The sixth in a series of reports on firearms-related background checks — this one focusing on unlawful drug users — is now available.
Investigating and Prosecuting Crimes Against Children Is Focus of SEARCH High-Tech Training Efforts in Dallas
SEARCH’s High-Tech Crime Training Services team is in Dallas, Texas, the week of August 7 to present workshops and hands- on computer laboratory sessions at the 2017 Crimes Against Children Conference.
SEARCH’s Annual Membership Meeting in Des Moines, Iowa, last week featured an awards dinner the evening of Tuesday, July 25, which honored recipients of top SEARCH awards for 2017.
The SEARCH Board of Directors roster remained stable following elections held during SEARCH’s recent annual Membership Group meeting, held July 25–27, 2017, in Des Moines, Iowa.
SEARCH’s 2017 Annual Membership Meeting gets underway with a Board of Directors meeting Monday, July 24, while the Membership Group meets July 25 to 27 at the Des Moines Marriott Downtown in Des Moines, Iowa.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton appointed Ms. Dana Gotz to serve as the state’s representative on the SEARCH Membership Group, effective July 19, 2017.
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 a new webinar.
The Global Reference Architecture (GRA) is a framework and set of standards that makes it easier, faster, and more affordable for justice and public safety practitioners to design effective information sharing solutions.
Fingerprint-processing advances & MCDV: States’ progress in reporting records for firearm-related background checks
SEARCH and the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) collaborated on research bulletins that examine the progress states have made in reporting records for firearm-related background checks.