Category Archives: Information Sharing

New IACP/IACP Net Law Enforcement Benchmarking and Performance Analytics Tool

Improve your agency’s metrics and advance policing. Use data to drive better, more informed decisions with access to peer data and experience. Sign up for the IACP and IACP Net’s Law Enforcement Benchmarking and Performance Analytics tool today. Complete the … Continue reading

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Accessing Chemical Facility Information

In this blog, the International Association of Chiefs of Police Arson and Explosives Committee identifies how law enforcement and first responders can access information regarding chemical facilities within their jurisdictions from the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism … Continue reading

Posted in Committees, Information Sharing, National Security

What is the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS)?

The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) is an electronic data system designed to prevent stolen vehicles from being introduced into interstate commerce, reduce the use of stolen vehicles being used for illicit purposes, and protect consumers from title … Continue reading

Posted in Information Sharing, Traffic Safety

Partnering for Homeland Security: Author Interview

IACP talked with Ken Berkowitz, Chief of the Canton, Massachusetts, Police Department. Ken is one of the co-authors of the article “Partnering to Protect the Homeland,” which can be found in the February 2016 issue of Police Chief. You can … Continue reading

Posted in Information Sharing, National Security, Partnerships, Police Chief magazine

Homeland Security: What Does It Really Mean to the IACP?

Guest blogger: David McBath Retired Lieutenant Colonel, New York State Police; Director, North Country, New York, Crime Analysis Center; and Chair, IACP Committee on Homeland Security The true definition of “homeland security” is very elusive, and it is difficult to … Continue reading

Posted in Committees, Information Sharing, Leadership, National Security, Police Chief magazine

Portland police pair data with professional insight to help tackle domestic violence

This blog post sponsored by IBM. Learn how the Portland Police Bureau increased domestic violence investigations by 111% and arrests by 21% Manually prioritizing domestic violence cases took Portland’s police several hours each day – time that they wanted to … Continue reading

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Recent News Highlights Importance of Community Policing to Counter Violent Extremism and Information Sharing

Recent news stories highlight the continued threats posed by domestic and international violent extremists to communities nationwide. These threats, including the radicalizing effect that international incidents and conflicts have on individuals in our communities, demonstrate the importance of the role … Continue reading

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N-DEx: A Tool for Success

National Data Exchange Program (N-DEx) has been very successful! Take a look at some of these stories to see how N-DEx has aided law enforcement across America. In the spring of 2008, the Philadelphia Police Department (PPD) responded to robbery … Continue reading

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N-DEx by the Numbers has 141,000 users: Are you one of them?

“Once you learn more and use N-DEx [National Data Exchange Program], you will see what a powerful tool it will be.” – Former FBI Director, Robert Mueller.  N-DEx is the only national information sharing program for law enforcement, many people … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendar! June 10-12 is the World Innovation Conference: The Future of Law Enforcement Information Management

IACP is co-hosting the first World Innovation Conference: The Future of Law Enforcement Information Management in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on June 10-12, 2014. This international conference is being organized in cooperation with a variety of international law enforcement partners, including … Continue reading

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