Over the last ten years, the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP) has assisted law enforcement agencies across the United States in making modifications and enhancements to their internal business processes to facilitate the availability, accessibility, and flow of criminal intelligence. The results of this widespread implementation have been improvements in the collection of information, the analysis of this information, and the sharing of criminal intelligence. However, with an evolving crime outlook both in the homeland and internationally, it is imperative to review long-standing recommendations to identify new opportunities and approaches that promote continued nationwide criminal intelligence sharing. Thus, in 2013 the decade-old NCISP was reviewed and enhanced, resulting in the release of version 2.0. Version 2.0 of the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP) is designed to build on the recommendations identified in version 1 of the NCISP ten years ago and to further promote responsible and effective criminal intelligence and information sharing. This “refresh” expands the original focus to include recommendations that address the sharing of criminal intelligence and information externally (or outside a law enforcement agency) with other state, local, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies and/or homeland security partners.