To communicate with individuals regarding course schedules, updates, policies, and to respond to inquiries or provide support.
    • Academic Services: To provide educational resources, access to learning materials, and deliver training content.
    • Performance Evaluation: To assess academic performance, evaluate progress, provide feedback, and issue certifications.
    • Safety and Security: To ensure the safety and security of students, staff, and the Academy’s facilities through monitoring and incident response.
    • Compliance with Legal Obligations: To comply with applicable laws, regulations, or legal processes, such as maintaining student records as required by educational and accreditation standards, reporting to government agencies, and fulfilling other legal obligations.
    • Marketing and Promotions: With appropriate consent, we may use personal information to send promotional materials, newsletters, updates, or information about upcoming courses or events related to our training institute.
    • Research and Development: We may analyze personal information to improve our courses, training materials, teaching methods, and overall educational offerings.
    • Recruitment and Employment: In cases where individuals apply for employment or instructor positions at the Academy, we may collect personal information for recruitment, evaluation, and employment purposes.
    • Business Operations: We may use personal information for internal administrative purposes, such as record-keeping, accounting, audits, and managing contractual relationships.

    d. Legal Basis for Processing: We process personal information based on one or more of the following legal grounds:

    • Consent: We may obtain consent from individuals to process their personal information for specific purposes. Individuals have the right to withdraw their consent at any time.
    • Contractual Necessity: Processing personal information may be necessary to fulfill our contractual obligations with individuals, such as providing educational services, issuing certifications, or delivering requested resources.
    • Legal Compliance: We may process personal information to comply with applicable laws, regulations, or legal obligations, such as reporting requirements or record-keeping obligations.
    • Legitimate Interests: We may process personal information based on our legitimate interests, such as improving our educational offerings, ensuring academic integrity, maintaining the safety and security of our students and facilities, and managing our business operations.

    1. Sharing and Disclosure of Personal Information

    a. Disclosure to Third Parties: We may share personal information with the following categories of third parties:

    • Service Providers: We may engage service providers to assist with the delivery of educational services, administrative support, IT infrastructure, customer support, or other business functions. These service providers are bound by appropriate confidentiality and data protection agreements.
    • Educational Partners and Institutions: We may collaborate with educational partners, affiliated institutions, or certification bodies to facilitate joint programs, co-branded courses, or recognition of completed certifications.
    • Legal Compliance: We may disclose personal information when required by law, regulation, legal process, or governmental request. This may include responding to court orders, subpoenas, or other lawful requests for information.
    • Business Transfers: In the event of a merger, acquisition, sale, or transfer of assets, personal information may be transferred or disclosed to the acquiring entity or involved parties as part of the transaction. We will take appropriate measures to protect personal information during such transfers and provide notice if personal information becomes subject to a different privacy statement.

    b. Student Directory Information: As permitted by applicable laws and institutional policies, we may disclose certain directory information, such as student names, program of study, and enrollment status, for academic and administrative purposes, including student directories, awards, and honors.

    1. California Residents’ Rights

    a. Right to Know: California residents have the right to request information about the categories and specific pieces of personal information collected, disclosed, or sold by the Academy in the preceding 12 months. This includes the categories of sources from which the personal information was collected, the purposes for collecting or selling the information, and the categories of third parties with whom the information was shared.

    b. Right to Delete: California residents have the right to request the deletion of their personal information collected or maintained by the Academy, subject to certain exceptions provided by law.

    c. Right to Opt-Out: The Academy does not sell personal information to third parties.

    d. Verification of Requests: To protect the privacy and security of personal information, we will take steps to verify the identity of individuals making requests before responding to them. This may involve verifying certain information provided in the request and matching it to the information we have on file.

    e. Authorized Agents: California residents may designate an authorized agent to make requests on their behalf. Authorized agents must provide written authorization, and we may require the California resident to verify their identity and confirm their consent to the authorized agent’s actions.

    f. Exercising Rights: California residents can exercise their rights by submitting a verifiable consumer request to us using the contact information provided at the end of this Statement. We will respond to such requests within the timeframes specified by applicable law.

    g. Non-Discrimination: We will not discriminate against California residents for exercising their privacy rights under the CCPA. This means we will not deny goods or services, charge different prices, or provide a different level or quality of products or services based on their exercise of these rights.

    1. Data Security and Retention

    a. Data Security: We take reasonable and appropriate measures to protect personal information against unauthorized access, use, disclosure, or destruction. These measures include implementing technical and organizational safeguards, such as encryption, access controls, firewalls, and regular security assessments.

    b. Data Retention: We retain personal information for as long as necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected, as required by law, or as reasonably necessary for our legitimate business purposes. The retention periods may vary based on the type of personal information and the applicable legal requirements.

    1. Privacy Rights and Choices

    a. Access and Correction: Individuals have the right to access their personal information and request corrections or updates if it is inaccurate or incomplete. They can do so by contacting us using the contact information provided at the end of this Statement.

    b. Marketing Communications: Individuals have the right to opt-out of receiving marketing communications from us. They can exercise this right by following the unsubscribe instructions provided in our communications or by contacting us using the contact information provided at the end of this Statement.

    c. Cookies and Tracking Technologies: We use cookies and similar tracking technologies on our website to enhance user experience and collect information about users’ interactions. Individuals can manage their cookie preferences through the browser settings and may choose to block or delete cookies. However, please note that blocking or deleting cookies may affect the functionality of our website.

    d. Third-Party Links: Our website or services may contain links to third-party websites or services. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these third parties. Individuals should review the privacy statements or policies of those third parties before providing any personal information.

