We keep your personal information private and secure. When you submit information that includes data to the Police Department through this web site, we retain your information for follow-up purposes only. This process is identical to the system employed when you report a crime or other problem to the New Baltimore Police Department or to a police officer. As a consequence, your name will not be disclosed outside this department except as required and permitted by law.

If the information you submitted was done anonymously, we will make no attempt to obtain your identity except in circumstances where it may be pivotal to prevent the loss of life or property.

Information that might identify you does not accompany your anonymous online information submissions unless you provide it. However, some of the online reports and submission forms require a name and phone number. In such cases the information must be submitted before the form will be processed.

On some pages we have used “cookies” to keep track of your frequency of visits to our web site. This is done solely to allow us to present unique content to you and not to determine your identity. Information you submit using any of our online forms IS NOT stored as a cookie. You can disable our ability to use cookies by changing the cookies option in your browser’s preferences.

Other sites accessible through our web site have their own privacy policies and data collection practices. Please consult each site’s privacy policy. The City of New Baltimore and the New Baltimore Police Department are not responsible for the actions of third parties.

The New Baltimore Police Department fully cooperates with state and federal law enforcement agencies in identifying those who use services for illegal activities. We reserve the right to report to other law enforcement agencies any activities that we reasonably believe to be unlawful and to take appropriate actions against violators of law. Please check back frequently to see any updates or changes to our privacy policy.