Agencies

Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

The principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Justice. This site contains information on the FBI Academy, the FBI’s most wanted, uniform crime reports, and much more.

U.S. Coast Guard

The U.S. Coast Guard is the maritime law enforcement agency of the United States and is responsible for the enforcement of U.S. laws and treaties in three primary mission areas: Drug Interdiction, Living Marine Resources, and Alien Migrant Interdiction.

U.S. Marshals Service

The U.S. Marshals Service is responsible for providing protection for the federal judiciary, transporting federal prisoners, protecting endangered federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminal enterprises. In addition, the men and women of the Marshals Service pursue and arrest 55 percent of all federal fugitives, more than all other federal agencies combined.

 

Local Corrections Agencies

Alameda County Detention & Corrections Division (CA)

Alexandria Office of the Sheriff (VA)

Allegany County Detention Center (MD)

Allen County Community Corrections (Indiana)

Anne Arundel County Detention Center (MD)

Arapahoe County Jail – Colorado

Arlington County Detention Facility (VA)

Augusta County Jail (VA)

Baltimore City Detention Center (MD)

Bexar County Adult Detention Center (TX)

Boulder County Jail – Colorado

Broward County Department of Detention (FL)

Calvert County Detention Center (MD)

Caroline County Detention Center (MD)

Carroll County Detention Center (MD)

Charles County Detention Center (MD)

City of Atlanta Corrections – Georgia

Clark County Corrections – Washington

Cobb County Correctional Institute (GA)

Collin County Jail – Texas

Cook County Department of Corrections – Illinois

Cuyahoga County Corrections Center (OH)

Dallas County Detention Center (TX)

Davidson County Detention Facilities (TN)

De Kalb County Jail Division (GA)

Denver City & County Jail (CO)

Dorchester County Detention Center (MD)

El Paso County Detentions – Colorado

El Paso County Jails (TX)

Erie County Prison – Pennsylvania

Fairfax County Correctional Services – Virginia

Franklin County Department of Corrections (OH)

Franklin County Jail (VA)

Frederick County Detention Center (MD)

Fresno County Detention Bureau (CA)

Fulton County Jail Bureau (GA)

Garrett County Detention Center (MD)

Glouchester County Jail (VA)

Hamilton County Corrections Division (OH)

Harford County Detention Center (MD)

Harris County Detention Centers (TX)

Hendricks County Jail – Indiana

Henrico County Regional Jails (VA)

Hillsborough County Jail Division (FL)

Howard County Detention Center (MD)

Hunterdon County Corrections – New Jersey

Jacksonville City Department of Corrections (FL)

Kern County Detention Bureau (CA)

King County Regional Justice Center (WA)

Lancaster County Corrections – Nebraska

Los Angeles County Custody Operations and Correctional Services Divisions – California

Miami-Dade County Corrections & Rehabilitation Department (FL)

Milwaukee County House of Correction (WI)

Montgomery County Detention Center (MD)

Multnomah County Corrections Division (OR)

New York City Corrections – New York

Oklahoma County Detention Services Bureau (OK)

Orange County Central Jail Complex (CA)

Orange County Corrections Department (FL)

Palm Beach County Department of Corrections (FL)

Passaic County Jail (NJ)

Philadelphia Prison System (PA)

Pinellas County Jail (FL)

Polk County Department of Detention (FL)

Prince George’s County Correctional Center (MD)

Prince William County Detention Center (VA)

Riverside County Department of Corrections (CA)

Sacramento County Department of Corrections & Security Services (CA)

Salt Lake County Jail – Utah

San Bernardino County Detention Center (CA)

San Diego County Detention Services (CA)

San Francisco City/County Jails (CA)

Santa Clara County Department of Corrections (CA)

Shelby County Jail (TN)

St. Mary’s County Detention Center (MD)

Stark County Jail – Ohio

Suffolk County Jail & House of Correction (MA)

Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office/Confinement Division (TX)

Travis County Correctional Complex (TX)

Washington County Correctional Facility (PA)

Washington County Detention Center (MD)

Wayne County Detention Center (MI)

 

Local Law Enforcement Agencies

Albany Police Department (New York)

Annapolis Police Department (Maryland)

Arvada, Colorado Police Department

Atlanta Police Department (Georgia)

Augusta Police Department (Maine)

Austin Police Department (Texas)

Baltimore County Police Department (Maryland)

Baton Rouge Police Department (Louisiana)

Beaumont (Texas) Police Department

Bismarck Police Department (North Dakota)

Boise Police Department (Idaho)

Boston Police Department (Massachusetts)

Cedarburg Police Department (Wisconsin)

Charleston Police Department (West Virginia)

Cheyenne Police Department (Wyoming)

Chicago Police Officers’ Network

Chicago, Illinois Police Department

Columbia Police Department (South Carolina)

Columbus Police Department (Ohio)

CRISNet Local Law Enforcement Links

Law enforcement agency web sites organized by State.

Denver Police Department (Colorado)

Des Moines Police Department (Iowa)

Directory of Law Enforcement Agencies

A directory of over 1,500 official law enforcement agency sites from around the world.

Dover Police Department (Delaware)

Hartford Police Department (Connecticut)

Helena Police Department (Montana)

Hodgkins Police Department (Illinois)

Honolulu Police Department (Hawaii)

Indianapolis Police Department (Indiana)

Jackson Police Department (Mississippi)

Jefferson City Police Department (Missouri)

Juneau Police Department (Alaska)

Lansing Police Department (Michigan)

Law Enforcement Online

A directory of law enforcement agencies on the web compiled by the Pima Community College, Department of Public Safety, Tucson, Arizona.

Lincoln Police Department (Nebraska)

Madison Police Department (Wisconsin)

Montgomery Police Department (Alabama)

Montpelier Police Department (Vermont)

Nahant Police Department (Massachusetts)

Nashville Police Department (Tennessee)

New York City Police Department

Oklahoma City Police Department (Oklahoma)

Olympia Police Department (Washington)

Oxnard, California Police Department

Phoenix Police Department (Arizona)

Pierre Police Department (South Dakota)

Providence Police Department (Rhode Island)

Raleigh Police Department (North Carolina)

Richmond Police Department (Virginia)

Sacramento Police Department (California)

Salem Police Department (Oregon)

Salinas, California Police Department

Salt Lake City Police Department (Utah)

Springfield Police Department (Illinois)

St. Paul Police Department (Minnesota)

Tallahassee Police Department (Florida)

The Station “Police Pages”

A directory of law enforcement agencies arranged by State.

Topeka Police Department (Kansas)

Trenton Police Department (New Jersey)

 

 

 

 

Probation Agencies

 

 

Alabama Board of Pardons & Paroles

Alameda County Probation Dept – California

Alaska Board of Parole

Alaska Department of Corrections – Division of Community Corrections

Arizona Department of Corrections – Community Corrections

Arkansas Department of Community Punishment

Cheatham County Probation Dept – Tennessee

Clinton County Circuit Court Probation & Parole (MI)

Coconimo County Adult Probation (AZ)

Colorado Office of Probation Services – Colorado

Connecticut Board of Parole

Connecticut Department of Corrections – Community Enforcement Unit

Coos County Community Corrections – Oregon

Delaware Board of Paroles

Delaware Department of Corrections – Bureau of Community Corrections

Dupage County Probation Dept – Illinois

Erie County Probation Department (NY)

Florida Department of Corrections – Office of Community Corrections

Franklin County Probation Dept – Pennsylvania

Fresno County Probation Dept – California

Georgia Department of Corrections – Probation Division

Hamilton County Probation Dept – Indiana

Hennepin County Probation Division – Minnesota

Hunt County Adult Probation – Texas

Idaho Department of Corrections – Division of Field & Community Services

Illinois Department of Corrections – Bureau of Parole

Indiana Department of Corrections – Division of Programs & Community Services

Jefferson County Probation Dept – New York

Kansas Department of Corrections – Division of Community & Field Services

Kentucky Department of Corrections – Division of Parole & Probation

Lakewood Probation Dept – Colorado

Longmont Probation Dept – Colorado

Los Angeles County Probation Dept – California

Macomb County Probation Dept – Michigan

Maricopa County Probation Dept – Arizona

Marin County Probation Dept – California

Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services – Division of Parole & Probation

Michigan Department of Corrections – Field Operations

Mississippi Department of Corrections – Parole Board

Missouri Department of Corrections – Division of the Board of Probation & Parole

Monroe County Probation Dept – Indiana

Montana Board of Pardons & Parole

Montana Department of Corrections – Division of Community Corrections

Monterey County Probation Department (CA)

Napa County Probation Department (CA)

Nebraska Department of Correctional Services – Adult Parole Administration

New Hampshire Department of Corrections – Division of Field Services

New Jersey Department of Corrections – Division of Parole District Offices

New Jersey State Parole Board

New Mexico Department of Corrections – Probation & Parole Division

New York City Department of Probation – New York

New York State Department of Corrections – Division of Probation & Correctional Alternatives

New York State Office of General Services – Division of Parole

Ocean County Probation Division (NJ)

Orange County Probation Dept – California

Orleans County Probation Department (NY)

Pima County Probation Dept – Arizona

Placer County Probation Dept – California

Porter County Adult Probation – Indiana

Riverside County Probation Department (CA)

Sacramento County Probation Dept. – California

San Bernardino County Probation Dept – California

San Diego County Probation Dept – California

Solano County Probation Dept – California

Sonoma County Probation Department (CA)

Stanislaus County Probation Dept – California

State of Georgia Board of Pardons & Paroles

Suffolk County Probation Dept – New York

Texas Department of Criminal Justice – Parole Division

Travis County Community Supervision and Corrections – Texas

Union County Probation Division (NJ)

Washington County Probation & Parole Services – Oregon

Yolo County Probation Department (CA)

York County Probation Dept – Pennsylvania

 

 

 

 

Sheriff’s Departments

 

 

Cook County Sheriff’s Office (Illinois)

Dane County, (Wis.) Sheriff’s Office

This website gives you the opportunity to anonymously report drug and/or gang activities, and contains a guide full of tips on how to avoid road rage.

Florence County Sheriff’s Office

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

 

 

 

 

State Corrections Agencies

 

 

Alabama Department of Corrections

Alaska Department of Corrections

Arizona Department of Corrections

Arkansas Department of Correction

California Department of Corrections

Colorado Department of Corrections

Connecticut Department of Correction

Delaware Department of Correction

Florida Department of Corrections

Georgia Department of Corrections

Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Idaho Department of Correction

Illinois Department of Corrections

Indiana Department of Correction

Iowa Department of Corrections

Kansas Department of Corrections

Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections

Maine Department of Corrections

Maryland Division of Correction

Massachusetts Department of Correction

Michigan Department of Corrections

Minnesota Department of Corrections

Mississippi Department of Corrections

Missouri State Corrections and Youth Services

Montana Department of Corrections

Nebraska Department of Correctional Services

New Hampshire Department of Corrections

New Jersey Department of Corrections

New Mexico Corrections Department

New York Commission of Correction

New York State Commission of Correction

The New York State Commission of Correction is the regulatory oversight agency for all State and local correctional facilities in New York.

New York State Department of Corrections

North Carolina Department of Correction

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction

Oklahoma Department of Corrections

Oregon Department of Corrections

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections

Rhode Island Department of Corrections

South Carolina Department of Corrections

South Dakota Department of Corrections

Tennessee Department of Correction

Texas Department of Criminal Justice

Utah Department of Corrections

Vermont Department of Corrections

Virginia Department of Corrections

Washington State Department of Corrections

West Virginia Division of Corrections

Wisconsin Department of Corrections

Wyoming Department of Corrections

 

 

 

State Law Enforcement Agencies

 

 

Alabama Department of Public Safety

Alaska Department of Public Safety

Arizona Department of Public Safety

Arkansas State Police

California Highway Patrol

Colorado State Patrol

Connecticut State Police

Delaware State Police

Florida Highway Patrol

Georgia Department of Public Safety

Hawaii Department of Public Safety

Idaho Department of Law Enforcement

Illinois State Police

Indiana State Police

Iowa State Patrol

Kansas Highway Patrol

Kentucky State Police

Louisiana State Police

Maine State Police

Maryland State Police

Massachusetts State Police

Michigan State Police

Minnesota Department of Public Safety

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Montana Highway Patrol

Nebraska State Patrol

Nevada Highway Patrol

New Hampshire State Police

New Jersey State Police

New Mexico Department of Public Safety

New York State Police

North Carolina State Highway Patrol

North Dakota Highway Patrol

Ohio State Highway Patrol

Oklahoma Department of Public Safety

Oregon State Police

Pennsylvania State Police

Rhode Island State Police

South Carolina Department of Public Safety

South Dakota Highway Patrol

Tennessee Department of Safety

Texas Department of Public Safety

Utah Department of Public Safety

Vermont State Police

Virginia State Police

Washington State Patrol

West Virginia State Police

Wyoming Highway Patrol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corrections

 

 

 

Education and Training

 

 

Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Corrections Training Resources (LECTR)

Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), LECTR offers a database of training resources.

 

 

 

 

Federal Government

 

 

Bureau of Justice Statistics Corrections Statistics

Information, statistics, and publications about capital punishment, jails, prisons, and probation and parole from the Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Corrections Program Office

The Corrections Program Office (CPO) was established within the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in 1995 to implement the correctional grant programs created by the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, as amended (Crime Act). This site contains information on grant activities by State.

Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

The official website of the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). This website contains organizational information, BOP publications, contact information for Federal correctional facilities, and statistics.

National Institute of Corrections (NIC)

NIC is a small agency under the U.S. Department of Justice that provides assistance to Federal, State, and local corrections agencies working with adult offenders. This website contains publications and special announcements.

National Institute of Corrections Information Center

NIC is a small agency under the U.S. Department of Justice that provides assistance to Federal, State, and local corrections agencies working with adult offenders. This website contains publications and special announcements.

OVAE: Office of Correctional Education (OCE)

The U.S. Department of Education created the Office of Correctional Education (OCE) to provide technical assistance to States, local schools, and correctional institutions and to share information on correctional education. This website includes descriptions of demonstration projects, funding opportunities, upcoming events, and OCE news.

U.S. Penitentiary Alcatraz, 1934-1963

This site gives a short history of Alcatraz and descriptions of well-known inmates.

