The SEARCH Board of Directors has appointed Mr. Timothy Lott as the organization’s Interim Executive Director, effective May 1, 2017.
SEARCH High-Tech Crime Trainers Provide Digital Evidence Expertise at 6th Annual National Cyber Crime Conference
Technological advances create both challenges and opportunities for law enforcement investigators and prosecutors. It is critical that they know how to obtain, analyze, and understand digital evidence.
One of SEARCH’s core mission areas is to work to improve the quality, accuracy, timeliness, and availability of criminal history record information (CHRI). In support of this mission, our Law and Policy team oversaw the preparation and release of the two new resources.
Social media, social networking, and technology are the focus of SEARCH presentations and workshops this week at the 2017 Children’s Justice Conference. They are led by Justin Fitzsimmons, Program Manager of SEARCH High-Tech Crime Training Services.
Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit Features Specialized Instruction by SEARCH High-Tech Crime Training Team
SEARCH’s High-Tech Crime Training Services (HTCTS) team is in Portland, Oregon, this week, presenting at the 2017 Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit.
SEARCH’s Top Practitioner Award for 2017 Honors Justice Official, Information Sharing Advocate Billy Clinton
Mr. Billy (Bill) Clinton, Division Administrator for the Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC), will receive SEARCH’s 2017 O.J. Hawkins Award for Innovative Leadership and Outstanding Contributions in Criminal Justice Information Systems, Policy and Statistics.
SEARCH Chair and Tennessee Member Brad Truitt, Active Leader and Mentor, to Receive 2017 Cooper Meritorious Service Award
Mr. Bradley Truitt—an active SEARCH Member and leader for more than a decade—will be the 2017 recipient of the Gary R. Cooper Meritorious Service Award, SEARCH’s top Membership honor.
Iowa Governor Terry E. Branstad appointed Mr. David Jobes to serve as Iowa’s representative on the SEARCH Membership Group, effective March 2, 2017.
Service-Dog-in-Training Elsa Makes Her “On-the-Road” Debut as She Joins the SEARCH High-Tech Crime Training Team This Spring
SEARCH’s High-Tech Crime Training Services team—which develops and provides training and workshops to law enforcement and justice investigators across the country, as well as a wide range of investigative resources and tools—is heading to the 33rd International Symposium on Child Abuse in Huntsville, Alabama the week of March 27, 2017.