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InfoTech Program. As part of the AGILE Program, NIJ, through JPSG, is developing an informational technology system providing interregional information sharing among law enforcement agencies (LEAs). This system allows LEAs to share information using existing systems and networks. Each agency decides what is to be shared and with whom. InfoTech is introducing new technologies and methods for ease of use, security and privacy, and information exchange—while minimizing cost and allowing agencies to set their own policies regarding sharing and security.
TechBeat, NLECTC, Summer 1998. 02. June 1998. ” NIJ Journal, Issue 238, January 1999. ■ Helicopters in Pursuit Operations. NIJ Research in Action (NCJ 171695), August 1998. ” NIJ Journal, Issue 243, April 2000. ” TechBeat, NLECTC, Summer 1998. ■ New Technology Batteries Guide: NIJ Guide 200–98. October 1998. ” Unpublished report (NCJ 168961), January 1998. ■ Understanding Wireless Communications in Public Safety: A Guidebook to Technology, Issues, Planning, and Management. NLECTC–Rocky Mountain (NCJ 180211), March 2000.
The equipment was provided and the training was developed under an NIJ grant to the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF). Sources of Further Information Contacts: ■ National Institute of Justice, Office of Science and Technology: 202–307–0645. ■ Joint Program Steering Group: 703–351–8719. org. ■ National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–Northeast: 888–338–0584. ■ National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center–West: 888–548–1618. org/jaibg. ■ Police Executive Research Forum (PERF): 202–466–7820.