United States Parole Commission

The U.S. Parole Commission has sole authority to grant, modify, or revoke paroles of eligible U.S. prisoners serving sentences of more than 1 year including military prisoners and District of Columbia Code prisoners housed in Federal institutions. This website includes an overview of the Commision and current news.

United States Sentencing Commission

The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent agency in the judicial branch of government that establishes sentencing policies and practices for the Federal courts, including guidelines prescribing the appropriate form and severity of punishment for offenders convicted of Federal crimes. This website contains reports to Congress, publications, Federal sentencing guidelines, and Federal sentencing statistics.

 

 

 

 

Health Care

 

 

American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA)

The American Correctional Health Services Association (ACHSA) is a membership organization for all correctional health care professionals.

Correctional HIV Consortium (CHC)

CHC offers services and information for corrections agencies, institutions, administrators, and correctional medical professionals.

Healthcare Network (from Corrections Connection)

The Healthcare Network is intended to encourage communication among corrections and criminal justice health care professionals and to inform the industry of new developments, trends, and initiatives that affect correctional systems nationwide.

National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC)

The National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC) is a not-for-profit organization working to improve the quality of care in U.S. jails, prisons, and juvenile detention and confinement facilities. This website contains information on certification, accreditation, conferences, and publications.

 

 

 

 

International

 

 

Correctional Services Canada

The government agency responsible for federal corrections in Canada.

Hong Kong Correctional Services

The agency responsible for corrections in Hong Kong.

Israel Prison Service

The agency responsible for corrections in Israel.

 

 

 

 

Law

 

 

Death Penalty – Laws

This page contains Federal and State statutes and court decisions concerning capital punishment.

U.S. Corrections Law Materials

This page is part of Cornell University’s Legal Information Institute and contains a menu of source materials on corrections law.

 

 

 

 

Manufacturers and Products

 

 

Corrections Products Evaluated by BOP

Information on products evaluated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Security Information Management Online Network

The Security Information Management Online Network contains a library of security related publications, public and password-protected message boards, and an online trade show for companies in the security industry.

Southern Technology Applications Center (STAC)

STAC is one of six Regional Technology Transfer Centers (RTTCs) that can help your organization locate and access technologies, expertise and capabilities within the Federal Laboratory system and the region’s universities to solve technology-related problems and create commercial opportunities.

 

 

 

 

News and Information

 

 

Bedsearch.org

Bedsearch.org is an online index designed to assist state, county, federal government agencies and private correctional facility and detention centers with the proper placement and transportation of incarcerated individuals, including those inmates with special needs.

Corrections Connection

This website contains information about corrections news, training opportunities, mailing lists, publications, State corrections departments, county sheriff’s departments, Federal agencies, and job openings in the corrections field.

Corrections Technology and Management (CTM) Magazine

CTM Magazine’s website contains information on how to subscribe to the magazine, a jobs database, an online buyer’s guide for corrections services and equipment, current events, grant listings, and more.

Corrections Telecommunications and Technology

This website features reprints of articles from a series published in Corrections Managers’ Report.

Criminal Justice Institute (CJI)

The Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) was created to provide research, consultation, and information dissemination services to correctional systems across the United States. This website contains information on CJI’s services and publications, including The Corrections Yearbook.

Jail.Net – The Global Corrections Resource

This website contains a conference calendar, links to Federal and State court decisions, procedures, and other legal documents; links to most wanted lists, information about training opportunities; and more.

Justice Information Center (NCJRS): Corrections

This page links to a selection of online documents, websites, and list serves dealing with corrections.

Juvenile Information Network (from Corrections Connection)

The Juvenile Information Network (JIN) is intended to encourage communications among juvenile justice professionals and to foster the development of new reform programs in systems at the State and local levels.

Mark’s Parole and Crime

A collection of links compiled by Mark Salsberry, an Illinois State Parole Agent. This site includes information on gangs, equipment suppliers, parole, corrections, and more.

ParoleWatch

The purpose of ParoleWatch is to notify the public about cases in which violent felons are coming up for parole.

Prisons.Com

This Internet resource for the corrections industry contains product information, employment opportunities, requests for proposals and bid requests, industry news, and a large collection of links.

Security Management Online

This web site is associated with Security Management magazine, the primary publication of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS). The site contains articles, links, an event calendar, and discussion forums.

Technology Network (from Corrections Connection)

The Technology Network (TechNet) is intended to encourage communication among corrections and criminal justice professionals regarding technology, and to inform the industry of new technology developments taking place in systems at the Federal, State, and local levels.

 

 

 

 

Offender Notification

 

 

Corrections Offender Information Network Florida Department of Corrections

Provides a searchable database of current Florida prisoners.

Corrections Offender Information Network Florida Department of Corrections

Provides information on Florida offenders currently on probation and parole.

Georgia Department of Corrections Offender Query Form

Provides online offender information for the state of Georgia.

Illinois Department of Corrections Inmate Search

Provides online information about inmates in the state of Illinois.

Michigan Department of Corrections Offender Tracking Information System

Provides information on offenders in the state of Michigan.

Minnesota Department of Corrections Offender Locator

Provides online offender information for the state of Minnesota.

North Carolina Department of Corrections Offender Information

Provides online information of offenders in the state of North Carolina.

Sex Offender Community Notification

A National Institutes of Justice Report about sex offender community notification

 

 

 

 

Prison Life

 

 

Correctional Education Connections

This website contains information on correctional education, substance abuse counseling, and related links.

INMATE Classified – A Pen Pal in Prison

This site features email addresses and personal pages of inmates.

Other Side of the Wall

The site includes articles on criminal justice, the death penalty, death row, and prisons and prisoners. Also of interest is the Prisoner’s Dictionary, a guide to language and shorthand abbreviations.

PrisonZone: Welcome to Prison

This site features prison photos, art, and writing.

Strength Tech Home Page – Weight Lifting / Weightlifting in Prisons

This website contains information about weight lifting in prisons including issues, legislation, and specific incidents and accidents.

 

 

 

 

Privatization

 

 

Private Corrections Project

This site features the findings of the University of Florida’s Private Corrections Project.

Private Prisons

A prison privatization research site from the University of Connecticut.

 

 

 

 

Professional Associations

 

 

AFSCME Corrections United (ACU)

ACU is part of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), the nation’s largest public employee and health care workers union. This website contains information on a variety of topics including membership benefits, health issues, prison privatization, and legislation.

American Correctional Association (ACA)

The American Correctional Association (ACA) is a multi-disciplinary organization of professionals representing all levels and facets of corrections and criminal justice, including Federal, State, and military correctional facilities and prisons, county jails and detention centers, probation and parole agencies, and community corrections/halfway houses. This website contains information about membership, ACA conferences, training and technical assistance, publications, and articles from current and back issues of Corrections Today.

American Correctional Food Service Association (ACFSA)

The American Correctional Food Service Association (ACFSA) was formed in 1969 to enhance, represent, and promote the correctional segment of the foodservice industry. This website contains information about membership, certification, and conferences.

American Jail Association (AJA)

The American Jail Association (AJA) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting those who work in and operate our Nation’s jails. This website contains instructions on becoming a member and information on AJA activities including conferences, publications, jail exchange programs, and training opportunities.

American Probation and Parole Association (APPA)

The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is an international association composed of individuals from the United States and Canada actively involved with probation, parole, and community-based corrections, in both adult and juvenile sectors. This website contains information on APPA’s training institutes, research projects, publications, and job announcements.

American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS)

ASIS is the largest international educational organization for security professionals. This site contains membership information, a catalog of publications, and a professional development calendar.

Association for Biometrics

Site provides information on a international biometric organization that provides a forum for the UK, European and International Biometrics community; promotes the development of biometric technologies and applications; and advances the effective implementation of biometric systems through the use of best practice and evolving international standards.

BioAPI Consortium

Site provides information on a consortium that develops a widely available and widely accepted API that will serve for various biometric technologies. The intent is to work with industry biometric solution developers, software developers, and system integrators to leverage existing standards to facilitate easy adoption and implementation; develop an OS independent standard; make the API biometri independent; and support a broad range of applications.

International Biometric Industry Association

This site provides information on a trade association which advances, advocates, defends and supports the collective international interests of the biometric industry.

 

 

 

 

Sentencing

 

 

Death Penalty Focus of California

A nonprofit organization dedicated to the abolition of capital punishment.

Electric Chair.com

This site features photos and information on the electric chair and electrocutions.

Prison Issues Desk

The Prison Issues Desk is a project of the Prison Activist Resource Center (PARC) and describes itself as a source for progressive and radical information on prisons and the criminal prosecution system.

Sentencing Project

The Sentencing Project is an independent source of criminal justice policy analysis, data, and program information for the public and policy-makers. This site contains information on conferences, publications, and the organization’s activities.

 

 

 

 

Technology Resources

 

 

Biometrics Catalog

The Biometrics Catalog was developed as a service to the biometrics community and potential users of biometric technology. Users may search for commercially available products and university and government research projects.

Cop Auction

An online auction site for law enforcement and corrections equipment.

Minimizing Compliance Costs of the Life Safety Code for Correctional Facilities

The purpose of this NIST project was to develop a systematic procedure for finding low-cost, safety-equivalent solutions compliant with the Life Safety Code for Detention and Correctional Facilities and to incorporate that procedure into Windows software.

National Technology Transfer Center (NTTC)

NTTC was established in 1989 by Congress to provide American companies and individuals with access to Federal R&D to better enable them to compete in the international marketplace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Courts and Adjudication

 

 

Arkansas Judiciary Home Page

This site contains information on the Arkansas Supreme Court including a database of Court opinions from 1994 to the present.

Clark County, Nevada District Attorney

The legal branch of local government representing the Clark County Commission and other county agencies in administrative and litigation matters.

Court Information Systems Technical Assistance Project

Overview and latest activities of this national project to promote and assist the automation and integration of court information systems. Directed by SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics.

Court Technology Vendors List

A list of vendors from the National Center for State Courts.

Court Web Sites

Links to court web sites from the NCSC.

Federal Judicial Center

The Federal Judicial Center is the Federal courts’ agency for research and continuing education. This website contains publications, educational materials, and court-related links.

Federal Judiciary Homepage

This website contains information on the Federal court system, a directory of electronic public access services providing access to Federal court databases, publications, and news from the Federal judiciary.

JOSHUA – Judicial Online SuperHighway User Access System

JOSHUA is a state-wide information system serving Florida’s Judiciary and allows users to browse through a wide variety of information resources related to the Florida state court system.

Midtown Community Court Computer System Project

A description of the Midtown Community Court project funded by The Fund for the City of New York.

Mississippi Supreme Court

This site contains a database of decisions, court rules, a docket calendar, and more.

Missouri Judiciary

This site contains information the Missouri Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and Circuit Courts.

National Center for State Courts (NCSC)

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is an independent, nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of justice. This website contains information on court technology and administration, NCSC publications, classes, and technical assistance.

NCSC Technology Information Service

The Technology Information Service offers in-depth information packets for a variety of topics relating to technologies in the courts. Topics include electronic filing, digital signatures, imaging technologies, videoconferencing, and more.

State Justice Institute (SJI)

The State Justice Institute awards grants to improve the quality of justice in the State courts, facilitates better coordination and information sharing between State and Federal courts, and fosters to common problems faced by all courts. The website contains information on SJI grants and the application process.

Supreme Court of Georgia

This site contains a Court calendar with case synopses, summaries of Court opinions, rules and procedures, and more.

Supreme Court of South Carolina – Opinions

This site contains Supreme Court opinions from 1997 to the present.

Tennessee Supreme Court

This site contains court opinions from 1995 to the present, certiorari lists, and opinions of the Judicial Ethics Committee.

United States Sentencing Commission

The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent agency in the judicial branch of government that establishes sentencing policies and practices for the Federal courts, including guidelines prescribing the appropriate form and severity of punishment for offenders convicted of Federal crimes. This website contains reports to Congress, publications, Federal sentencing guidelines, and Federal sentencing statistics.

Virginia’s Judicial System

This site contains information on the Virginia’s court system, including court opinions, publications, a law library, and a Supreme Court calendar.

 

 

 

 

Criminal Justice Research and Statistics

 

Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center

The Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC) is commissioned to collect, store, retrieve, analyze, and disseminate criminal justice data. This site contains Alabama crime statistics and a directory of public safety agencies and associations.

Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC)

ACIC maintains the statewide computerized communications network used by criminal justice agencies in Arkansas. This site contains crime statistics, information on crime victim notification, crime prevention guides, and a database of missing children.

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

BJS is the United States’ primary source for criminal justice statistics. This site offers many online publications.

Crime Mapping Research Center (CMRC)

A center established by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to advance applied and basic research involving the analytical mapping of crime. This site includes information on grants, CMRC projects, conferences, books, and journal articles.

Drug Enforcement Administration – Drug Data

This website contains statistics on drug use, drug seizures, and drug-related deaths in the United States.

Drug Enforcement Administration – Intelligence Reports

FBI Crime Statistics

The FBI is the principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Justice. This page links to information on the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) and Uniform Crime Reports.

Federal Bureau of Prisons Quick Facts

Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center (FJSRC)

The Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center (FJSRC) maintains the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) Federal Justice Statistics Program (FJSP) database, which contains information about suspects and defendants processed in the Federal criminal justice system.

Fedstats: One Stop Shopping for Federal Statistics

The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by the Federal government for public use.

Geospatial and Statistical Data Center

This website includes interactive access to county level data on crimes reported and arrests as provided to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program.

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority

This site contains publications, grant information, criminal justice statistics, and information on public safety communications systems in Illinois.

National Archive of Criminal Justice Data (NACJD)

NACJD, established in 1978 under the auspices of the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) and the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), U.S. Department of Justice, currently holds over 500 data collections relating to criminal justice. This website provides browsing and downloading access to most of this data and documentation.

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS)

NCJRS is a collection of clearinghouses supporting all bureaus of DOJ’s Office of Justice Programs. This site contains a publications catalog, an abstracts database, electronic documents, links to other websites, a conference calendar, and DOJ grant announcements.

National Institute of Corrections Information Center

NIC is a small agency under the U.S. Department of Justice that provides assistance to Federal, State, and local corrections agencies working with adult offenders. This website contains publications and special announcements.

