Public safety and emergency communications agencies that need help tackling their information sharing and technology integration challenges can get specialized assistance from SEARCH.
Under funding from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, SEARCH provides this assistance at no direct cost to agencies. As a BJA Training and Technical Assistance provider, SEARCH helps justice practitioners effectively use policy, strategy, and technology for justice information sharing.
What agencies qualify for assistance?
Local, regional, state, tribal, and territorial public safety and emergency communications agencies nationwide with information sharing and technology integration challenges.
Robert L. Marx, who spent the bulk of his career working for SEARCH and who was a significant leadership presence in the earliest days of Project SEARCH, passed away May 2, 2014, in Sunnyvale, California, after a brief illness. He is survived by his wife, Mary Helen, five children, and eight grandchildren.
Bob retired in January 2000 as a Senior System Specialist, and the SEARCH Board honored him later that year with the O.J. Hawkins Award, our highest practitioner honor.