Mission: Education/training/research/information sharing
Programs: Information sharing programs - iir provides support for the global justice information sharing efforts to facilitate the broad scale exchange of pertinent justice and public safety data, as well as the promotion of standards-based electronic information exchange in a secure and trusted environment. Coordinate with state, local, tribal and federal law enforcement and homeland security agencies, including fusion centers, to develop, disseminate and support enterprise-wide information exchange standards and processes that can enable jurisdictions to effectively share critical information in emergency situations, as well as support the day- to-day operations of agencies throughout the nation. Supports the development and implementation of the nationwide suspicious activity reporting initiative by involving state, local, tribal and federal law enforcement organizations in a standardized sar process.
training programs - develop and provide specialized training and technical assistance from recognized subject matter experts and other resources to improve justice imformation sharing through effective implementation of criminal intelligence systems and enhanced development of privacy and civil liberties policies by law enforcement agencies; to focus on criminal intelligence sharing, the intelligence function, intelligence-led policing and legal and privacy issues; to prepare agency commanders to effectively implement and manage a multifaceted intelligence function; to increase the operational effectiveness of multijurisdictional task forces and emphasize officer safety and task force performance measurement; to enhance the understanding of federal guidelines that govern project planning, management, implementation, administration and assessment by emphasizing problem identification and data gathering, project strategy and design, community partnerships development and management strategies; to combat domestic and international terrorism and other extremist criminal activity by providing various tools and resources necessary for law enforcement personnel to understand, detect, deter and investigate acts of terrorism; to improve officer safety & wellness by preventing violence against law enforcement and ensuring officer resilence and servivability.
gang programs - develop and provide information and resources to assist in the development of effective anti-gang prevention and intervention strategies. Conduct an annual gang survey with law enforcement agencies around the country. Provide technical assistance; produce and disseminate informational and educational materials; develop anti-gang curricula to improve the level of knowledge, communication and collaboration among criminal justice and community organizations; and deliver training to local, state, tribal, federal law enforcement and to gang intervention and prevention professionals.
regional information sharing system (riss)- iir provides support to riss which is a national program of regionally oriented services designed to enhance the ability of local, state, federal and tribal criminal justice agencies to identify, target and combat crimes of all types spanning multijurisdictional, multistate and sometimes international boundaries; to facilitate rapid exchange and sharing of information among the agencies pertaining to known suspected criminals or criminal activity; and to enhance coordination and communication among agencies that are in pursuit of criminal activities determined to be interjurisdictional in nature. Riss offers services, tools and resources to aid law enforcement and criminal justice entities to identify, disrupt and prevent terrorist and criminal activities, and to promote officer safety. 3,437,346 expenses; 0 revenues national sex offender registries - provide support, coordination and technical assistance for the dru sjodin national sex offender public website, the sex offender regisration and notification act exchange portal and the tribal and territory sex offender registry system. 720,380 expenses; 0 revenues other programs - provide support and technical assistance to other criminal justice related programs. 1,094,252 expenses; 181,458 revenues