When you visit orangefiremarshal.com, some basic information may be collected from your web browser. This information is used solely to help us make this site more useful to visitors, to learn about the number of visitors to our site and the kinds of technology they use. Basic information that may be collected is:
You may choose to provide us with personal information, as an email with a comment or question. This information is used to improve our service to you or to respond to your request. Sometimes we share your email with other agencies and employees who may be better able to help you, and these staffs may be employed by a different agency within the State. By law, we cannot share this information with idividuals (including State employees) that do not require it as a normal part of their duties. Except for autorized law enforcement investigations, or as required by law, we do not distribute, share, sell, or lease email to any other entities without your consent. We use your email address to further improve our website, or to forward the email to another agency for appropriate action. Once the issue or concern is resolved, this information will not be retained unless required by State law or agency regulations.
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The Orange Fire Marshal's Office will not distribute, share, sell or lease your information to third parties for direct marketing or email marketing purposes. The information collected at this site will remain confidential to the extent permitted by State or Federal law. State law may, however, require disclosure upon request of certain information collected at this site should it be deemed "public information" under the Connecticut Freedom of Information Act.