National Institute on Drug Abuse – Infofax

Science based facts on drug abuse and addiction from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Police Foundation

The Police Foundation defines, designs, conducts, and evaluates controlled experiments testing ways to improve the delivery of police services. This site contains information on research projects, crime mapping, technical assistance, publications, and more.

RAND Institute’s Criminal Justice Program

Since 1976, RAND’s Criminal Justice Program has been analyzing issues and policy related to crime and violence in the United States from a multidisciplinary perspective. Recently, the research agenda has focused on violence prevention; efficiency, effectiveness, and equity within the criminal justice system; and drug use trends and drug use reduction strategies.

SEARCH

The entryway to an expanding array of justice-related Internet services provided by SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics.

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics

Data about all aspects of criminal justice in the United States presented in over 600 tables from more than 100 sources.

Street Terms: Drugs and the Drug Trade

This site from the Office of National Drug Control Policy contains over 2,000 street terms that refer to specific drug types or drug activity.

Talk Justice

A forum for the discussion of crime and justice issues.

The Sentencing Project’s Reports

Summaries of policy reports from the Sentencing Project.

The Terrorism Research Center

The Terrorism Research Center is dedicated to informing the public of the phenomena of terrorism and information warfare. This site features essays and thought pieces on current issues, as well as links to other terrorism documents, research and resources.

 

 

 

 

Forensic Science

 

 

 

Education and Training

 

 

Virginia Institute for Forensic Science and Medicine (VIFSM)

VIFSM is a forensic science and medical facility that provides hands-on training in a working forensic environment for aspiring forensic scientists and pathologists by a staff of experienced forensic scientists and pathologists.

 

 

 

 

Evidence Collection

 

 

Biometrics Catalog

The Biometrics Catalog was developed as a service to the biometrics community and potential users of biometric technology. Users may search for commercially available products and university and government research projects.

Crime and Clues

This site contains articles and links to information on crime scene investigation, physical evidence, testimonial evidence, behavioral evidence, and death investigation.

Crime Scene Investigation

Crime scene investigation information from the University of California Police Department at Riverside.

Institute for Forensic Imaging (IFI)

The Institute for Forensic Imaging (IFI), located on the Indiana University-Perdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus, was established to meet the needs of law enforcement agencies for training in imaging technologies for forensic purposes. This website contains information on IFI’s research and publications and a schedule of classes.

National Cybercrime Training Partnership (NCTP)

This website contains a training schedule of classes offered by the NCTP on basic data recovery and analysis.

 

 

 

 

Federal Government

 

 

FBI Laboratory

This site features information about the different units of the FBI Laboratory and descriptions of cases investigated by the Laboratory.

Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC)

The Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) is a nationwide network of Federal laboratories. This website offers searchable databases of Federal laboratories and news, information about technologies developed at Federal laboratories, newsletters, an event calendar, and funding opportunities.

National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS)

The NCFS is a joint project of the University of Central Florida and the National Institute of Justice. The goal of NCFS is to create a unique laboratory facility staffed and equipped to service the forensic and law enforcement communities in the areas of fire and explosion debris. This website contains NCFS news and information.

National Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory

The National Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Laboratory is a full service, wildlife forensic laboratory operating under the Office of Law Enforcement, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. This website contains general laboratory information and an excellent list of online forensic science resources.

 

 

 

 

Laboratories

 

 

European Network of Forensic Science Institutes

The aim of ENFSI is to ensure that the quality of development and delivery of forensic science throughout Europe is at the forefront of the world.

Forensic Science Service (United Kingdom)

The FSS is an executive agency of the Home Office. It provides a national service, primarily to the 43 police forces of England and Wales, the Crown Prosecution Service, Customs and Excise and other agencies.

National Medical Services Crime Laboratory Division

The Criminalistics Department of National Medical Services maintains a full staff of forensic scientists and technical support personnel (on call 24 hours a day) to analyze and interpret a wide variety of non-biological specimens.

Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory – San Diego

Provides information about the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory , its mission, participating agencies, and its first annual conference.

 

 

 

 

News and Information

 

 

California Criminalistics Institute Virtual Library

This site provides links and other resources that are useful to members of the forensic science community.

Evidence: The True Witness

This site contains basic information on forensic topics such as anthropology, ballistics, DNA fingerprinting, entomology, hairs and fibers, fingerprints, odontology, pathology, questioned documents, and toxicology. It also has a glossary of terms, descriptions of forensic science careers, and a mystery game.

Forensic Science Communications

Forensic Science Communications is a forensic science journal published quarterly in January, April, July, and October by FBI Laboratory personnel. It is a means of communication between forensic scientists.

Forensic Toxicology Links

This website contains links to forensic toxicology sites, government forensic toxicology laboratories, directories of forensic expert witnesses, and general forensic sciences links. The site is maintained by a consulting forensic toxicologist.

Zeno’s Forensic Page

This website is maintained by Zeno Geradt, a forensic scientist at the Netherlands’ Forensic Science Laboratory, and contains information and links on forensic science, forensic medicine, and forensic psychiatry.

 

 

 

 

Professional Associations

 

 

American Academy of Forensic Sciences

The American Academy of Forensic Sciences is a professional society dedicated to the application of science to the law. This website contains information on conferences and seminars, a membership application, employment opportunities, and links to organizations and online journals.

American Board of Criminalistics

Association composed of regional and national organizations which represent forensic scientists.

American College of Forensic Examiners

The American College of Forensic Examiners (ACFE) is a private, nonprofit, tax-exempt scientific and professional society. This website contains information on membership, certification, conferences, discussion groups, and online publications.

American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors

The American Society of Crime Laboratory Directors (ASCLD) is a nonprofit professional society devoted to the improvement of crime laboratory operations through sound management practices. This website contains information on membership, accreditation, scholarships, and management practices.

American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE)

The American Society of Questioned Document Examiners (ASQDE) fosters education, sponsors scientific research, establishes standards, and provides instruction in the field of questioned document examination. This website contains information on membership, referral lists of document examiners, continuing education, publications, and other topics.

Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACSR)

ACSR is an organization dedicated to understanding of the whole crime scene and the necessity of reconstructing that scene in order to better understand the elements of the crime and to recognize and preserve evidence.

California Association of Criminalistics

A professional organization of forensic scientists that meet to exchange ideas, new testing methodologies, and to share case histories.

European DNA Profiling Group (EDNAP)

EDNAP is a working group of the International Society for Forensic Haemogenetics. Within this working group, it is intended that each European country should be represented by one laboratory with sufficient expertise in forensic DNA technology. This website contains information about EDNAP’s activities, publications, and conferences.

Forensic Science Society

The Forensic Science Society is the world’s largest forensic science organization located in Britain. This website contains information about the Society’s activities and publications, a searchable database of websites, and a searchable database of article abstracts.

International Association for Identification (IAI)

The International Association for Identification (IAI) is a professional forensics organization consisting of forensics personnel and experts from every level of law enforcement and from most countries in the world. This website has information on membership, certification programs, and conferences.

International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS)

IACIS is a nonprofit corporation composed of law enforcement professionals who have been trained in the forensic science of seizing and processing evidence from computer systems. This website contains membership information, training opportunities, and special announcements from IACIS.

International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN)

IAFN is the only international professional organization of registered nurses formed exclusively to develop, promote, and disseminate information about the science of forensic nursing nationally and internationally. This website contains information about forensic nursing, IAFN conferences, and educational opportunities.

National Association of Document Examiners (NADE)

The National Association of Document Examiners (NADE) is comprised of handwriting experts who examine signatures and documents to determine authenticity or identify the originator. This website contains contact information.

National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC)

NFSTC is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides systems support and continuing education to crime laboratories and laboratory staff. This website contains information about NFSTC services and an online newsletter.

Society of Forensic Toxicologists (SOFT)

SOFT is a non-profit organization established in 1970 and is composed of practicing forensic toxicologists and those interested in the discipline for the purpose of promoting and developing the profession. This site contains information on forensic toxicology, laboratory guidelines, employment listings, and continuing education opportunities.

 

 

 

 

State and Local Government

 

 

Metro-Dade Police Department Crime Lab (Florida)

The Metro-Dade Police Department Crime Lab services the greater unincorporated Dade County area and the 26 incorporated municipalities which also include the city of Miami and the city of Miami Beach.

North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Crime Laboratory

The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation maintains a full-service laboratory in Raleigh, NC and a limited-service laboratory in Asheville, NC for the purpose of examining all types of evidence related to criminal investigations.

Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation

The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation provides scientific and investigative assistance to local law enforcement agencies throughout Ohio.

Sacramento County Laboratory of Forensic Services

Virginia Division of Forensic Science

The Division of Forensic Science (DFS) is a nationally accredited forensic laboratory system serving all state and local law enforcement agencies, medical examiners, and Commonwealth’s Attorneys in Virginia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fraud/Crime on the Net

 

 

CNET Special Report: Crime on the Net

Computer Virus Myths and Hoaxes

Learn about computer virus myths, hoaxes, urban legends, and the implications if you believe in them. You can also search a list of computer virus hoaxes from A to Z.

Current Net Hoaxes, Urban Legends, and other digital lies…

Hoaxbusters

This page describes hoaxes and chain letters found on the Internet, and discusses how to recognize hoaxes, what to do about them, and some of the history of hoaxes on the Internet.

Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC)

IFCC’s mission is to address fraud committed over the Internet. For victims of Internet fraud, IFCC provides a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of a suspected criminal or civil violation. For law enforcement and regulatory agencies at all levels, IFCC offers a central repository for complaints related to Internet fraud, works to quantify fraud patterns, and provides timely statistical data of current fraud trends.

Internet Law

This site offers resources about legal issues and the Internet.

Internet ScamBusters

An e-zine focusing on Internet scams and fraud.

Internet Scams Websites

 

 

 

 

General Resources

 

 

 

Download Plug-Ins

 

 

BrowserWatch Plug-In Plaza

This site claims to offer links to all of the plug-ins available on the Internet.

ZDNet Software Library – Easy Download Guide

A tutorial for downloading from the Internet.

 

 

 

 

Internet Tutorials

 

 

Beginners’ Central

A beginner’s guide to the Internet.

 

 

 

 

Mailing lists and Newsgroups

 

 

Google Groups

A web site where you can read, search, and post to Usenet newsgroups.

POLICE-L: The Police Discussion List

POLICE-L is a restricted discussion list, open only to sworn law enforcement officers (LEOs), including retired, reserve, and auxiliary officers.

Talk Justice

A forum for the discussion of crime and justice issues.

Tile.Net

Searchable directory of mailing lists, Usenet newsgroups, and ftp sites.

Topica

A directory of Internet mailing lists.

 

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

 

 

Argus Clearinghouse

The Argus Clearinghouse provides a central access point for value-added topical guides which identify, describe, and evaluate Internet-based information resources.

Explore the Internet (Library of Congress)

Topical collections of Internet resources prepared by Library of Congress reading rooms and subject specialists.

HotSheet

Quick reference to the web.

Information Please Home Page

On-line dictionary, encyclopedia, and almanac.

Internet Public Library

The Internet Public Library seeks to serve the public by finding, evaluating, selecting, organizing, describing, and creating quality on-line information resources.

Newspapers Online

A directory of United States and international online newspapers.

USGS Geographic Names Information System

This database contains information about almost 2 million physical and cultural geographic features in the United States.

Virtual Reference Desk

A website directory of Internet resources, newspapers, magazines, and wire services.

WorldTime

A service featuring an interactive world atlas, information on local time as well as sunrise and sunset times in several hundred cities, and a database of public holidays worldwide.

 

 

 

eWitness.com

Provides a community for experts to create profiles for attorneys and insurance companies to locate expert witnesses, legal consultants, and litigation support specialists.

 

Search Engines

 

 

AltaVista

Search engine.

Excite

Search engine.

Galaxy

Searchable web directory.

Go.com

Search engine and directory.

Google!

Search engine.

HotBot

Search engine.

LookSmart

Searchable web directory.

Lycos

Search engine.

Magellan

Search engine.

Tutorial: Guide to Effective Searching of the Internet

A guide for beginners and intermediate web searchers.

Yahoo

Searchable web directory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Government Resources

 

 

 

Federal Government

 

 

Acquisition Streamlining and Standardization Information System (ASSIST)

ASSIST provides direct access to nearly 100,000 full text U.S. Department of Defense Specifications and Standards

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF)

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) is a law enforcement organization within the United States Department of Treasury that enforces the Federal laws and regulations relating to alcohol, tobacco, firearms, explosives, and arson. This site contains information on the Brady Law, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), and the National Church Arson Strike Force.

Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)

BJA, a component of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, assists State and local governments in combating violent crime and drug abuse. This website contains information on funding assistance, grant programs, technical assistance, training, publications, and other special programs.

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS)

BJS is the United States’ primary source for criminal justice statistics. This site offers many online publications.

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

The CIA supports the President, the National Security Council, and all who make and execute US national security policy by: providing accurate, evidence-based, comprehensive, and timely foreign intelligence related to national security; and conducting counterintelligence activities, special activities, and other functions related to foreign intelligence and national security as directed by the President.

Citizen’s Guide to U.S. Government Resources on the Web

A guide to every branch of the U.S. Federal government.

Corrections Program Office

The Corrections Program Office (CPO) was established within the Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in 1995 to implement the correctional grant programs created by the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, as amended (Crime Act). This site contains information on grant activities by State.

Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)

The DEA enforces the controlled substance laws and regulations of the United States. This website features organizational information, program descriptions, publications, statistics, and fugitive descriptions and photos.

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

The principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Justice. This site contains information on the FBI Academy, the FBI’s most wanted, uniform crime reports, and much more.

Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

The official website of the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). This website contains organizational information, BOP publications, contact information for Federal correctional facilities, and statistics.

Federal Consumer Information Center

The Federal Consumer Information Center (FCIC) is a single point of contact for people who have questions about Federal agencies, programs, and services.

FedWorld Information Network

FedWorld was established by the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service (NTIS) and serves as the online locator service for a comprehensive inventory of information disseminated by the Federal government.

Google Search: Uncle Sam

This site uses the Google search engine to search only U.S. Federal government sites.

Government Emergency Telecommunications Service (GETS)

GETS provides emergency access and specialized processing in local and long-distance telephone networks.

