Privacy policy - About Polish Police

Privacy policy

The National Police Headquarters is particularly committed to respecting the privacy of users visiting websites in the following domains: and The following text sets out the terms of use of our websites and related privacy policy.

What data do we collect?

Data collected automatically

When you visit our websites, anonymous data about your visit is automatically collected, e.g. your IP address, domain name, browser type, operating system type, etc.

Data collected upon contacting us

When you contact us by phone, e-mail, etc., you provide us with your personal information, e.g. your name, surname, e-mail address, etc.

Data collected upon registration

To be able to use some of the functionalities of our websites, you will need to register as a user. During the registration process, we will ask you for your e-mail address and password, which you will use on our website, and we will also ask you for additional data, e.g.: name and surname, contact details of the editorial office you represent.

How do we use and process your data?

The data collected during registration is used only to log on our websites and to verify the users.

If you have subscribed to our newsletter (or otherwise agreed to it), we will use your details to send you our newsletter. In each successive newsletter you will be asked if you wish to continue receiving it.

The data collected automatically can be used to analyse user behaviour on our websites.

The data collected in the course of correspondence between you and our website will be used only to respond to your inquiries.

In the event of an inspection by the Office for Personal Data Protection, your data may be made available to the Office's employees in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.

Should you violate the terms of use of our website, breach the law, or if required by law, we may disclose your data to the law enforcement authorities.

How will we contact you?

If you have subscribed to our newsletter, you will receive it by e-mail.

If you have contacted us, you may receive a reply from us by e-mail or by any other communication channel of your choice.

How can you inform us of a change of data?

If you want to unsubscribe from the newsletter, you can use the unsubscribe option in the footer of each message you receive. If you want to change the e-mail address to which the newsletter is sent, you can contact the editors of the website.

If you are registered on one of our websites, once you log in to the system, you can make changes to the data provided during registration and used to log in to the system. If you wish to delete your data, please contact the editors of the website.

Using cookies

Our websites may use cookies. They identify your browser and improve the performance of our websites. Cookies do not contain any personal data.

Website statistics

Our websites collect anonymous data on visited sites (pages). These data are used solely for statistical analysis of website traffic, e.g. to determine the popularity of individual sections of the website.

How do we protect and secure your data?

When you provide us with your personal data, the communication between your computer and our servers is encrypted with the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) protocol. Moreover, our databases are protected against access by third parties.


See the copyright notice.

Changes to our Privacy policy

We reserve the right to change this Privacy policy by publishing a new Privacy policy on this website.


Data collector: National Police Headquarters, ul. Puławska 148/150, 02-624 Warsaw.

If you have additional questions about privacy protection, please contact the editors of the website.

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