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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.
|Mar 26-28, 2018||Online Investigations: Tools, Tips and Techniques|
SEARCH has opened an office in the Washington, D.C. area, announced Executive Director David J. Roberts.
Ms. Donna Uzzell—who has represented Florida on the SEARCH Membership Group for more than two decades, and who is widely known for her ceaseless advocacy to protect vulnerable populations and support national justice programs —will receive SEARCH’s highest practitioner honor for 2018: The O.J. Hawkins Award.
Just Released: Biennial Survey Offers a National Snapshot Of State Criminal History Info/Operations at Year-end 2016
On Monday, February 12, BJS released the results of the 14th survey in the series—Survey of State Criminal History Information Systems, 2016—and it offers the most current and comprehensive snapshot of the data, trends, improvements, and practices spanning repository and criminal history operations nationwide.