    1. Changes to this Statement

    We may update this Statement periodically to reflect changes in our privacy practices or legal requirements. We will notify individuals of any material changes by posting the updated Statement on our website or through other appropriate means. We encourage individuals to review this Statement periodically for the latest information on our privacy practices.

    1. Contact Us

    If you have any questions, concerns, or requests regarding this Privacy Statement or the handling of your personal information by International Anti Crime Academy Inc., please contact us using the following information:

    International Anti Crime Academy Inc., 601 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 700, 33131 Miami (FL), info@anti-crime-academy.us, (786) 738-5527‬.

    We will respond to your inquiries and address any concerns or requests to the best of our abilities and in accordance with applicable privacy laws and regulations.

    Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA):

     ACA also adheres to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records in the United States. FERPA grants eligible students greater control over their educational records and restricts educational institutions from disclosing personally identifiable information without written consent or under certain circumstances. To review our complete FERPA policy, please visit the Federal Education Rights Privacy Act Policy.

    Children’s Personal Information: 

    When IACA collects personal information from or about children under the age of 17, we seek appropriate parental consent to process their information. It’s important to note that IACA’s products and services are not directed at children under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under 13 years old, nor do we knowingly distribute such information to third parties. If we become aware that we have received personal information from someone under the age of 13, we will take steps to delete that information from our records. If you believe that IACA has collected personal information from individuals under the age of 13, please contact us at info@anti-crime-academy.us.


    We understand the importance of safeguarding your Personal Information and take appropriate measures to protect it. However, it’s important to note that the internet is a global communications platform that is not immune to threats, viruses, and unauthorized access. While we strive to maintain the security of your personal information at all times and in all circumstances, we cannot guarantee absolute security.

    Contact Us: 

    If you have any questions, concerns, or requests regarding this Privacy Statement or the handling of your personal information by International Anti Crime Academy Inc., please contact us using the following information:

    International Anti Crime Academy Inc., 601 Brickell Key Drive, Suite 700, 33131 Miami (FL), info@anti-crime-academy.us, (786) 738-5527‬.

    We will respond to your inquiries and address any concerns or requests to the best of our abilities and in accordance with applicable privacy laws and regulations.

    IACA Cookie Statement

    Version: June 01, 2023

    This Cookie Notice provides an overview of the various types of cookies and similar technologies that are utilized on anti-crime-academy.us or anti-crime-academy.com, and other domains operated by International Anti Crime Academy, Inc. (referred to collectively as “IACA”).

    Definition of a cookie: 

    Cookies are small text files that websites transfer to your device in order to store and, at times, collect information about your website usage. This information may include details such as the duration of time spent on websites, pages visited, language preferences, and other traffic data. We utilize this information for security purposes, to enhance navigation, improve information display, personalize user experiences, and recognize devices to facilitate website usage. Additionally, we gather statistical data on website usage to enhance design and functionality, gain insights into usage patterns, and assist in resolving related queries.

    Various types of cookies exist, including:

    • First-party cookies, served directly by IACA.
    • Third-party cookies, served on our behalf by advertisers and data analytics companies.
    • Session cookies, which remain active only while your browser is open and are automatically deleted when you close your browser.
    • Permanent cookies, which persist even after your browser is closed. For example, they recognize your device when you reopen your browser and browse the internet.

    Types of cookies used: 

    • The following list outlines the different types of cookies and similar technologies that may be employed on our websites. Where third-party cookies are used, we provide a link to the respective third party’s cookie policy. If any personal information (information that identifies you as an individual or is related to an identifiable individual) is collected through cookies, our Privacy Notice is applicable and complements this Cookie Notice.

    Necessary Cookies: 

    These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are typically set in response to user actions that request specific services, such as privacy preference settings, login authentication, or form completion. While you have the option to configure your browser to block or notify you about these cookies, certain parts of the site may not function properly if you choose to do so. It is important to note that these cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

    Statistics Cookies:

    These cookies enable us to track and analyze the number of visits and traffic sources to effectively measure and enhance the performance of our website. They provide valuable insights into the popularity of specific pages and visitor navigation patterns. It is important to note that all data collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymized, ensuring that it does not identify individual users. By choosing not to consent to these cookies, we will be unable to determine whether you have visited our website and consequently unable to monitor its performance.

    Marketing Cookies:

    These cookies may be set through our site by our advertising partners. They may be used by those companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant adverts on other sites. They do not store directly personal information, but are based on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device. If you do not allow these cookies, you will experience less targeted advertising.

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    How can I manage cookies?

    You have the freedom to choose whether or not to accept cookies. To update your cookie preferences, please click on the button ‘Withdraw your Consent’.

    Updates to Our Cookie Notice

    We may make changes to this Cookie Notice periodically. Please refer to the “Last Revised” date indicated at the top of this page to determine the most recent revision. In the event of significant changes to this Cookie Notice, we will inform you of such changes during your next visit to any of our websites.

    Contact Information and Comments

    If you have any inquiries or comments regarding this Cookie Notice, please feel free to reach out to us via email at info@anti-crime-academy.us.