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EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Director of Publication: Nathalie Roret, Director of the ENM
Editorial Director: Maxime Antier, Chief of Staff
Editor: Claire Keller, Head of the Communications Department

DESIGN

Vincent Clarenc, Laure Duluard, Claire Keller, Jean-Bastien Risson

PRODUCTION

Marc Teulet, Axel Roche, UX Republic

CREDITS

Textes : ENM, Laure Duluard, Marion Guillot, Aurélie Grelier, Virginie Gruenenberger, Claire Keller, service communication
Photos : ENM, Stéphanie Delahaye, Florence Deyts, Jérôme Guillet, Marion Guillot, Aurélie Grelier, Virginie Gruenenberger, ministère de la Justice, C.Montagne/DICOM/MJ
Traductions : Hancock Hutton

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

All the content on the ENM website is subject to copyright. Any copying requires the permission of the author pursuant to Article L.122-4 of the Intellectual Property Code. The reproduction or representation of all or part of this site, on any medium whatsoever, is formally prohibited except with the prior written agreement of the Director of Publication. However, the user may download or print out pages and/or parts of the ENM website for strictly personal purposes, as long as they do not delete any notices relating to copyright (source www.enm.justice.fr) or other notices relating to intellectual property rights, and as long as the integrity of the documents reproduced is respected (no modifications or alterations of any sort).

INFORMATION TO WEB USERS ON INTERNET AUDIENCE TRACKING

In order to serve you better, we track the number of pages seen, the number of visits, as well as the activities of visitors to the portal and the frequency of returning using Google Analytics solutions. If you do not wish to be monitored, you should refer to the confidentiality rules. Measurements are also taken using the AddThis bar. If you do not wish to be monitored, you should refer to the privacy rules.

TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT

This website was developed using Drupal free software, is hosted by the ENM and optimised for the following browsers: • Microsoft Internet Explorer 9.0 and higher. The site contains a large number of documents in PDF format (portable document format). You will need specific software to view them. Certain videos consultable on the site require a reader. The minimum resolution recommended is 1280x1024

DATA PROTECTION

The National School for the Judiciary (ENM) undertakes to take all useful precautions to ensure the security of data collected from the user, and in particular to prevent them being deformed, damaged or third parties having access to them. Under French data protection law (Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978), users have a right of access and rectification of information concerning them. This right can be exercised in accordance with the information provided on personal data protection. The National School for the Judiciary (ENM) undertakes not to sell information and documents uploaded by the user using the electronic document service system (SVE) or to disclose them to third parties, except in the cases provided for by the law.

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Find out more

To do this, you can follow the following these links depending on the browser you use: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Windows Internet Explorer.

If you use Internet Explorer

  • In Internet Explorer, click the Tools buttons, then on Internet Options.
  • Under the General tab, and then under Browsing History, click Settings.
  • Click on the View files button.
  • Click on the Name column header to sort the files in alphabetical order, then scroll down the list until you see files starting with the "Cookie" prefix. (all cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created the cookie).
  • Select the cookies containing the name "ENM" and delete them.
  • Close the window containing the list of files, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.

If you use Firefox

  • Go to the Tools tab in the browser and select Options.
  • In the window that opens, choose Privacy and click on View Cookies.
  • Find the files that contain the name "ENM", then select and delete them.

If you use Safari

  • In your browser, choose the Edit menu and click Preferences.
  • Click Security.
  • Click Show Cookies.
  • Select the cookies containing the name "ENM" and click on Remove or Remove All.
  • After deleting the cookies, click Done.

If you use Google Chrome

  •  Click on the Tools menu icon.
  •  Select Settings.
  •  Click the Advanced Settings tab and go to the Privacy and Security.
  •  Click See cookies and other site data.
  •  Find the files that contain the name "ENM", then select and delete them by clicking Remove.
  •  Click on Close to return to your browser.

 

Contact

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