The Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council supports state, local, and
tribal law enforcement and homeland security agencies in their ability to
develop and share criminal intelligence and information nationwide.
This policy guidance resource is designed to help law enforcement agencies and analytic personnel understand the potential tools and resources available to support law enforcement operational and analytic activities, while ensuring P/CRCL concerns are addressed.
This policy guidance resource is designed specifically for law enforcement entities and fusion centers to assist them in their efforts to develop comprehensive privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties policies regarding the use of automated license plate readers (ALPRs or LPRs) in intelligence and investigative activities.
This document provides material designed to assist law enforcement personnel in protecting themselves and their families from becoming cyber targets: protecting personal information, cyber dos and don’ts, and links to further cyber training and resources.
The NCISP Version 2.0 provides a way forward to continue to support law enforcement’s and homeland security’s ability to develop and share criminal intelligence through the identification of recommendations and action items. The resource includes both internal agency recommendations and action items, as well as action items on a national scope.
This resource addresses the importance of using an event deconfliction system in agency operations to assist in officer safety. The resource does not identify what system to use but rather encourages all agencies to use one of the three nationally recognized systems. Additional information on event deconfliction, including what systems are available in each state, is available at https://www.ncirc.gov/Deconfliction/.
The information and resources on this page focus on the continued development and nationwide implementation of the National Network of Fusion Centers.
The products and resources on this page are designed to assist law enforcement and homeland security agencies and personnel as they improve their ability to develop and share intelligence and information.
During the May 16, 2017, CICC meeting, CICC members and partners discussed numerous current initiatives and efforts, identified areas of concern, and recommended gap mitigation efforts and next steps, which are summarized in this document.