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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council Standards Co...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: First Day 1:00 p.m. Call to Order Roll Call and Introductions Topic #1 Current Status of the Document - A Safer Nation: Improving Criminal Background Screening for Volunteers and Positions of Trust Discussion on Advantages of Conducting Background Searches of State Databases Topic #2 Establishment of Minimum Standards for Identification Verification of Applicants When Being Fingerprinted Topic #3* Review of DOJ/OLC Comments on the Outsourcing Proposed Rule and t...

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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council Policy and P...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: First Day 8:30 a.m. Call to Order Roll Call and Introductions Topic #1* Discussion of the 15 Factors of Section 6403 of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 Report Topic #2 A Guide for Fingerprint Submitting Agencies to Use When Establishing a Fingerprint Applicant Identity Verification Program Topic #3** Notice on Combined Security and Management Control Outsourcing Standard (Standard)? Topic #4** Concept of Operations for the National C...

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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council Meeting West...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: First Day 2:00 p.m. Call to Order Opening Remarks Roll Call and Introductions Topic #1 Background of the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 Section 6402 - Private Security Officer Employment Authorization Act of 2004 Section 6403 - Criminal History Background Check Report Topic #2 Discussion of the 15 Factors of the 6403 Report 6:00 p.m. Adjourn Second Day 8:30 a.m. Topic #2 (Continued) Discussion of the 15 Factors of the 6403 Report Topic ...

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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council Meeting Atla...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: REVISED AGENDA. First Day 9:00 a.m. Call to Order Roll Call and Introductions Welcome to Montana, Mayor, DOJ Presentation by Park Ranger Approval of Minutes from February 25-26, 2003 Meeting Topic #1* Standards Committee Report on the Release of Expunged Record Data from State Central Repositories Topic #2 Standards Committee Report on the Ability to Search Online Civil File for Criminal Background Checks of Applicants for Positions of Trust (Referred Directly t...

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Workplace Violence : Issues in Response

By: Critical Incident Response Group, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime

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Introduction: Background. With the passage of the Hate Crime Statistics Act of 1990, Congress mandated the collection of information about crimes motivated by a bias against a person?s race, religion, sexual orientation, and/or ethnicity/national origin. Commissioned by the Attorney General and aided by several local and state law enforcement agencies already investigating and collecting information about hate crimes, the FBI?s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program devel...

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The School Shooter : A Threat Assessment Perspective

By: Mary Ellen O'Toole, Ph.D.

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Excerpt: Abstract: Steganographic techniques are being applied across a broad set of different digital technologies. It has been rumored that terrorists have been utilizing steganographic techniques within digital images to communicate on the Internet. There have been no confirmed reports of successful detection of steganographic content within images found on the Internet. In this paper, the authors describe their efforts in performing their own analysis. Over 200,000 i...

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Study of the Fbis Office of Professional Responsibility

By: Griffin B. Bell and Lee Colwell

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Introduction: Why would a student bring a weapon to school and without any explicable reason open fire on fellow students and teachers? Are school shooters angry? Are they crazy? Is their motive revenge? Hatred for the victims? A hunger for attention?

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Fbi Laboratory, 2004

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Introduction: In the FBI Strategic Plan 2004 ? 2009, the Director listed ten priorities for the FBI. One of those priorities was ?to upgrade technology to successfully perform the FBI?s mission?. Information Technology (IT) was identified as a key enabling function. The purpose of this document is to present the FBI?s Plan for achieving that goal. We have identified that goal as an end-state to be realized by the year 2010. To accomplish that goal, the FBI needs a two-pr...

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Processing Guide for Developing Latent Prints

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

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Methods of Data Quality Control : For Uniform Crime Reporting Programs

By: Yoshio Akiyama, Sharon K. Propheter

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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact and Council Handbook

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: NATIONAL CRIMINAL HISTORY ACCESS AND CHILD PROTECTION ACT Sec. 201. Short title. Subtitle A--Exchange of Criminal History Records for Noncriminal Justice Purposes Sec. 211. Short title. Sec. 212. Findings. Sec. 213. Definitions. Sec. 214. Enactment and consent of the United States. Sec. 215. Effect on other laws. Sec. 216. Enforcement and implementation. Sec. 217. National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact.

