Welcome to The Official Nasty Boyz
Webring homepage. The Official Nasty Boyz Webring was
started on 27 June 1999 to help promote law enforcement web sites
on the internet. It is for anyone who is either a member of the
law enforcement community or who has a page that is law
Requirements to join The Official Nasty
Your page must:
1.) Be law enforcement related.
2.) Have sufficient depth of content.
3.)Be a personal or department page. (No commercial pages,
4.)Include the required ring HTML code and graphics. The HTML
code can be on another page (for example: a links page) so long
as it is easy to find and when someone links to your page, they
are linked to the main page. (put your main page URL in the URL
field of the submit form.)
If you meet the requirements listed above, you may join the ring
by filling out the form on the bottom of this page. Once you have
added yourself to the queue, you will be sent an e-mail with the
HTML code that you will need to add to your page. You will need
to cut and paste this code into your page. You will also need to
download the two graphics that are displayed in the ring graphic
at the bottom of this page. ( The left-hand graphic must be saved
as swat_l.jpg. The right-hand graphic must be saved as
swat_r.jpg) Once the HTML code and graphics have been added to
your page and I have viewed it and approved it, I will then
activate your ID number. (I will try to activate your site within
a week from the date that you submit.) If you have any problems,
e-mail me and I will do my best to assist you.
How is the ring integrity ensured?
The people over at Webring have a utility to let the
administrator test the ring. This utility checks all member's
pages to make sure that they are still up and contain the
required ring HTML code. If any page is found lacking the proper
HTML code, the webmaster will be e-mailed and notified that they
have 96 hours to correct the problem or the page will be removed.
Once a page is removed from the ring, it will have to be
re-submitted in order to be put back into the ring. I don't mean
to sound harsh, but this is necessary to ensure that the ring can
be easily surfed.