The ISE Blog

Recently, the Joint Counterterrorism Assessment Team (JCAT) released the 2016 Intelligence Guide for First Responders . The guide was produced for first responders by first responders and was designed to improve information sharing among state, local, tribal, and territorial jurisdictions and the...
Effective information sharing is fundamental to fulfilling the homeland security mission. As a user-driven program, the Department of Homeland...
The attack in Orlando underscores the importance of advancing our efforts to empower local communities to prevent violent extremism in the United...
On Monday, May 9, 2016, my office sponsored a competition as part of the international “Peer 2 Peer: Challenging Extremism” program, where three...
As a means of monitoring and advancing the priority actions identified during the 2015 “Addressing the Challenges of a Robust State and Regional...
The Information Sharing Environment (ISE) has always been focused on terrorism-related information sharing; with terrorist groups’ ever-increasing...
The New Yorker ’s 2016 Pulitzer winning article “ The Really Big One ” presents an informative, yet terrifying overview of what Northern California,...
City and county law enforcement executives have often found the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) summary process cumbersome with regard to developing...
New England State Police Information Network (NESPIN) is pleased to welcome the Boston Regional Intelligence Center (BRIC) to the group of partner...
The Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies (ASCIA) recently held a Cybercrime Workshop on 14 and 15 April, 2016 in Hamilton, New Jersey...
Privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties (P/CRCL) – as they relate to the public and private space – are increasingly woven into the work of...