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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council Bylaws, May ...

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: History of the National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Act of 1998. It was determined in the late 1970s that state criminal history records were more accurate and complete in that the states may have additional arrest and disposition information from state files, such as District Attorney records and court records. Because states have varying statutes or policies that restrict the dissemination of records for noncriminal justice purposes, it was determined...

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Fbi Strategic Plan, 2004-2009

By: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Excerpt: The application of computer technology to the investigation of computer based crime has given rise to a new field of specialisation?forensic computing?which is the process of identifying, preserving, analysing and presenting digital evidence in a manner that is legally acceptable. It encompasses four key elements.

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Physical Fitness in Law Enforcement Follow the Yellow Brick Road

By: Patti Ebling

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Excerpt: Likewise, the law enforcement profession must go upstream to prevent the negative impact of stress. Prevention, or at least the reduction, of the negative impact of stress proves crucial to the health of law enforcement officers. Comparing stress prevention or reduction to similar efforts, such as crime or disease prevention and reduction, can lead to a better understanding of how to approach the problem.

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Crisis Negotiation Teams Selection and Training

By: Chuck Regini

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Excerpt: EXAMINING THE FBI?S FITNESS CHALLENGE. The FBI?s Focus on Fitness program emphasizes cardiovascular and strength training. The agency tests its agents on their physical fitness and encourages them to maintain these fitness levels throughout their careers. Law enforcement officers who remain physically fit prove more readily able to cope with the day-to-day stress of the job and are better prepared to handle critical incidents. Realizing this, the FBI established...

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Hostage/Barricade Management a Hidden Conflict Within Law Enforcement

By: Gregory M. Vecchi

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Excerpt: CNT leaders optimally should be equal in rank to the tactical team leader to facilitate discussion of alternative courses of action and balance in reaching consensus on strategy recommendations. Frequently, CNT leaders are subordinate to tactical team leaders. Having one team leader higher in rank can act as an inhibiting factor in discussions and result in one team leader dominating the strategy formulation and having more influence with the incident commander.

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Escape from the Killing Zone

By: Anthony J. Pinizzotto

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Excerpt: When teams disagree on how best to resolve the situation, a unique conflict triangle exists comprising the OSC, the SWAT commander, and the negotiation commander. Similar to a quasi-arbitration process, the OSC acts as the arbitrator, listening to the arguments and views of the SWAT and negotiation commanders, who represent their respective team constituencies. Throughout the incident, the OSC, acting like an arbitrator, renders decisions on how best to address ...

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Authentication Technology Identity Theft and Account Takeover

By: John Pollock

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Excerpt: The officers learned that the complainants had seen an individual on the balcony of their secondstory apartment. They described the alleged prowler as a Hispanic male, approximately 14 or 15 years of age, 5' 6 in height, and weighing approximately 90 pounds. Because of the construction of the apartment complex, the balcony was accessible either from the apartment?s sliding door or, with considerable effort, from a window in the second- floor hallway. The complai...

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Dealing with Domestic Violence in Law Enforcement Relationships

By: Karen J. Kruger

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Excerpt: Telephonic and Electronic Commerce Transactions Consumers want to know the credibility of merchants. Check verification companies and financial enterprises that provide EFT platforms might be able to move toward a PIN authentication system. If merchants and the PIN authentication system remain separate entities, conducting business will be more secure.

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The Manageable Future Envisioning the End State

By: Charles S. Heal

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Excerpt: Step One: Leadership Effective law enforcement executives lead both by example and by setting clear expectations for the behavior of those who serve under them. The first step in establishing an effective intradepartmental response to domestic violence involves the leader demonstrating intolerance for such behavior, speaking out against it, and standing as an advocate for those who are harmed by it. Leaders? public policies, established for enforcement by the of...

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