The information you provide the library when you use the library or become a member is protected in the following ways:
- It is used to permit access to computers and online resources, ensure that books are returned, fines are paid, and to enforce our Code of Conduct.
- The only people who can view your information are you, or anyone you have authorized to do so. By giving someone your card, you are providing them with authorization. Parents or guardians can view the information of children under 16.
- The only time we may share information with others is for police investigations, debt collections, or child welfare.
- We never share your information with online resource sites. We only allow them to check that your card is valid.
- We never share your information with our Internet provider unless we are forced to by law.
- If you use one of our computers, we record your user ID. If you use our Wi-Fi, we record your device number. We only use these for the reasons above. We have no way of tracking which sites you visit.
- We have no way of finding out the identity of people who visit our website.
- We only keep a list of the items you have borrowed in the past if you ask us to.
- We only use a few letters of your name and your card number when we put items on the hold shelf for you.
- We only send you e-mails with updates on library services and programs if you have given us permission to do so.
- We record video inside and outside the library. Only staff can view it and they can only use it to enforce our Code of Conduct. In rare cases we may share it with police.
If you have any questions or concerns about privacy, please contact our CEO Todd Kyle.