Email disclaimer

All our emails have a legal disclaimer statement appended automatically. The disclaimer statement includes a hyperlink to this web page so you can read it in full.

Any opinions expressed in the email message you have received are those of the individual and not necessarily of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The email message (and any files attached with it) should be regarded as confidential information, and as material protected by the solicitor-client privilege.

If you are not the intended recipient, or the person responsible for delivering the message content to the intended recipient, be advised that you have received this email in error and that any onward transmission is strictly prohibited. The email should be deleted immediately, including any backups and temporary files.

If you have received this email in error please contact us straight away.

Our email service providers automatically monitor all inbound/outbound emails or domains it hosts for viruses, profanity, offensive language, racist, sexual comments, virus hoaxes, chain-mail and known spam mailers.

We reserve the right to intercept, store, archive, delete, or view such emails for security/audit purposes and where necessary instigate appropriate proceedings against the parties involved.

Emails sent to and from our email systems and domains hosted thereof may be stored on discs/archive storage in accordance with our IT provider’s backup/archiving policy.

We virus scan all inbound and outbound emails (plus any attachments) but this does NOT guarantee such messages to be virus-free. The onus is on the receiving recipients to check they are virus-free.

We accept no responsibility for any damage caused by receiving emails from our email systems and/or hosted domains.

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