National Institute of Corrections (NIC)

NIC is a small agency under the U.S. Department of Justice that provides assistance to Federal, State, and local corrections agencies working with adult offenders. This website contains publications and special announcements.

National Institute of Justice (NIJ)

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ), a component of the Office of Justice Programs, is the research agency of the U.S. Department of Justice. This website contains descriptions of ongoing research, evaluation, and program development projects supported by NIJ; current NIJ solicitations and application forms; and downloadable NIJ publications.

National Security Agency (NSA)

The National Security Agency is the Nation’s crypto logic organization. It coordinates, directs, and performs highly specialized activities to protect U.S. information systems and produce foreign intelligence information.

National Technical Information Service (NTIS)

NTIS is the official source for government-sponsored U.S. and worldwide scientific, technical, engineering, and business-related information. This website contains publication catalogs and ordering information. The NTIS National Audiovisual Center offers federally developed training and education materials on a variety of subjects including law enforcement training.

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)

OVC was established by the 1984 Victims of Crime Act to oversee diverse programs that benefit victims of crime. This website includes information about the OVC resource center, grants, training and technical assistance, and publications.

Office of Law Enforcement Standards (OLES)

OLES is part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and develops standards, user guides, and advisor reports on such topics as handguns, soft body armor testing, pathogen and slash-resistant gloves, and analytical procedures for developing DNA profiles.

Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP)

ONDCP establishes policies, priorities, and objectives for the Nation’s drug control program. This website contains information on law enforcement efforts including High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTAs), the Southwest Border Initiative, and international enforcement.

Office of Science and Technology (OST)

NIJ’s Office of Science and Technology is the focal point for the development of standards, testing, and dissemination of information on law enforcement equipment and technologies. This website contains information about OS&T’s mission and contact information for its technology program areas.

OVAE: Office of Correctional Education (OCE)

The U.S. Department of Education created the Office of Correctional Education (OCE) to provide technical assistance to States, local schools, and correctional institutions and to share information on correctional education. This website includes descriptions of demonstration projects, funding opportunities, upcoming events, and OCE news.

The Biometrics Consortium

Site provides information as the governmental focal point for research, development, test, evaluation, and application of biometric-based personal identification/verification technology.

THOMAS – U.S. Congress on the Internet

THOMAS makes Federal legislative information freely available to the Internet public. Users may search databases of Federal legislation, the Congressional Record, and Congressional Committee reports.

U.S. Coast Guard

The U.S. Coast Guard is the maritime law enforcement agency of the United States and is responsible for the enforcement of U.S. laws and treaties in three primary mission areas: Drug Interdiction, Living Marine Resources, and Alien Migrant Interdiction.

U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)

The official website of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). This site contains information on DOJ programs, publications, press releases, employment opportunities, and grants.

U.S. Federal White Pages

Use this directory to locate federal employees by name, and find their telephone numbers and/or their e-mail addresses.

U.S. Judicial Branch Resources

A collection of online resources from the Library of Congress.

U.S. Marshals Service

The U.S. Marshals Service is responsible for providing protection for the federal judiciary, transporting federal prisoners, protecting endangered federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminal enterprises. In addition, the men and women of the Marshals Service pursue and arrest 55 percent of all federal fugitives, more than all other federal agencies combined.

United States Parole Commission

The U.S. Parole Commission has sole authority to grant, modify, or revoke paroles of eligible U.S. prisoners serving sentences of more than 1 year including military prisoners and District of Columbia Code prisoners housed in Federal institutions. This website includes an overview of the Commission and current news.

United States Secret Service (USSS)

Among other duties, the U.S. Secret Service is charged with protecting the President and Vice President of the United States and their immediate families. This site contains a brief history of the Secret Service, information on counterfeiting and financial crimes, employment opportunities, and more.

United States Sentencing Commission

The United States Sentencing Commission is an independent agency in the judicial branch of government that establishes sentencing policies and practices for the Federal courts, including guidelines prescribing the appropriate form and severity of punishment for offenders convicted of Federal crimes. This website contains reports to Congress, publications, Federal sentencing guidelines, and Federal sentencing statistics.

 

 

 

 

State and Local Government

 

 

Council of State Governments (CSG)

CSG is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that seeks to foster excellence in State government. This website contains a conference calendar, a publications catalog, press releases, State government news, suggested State legislation, and access to CSG databases.

Governing Magazine

A monthly magazine whose primary audience is State and local government officials. This website includes articles and a conference calendar.

National Association of Counties (NAACO)

NAACO is the only national organization that represents county governments in the United States. This website contains information about NAACO leadership and staff, member counties and corporations, affiliates, lobbying activities, the National Internet Clearinghouse for Welfare Reform (NICH), the model programs database, county news, NAACO conferences, and other information.

National Governor’s Association (NGA)

NGA is the only bipartisan, national organization of, by, and for the Nation’s Governors. This website contains information such as Governors’ biographies, election status, term of office, staff members, state of the State addresses, and key State issues.

State Search

State Search is a service of the National Association of State Information Resource Executives and is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to State government information on the Internet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grant and Funding Information

 

 

Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program

This site contains information on eligibility, vest manufacturers, and the application process.

COPS Current Funding Opportunities

This site from the U.S. Department of Justice contains information on grants given by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office).

Foundation Center Online

The mission of the Foundation Center is to foster public understanding of the foundation field by collecting, organizing, analyzing, and disseminating information on foundations, corporate giving, and related subjects.

Fundsnet Online Services Home Site

Fundsnet is a privately owned Web site created in 1996 to assist nonprofit organizations find funding resources on the Internet.

Government Information Services/Education Funding Research Council Grant and Funding Sources

Federal, corporate, foundation and private funding information.

Justice Grants

This page from the Justice Information Center contains funding guidelines and application forms for U.S. Department of Justice grants.

Notices of Funding Availability

Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs) are announcements that appear in the Federal Register, printed each business day by the United States government, inviting applications for Federal grant programs. This page allows you to generate a customized listing of NOFAs.

OJP Office for State and Local Domestic Preparedness Support (OSLDPS)

OSLDPS administers grants to assist state and local public safety personnel in acquiring the specialized equipment and training necessary to safely respond to and manage domestic terrorist activities, especially those dealing with chemical and biological agents, and nuclear, radiological and explosive devices.

The Grantsmanship Center

TGCI was founded in 1972 to offer grantsmanship training and low-cost publications to nonprofit organizations and government agencies.

Tips for Getting the Grant

This page from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, contains some general guidelines for grant writing.

 

 

 

 

Graphics/Clip Art

 

 

Copcar dot com

This site features many pictures of police vehicles. Photographs are to be used only with the permission of the owners.

Police ClipArt Library

Features hundreds of free law enforcement related graphics from numerous categories.

Police Graphics Library

Police K9 Clipart

Police, Fire, and Ambulance Clipart

 

 

 

 

Just For Fun

 

 

Crime Scene Evidence File – Fiction

MysteryNet.com

For everyone who enjoys a good mystery.

PoliceGuide.com

An online guide to law enforcement memorabilia.

policescanner.com – live police & fire broadcasts

Treasury of Police Humor

 

 

 

 

Law Enforcement

 

 

Community Policing

 

 

Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center

The Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC) is commissioned to collect, store, retrieve, analyze, and disseminate criminal justice data. This site contains Alabama crime statistics and a directory of public safety agencies and associations.

Arkansas Crime Information Center (ACIC)

ACIC maintains the statewide computerized communications network used by criminal justice agencies in Arkansas. This site contains crime statistics, information on crime victim notification, crime prevention guides, and a database of missing children.

Community Policing Consortium

The Community Policing Consortium is a partnership of five of the leading police organizations in the United States. This website contains information about community policing and the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), descriptions of training opportunities and curricula, publications, and an online bulletin board.

Florida Regional Community Policing Institute

The Florida Regional Community Policing Institute (FL RCPI) at St. Petersburg Junior College (SPJC) operates under a cooperative agreement from the Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and provides free community policing training to law enforcement officers, community residents, city employees, social service agencies, and private sector representatives throughout the state of Florida.

Join Together

Join Together, a project of the Boston University School of Public Health, is a national resource for communities working to reduce substance abuse and gun violence. This site contains news articles, reports on research, and funding information.

Metropolitan Area Narcotics Trafficking Interdiction Squads (MANTIS) of Tucson, Arizona

MANTIS is a multi-agency narcotics task force operating in Pima County, Arizona. This site contains information about MANTIS’s mission, drugs in the Pima County community, and a resource list for people needing addiction counseling or treatment.

Missouri Crime Prevention Information Center

The Center’s purpose is to develop and implement a comprehensive, long-range, integrated program which will mobilize all Missouri residents in a year-round preventive effort to reduce crime, violence, drug abuse and delinquency. This site contains a conference and training calendar and a collection of crime prevention resources.

National Center for Community Policing

This site, from the Michigan State University’s School of Criminal Justice, contains a series of publications on community policing produced by the school and information on training opportunities.

Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office)

Information from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services including grants, training, and publications.

Police Foundation

The Police Foundation defines, designs, conducts, and evaluates controlled experiments testing ways to improve the delivery of police services. This site contains information on research projects, crime mapping, technical assistance, publications, and more.

Policing.com

This website is dedicated to providing the latest information and advice on community policing.

Utica Arson Strike Force

The Utica Arson Strike Force has raised the arson closure rate from two percent to 60 percent, with a 100-percent conviction rate. This site contains a description of the origins of the strike force and many articles concerning arson in Utica, New York.

Washington State Institute for Community Oriented Policing (WSICOP)

WSICOP serves as the vehicle for statewide implementation of community policing in Washington. This site contains information on training and research.

 

 

 

 

Computer Crime

 

 

ASIS Computer Security Standing Committee

This committee was established to serve the membership of the American Society for Industrial Security through identification of information regarding computer security issues.

Canadian Centre for Information Technology Security (CCITS)

CCITS provides education and research on computer security and high-tech criminal investigation including the Certificate in Internet Security and Investigation.

Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS)

The CCIPS is responsible for implementing the U.S. Justice Department’s Computer Crime Initiative, a comprehensive program designed to address the growing global computer crime problem.

Computer Crime Resources

This site contains links to a wide variety of computer crime resources including publications, organizations, classes, and legal resources.

Computer Evidence Processing Steps

This site contains both general and emergency guidelines for processing computer evidence.

Computer Forensics Research Development Center (CFRDC)

The CFRDC, located at Utica College, facilitates the research and development of computer forensic tools and methods.

Cyberspace Law

A directory of websites with information on legal issues on the Internet.

Cyberspace Law Center

This site is designed to be an evolving resource for those interested in legal issues concerning cyberspace.

Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory

The U.S. Department of Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory provides digital and analog evidence processing (analysis and diagnostics) for DoD counterintelligence, criminal, fraud investigations, operations and programs.

Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FSISAC)

Developed through a partnership between the U.S. Treasury Department and private industry, the FSISAC pools knowledge on electronic security threats, vulnerabilities, incidents, and solutions.

Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators (FACCI)

FACCI provides training, resource sharing, and legal updates to aid Florida law enforcement agencies and corporations in conducting computer crime investigations.

High Tech Crime Consortium (HTCC)

The HTCC provides high technology crime investigation education and training in detecting, investigating, and analyzing high technology crime cases where computers are used.

High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA)

HTCIA offers training in computer forensics, high technology crime prosecution, cyber-stalking, and more.

High-Tech Crime Network (HTCN)

HTCN offers training and certification for computer crime investigators and computer forensic technicians. They also publish the “The Journal of Computer Crime Investigations and Forensics.”

Infrastructure Protection and Computer Intrusion Squad (FBI Washington Field Office)

This site contains contact information, a cyber tip line, an intrusion report form, and tips for minimizing vulnerability.

International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS)

IACIS is a nonprofit corporation composed of law enforcement professionals who have been trained in the forensic science of seizing and processing evidence from computer systems. This website contains membership information, training opportunities, and special announcements from IACIS.

Internet Do’s and Don’ts for Kids

On this page the U.S. Department of Justice describes in simple terms illegal Internet activities and their consequences.

Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC)

IFCC’s mission is to address fraud committed over the Internet. For victims of Internet fraud, IFCC provides a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism that alerts authorities of a suspected criminal or civil violation. For law enforcement and regulatory agencies at all levels, IFCC offers a central repository for complaints related to Internet fraud, works to quantify fraud patterns, and provides timely statistical data of current fraud trends.

Internet Information Evaluation

Resources explaining how to evaluate the quality of online information resources.

Logicube, Inc.

Hard drive and CD-R media duplication

National Cybercrime Training Partnership (NCTP)

This website contains a training schedule of classes offered by the NCTP on basic data recovery and analysis.

National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC)

The mission of the NIPC to detect, deter, assess, warn of, respond to, and investigate computer intrusions and unlawful acts, both physical and “cyber,” that threaten or target our critical infrastructures. The NIPC biweekly newsletter, “CyberNotes,” is available on this website.

Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)

Although NCIS’s primary focus is attacks against Navy and Marine Corps information systems, it also supports investigations of other computer-related crimes. NCIS has also made available free of charge software that will enable parents and families to screen their computers for images that may be offensive or illegal.

Searching and Seizing Computers

This site contains the Federal Guidelines for Searching and Seizing Computers.

TechTV | Cybercrime

Cybercrime news.

The Electronic Frontier: The Challenge of Unlawful Conduct Involving the Use of the Internet

A report of the President’s working group on unlawful conduct on the Internet. Published in March 2000.

 

 

 

Counter drug Activities

 

 

Civil Air Patrol – Counter drug Operations

Civil Air Patrol resources are available for counter drug activities at no cost to the requesting agency.

Digital Mapping Initiative

Provides computer-generated maps for Drug Law Enforcement Agencies (DLEA).

Multijurisdictional Counter drug Task Force Training

Provides tuition-free courses covering all aspects of counter drug law enforcement.

National Interagency Civil-Military Institute

Provides free training to law enforcement and military organizations in planning and coordinating joint-counter drug operations.

Northeast Counter drug Training Center

A no-cost counter drug training and education center supporting the Northeastern United States.

 

 

 

 

Education and Training

 

 

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)

The Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences is an international organization established in 1963 to foster professional and scholarly activities in the field of criminal justice. This website contains information on membership, annual meetings, and online criminal justice resources.

