SEARCH’s 2016 Winter Membership Meeting begins two weeks from today in San Diego, California, and will run through January 28. Registration is still open for those planning to attend who have not yet registered.
Ms. Rose Smoot joined SEARCH as Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) on November 12, 2015.
SEARCH Hosts Capitol Hill Briefing on Importance of Information Sharing to Effective Criminal Justice Reform
SEARCH organized and hosted an October 21 informational briefing on Capitol Hill that focused on the key role information sharing plays in effective criminal justice reform— a top priority currently for lawmakers at all levels of government in the United States.
At its latest meeting, held October 2, 2015, the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) board of directors set the stage for moving forward with the final request for proposals (RFP) for the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN).
SEARCH has released the results of a recent informal survey of its Membership Group to gauge the practices of different states in conducting background checks of drivers for transportation network companies (TNCs) like Uber and Lyft.
SEARCH has published a new document in its Technical Brief series: “The Value of Using Intermediaries in a Service-Oriented Architecture.”
Today, the Open Justice Broker Consortium was named among the inaugural winners of the Code for America Technology Awards at the 2015 Code for America Summit. OJBC is being recognized for its Open Justice Broker platform, which supports better information sharing and integration in the justice system through use of open source software and cross-boundary collaboration.
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.