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Information System

Most law enforcement agencies use varying types of information systems to manage data. These information systems are a means to maintain criminal records, track or map crime and offenses, assist in dispatching and investigations, allocate resources, comprehensively manage cases, and share data.  


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OJP Publications

Improving Information-Sharing Across Law Enforcement - Why Can't We Know?, NIJ-Sponsored, 2015

AISLE II: Accelerated Information Sharing for Law Enforcement: Final Report, NIJ-Sponsored, 2007

Assessing an Automated, Information Sharing Technology in the Post "9-11" Era--Do Local Law Enforcement Officers Think It Meets Their Needs?, NIJ-Sponsored, 2004
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Affordable Crime Mapping and Information Sharing Technology, NIJ-Sponsored, 2001

Establishing and Maintaining Interagency Information Sharing, OJJDP, March 2000

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Where can I find information on Compstat?
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Where can I locate information on conducting forensic computer investigations?
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What is the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative?
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