When you visit our Web site to browse, read pages, or download information, we automatically collect and store only the following information:
· The Internet domain and IP address from which you access our portal;
· The date and time you access our site;
· The pages you visit; and
If you linked to ncja.ncdoj.gov from another Web site, the address of that Web site.
We use this information to help make the site more useful to visitors – to learn about the number of visitors to the site and the types of technology visitors use.
Web Site Security
For Web site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, this computer system employs software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.
Government records in North Carolina generally are public. The public policy of the State of North Carolina as established by the General Assembly is to "provide that, as a general rule, the public would have liberal access to public records."
The North Carolina Public Records Law states that public records “shall mean all documents papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, films, sound recordings, magnetic or other tapes, electronic data-processing records, artifacts, or other documentary material, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance in connection with the transaction of public business by any agency of North Carolina or its subdivisions.” For information to be confidential, a specific provision must be made in the law.
The materials on this site are for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. You should not act upon the information on this site without seeking advice from a lawyer licensed in your own state or country. Please note that you should not send any confidential information regarding your legal matter to the North Carolina Justice Academy or Department of Justice or any of their employees until you understand the legal impact of doing so.
If you email us and include personal information, we may use that information in responding to your request. Email is not necessarily secure or confidential. Send only the information that is necessary for us to answer your question or process your request. The email is subject to the North Carolina Public Records Law.
Temporary or session cookies are used on our Web site pages. These cookies are stored in memory and are only available during an active browser session. Session cookies are also used by some of the applications deployed on our Web site to temporarily save information entered by a user as long as the user's browser is open. These cookies do not collect personal information on users, and they are erased as soon as you close your Web browser. No personally identifiable information about you is maintained as a result of a temporary or session cookie.
You can configure your Web browser to accept or decline cookies, or to alert you when cookies are in use. You do not have to accept cookies from us, but if you choose not to, some of the functions on our site may not be available to you.
Links to Other Sites
Our site provides links to other Web sites. The privacy policies described here do NOT necessarily apply to any external sites. Read the privacy policies of other sites you visit. Be informed. You are the person best qualified to protect your own privacy.