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Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Compliance Verification for the Intelligence Enterprise

The Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Compliance Verification for the Intelligence Enterprise, developed by the U.S. Department of Justice's Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative, assists law enforcement agencies in determining whether they are in compliance with applicable privacy-related policies, procedures, rules, and guidelines. The document includes a suggested methodology for conducting the review of an agency’s intelligence enterprise and identifies the high-liability areas of concern that should be included when performing the review. The document also contains a suggested list of questions to answer when conducting the compliance process but may not cover all laws, policies, and procedures that are applicable to a particular state or agency. Agencies are encouraged to add questions or enhance sections to include questions/items that may be applicable to their particular jurisdiction’s rules, standards, or policies, thereby making certain that the verification is comprehensive for their intelligence enterprise. The target audience for the resource is local, state, and tribal law enforcement agencies with an intelligence enterprise or fusion center.


Published: 2010