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Membership Interaction

Information and idea generation. Sharing and consensus-building. SEARCH’s strength is our ability to engage justice stakeholders in valuable face-to-face and virtual peer networking.

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Our ability to evolve Member-identified needs from research, to policy and technical solution development, then on to implementation, distinguishes us from other organizations.

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SEARCH provides thought leadership to the justice information sharing community by conducting detailed research, analysis and fact finding to explore key justice issues.

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SEARCH educates, influences and advocates the states’ issues, ideas and positions to a variety of decision-makers, peers and partners in the justice information sharing community.

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Learn how SEARCH supports information sharing for state, local, tribal and Federal justice, public safety and homeland security organizations through our Government Affairs program.

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August 25-27, 2015 Online Investigations: Tools, Tips, and Techniques
New York, NY

  Latest Posts


New SEARCH Publication Addresses What Law Enforcement Needs to Know About the Internet Protocol Transition from IPv4 to IPv6

The world is facing a shortage of Internet Protocol addresses—those unique numbers that help us connect to the Internet. In fact, service providers have just about exhausted the available supply of version 4 IP addresses. So in order to keep things moving online, users are being migrated over to version 6, which has an almost infinite capacity for doling out unique numbers.


SEARCH Welcomes New Alabama Member

SEARCH is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Daniel Urquhart to the SEARCH Membership Group. Mr. Urquhart is Deputy Director of the Information Bureau within the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA).