We take our patrons' privacy very seriously. We will not share any information about you or the items you check out with anyone.
Library records are for the sole purpose of protecting public property and are not to be used, directly or indirectly, to identify the types of materials used by library patrons.
Under no circumstances shall the library staff answer to any third party about materials a patron is reading or using or about the kind of information asked for from the library by a patron.
No library records, including, but not limited to, circulation records, computer logs, and reference questions, shall be made to casual members of the public, the press, or any agency of the state, federal, or local government except pursuant to such process order or subpoena as may be authorized under the authority of and pursuant to federal, state or local law regarding civil, criminal, or administrative discovery procedures or legislative investigative power.
The board of trustees and the library director shall resist the issuance or enforcement of any such process order until such time as a proper showing of good cause has been made in a court of competent jurisdiction. Moreover, any costs incurred by the library in any search through patron records, even under court order, shall be charged to the agency demanding such search.