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Law Enforcement and Training Sites
- The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C): The NW3C provides nationwide support services for enforcement agencies involved in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of high-tech and economic crimes.
- The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC): The NCMEC is a national resource center for child protection that spends 91 percent of its revenue directly on programs and services.
- The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC): The FLETC serves as the federal government's leading provider of world-class law enforcement training.
- The Office of Juvenile Delinquency Prevention (Fox Valley Technical College): The FLETC serves as an interagency law enforcement training organization for more than 80 federal agencies.
- CERT: The CERT Coordination Center is a major reporting center for Internet security problems. Staff members provide technical assistance and coordinate responses to security compromises; identify trends in intruder activity; work with other security experts to identify solutions to security problems; and disseminate information to the broad community. The CERT Coordination Center also analyzes product vulnerabilities, publishes technical documents and presents training courses.
- SEARCH: The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics (SEARCH): SEARCH's primary objective is to identify and help solve the information management problems of the state and local justice agencies that are confronted with the need to exchange information with other local and state agencies, as well as agencies in other states, or with the federal government.
- The High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA): The HTCIA is designed to encourage, promote, aid and affect the voluntary interchange of data, information, experience, ideas and knowledge about methods, processes and techniques that relate to investigations and security in advanced technologies among its membership.
- The High-Tech Crime Network (HTCN): The HTCN provides law enforcement & corporate sector professionals the latest information & training on a variety of high tech crime related topics.
- The International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS): IACIS is an international volunteer non-profit corporation composed of law enforcement professionals who are dedicated to education in the field of forensic computer science. IACIS members represent federal, state, local and international law enforcement professionals. Regular IACIS members have been trained in the forensic science of seizing and processing computer systems.
- The National Criminal Justice Reference Service
- The National Archive of Criminal Justice Data
- The U.S Department of Justice
- The Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center
- Officer.com: A complete resource site for law enforcement professionals
- Altamonte Springs Police Department
- The Florida Department of State
- The U.S. Department of Justice: Bureau of Justice Statistics: This website offers a large compilation of various statistics from federal, state and local sources.
- The National Criminal Justice Reference Service: This website offers information on recent key topics, such as drugs and juvenile crime.
- The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice: This website offers general information on juvenile crime and other related topics.
- Online Sunshine: This site offers legislative information regarding proposed, rejected and new legislation for the State of Florida.
- The U.S. Department of Justice
- The Calibre Press: This news site offers training and officer safety bulletins that render potential life saving information from the experiences of other law enforcement officers nationwide and throughout Canada. Officer-involved shootings and other hazardous incidents are reported in detail, and follow-up inquiries and information are posted to educate other officers of the potential mistakes or misjudgments regarding the documented incidents.