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Government AffairsLearn how SEARCH supports information sharing for state, local, tribal and Federal justice, public safety and homeland security organizations through our Government Affairs program.
|November 4-6, 2014||Network Investigation and Digital Triage
|December 3-4, 2014||Online Investigations: Tools, Tips, and Techniques
|December 16-18, 2014||Core Skills for the Investigation of Mobile Devices
SEARCH Organizes November 19 Capitol Hill Briefing on Availability of Domestic Violence Protection Orders to the NICS
In response to a bipartisan request from Senate Judiciary Committee staff, SEARCH organized a briefing for congressional staff focusing on domestic violence protective orders (DVPO) and their availability to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), the system used for background checks of firearms purchasers.
Ms. Haiqi Wei joined SEARCH as an Information Sharing Developer effective November 12, 2014. In this position, Ms. Wei will develop, implement, and deploy information sharing systems on behalf of SEARCH clients in local, state, tribal, and federal government settings.
Helping Pima County Exchange Justice-Health Information: SEARCH Shares Details of Project Success at NIEM in November
In a pilot project supported by SEARCH, stakeholders in Pima County, Arizona, leveraged national standards and practices to improve business processes, policies and technical solutions to conduct medical and health assessments for the 40,000-plus offenders arrested and booked in the county each year.
What is NIEM?