Justice Information Sharing Privacy
"Since September 11, 2001, enhanced justice information sharing has been shown to be critical to ensure public safety and homeland security. As agencies pursue the automated exchange of information in the public interest, it is equally as critical that decision makers vigorously strive to protect constitutional privacy rights. To this end, justice and public safety agencies must develop privacy policies to guide information exchange efforts and to clearly identify the rules that control their information sharing activities.
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