In the explosion of technology supporting public mobility and ubiquitous connectivity, law enforcement, justice, and public safety agencies still face a challenge in real-time information sharing for the officer on the ground – as readers of this blog are well aware.
The IJIS National Symposium is an annual conference that brings together federal, state, and local government, private industry, and associations to discuss law enforcement information sharing and technology.
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No matter what you celebrate, this week brings us back into the swing of things, after a likely lull in operations over the holidays. New year, new enthusiasm, new information sharing opportunities! Here’s our news wrap-up to help you get up to speed.
On Christmas Day 2009, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab nearly destroyed Flight 253 while in route from Amsterdam to Detroit. The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence subsequently reported 14 separate intelligence failures that led to the near-incident.
Naughty or Nice? ISE Partnership with Santa Claus Improves Mission-Focused Responsible Information Sharing at the North Pole
Every year, Santa Claus, his trusty team of reindeer, hardworking cadre of elves–and of course, Mrs. Claus–embark on a complex, multi-layered process of fulfilling children’s holiday wishes across the globe, gathering information on wish lists, acquiring materials to build toys, and deploying them to the right homes. We recently caught up with Santa and his team to discuss their information sharing challenges, the ISE principles they have been using, and their progress since last Christmas.
Map courtesy of the Smart Policing Institute. Exciting news for the information sharing environment – New Jersey’s Real Time Crime Center (RTCC) launched yesterday in Newark, NJ.
It’s the end of the year, which means parties, calories, cold weather – and agencies trying to push out their big stories before the holiday rush! In this edition of the Buzz, we’re highlighting some “big news” stories in information sharing.
The Annual National Fusion Center Association Training event is one that our community eagerly awaits each year. As the national network of fusion centers continues to mature, this annual gathering does the same.
Today’s Buzz comes to us from a monthly newsletter compiled by the DHS Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. Together with the DOJ Bureau of Justice Assistance, they provide training and assistance on privacy issues to fusion centers across the country.