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TCCO Link Policy

This document outlines the policies for linking to the Texas Civil Commitment Office (TCCO) Web site, and for getting a link to your site from the TCCO Web site. TCCO complies with the State Web Site Link and Privacy Policy at http://www.dir.state.tx.us/standards/link_policy.htm. TCCO encourages organizations that link to this web site to comply with the State policy, especially regarding protection of the privacy rights of individuals, and to make reasonable efforts to provide accessible sites.

Linking to TCCO

You do not need to get advance permission to link to us if you are making a simple link to the home page. If you link to the home page we do request that you only link to us using the following url: 


You may also link to any of our subpages, where appropriate. Because we may change subpages at any time without notice, you should routinely verify your links to our subpages.

What You Should Not Do

Please do not capture TCCO web pages within your frames, present TCCO content as that of your own, otherwise misrepresent the content of the TCCO web pages or misinform users about the origin or ownership of the content of the TCCO Web site. Any link to our site should be a full forward link that passes the client browser to the TCCO site unencumbered. The BACK button should return the visitor to your Web site if the visitor wishes to back out. Although the content of the TCCO Web site is available to the public, certain information may be trademarked, service marked, or otherwise protected as TCCO's intellectual property, and all content is protected by federal copyright laws. Use of protected intellectual property must be in accordance with federal and state law and must reflect the copyright, trademark, service mark or other intellectual property ownership of TCCO. Please refer to our Copyright and Disclaimer statement for more information. Do not link to TCCO graphics or tables within TCCO Web pages, especially in an effort to place the downloading burden on the TCCO Web servers. Such an action may be considered a misuse of state resources. Please contact TCCO to request permission to use a copy of the graphics within your pages.


If you link to our site, please use reasonable efforts to ensure that persons with disabilities may access your Web site.

Getting a Link To Your Site From Us

The TCCO Web site selects and links to definitive sources of information at its own discretion. We look for sites that can provide reliable information on a related topic. We appreciate hearing about your site. Selection is based upon such factors as:

  • The stability and trustworthiness of the site.
  • Benefit to the consumer or researcher.
  • Reliability of the source of the information.
  • Fitting the link within our web design and mission.
  • Accessibility to people with disabilities.

Such links may be removed or replaced at any time without notice. We will remove a link if:

  • The link no longer points to the original information or resource that was intended.
  • The information is inaccurate or not trustworthy.
  • Access to the information has become difficult due to odd formating, lengthy download times, or intrusive advertising.
  • The link has gone dead or remains unavailable for a lengthy period, especially if we are unable to contact you about your site's status.

If your site meets the standard criteria we will usually create the link within five business days, but it can take longer depending on current workload.

Reciprocal Links

The TCCOWeb site does not enter into reciprocal link agreements. We provide links to sites that are appropriate to our mission.

Our creation of a link to your site does not obligate you to provide a link back to us, but you are, of course, welcome to do so.

We always appreciate a note telling us of new links. Please email us your link information.


Last Updated October 19, 2016

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