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Developing a Preventive Crime Gun Strategy
Please join us on April 7, at 1 pm ET., as members of the Miami Police Department’s Crime Gun Intelligence Detail discuss “Developing A Crime Gun Intelligence Center For Long Term Sustainability.” Hear how the CGID team collaborates with ATF and other units within the police department to streamline their NIBIN processes. Learn how they developed and utilize a NIBIN database which has significantly reduced the time it takes to make link notifications to detectives.
This webinar is presented in collaboration with the Justice Clearinghouse and The National Police Foundation.
Webinar Series | The Wichita Crime Gun Intelligence Center: a Unique Law Enforcement University Partnership Approach
When implementing or enhancing an existing regional preventive crime gun strategy, partnerships are critical to the success of any initiative. In October, 2019 the Wichita Crime Gun Intelligence Center was launched, involving the first of its kind law enforcement-university partnership between the Wichita Police Department and Wichita State University (WSU).
Webinar Series | Incorporating the Minimum Required Operating Standards Into Your Agency’s NIBIN Organizational Lifestyle
Whether initiating or enhancing a preventive crime gun strategy, the ATF National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) must be a cornerstone of the initiative.
Learn how you can turn “good enough” intentions into an organizational lifestyle that provides the best results for your preventive crime gun initiative.
Learn about these 8 key components, but will also hear from representatives from two agencies on how they implemented successful regional initiatives using these components.
Discover the single most important consideration for ensuring cross jurisdictional evidence is incorporated into your regional crime-gun strategy.
Establishing a Crime Gun Intelligence Program.
Making Gun Crime a Priority in Your Region.
Webinar Series | Preserving and enhancing your violent crime reduction program in the era of the “ De-funding“
This webinar emphasizes the core components necessary for an effective violent crime reduction strategy.
Forensic Lab Crime Gun Intelligence Best Practices
This webinar discusses not only the concept of using regional ballistic networks to handle and manage casework innovatively but, also shows how this strategy has been effectively incorporated by one police agency to a great amount of success.
Grant Writing (US)
Learn about every stage of writing successful grant proposals – from finding the right grant for your organization to writing elements, and gaining support along the way.
Crime has a cost – both in what it costs society, but also in the dollars it takes to combat crime and bring the perpetrators to justice. One of the key areas law enforcement agencies and other justice-related organizations often seek funding for, is for the equipment and resources to identify, track, and build cases around gun-related crime.
Investigative & Intelligence Strategies
Webinar Series | Overlaying Digital Intelligence and Ballistics Technology to Enhance Investigations
This webinar will examine how information from each of these technologies can be turned into actionable intelligence and utilized by investigators to solve crime gun investigations.
Gun Crime Investigative Cycle: Bridging the Gaps.
Prosecution Strategies Utilizing Crime Gun Intelligence
Collaboration between police investigators, forensic experts, and prosecutors is a key contributor to successful firearm-related crime investigations. This webinar looks at how to maximize intelligence for both the investigation and prosecution of cases once investigative leads have been identified through the ATF National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN). Presenters: Marisa McKeown, Supervising Deputy District Attorney, Santa Clara, CA and Ron Nichols, Nichols Forensic Science Consulting, 25+ years’ experience as a firearm and toolmark examiner.
Brian Gray from the Schenectady County District Attorney's Office and Chief Will Morris from the East Baton Rouge District Attorney's Office Crime Strategies Unit described how they use ballistics intelligence to build their cases.