American Society for Law Enforcement Training (ASLET)

ASLET’s mission is to promote and enhance the training of all peace officers by providing a forum for the dissemination of information, tactics, and technology for the purpose of serving their communities professionally and safely.

Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, Inc.

A nonprofit organization that provides educational, legal, and other professional services and assistance to the Nation’s law enforcement community.

Association of Professional Law Enforcement Emergency Vehicle Response Trainers (ALERT) International

An organization of law enforcement professionals from the United States and Canada with the objective of professionalizing the task of law enforcement driving. This site contains membership information, training and employment opportunities, regional news, and a members only section.

BJA’s Law Enforcement Training Database

The BJA Training Database is a catalog of all federally funded and supported training available to state and local law enforcement officials. Each database listing includes the training provider, a course description, eligibility criteria, and contact information.

California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)

The California POST Commission establishes minimum selection and training standards, provides counseling on improving management practices, and provides financial assistance to agencies to support the training of their peace officers, dispatchers and para-professional employees.

Center for Law Enforcement Ethics

The goals of the Center for Law Enforcement Ethics are to examine the ethics of professional obligations in law enforcement, to explore strategies that enhance the ethical climate in policing, and to establish programs that will provide ethical decision-making goals. The website contains an archive of the Center’s newsletter and a calendar of upcoming programs.

Center for Task Force Training (CenTF)

CenTF provides specialized training programs for State and local law enforcement through funding from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA).

Criminal Justice Distance Learning Consortium (CJDLC)

The Criminal Justice Distance Learning Consortium (CJDLC) has as its mission the support of distance education in criminal justice and criminology. This site contains announcements of criminal justice distance learning programs and links to other distance learning resources.

Dive Rescue International

Provides training to law enforcement and fire rescue personnel. Programs include: Public Safety Diver, Underwater Investigator, Underwater Crime Scene Technician, Investigating Water Related Death, etc.

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC)

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, a Bureau of the Department of the Treasury, is the nation’s lead organization for interagency training of Federal law enforcement personnel. This website contains a listing of FLETC program offerings for State and local law enforcement personnel.

Florida State University, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

This site contains information about school personnel, class schedules, and academic programs.

Gang Prevention, Inc.

Gang Prevention Incorporated offers gang identification, awareness, and activity training to law enforcement. They also have a 450 page street gang identification manual that is only available to the law enforcement community.

Hornbeck Video Productions

Drug interdiction, K-9, and officer survival training videos for law enforcement officers.

Hutchinson Law Enforcement Training, LLC

Courses and training seminars for law enforcement education.

Institute of Investigative Technology

Provides investigative technology training for law enforcement and corporate clients.

Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM)

This site contains information on IPTM’s training programs, publications, and software.

International Association for Property and Evidence (IAPE)

The objective of the IAPE is to provide education and training related to all aspects of the handling, storage, maintenance, and disposal of law enforcement held property and evidence. This site contains information on classes and reprints of articles from IAPE’s quarterly, Evidence Log.

Jacksonville State University, College of Criminal Justice

This site contains information on faculty, classes, and the Northeast Alabama Police Academy.

Justice Institute of British Columbia

A public post secondary educational institution offering training for public safety, law enforcement, and corrections personnel.

Knowledge Solutions LLC

Training, information resources, and case consultations for law enforcement, the forensic sciences, the legal community, and the mental health community.

Law Enforcement Night Operations Interactive Training Course

This site offers a preview of a CD-ROM based, interactive training course on Law Enforcement Night Operations.

Law Enforcement Resource Center

Video training programs.

Law Enforcement Training Network

The Law Enforcement Training Network offers a range of multimedia solutions to meet the needs of today’s law enforcement agencies.

Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Corrections Training Resources (LECTR)

Sponsored by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), LECTR offers a database of training resources.

Military Police School/Law Enforcement Education (U.S. Army)

The U.S. Army Military Police School conducts law enforcement, force protection, antiterrorism, and drug suppression training for the U.S. Department of Defense; conducts drug enforcement training for Federal, State, and local law enforcement; and conducts drill and physical fitness training for boot camp corrections programs.

Modern Warrior Defensive Tactics Institute

Self defense and martial arts training for law enforcement.

NAC: Law Enforcement Training

Law enforcement training materials from the National Audiovisual Center.

National Cybercrime Training Partnership (NCTP)

This website contains a training schedule of classes offered by the NCTP on basic data recovery and analysis.

National Rifle Association’s Law Enforcement Activities Division

This website contains information about NRA benefits for law enforcement officers, police pistol combat competitions, and law enforcement firearms instructor development schools.

Northwest University Traffic Institute

The Northwest University Traffic Institute trains police, traffic engineers and public safety professionals; conducts research; provides consultation; and administers a nationally renowned defensive driving course.

PoliceTraining.Net

This site contains a searchable database of law enforcement training opportunities. Classes and events are arranged in monthly order, listing the dates of the class or seminar, the type of training offered, the location and contact information.

Southeastern Louisiana University Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminal Justice

This site contains curricula for associate and bachelor degrees.

The Backup Training Academy

The Backup Training Academy offers P.O.S.T. and College accredited courses on CD-ROM.

University of Louisville, Department of Justice Administration (Kentucky)

This site contains information on undergraduate and graduate programs, the National Crime Prevention Institute, and the Southern Police Institute.

Verbal Judo Institute

Verbal Judo, or Tactical Communications, is the gentle art of persuasion that redirects others behavior with words and generates voluntary compliance.

Victim-Assistance Online

Victim-Assistance Online Resources seeks to provide victim-assistance organizations, service providers and professionals in related fields with an on-line central directory of information and education resources related to their fields.

Virginia Institute for Justice Information Systems (VIJIS)

VIJIS was created to support crime analytic information technology needs of the law enforcement agencies throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia and on a national level.

Western Illinois University, Department of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration

This site contains information on undergraduate and graduate programs, faculty, and law enforcement career opportunities.

 

 

 

 

Employment

 

 

CopCareer.com

Created by law enforcement professionals, this site offers information on careers in local, state, and federal law enforcement; job postings; and a bibliography of test preparation resources.

Lawenforcementjob.com

This site offers employment information on over 4,000 municipal police, state police and patrol, sheriff, federal, international, corrections, university and college departments.

Police Jobs

This site features job announcements from law enforcement agencies across the country.

 

 

 

 

Federal Property and Equipment

 

 

California Counter drug Procurement Program

Counter drug Management Information System (CMIS)

This site from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Law Enforcement Support Office contains information on how law enforcement agencies can participate in the DoD excess property distribution program.

Defense Automation Resources Management Program (DARMP)

This website provides access to a complete listing of excess U.S. Department of Defense information technology equipment.

Defense Logistics Agency – Law Enforcement Program

This website contains information on how state and local law enforcement agencies can purchase equipment suitable for counter drug activities through the Federal government.

Defense Logistics Support Command – Operational Rations

This site contains information on operational rations that can be purchased by the federal law enforcement community and by state and local law enforcement agencies engaged in counter narcotics.

Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS)

DRMS disposes of excess property received from the military services. Property is first offered for reutilization within the Department of Defense (DoD), transfer to other federal agencies, or donation to state and local governments and other qualified organizations.

Federal Supply Service

The Federal Supply Service provides support in supply and procurement, fleet management, excess property disposal, and travel and transportation services.

U.S. Marshals National Sellers List

This site is a list of contract service providers and federal agencies who have been authorized to sell forfeited property for the U.S. Marshals Service on a recurring basis.

 

 

 

 

Identity Theft

 

 

Consumer Credit & Privacy

Fact sheets for consumers on identity theft, privacy rights, and credit bureaus created by Public Interest Research Groups.

Federal Trade Commission – Identity Theft

This U.S. government web site offers an online form for reporting identity theft, publications, case descriptions, and summaries of applicable Federal and State laws.

Identity Theft Resources from the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

Fact sheets and descriptions of identity theft cases.

 

 

 

International

 

 

Argentina Federal Police

International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL)

INTERPOL is an international organization that coordinates police international cooperation.

Israel Police

The official page of the Israel Police.

National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS)

Through Interpol, Europol, and the Crime/Drug Liaison Officer network, NCIS provides a one-stop shop service for United Kingdom law enforcement pursuing international inquiries. This site contains NCIS publications and information on organized crime.

Police Scientific Development Branch (United Kingdom)

Police Services of the United Kingdom

Singapore Police Force

Taipei Municipal Police Department, Taiwan

United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network (UNCJIN)

The UNCJIN is the electronic clearinghouse for the United Nations Centre for International Crime Prevention.

 

 

 

 

Investigation

 

 

Automobile Accident Investigation Assistance

This page gives access to online automobile accident calculations including vehicle velocity in feet per second, speed determined by skid distance and surface friction, and speed determined by crush damage.

Crime and Clues

This site contains articles and links to information on crime scene investigation, physical evidence, testimonial evidence, behavioral evidence, and death investigation.

Crime Scene Investigation

Crime scene investigation information from the University of California Police Department at Riverside.

Criminal Investigation Online

This site contains research articles on criminal investigation and information about a survey being conducted on the criminal investigation process.

Criminal Justice Experts Available for Consultation

Links to expert witness and consultation pages.

Discreet Research, Inc.

Discreet Research is a public records information service. Information reports come from many electronic public record databases, public record vendors, court records, etc.

Driving History Search

Determine the driving history for your subject, applicant or employee.

E-Merges.com

Registered voter lists from towns and counties across the United States.

Edmund’s

A useful site for automobile research and photographs.

Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC)

EPIC’s primary purpose is the advancement of forensic photography/videography in civil evidence and law enforcement. This web site contains information on membership, certification, and standards for evidence photography.

FBI Laboratory – Explosives Unit

This site contains bombing statistics, a bomb threat questionnaire, and information on letter and package bombs.

Federal Firearms License (FFL) eZ Check

The purpose of this program is to allow users to verify that a Federal Firearms License (FFL) is valid.

Fraud and Scam Investigation Help

A listing of sites dealing with frauds and scams.

Fraud Detectives

The Fraud Detectives site contains a database of fraud consultants, a library of information about financial fraud, and links to many other online resources.

GovernmentRecords.Com

Government Records consists of registered voter file information as provided by local and state boards of elections. The total number of registered voter records on file is approximately 130 million.

InfoSpace

This site allows you to search for residential addresses and phone numbers. It also allows reverse phone number searching.

Internet Directory of Expert Witnesses

An indexed directory of expert witnesses in a variety of subjects.

Internet Lost and Found

This site contains searchable listings of lost and found items from around the world.

Investigative Resources International

Searchable databases and links for investigative professionals.

MapBlast!

Given a U.S. address, this site will generate a map of the area.

Marriage Inquiry System (Clark County, Nevada)

Marriages are indexed on-line from 1984 through the present. Marriages are recorded daily and the names are indexed (updated) by midnight.

Microsoft CarPoint

A useful site for car photographs and information.

National Bike Registry (NBR)

The NBR is a bicycle registration service that operates a nationwide computer database dedicated exclusively to the identification and return of stolen bikes.

National Center for Forensic Science (NCFS)

The NCFS is a joint project of the University of Central Florida and the National Institute of Justice. The goal of NCFS is to create a unique laboratory facility staffed and equipped to service the forensic and law enforcement communities in the areas of fire and explosion debris. This website contains NCFS news and information.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC)

The NCMEC works to locate and recover missing children and raises public awareness about ways to prevent child abduction, molestation, and sexual exploitation. This site contains a database of missing children and many NCMEC publications.

National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC)

NFSTC is an independent, nonprofit organization that provides systems support and continuing education to crime laboratories and laboratory staff. This website contains information about NFSTC services and an online newsletter.

Regional Organized Crime Information Center (ROCIC)

ROCIC is one of six Regional Information Sharing System (RISS) centers and includes West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Florida, and Puerto Rico. ROCIC serves as a vehicle for the collection, evaluation, analysis, dissemination, and storage of information regarding the multi-jurisdictional activities of the wide spectrum of organized crime.

Stolen Computers Registry

When a computer is stolen, the make, model and serial number of the computer is entered into the Registry’s relational database linked to information on the rightful owner and reporting agency. Buyers, resellers, insurers, law enforcement, and security professionals check suspicious computers against this list.

The Seeker – Finding Missing People

This site is an online resource for finding missing people.

Traffic Accident Reconstruction Origin (TARO)

TARO is an online, technical journal that reports on the evolving state of traffic accident reconstruction.

Unsolved Crime Investigation Sites

A list of sites featuring unsolved crimes.

USPS Zip Code Lookup and Address Information

This site from the United States Postal Service contains databases of zip code information and official abbreviations for address components.

Webgator – Investigative Resources

Investigative resources on the web including links to associations, companies, cults, gang directories, databases, military and federal government information, motor vehicle records, resources for adoptees, parole boards, telephone directories, unclaimed property, attorneys, and private investigators.

WhoWhere? People Finder

This site features online national yellow and white pages for the United States and links to international phone directories.

World’s Most Wanted

Links to lists of fugitives and unsolved crimes from law enforcement agencies in the United States, Canada, and other countries.

 

 

 

 

Law

 

 

All Law

All Law is a directory of links to legal and law-related sites.

FedLaw

FedLaw was developed by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) and is designed to aid Federal lawyers and other Federal employees doing legal or regulatory research.

FindLaw

FindLaw is a search engine that concentrates on law and related aspects on the Internet.

Lawguru.com

This site gives access to over 400 legal research databases and search tools. It also contains many frequently asked questions and answers on legal issues.

State Firearm Law Summaries

Compiled by the National Rifle Association, this site offers summaries of key provision governing the ownership and use of firearms in each State.

THOMAS – U.S. Congress on the Internet

THOMAS makes Federal legislative information freely available to the Internet public. Users may search databases of Federal legislation, the Congressional Record, and Congressional Committee reports.

Virtual Law Library

The Virtual Law Library contains legal information arranged by organization type or by topic, links to other websites, and a powerful search engine.

 

 

 

 

News and Information

 

 

Cecil Greek’s Criminal Justice Page

Maintained by Cecil Greek, an associate professor of criminology at FSU, this site contains a large collection of links to criminal justice information.

CopLink

CopLink is an online resource for the law enforcement community. This site has members only areas with chat rooms and instant messaging, a links database, news and entertainment, and product and vendor information.

