Right now there is a connection between your name and your address that can be found by anybody with access to the internet.
We remove you from the top 70 people-search sites which will break the connection between your name and your address. That’s the goal.
OfficerPrivacy.com employees search the top 70-people search sites and identify your personal information. We submit the opt-outs on your behalf.
This manual process ensures we identify all the records associated with you. This manual search is more comprehensive than a strictly technical search as it includes variations of your name (Robert, Rob, Bob, Bobby, nicknames, and misspellings).
We do not identify you as being a law enforcement officer when we contact the website to remove your information. This is important. These sites are just large databases. If you are identified as an officer, whoever has access to that data (an employee, hacker, or purchaser of the data) can run a search and identify all of the LEOs.
That’s scary, and that’s why we don’t it.