ORANGE, Calif., Feb. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Chula Vista Police Officer’s Association (CVPOA), a nonprofit organization that represents the sworn personnel of the city’s Police Department for the ranks of Officer through Lieutenant, has selected IronWall360 to provide its membership with online monitoring and privacy protection.
With threats against law enforcement on the rise, the need to keep the home addresses and phone numbers of police officers off the internet, where they can be searched and located by anyone, has never been more prevalent. IronWall360 is the largest and most reputable leader in the field of online judicial and law enforcement protection.
“Imagine an officer handing an angry motorist a traffic ticket, along with his home address. If that officer’s address can be found with a quick Google search, that’s essentially what he is doing. And having that information available can result in harassment, vandalism or even violence,” said IronWall360 CEO Ron Zayas.
The proprietary online monitoring system used by IronWall360 scans the internet every day for places online where the addresses and phone numbers of those under the company’s protection are displayed – and when discovered takes action to have them removed. Those that refuse to comply are referred to the Attorney General’s office, or sued in court – one way or another, that content disappears.
“As part of our mission to serve the City’s law enforcement community, we are excited to make online privacy protection available to the officers that keep our city safe,” said CVPOA spokesman James Horst. “Based on our discussions with IronWall360, we are confident that they are the right company to provide this vital service.”
“We’re delighted to have the Chula Vista POA join the family of law enforcement individuals and communities under our protection,” Zayas said. “We hope these brave men and women who protect and serve us will have greater peace of mind, knowing that we are keeping their private information away from those that might wish to do them harm.”
If your police department or organization would like more information on online privacy protection, or if you are interested in individual registration, visit https://ironwall360.com/police-officers-online-protection.php,
IronWall360 works with superior courts, justice departments and law enforcement agencies as a legally-contracted agent, to formally remove any personal information from any website in violation of state and federal restrictions. The company also provides website design and development services, content management, security services and ADA review for public sector websites. 360Civic is part of 360 BC Group, Inc. a family of companies serving Fortune 500, startup and civic organizations since 2004. For more information, visit https://ironwall360.com/
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SOURCE The Chula Vista Police Officer’s Association