CopNet – International Law Enforcement

This website is a service for the international law enforcement community and contains a large collection of links to criminal justice resources, audio files from the Police Radio Network, and a restricted access discussion area for law enforcement officers.

COPScgi.com

A searchable directory of police related sites and online tools.

CopsCops

A directory of law enforcement links.

Crime Spider

A directory of crime and law enforcement sites.

Criminal Justice Links (Dr. Roy Walker)

A collection of links compiled by Dr. Roy Walker of the Police Training Institute (PTI), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Criminal Justice MegaLinks

This site is an extensive, annotated directory of criminal justice resources on the Internet compiled by Dr. Tom O’Connor, Assistant Professor of Justice Studies at North Carolina Wesleyan College.

IACP Net–The Law Enforcement and Police Network and Information Exchange

This site contains databases, electronic bulletin boards, current news, and information on grants and funding. IACP Net is the officially sanctioned resource of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority

This site contains publications, grant information, criminal justice statistics, and information on public safety communications systems in Illinois.

Jane’s Police Homepage

This site from Jane’s Information Group Ltd. offers abstracts of articles from Police Review, International Police Review, and Policing Today; upcoming conferences; and a catalog of Jane’s police-related publications.

Just4Cops

Just4Cops is maintained by the law office of Cihigoyenetche, Grossberg, & Clouse and contains a variety of links of interest to law enforcement.

Law Enforcement Guide (About.Com)

The About.Com Guide to Law Enforcement offers a large collection of online resources reviewed and compiled by Cliff Brinson, Chief of Police for the Laverne Police Department, Oklahoma.

Law Enforcement Links Directory

This site is a directory and search engine for law enforcement and related web sites.

Law Enforcement Sites on the Web from Ira Wilsker

A large collection of law enforcement links including local, State, Federal, and international agencies; traffic, highway, and speeding issues; law enforcement e-mail lists; patches and badges; unsolved crimes; and much more.

Law Enforcement Technology Magazine

This site contains information on subscribing to “Law Enforcement Technology” and some archived stories.

Mark’s Parole and Crime

A collection of links compiled by Mark Salsberry, an Illinois State Parole Agent. This site includes information on gangs, equipment suppliers, parole, corrections, and more.

Massachusetts Law Enforcement Network

An online resource of law enforcement related information, training, ideas, contacts and current events pertinent to law enforcement in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Police – The Law Enforcement Magazine

Police is a monthly publication for law enforcement professionals. Police examines trends, experiences, issues and equipment which affect law enforcement from the perspective of this individuals with arrest authority.

Police Marksman Magazine

The Police Marksman Magazine serves the law enforcement community with stories and reports on new equipment, updates on legal issues, and articles about the latest trends in firearms training. This website contains sample articles and subscription information.

PoliceOne.Com

PoliceOne.com is dedicated to serving the professional and personal needs of law enforcement officers. It offers a variety of valuable Web-based content and services in a secure environment, including: daily law enforcement news, free e-mail, chat and message boards, investigative tools, online training, job and product listings, counseling and support resources, and information dedicated to special areas within law enforcement.

The Police Officer’s Internet Directory

The Police Officer’s Internet Directory is the creation of James Meredith, an active, full time police officer who lives and works in Boston, Massachusetts and aims to be the most comprehensive and user friendly law enforcement website.

Virtual World of Intelligence: Law Enforcement

A directory of sites on law enforcement, intelligence agencies, internet crime, terrorist activities, and more.

 

 

 

 

Police Life

 

 

Code3′s Webring

This page is the starting point for a webring for law enforcement officers who have a personal webpage.

Corrections and Law Enforcement Family Support (CLEFS) Program

The CLEFS Program is discovering innovative ways to prevent and treat the negative effects of stress experienced by law enforcement and correctional officers and their families.

Law Enforcement Careers

This site contains information on Federal and State law enforcement careers.

Life on the Beat

This site is authored and maintained by a police officer.

Military Police Homepage

This website from the Military Police Online Association contains a locator database searchable by name and unit, a chat room, and links to MP unit WebPages.

National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, Inc. (NLEOMF)

This site contains information on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and law enforcement history.

Police World.Net

Police World.Net is a free law enforcement community on the web offering chat rooms and free web space.

POLICE-L: The Police Discussion List

POLICE-L is a restricted discussion list, open only to sworn law enforcement officers (LEOs), including retired, reserve, and auxiliary officers.

The Heavy Badge

This site explores the effects of stress on law enforcement personnel.

 

 

 

 

Professional Associations

 

 

American Society of Criminology (ASC)

The American Society of Criminology is a multidisciplinary society persons actively engaged in research, teaching, and/or practice in the field of criminology. This website contains information on membership, publications, meetings, and announcements from the Society.

Association for Crime Scene Reconstruction (ACSR)

ACSR is an organization dedicated to understanding of the whole crime scene and the necessity of reconstructing that scene in order to better understand the elements of the crime and to recognize and preserve evidence.

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is an international, 25,000-member professional organization dedicated to fighting fraud and white-collar crime.

Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO)

APCO is the nation’s oldest and largest public safety communications organization, with 13,000 members. The website includes information on conferences, publications, training courses, legislation, and more.

California Narcotics Officers Association

A California based organization composed of local, state, and national peace officers dedicated to combating drugs.

California Police Chiefs Association

An organization that represents municipal law enforcement agencies in California.

Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA)

This site contains instructions on becoming an accredited law enforcement agency, employment announcements, discussion groups, and a calendar of CALEA meetings and workshops.

Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC)

EPIC’s primary purpose is the advancement of forensic photography/videography in civil evidence and law enforcement. This web site contains information on membership, certification, and standards for evidence photography.

Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)

The world’s largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers. This site contains information on joining FOP, FOP services and programs, and links to State lodges.

Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police is the professional organization of Chiefs of Police and other leaders of Police and Public Safety Organizations in the State of Illinois. This website contains a calendar of events, a buyer’s guide, legislative information, and alert newsletters.

International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI)

IAATI is dedicated to developing and encouraging the highest professional standards of conduct among auto theft investigators and strives to eliminate all factors interfering with the administration of the auto theft suppression effort. This site contains information on membership, annual seminars, IAATI’s newsletter, and auto theft-related links and statistics.

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

The world’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization of police executives. This site contains information on membership, conferences, publications, management assistance, and award programs.

International Association of Crime Analysts (IACA)

The IACA is dedicated to the promotion of professional standards in crime analysis, to providing practical educational opportunities, and to the creation of an international network for the standardization of analysis techniques. This site contains information on membership and conferences, job listings, and an archive of IACA newsletters.

International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)

The purpose of IALEIA is to advance high standards of professionalism in law enforcement intelligence analysis at the local, state/provincial, national and international levels.

International Association of Law Enforcement Planners

IALEP is a networking tool available to law enforcement planners.

International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA)

IPMBA was formed in 1992 as a resource for departments to share ideas, training tips, patrol tactics, information about uniforms, and safety concerns regarding bicycle patrols. This site contains information on conferences, the IPMBA newsletter , membership benefits, contact information for IPMBA police cyclist instructors, and a Police on Bikes fact sheet.

Law Enforcement Thermographers’ Association (LETA)

LETA is a professional, non-profit, international law enforcement organization dedicated to promoting the legal and ethical use of thermal imaging in support of law enforcement operations. This site contains information on membership, training, certification, and grants as well as a collection of thermal images.

Law Enforcement/Emergency Services Video Association (LEVA)

A nonprofit organization serving videographers and audio/visual specialists from local, State, and Federal law enforcement, fire, emergency medical, rescue, and other related public safety agencies. This site contains membership information, discussion boards, classes, and conference information.

MADD – Mothers Against Drunk Driving

The mission of Mothers Against Drunk Driving is to stop drunk driving and to support the victims of drunk driving.

National Alliance of Gang Investigators Association (NAGIA)

NAGIA is a coalition of criminal justice professionals dedicated to the promotion of a comprehensive and fully coordinated anti-gang strategy.

National Association of Fleet Administrators, Inc. (NAFA)

A nonprofit, professional society serving the needs of members who manage fleets of automobiles, light-duty trucks and/or vans for organizations in the United States and Canada. This site contains instructions on joining NAFA and members-only sections with conference information, NAFA educational programs, publications, and position announcements.

National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO)

NAPO is a coalition of police unions and associations from across the United States that serves to advance the interests of America’s law enforcement officers through legislative and legal advocacy, political action and education.

National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

The mission of the National Center for Rural Law Enforcement (NCRLE) is to strengthen the law enforcement profession in the small cities and rural areas of America through research, education, information and technical assistance.

National Center for Women & Policing

A nationwide resource for women in policing, law enforcement agencies, community leaders and public officials seeking to increase the numbers of women police in their communities and improve police response to family violence. The Center provides training, research, educational and action programs.

National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA)

The National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA) is a Washington, D.C.-based special interest group that represents States on crime control and public safety matters. This website contains information on NCJA membership, policies, publications, internships, and news releases.

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)

The mission of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), is to utilize the expertise of its members to foster diversity at all levels of law enforcement; to impact policies and procedures that would ensure equity in the delivery of law enforcement services; to develop community partnerships to reduce violence, delinquency, crime and racism; and to address professional misconduct within the law enforcement community.

National Sheriffs’ Association

A nonprofit organization dedicated to raising the level of professionalism among those in the criminal justice field. This site contains conference information, a membership application, crime prevention programs, publications, research and development, and jail operations training programs.

National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA)

The National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising the level of professionalism among those in the criminal justice field. This website contains information on NSA conferences, membership, jail operations projects, publications, and crime prevention programs.

National Tactical Officers Association

The only national, nonprofit organization established by and for SWAT officers to advance the special weapons and tactics profession. This site contains information on membership, a calendar training and seminars, an index of articles, and links to suppliers of tactical equipment.

Police Executive Research Forum (PERF)

A national membership organization of progressive police executives from the largest city, county, and State law enforcement agencies. This site contains information on membership, publications, projects, legislative issues, and employment listings.

Western States Auto Theft Investigators Association (WSATI)

WSATI is comprised of professionals representing law enforcement, rental car and insurance companies, and other individuals whose goal is to reduce vehicle theft. This site contains contact information for board members and directors, information on training seminars and conferences, and more.

 

 

 

 

School Safety

 

 

Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools

Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools offers research-based practices designed to assist school communities identify early indicators of troubling and potentially dangerous student behavior and develop prevention, intervention and crisis response plans.

Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)

The ERIC database features more than 1 million citations, which include school security, school safety, school violence, legal issues, and the use of technology in these areas.

International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA)

The IACLEA website offers information on membership, publications, conferences, awards, scholarships, and more.

Keep Schools Safe

Created by the National Association of Attorneys General and the National School Boards Association, this site offers numerous resources for parents, teachers, students, and law enforcement.

National Alliance for Safe Schools (NASS)

NASS offers a variety of services that include training, school security assessments, and technical assistance. This site contains information on ordering publications and participating in workshops.

National School Safety and Security Services

National School Safety and Security Services is a Cleveland (Ohio)-based, national consulting firm specializing in school security and crisis preparedness training, security assessments, and related safety consulting for K-12 schools, law enforcement, and other youth safety providers.

National School Safety Center (NSSC)

NSSC is a resource for school safety information, training and violence prevention. This site contains information on publications, videos, CD-ROMs, and training schedules.

Safe and Drug Free Schools Program

The Safe and Drug-Free Schools Program is the Federal government’s primary vehicle for reducing drug, alcohol and tobacco use, and violence, through education and prevention activities in our nation’s schools. This site includes publications and information on grants.

School Violence Resources

School violence resources collected by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.

The Appropriate and Effective Use of Security Technologies in U.S. Schools

The Appropriate and Effective Use of Security Technologies in U.S. Schools is a guide to help school administrators and their colleagues in law enforcement analyze a school’s vulnerability to violence, theft, and vandalism, and research possible technologies to effectively address these problems.

 

 

 

 

Technology Resources

 

 

Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO)

APCO is the nation’s oldest and largest public safety communications organization, with 13,000 members. The website includes information on conferences, publications, training courses, legislation, and more.

Automated Index of Criminal Justice Information Systems

Information about criminal justice software and access to agencies with practical automated system experience provided by SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics.

Biometrics Catalog

The Biometrics Catalog was developed as a service to the biometrics community and potential users of biometric technology. Users may search for commercially available products and university and government research projects.

Border Research and Technology Center (BRTC)

Cop Auction

An online auction site for law enforcement and corrections equipment.

Counter drug Technology Assessment Center (CTAC)

CTAC is the central counter-drug enforcement research and development organization of the U.S. Government.

Counter drug Technology Information Network (CTIN)

A free information resource to help law enforcement personnel and others in the counter drug community stay abreast of the latest technologies available to help counter the illegal narcotics threat.

Crime Mapping Research Center (CMRC)

A center established by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) to advance applied and basic research involving the analytical mapping of crime. This site includes information on grants, CMRC projects, conferences, books, and journal articles.

Decatur Electronics, Inc.

Speed measurement radar products, radar/message trailers, and in-car video for a wide range of applications including use by law enforcement, sports entities, and industrial applications.

DoD Counter drug Technology Development Program

The Counter drug Technology Development Program’s goal is to develop technology and prototype systems to enhance the counter drug capability of the U.S. Department of Defense and, as appropriate, civilian law enforcement agencies. This website contains descriptions of their technology projects.

Electronic Mugshots

This site includes standards and best practices for electronic mugshot capture from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Electronic Proving Ground Counter drug Office Technology Transfer Program

The EPG Counter drug Office serves as the Technical Agent for the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Counter drug Technology Assessment Center (CTAC) Technology Transfer Program. This site contains information on technologies available through the technology transfer program.

Firearms Tactical Institute

This site contains information on subscribing to FirearmsTactical, an online magazine on the tactical use of firearms, and articles on wound ballistics and other topics.

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

This site contains information on GTRI’s areas of research, including law enforcement technology.

Government Technology

This website is the online version of Government Technology magazine.

How Exoskeletons Will Work

An article discussing wearable robotic systems being developed by the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

IACP Technology Clearinghouse

Sponsored by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, this site features descriptions of law enforcement technology programs, information management resources, funding opportunities, and more.

