Fight Crime Systems And Databases

As crime becomes more global, so the fight against crime. Gangsters, mass murderers, and terrorists cross state lines and borders effortlessly, with the latest developments in the media, public transport, telecommunications and computer networks. The police - there are 16,000 law enforcement, only the United States - not far behind.

Quotes of the official sites of some of these databases:

National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC)

Its mission is to combine the functions of research and operational support, research and training to assist at no cost to federal, state, national law and international research unusual or repetitive violent crimes. The NCAVC also provides support through expertise and consultation in non-violent matters such as national security, corruption investigations and white collar crime.

It consists of a behavioral analysis unit (BAU), Child Abduction and Serial Murder Investigation Resource Center (CASMIRC), and the fear of a violent offender program (VICAP).

VICAP is a national information center is designed to collect and analyze crimes of violence - specifically murder. Compiles and analyzes the significant characteristics of homicides and other violent crimes.

Murder Investigation Tracking System (hits)

Program within the Office of the Prosecutor of the State of Washington that monitors and studies of murder and rape.

Violent Crime Linkage System (VICLAS)

Canada-wide computer system using specially trained investigators to identify serial crimes and criminals by focusing on the relationship between the crimes committed by the same author. This system was developed by the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) in the early 1990s.

Utah UTAP face tracking criminal and Project Analysis

It brings together experts in forensic science, crime scene analysis, psychiatry and other unsolved cases, the local police forces.

The International Criminal Police Organization (ICPO) - Interpol DNA Gateway

Allows transfer of profile data between two or more countries, and for comparison of profiles that are consistent with the rules of the Interpol in a central database. Researchers can access the database via their Interpol National Central Bureau (NCB) of Interpol to secure global police communications system, I-24 / 7

Interpol I-24 / 7

The system combines Global Communications and its members to provide easy access to information by the police. With this system, the Interpol National Central Bureaux (NCBs) for research and duplication of data in direct and immediate access to databases containing critical information (ASF Nominal database of international criminals, e-mail, stolen vehicles, stolen / lost travel documents / and false identity documents, works of art stolen second, payment cards, fingerprints and photographs of terrorist watch list, a database of DNA identification of victims of disasters, international weapons tracking and marketing data, etc..)

Interpol Fingerprints

Provides information on the development and implementation of systems of fingerprints for the public and the international police force.

Europol Computer System (Criminal Intelligence Service of the European Union) (SIE)

Member States can directly enter data on a computer system according to national procedures, and Europol can directly input data supplied by non-EU states and third bodies. Although the analysis and indexing services.


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