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Intelligence officials call for info-sharing organization

A national plan for sharing criminal intelligence information needs independent operational support to be successful, intelligence officials said. Bringing together the intelligence systems scattered between federal, local and state law enforcement agencies can be difficult considering the differing culture of each group. Yet a federation or network of networks, is the cornerstone of the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing plan, a list of recommendations to share sensitive but unclassified information among law enforcement agencies. The plan, presented in October at the annual conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, maps a way to share crime data among agencies, particularly whose with fewer resources. The plan focuses on guidelines, policies and standards to assist in the sharing. Full Story

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