International Computer Security Association (ICSA)

ICSA is a leading membership organization for information security, including infowar, firewalls, reliability, ethics, and privacy issues, plus defenses against viruses, Trojan horses, and other malicious code attacks. This site includes lists of ICSA certified products, articles from Information Security, and the ICSA professional resource library.

Joint Non-lethal Weapons Program

The U.S. Department of Defense Joint Non-lethal Weapons Program provides the Joint Chiefs of Staff and other agencies with recommendations regarding the application of non-lethal technologies on a global basis through a life-cycle perspective; including research, development, production, and deployment of those technologies.

JUSTNET – National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center

Law Enforcement Product News

Law Enforcement Product News published by General Communications, Inc. features information on law enforcement products and services supplied by the manufacturers and service providers.

Mitretek Center for Criminal Justice Technology

The Center for Criminal Justice Technology’s primary mission is to provide technical support to State and local agencies and organizations for the acquisition of modern criminal justice information systems.

National Incident-Based Reporting System Project Site (SEARCH)

In-depth profile and updates on this national project to expand the use of law enforcement incident-based crime reporting. Directed by SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics.

National Public Safety Telecommunications Council (NPSTC)

NPSTC is a federation of associations representing public safety telecommunications. This site contains press releases, reports, and legislative and regulatory information.

National Technology Transfer Center (NTTC)

NTTC was established in 1989 by Congress to provide American companies and individuals with access to Federal R&D to better enable them to compete in the international marketplace.

NLECTC Northeast

NLECTC Rocky Mountain

NLECTC Southeast

NLECTC West

North Carolina Criminal Justice Information Network

The North Carolina Criminal Justice Information Network (NC-CJIN) is a project that allows the sharing of information between State and local criminal justice agencies in North Carolina. This website contains information on projects involving data sharing standards, mobile data terminals, automated courts, and automated magistrate systems.

Office of Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization (OLETC)

Preparing Law Enforcement for Y2K (IACP)

The purpose of this report is to provide law enforcement executives with an objective orientation to the Y2K issue. This non-technical primer will provide police chiefs with the following: an orientation to the Y2K problem; a global status report on critical systems; an assessment of risks, including checklists; contingency planning guidelines, including checklists; a resource directory; and a layman’s Y2K glossary.

Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) Program

The Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) Program is composed of six regional centers that share intelligence and coordinate efforts against criminal networks that operate in many locations across jurisdictional lines. This website contains information on the RISS Program and points of contact for the six regional centers.

Southern Technology Applications Center (STAC)

STAC is one of six Regional Technology Transfer Centers (RTTCs) that can help your organization locate and access technologies, expertise and capabilities within the Federal Laboratory system and the region’s universities to solve technology-related problems and create commercial opportunities.

Southern Technology Council

STC’s mission is to strengthen the Southern economy through technology, and the Council concern’s itself with technology creation, transfer, and application in the region.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manufacturers and Products

 

 

 

Architecture, Engineering, & Design

 

 

DLR Group

Specializes in the delivery of quality, responsive planning and design services.

Durrant Justice

Provides facility planning to a wide range of design considerations and client constituencies, from inmates and operating staff to elected officials.

Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern, Inc.

Provides architectural, engineering, and planning services for correctional needs.

HDR Architecture, Inc.

Provides architecture and engineering consulting.

Hellmuth, Obata and Kassabaum, Inc.

Provide architectural consultation and services.

HKS, Inc.

Develops and supports the ABAQUS suite of general-purpose, nonlinear finite element analysis (FEA) programs.

Jacobs Facilities, Inc.

Provides support to industrial, commercial, and government clients across multiple markets. Services include scientific and specialty consulting as well as all aspects of engineering and construction, and operations & maintenance.

KZF Designs

Provides design, client service, and project management in the planning and design of projects throughout the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana region as well as across the eastern half of the United States.

LDA – L.D. Astorino Companies

Provides site and facility development and improvement, from planning and strategy, to design and implementation, to operations and management.

Phillips Swager Associates

Provide architectural, engineering, and planning for feasibility studies to construction administration.

RNL Design

Provides architectural and interior design, engineering systems design, master planning and urban design, facility analysis, total design-build/turnkey services, landscape design and civil engineering.

Rosser International, Inc.

Engineering and planning firm.

SMRT Architecture

Provides extensive knowledge and experience in programming, designing and building prisons, pre-release centers and law enforcement centers.

STV Architects, Inc./Silver & Ziskind

Engineers, Architects, Planners, and Construction Managers.

The Facility Group

Provides professional program management, engineering, architecture and construction management services.

The Haskell Company

Provides complete architectural, engineering, construction for institutional facilities.

The Louis Berger Group, Inc.

Provides services in the areas of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and environmental engineering; program management; planning; environmental sciences; and construction management and support.

Turner Associates, Architects & Planners, Inc.

Provides comprehensive architectural, planning and consensus-building services, construction documents and construction administration.

 

 

 

Biometrics

 

 

AcSys Biometrics

Access control biometrics.

Biometric Domain

Site provides on information on various biometric recognition systems.

Biometrics Today Technology

Site provide biometric information on cross references to previous coverage of companies, technologies, applications and other news stories that will enable you to source further information on a particular news story, product, supplier or application. Tables of relevant information, for easy access and understanding, that you can copy and circulate to colleagues. Full contact data so that whether you want further information on a particular application, technology or want to book places at an industry event, you can quickly and easily contact key personnel.

BioNetrix Systems Corporation

Site provides information on personal authentication technologies, including biometrics (fingerprint, face, iris, voice and signature recognition), smart cards and tokens.

Facial-Scan.com

Site provides information on new product, project, and vendor information relative to facial scan biometric technology.

Iridian Technologies

Site provides information on research, development and marketing of authentication technologies based on iris recognition, the most accurate biometric identifier.

Precise Biometrics

Site provides information on fingerprint recognition which creates high-level security solutions for organizations, authorities and private individuals that replace PIN codes, passwords and keys.

VeriVoice, Inc.

Site provides information on technology which specializes in developing voice biometric security solutions.

Voice Security Systems

Site contains information on research and development of voice verification technology.

 

 

 

 

Communications

 

 

Advanced Digital Systems

Two-way radios and accessories and radio receivers and scanners.

Alertcast Emergency Service

Alertcast is a subscription based service for automated emergency notification via telephone or pagers. It is useful for response team callouts, search and rescue, area resident notification and similar situations where rapid notification of people is necessary.

Allen Telecom Group

Wireless communications for cellular, paging, and land-mobile systems.

Avtec Inc.

Communications console systems that carry voice over telephone and radio networks.

BEI Communications Inc.

Fiber-optic perimeter security systems and videoconferencing and audio conferencing products, including telemedical systems, video visitation systems, and distance education systems.

Cadex Electronics Inc.

Battery analyzers, chargers, and adapters.

Cerulean Technology, Inc.

Client/server software applications for public and private wireless networks.

Con-Space Communications

Communications equipment for first responders, rescuers and investigators of domestic preparedness incidents.

Cycomm Corporation

Ruggedized computers and peripherals, secure TEMPEST laptops, cellular security products, and secure communications solutions that meet U.S. government requirements.

Dialogic Communications Corporation (DCC)

Automated emergency notification systems.

Dictaphone

Digital communications recording and management systems for public safety agencies.

Ericsson Inc.

Private radio communications systems, portable and mobile radios, base stations, and dispatch consoles.

Federal Wireless Telecommunications Services (FWTS)

Wireless services and equipment for Federal, State, tribal, and local governments, agency-sponsored universities and laboratories, and authorized government contractors.

First Virtual Corporation

Hardware and software for real-time video conferencing networks.

Icom America, Inc.

Radio equipment.

Intercept Investigations & Spy Technologies

Video cameras, telephone transmitters, two-way and scanner radios, and night vision equipment.

Kenwood Communications Corporation

Complete line of conventional and trunked mobile and portable two-way radios.

Language Line Services

Over-the-phone foreign language translation for law enforcement and corrections agencies.

Midport Electronics, Inc.

Two-way radios, radio batteries, network cards, automatic vehicle location hardware and software, and satellite communication services.

MobyTEL®

Wireless mobile communications solutions including automatic vehicle location, alphanumeric text messaging, remote control line manipulation, automatic event notification, and computer-aided dispatch. Computer technology for automatic vehicle tracking, alphanumeric text messaging, automatic event notification, and computer-aided dispatch.

Motient Mobile Internet

Mobile messaging services, satellite communications services, and two-way data communications hardware and software.

Motorola

Mobile and portable, digital and analog, two-way radios.

Padcom, Inc.

Mobile data networking solutions for many industries and law enforcement agencies.

Rath Microtech

Commercial grade ADA elevator telephones, security telephones, and courtesy telephones.

Reverse 911®

Community policing system to notify citizens during emergencies.

Skaggs Telecommunications Service

Surveillance vans, communications consoles, in-car video systems, and other law enforcement equipment.

Sonic Communications

Lightweight headsets with single ear and noise canceling microphones, high noise headsets, covert surveillance accessories, and helmet accessories for two-way radios.

STI-CO Industries, Inc.

Disguised antenna systems.

SWS Security

Electronic surveillance, intelligence gathering, and radio communications systems.

Telex

Two-way communication products, including ear mikes and headsets, and portable monitoring systems.

Uniden Products

Portable and mobile two-way radios, bearcat scanners, cellular telephones, cordless telephones, and radar detectors.

VUGate

Inmate video visitation systems, telemedical systems, video arraignment systems, and distance education systems.

 

 

 

 

Computers and Software

 

 

Access Justice

A web-based XML solution by which data systems can be integrated with little planning, using existing systems.

Allstar Knowledge Engineering

Software applications for law enforcement agencies including computer assisted narcotics enforcement, gang suppression, major crime lead tracking, and repeat offender history.

ALTA Analytics

Software for translating and transforming data through the use of visual analysis.

American Heuristics Corporation

The Profiler© pre-employment screening system.

ANADAC, Inc.

Information systems design and implementation, systems integration, and imaging systems.

ARMS Software

Guns, point-of-sale, and ballistics software.

Asgard Systems, Inc.

Employee scheduling software.

ASR Data Acquisition & Analysis, LLC

Expert Witness, a non-invasive, fully integrated, forensic investigation software tool.

Aware, Inc.

Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology, chipsets, modules and development systems, including hardware and software interfaces, and ultra high-speed modems. Systems to format digital fingerprint images and associated biographic information into the standard required by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Aware, Inc. — Electronic Fingerprint Transaction Software

Internet software for the viewing, management, and storage of FBI compliant wavelet-packet scalar quantization (WSQ) images and electronic fingerprint transaction specification (EFTS) files.

Berryhill Computer Forensics

Computer forensics services for law enforcement agencies, attorneys, private investigators, and businesses.

Cadex Electronics Inc.

Battery analyzers, chargers, and adapters.

Caliper Corporation

Technical services and software products in the areas of geographic information systems, transportation planning and logistics, and quantitative management consulting.

Cleaford Services Ltd.

Database software for law enforcement agencies.

ClientSoft

Provider of middleware links for wireless communications systems.

Computer Cop

Coplan & Company

System integration as well as planning, analysis, design, procurement/development, negotiation, re-engineering, failure recovery, and implementation services.

Corona Solutions

Workforce management software for law enforcement agencies.

Correctional Computers of Wisconsin

Offender fee systems, work release, tracking/billing, inmate accounting, commissary control, and offender debt tracking.

Corrections Software (CSC)

Computer services for community supervision (adult probation) departments.

CrimeStar®

Law enforcement investigation and records management software.

Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) Specialist

Consultant providing assistance with examining and solving CJIS problems.

CSI Law Enforcement, Inc.

Hardware and software solutions for law enforcement and public safety including electronic mapping, computer mug shot systems, barcode tracking for evidence and inmates, and fingerprint readers.

Cycomm Corporation

Ruggedized computers and peripherals, secure TEMPEST laptops, cellular security products, and secure communications solutions that meet U.S. government requirements.

Data Agents, Inc.

Mobile computing solutions for public safety, including voice recognition software.

DBA Systems

Fingerprint scanners.

Digital Intelligence, Inc.

FRED – Forensic Recovery of Evidence Device

Digital Standard, Inc.

Web based criminal information management systems for law enforcement and criminal justice agencies.

Dolch Computer Systems, Inc.

Rugged multi-slot portable computers and industrial flat-panel monitors.

Eagle Systems Technology, Inc.

Computer systems integration services.

Eastman Kodak

Law enforcement and public safety digital imaging technology.

Eclipse Systems

Consulting, project management, and technical services for law enforcement and public safety agencies.

Eloquent Technology, Inc.

Text-to-speech software.

Emergent Information Technologies

System analysis and development; software products; and technical support for law enforcement.

Engineering Dynamics Corporation

Crash reconstruction and simulation software for motor vehicle safety researchers.

EnterWorks

Web-enabled data integration software.

Environmental Criminology Research, Inc. (ECRI)

Geographic profiling software for serial criminal investigations.

Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. (ESRI)

Software for managing and analyzing geographic information through geographic information systems (GIS) technology.

EPIC Solutions, Inc.

Digital image-based information management software for criminal justice, public safety, and social service agencies.

Exegetics, Inc.

Document imaging software.

Firearms Training Systems, Inc. (FATS)

Interactive simulation systems designed to provide training in the handling and use of small and supporting arms.

Geac Public Safety

Computer-aided dispatch (CAD), records management, investigations, personnel scheduling and training, and inmate management software systems.

GEOSPAN Corporation

Visual geographic information databases that integrate streets and addresses with videos of the streets, real estate, and surrounding infrastructure.

GRC International, Inc.

Information management systems.

Guidance Software, Inc.

EnCase – Fully integrated forensic application for Win 95/98 and NT.

HTE, Inc.

Law enforcement software for incident reporting, wireless communications, and investigation histories.

I/O Software, Inc.

Biometric, token, and smart card driven software.

i2 Inc.

Information management and analysis software.

Ideal Electronic Security Company — Correction Management System 2000

Computer-based security and information management solutions that combine access control, video identification badging, biometric identification, image storage and retrieval, and database management.

Image-Pro

Image analysis and image data collection software.

ImageWare Software, Inc.

Software for creating composites of suspects, searching digital databases to identify suspects, editing and enhancing images, and creating and retrieving booking records.

