The Communications Act of 1934 (Click Here to read about this Act) and the subsequent Telecommunications Act of 1996 (Click Here to read about this Act) cover content on LEOAffairs.com (this site, we, our, or us as applicable). More specifically, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (Click Here to read about this Act) protects this site, its Users and other Content Providers by providing immunity from liability of publishing information provided by others. That being said, we have decided to go the extra mile in moderating its Message Boards.
We have one of the best systems in place to regulate the Message Boards. It involves the use of Voluntary Moderators (at least one for every Message Board), Monitors, Staff Moderators, a Training Moderator and an Executive (Mod1) who is in charge of all Message Boards and Moderators. CLICK HERE to contact Mod1. In fact, we will not add an agency Message Board unless we have someone to moderate it. Thus, given the fact that we have hundreds of agency Message Boards, this system of reporting Abuse and Violations MUST be followed in order to be effective.
Steps to report Abuse and Violations
2. Simply click on the symbol to the right of the post to “Report this post”
3. Select the appropriate “Reason” in the applicable drop-down-box
4. Leave the default “Notify me” option at Yes
6. Click the “Submit” button
All posts reported using the above system are automatically sent to the affected Moderator(s), Staff Moderators and to Mod 1 (who is in charge of all Moderators and Message Boards).
Reports of Abuse and/or Violations that are not credible WILL NOT be processed. Furthermore, users who make a habit of submitting frivolous reports can be banned.
If you are Command Staff for a law enforcement agency and would like to request more timely moderation of your agency’s Message Board, please CLICK HERE to contact us. Before making this request, please verify that your agency has not blocked access to this site from its servers.
Thanks for your support!