OFCANZ (Organised Financial Crime Agency of New Zealand) are committed to ensuring your privacy is protected. Any personal information you do provide to us will be kept for as long as necessary to achieve the purpose you submitted it for.
OFCANZ , as a government department, is subject to the Privacy Act 1993.
You can browse our websites without providing personal information
You can access and browse our sites without disclosing your personal information, for example:
We automatically record some non-personal information
We do not attempt to identify users or their browsing activities unless they choose to give us personal information.
If you visit our website to read or download information, we automatically record some non-personal information in a log file, for example:
The OFCANZ website uses Google Analytics to analyse how people use the website. This analytical tool uses 'cookies', which are text files placed on your computer, to collect standard internet log information and visitor behaviour information in an anonymous form. Your computer's internet address and IP address and how you interact with the website is also captured and transmitted and stored by Google outside of New Zealand. Google uses this tracking data to compile statistical (anonymous) reports on website activity. This information enables OFCANZ to evaluate how the website is used and how it can be improved.
OFCANZ cannot use Google Analytics to track or collect any visitor personally identifiable information, such as user identification and passwords. OFCANZ will not link, or seek to link to an IP address of a visitor.
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings on your browser. Disabling cookies will not affect your ability to use the OFCANZ website.
When do we collect personal information?
We collect personal information when you contact OFCANZ by filling in the online Contact Us enquiry form.
Subscribing to a service or newsletter
If you subscribe to a service or newsletter through this website, we record your email address in a database. We use your email address to send you the service or newsletter. We will not disclose your email address to any third parties.
Subscribing to news releases or incident alerts implies that you have given your consent to receive emails from us, as defined in the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Act 2007. You can unsubscribe at any time by visiting the subscription page for the service you wish to terminate, entering your email address and clicking "Unsubscribe".
Contact us online: Webmaster
If you have any concerns about the policy please contact:
The Police Privacy Officer
DDI: 04 470 7392