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National Institute for Justice

The NIJ is the research, development and evaluation agency of the United States Department of Justice.  It was created in 1994 as a component of the National Institute of Justice's (NIJ's) Office of Science and Technology, the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC).  The NIJ serves as the "honest broker" offering support, research findings, and technological expertise for State and local law enforcement and corrections personnel. The NIJ includes regional centers around the United States that are available to assist criminal justice personnel with technology problems.  Moreover, the NIJ sponsors research and development when it otherwise will not occur.


International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Technology Clearinghouse

The IACP link will take you to their Technology Clearinghouse. It has a wide variety of resources available including a searchable library, a archive of Tech Talk articles that appeared in past issues in their magazine and links to police technology practitioners.


A Judges Deskbook on the Basic Philosophies and Methods of Science

Although this publication was designed for judges it offers all law enforcement personnel practical information about the science and technology used to introduce evidence into court.  This grant funded Web-based publication gathered information about judges' understanding and knowledge of scientific methods and principles, opinions about the judicial role with respect to the admissibility of scientific evidence, attitudes toward the Daubert guidelines, and attitudes toward scientific evidence more generally.


RMJ Technology Advisors' mission is to utilize business process management techniques, project management skills, and industry knowledge to create value for their clients.  This is accomplished using a combination of technical skills and customer service to facilitate the development of efficient and effective solutions for both strategic and tactical roles in law enforcement.

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