Imagis Cascade

Software products for law enforcement and corrections agencies seeking to automate their security, identification, and administrative functions.

Intelligence Technologies International, Ltd.

Law enforcement management software including subject and case tracking, incident recording, telephone record analysis, gang and crime family trees, vehicle tracking, subpoenas tracking, and more.

Interactive Tactical Group

Tactical VR – an immersive virtual reality “floor plan” of any facility.

Justice Consolidated Office Network (JCON)

JCON is a powerful new answer to DOJ’s office automation and communications needs. JCON provides an easy, one-stop shopping source for all information technology requirements.

Justice Data Systems of America, Inc.

Automated staff scheduling systems for correctional facilities.

Keypoint

Criminal case management software for Microsoft Windows.

Lernout & Hauspie

Speech recognition products for police and private security reporting.

Limbic Systems, Inc.

Measurement of Internal Consistencies Software (MICS), a 3-D visualization tool for viewing a 2-D digitally scanned or photographed image.

Magnasync Corporation

Voice recording software and management systems for law enforcement and corrections agencies.

MapInfo Corporation

Digital mapping software.

MapScenes

Accident and crime reconstruction software and hardware.

MEGG Associates, Inc.

Client/server information management software for law enforcement agencies.

Memex, Inc.

Criminal intelligence software.

Mitretek Systems

Consulting services for law enforcement agencies on automation and emerging technologies.

MobyTEL®

Wireless mobile communications solutions including automatic vehicle location, alphanumeric text messaging, remote control line manipulation, automatic event notification, and computer-aided dispatch. Computer technology for automatic vehicle tracking, alphanumeric text messaging, automatic event notification, and computer-aided dispatch.

Monitoring Automation Systems (MAS)

Hardware and software components for security monitoring systems.

Morse Watchman, Inc.

Computerized security management systems.

Mushroom Software

Software for law enforcement, including Shoe wear Linking and Identification Program (S.L.I.P.); Field Training Officer Reporting Observation and Grading System (F.R.O.G.S.); and Court Order Writing System (C.O.W.S.).

National Data Services

Community policing, crime reporting, and data entry outsourcing solutions for law enforcement agencies.

NeoWorx, Inc.

NeoTrace – High-speed graphical trace route with integrated whois and ping.

New Technologies, Inc. (NTI)

Computer forensic and security software available free of charge for law enforcement computer specialists.

New World Systems

Develops integrated public safety, public administration, and judicial management software.

Ontrack Data International, Inc.

Data recovery and computer data evidence software and services.

Orion Scientific Systems

Law enforcement intelligence analysis systems for the Internet, Microsoft Windows, and Unix.

Pamet Systems, Inc.

Computer-aided dispatch and records management software for public safety agencies.

Phoenix Group Inc.

Rugged miniature personal computers and accessories.

PhotoTelesis

Tactical image transmission and databases for law enforcement agencies.

Pictuality

Software for detecting pornography on computer drives.

PocketCAD

CAD software for mobile computers.

Psychscreen, Inc.

Computer generated psychological test reports.

QueTel Corporation

Police Property & Evidence Tracking; Crime Lab Management; Prison Tracking in Correctional Facilities.

Real Time Technologies

Handheld, pen tablet computers.

Red Hen Systems, Inc.

Video mapping system.

Respond!

Special software for emergency management in correctional facilities.

ScheduleSoft

Shift scheduling software.

SocialTech, Inc

Software to help recover abducted children.

Solid Earth Geographics

Megan’s Mapper, a database application designed to meet the requirements of the Community Notification Act (Megan’s Law).

Spillman Technologies, Inc.

Software to manage, store, retrieve, and manipulate information for public safety agencies.

Streetgard

Records management and computer-aided dispatch systems for public safety agencies.

Synovation Incorporated

Web-based, case management systems for probation, inmate management, courts, and law enforcement.

Synovation, Incorporated

Site provides software management systems for Adult Probation, Juvenile Probation and Inmate Management.

Telos Corporation

Computer network solutions, software development and maintenance, information security, and mobile computing and ruggedized systems.

TFP, Inc.

Digital imaging systems for law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities.

Tiburon, Inc

Public safety and justice information systems.

Total Solutions Inc.

ImageFilerLE, an image management application that provides law enforcement agencies with the tools to capture and store images.

Trillium Software, Inc.

Law enforcement software suite including a field reporting system, a records management system, training management software, and a jail management program.

VINE Company

Victim Information and Notification Everyday system. An automated, information and notification service that immediately notifies registered users upon a change in an offender’s status.

Visio

Software for scaled drawings. Includes symbols for accident reports and crime scenes.

Visionics Corporation

Face recognition software.

Visual Statement Inc.

Accident scene investigation software.

WDL Software

Searchable U.S. Supreme Court decisions; databases of laws for New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut; and police supervisor training and testing software.

Xanalys Incorporated

Software development tools, digital printing and publishing software, and investigation management and intelligence analysis software.

 

 

 

 

Forensics

 

 

1-800-AUTOPSY

Autopsies and other post-mortem services.

Alcohol Countermeasure Systems (ACS)

Breathe alcohol testing equipment.

Arc Second Inc.

The Vulcan Spatial Measurement System, a 3D measurement, navigation, and inspection tool.

Avid

Forensic video tools.

Aware, Inc.

Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology, chipsets, modules and development systems, including hardware and software interfaces, and ultra high-speed modems. Systems to format digital fingerprint images and associated biographic information into the standard required by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

BI, Inc.

This site provides compliance technologies and local services to community corrections agencies and court systems.

Computer Forensics Ltd.

Equipment and services for collecting, analyzing, and presenting computer based information so that it is suitable for use as evidence in a court of law.

CSI Law Enforcement, Inc.

Hardware and software solutions for law enforcement and public safety including electronic mapping, computer mug shot systems, barcode tracking for evidence and inmates, and fingerprint readers.

DeNovo Industries

Olfactory management products.

EDAX

X-ray analyzers and detectors for microanalysis applications.

Fitzco Inc.

Evidence collecting kits, pouches, and supplies for law enforcement and forensics purposes.

Forensic Analytical Specialties, Inc.

Trace evidence analysis, DNA typing by PCR-based methods, gunshot residue analysis, firearms evidence examination, crime scene reconstruction, and other analytical services.

Forensic Press

Fingerprint identification products and educational materials.

Identicator Technology

Software and readers for fingerprint identification.

Knowledge Solutions LLC

Training, information resources, and case consultations for law enforcement, the forensic sciences, the legal community, and the mental health community.

LabVantage Solutions

Forensic laboratory information management systems.

Limbic Systems, Inc.

Measurement of Internal Consistencies Software (MICS), a 3-D visualization tool for viewing a 2-D digitally scanned or photographed image.

Media Cybernetics

Scientific image analysis software.

Molecular Biology Insights

Developed software that is used to select and analyze oligonucleotides for various molecular biology applications.

National Medical Services Crime Laboratory Division

The Criminalistics Department of National Medical Services maintains a full staff of forensic scientists and technical support personnel (on call 24 hours a day) to analyze and interpret a wide variety of non-biological specimens.

Ontrack Data International, Inc.

Data recovery and computer data evidence software and services.

PAS Systems, LLC

Breath and environment alcohol detection systems.

Pharmchem Laboratories, Inc.

This site provides integrated drug testing products and services. These services include complete specimen collection administration, various methods of results reporting, assistance with MRO specifications, statistical reports capability, expert witness testimony and litigation support, and education/training packages for drug testing administrators.

Pictuality

Software for detecting pornography on computer drives.

Psychemedics Corporation

This site provides information on hair analysis for the detection of drugs, including marijuana, cocaine, opiates, methamphetamine and PCP.

ReliaGene Technologies, Inc.

Genetic testing services including paternity determination and forensic science identification.

Roper Scientific, Inc.

Digital cameras and image enhancement workstations for latent fingerprint and other forensic photography.

SEE, Inc.

Micro spectrometers for analytical laboratories.

SPEX Forensics

Forensic light sources, ultraviolet imagers, and digital image enhancement systems.

 

 

 

 

Less-Than-Lethal Weapons

 

 

A.L.S. Technologies

Less lethal direct impact munitions. Ballistic bags, distraction devices, and rubber projectiles.

Advanced Interactive Systems

Use-of-force training.

Combined Tactical Systems, Inc.

Chemical munitions (CS, CN, OC), tactical munitions, diversionary and distraction devices, and signal flares for law enforcement and military forces.

Counter Assault

Red pepper personal defense spray (10% oleoresin capsicum [OC]).

Foster-Miller, Inc.

Nonlethal entanglement technology systems (NETS) used to entrap people, animals, and vehicles.

GETEC North America

Net launchers.

Guardian Personal Security Products

Defensive pepper spray products and stun guns.

Guardian Protective Devices

Oleoresin capsicum (pepper spray) dispensers.

Hydro-Force, Inc.

Less lethal weaponry.

Jaycor

Pepperball projectiles, the Sticky Shocker, and wireless stun guns.

Liteye Microdisplay Systems, LLC

Knight-Eye Handheld thermal Imager

MK Ballistic Systems

Less-than-lethal ammunition, distraction/diversionary devices, and specialty munitions for military and law enforcement.

New Millennium Products, Inc.

Controlled F.O.R.C.E. training, net launchers, electric shields and batons, chemical munitions, and nonlethal ballistic weapons.

PersonalArms.com

Wholesale pepper spray.

Street Smart Professional Equipment

Tactical equipment, including body armor, helmets, less-than-lethal munitions, thermal imaging systems, and more.

Street Snake Tire Deflator

Vehicle disabling, tire deflation device for law enforcement.

Taser International

Air Taser self-defense system.

Tasertron

Non-lethal, handheld electronic immobilization weapons.

WVOutFitter

Night vision devices, handcuffs, batons, pepper spray, etc.

 

 

 

 

Other

 

 

Anchor Audio

Portable public address systems for operational and training functions.

B-PAD: Behavioral Video Testing

Video tests for observing and assessing the interpersonal skills and judgment of public safety candidates under standardized testing conditions.

Bio-Safe Skin Products

Antibacterial skin protectant.

Bob Barker Company

Correctional institution supplies

Dive Rescue International

Provides training to law enforcement and fire rescue personnel. Programs include: Public Safety Diver, Underwater Investigator, Underwater Crime Scene Technician, Investigating Water Related Death, etc.

iRobot

Robots.

Kaestile Boos Associates, Inc.

Planning, design, and construction of police facilities.

McGruff the Crime Dog

McGruff licensed products including fingerprint kits, internet safety kits, Halloween safety kits, McGruff costumes, etc.

Neutronics, Inc.

Neutronics provides breathing apparatus’ for entering buildings or situations involving toxic or oxygen deficient environments.

Remotec

Robots

Robot Factory

Robots for educational and promotional activities.

SafeatSchool Group

School security training and emergency response services.

Securitas, Inc.

Non-violent toothbrushes and mirrors and searchable personal care products for inmates.

SOPAKCO Packaging

Meals, ready-to-eat (MREs).

Spectra Research

Non-pyrotechnic explosive simulation.

Veriad

Labels for media, food, medical items, and pharmaceuticals.

WebShow911

A catalog of public safety equipment.

Ziegler & Associates Training Seminars

Law enforcement, polygraph, and security training for the public and private sectors.

 

 

 

 

Product Catalogs / Buyer’s Guides

 

 

Corrections Buyer’s Guide

Search the Corrections.Com Buyer’s Guide by keyword, category, company name, and location.

Corrections Catalog

Online catalog of corrections and security equipment.

Law and Order Magazine Buyer’s Guide

Browse manufacturer and product information by category.

LEPN Buyer’s Guide

Search product information by keyword.

 

 

 

Protective Equipment

 

 

21st Century Hard Armor Protection, Inc.

Body armor for law enforcement and emergency personnel.

3M Safety and Security

Scotchlite reflective material

American Body Armor

Concealable vests, tactical products, explosive ordnance disposal protection, ballistic helmets, and ballistic shields.

Armacel Armor Corporation

Concealable vests, tactical vests, armored shields, vehicle armor, and accessories.

Armor Technology Corporation

Contour and full coverage vests.

Armour of America

Ballistic armor for law enforcement, military, and government customers.

Armourshield Limited

Soft body armor, blunt trauma shields, and hard insert plates.

Ballisti-Guard, Inc.

Exterior bullet resistant panels for automobiles.

Dakota Corporation

Leather police gloves, tactical gloves, cut-resistant gloves, driving gloves, dress gloves, uniform gloves, and more.

DuPont Company

Protective apparel made of Kevlar®, Nomex®, Sontara®, Tyvek®, and Tychem®.

First Choice Armor & Equipment Inc.

NIJ certified armor in level IIA, II, and IIIA.

Gimbel Glove Company

Law enforcement gloves featuring protection against puncture, cut/slash, and body fluid/blood borne pathogen injury.

Guardian Technologies International

Protective apparel and equipment including body armor and shields.

H & S Manufacturing, Inc.

Vests, concealable armor, shields, and steel and ceramic plates.

Hatch, Inc.

Protective gloves for law enforcement, security, military, SWAT, tactical, corrections, and EMS.

High Five Products, Inc.

Protective gloves.

Israel Military Industries, Ltd.

Personal body armor, ballistic armor panels, and ballistic helicopter protection kits.

Laser Solutions Inc.

Body armor, day/night sights, search and retrieval equipment, etc.

LAST® Armor (A division of Foster-Miller)

An armor appliqué system for light armored personnel carriers that installs without any cutting, welding or drilling on the base vehicle.

Microflex Corporation

Protective gloves for law enforcement and corrections.

Mofet Etzion

Body armor, vehicle armor, and ballistic engineering.

Neutronics, Inc.

Neutronics provides breathing apparatus’ for entering buildings or situations involving toxic or oxygen deficient environments.

Pacific Safety Products, Inc.

Bullet resistant vests for law enforcement.

Park Technologies, Inc. (PTI Armor)

Body armor.

Point Blank Body Armor, Inc.

Body armor for law enforcement.

Progressive Technologies of America, Inc.

Tactical and concealable body armor.

ProTech Armored Products

Bullet resistant vests, helmets, shields, armored vehicles, and accessories.

Protective Apparel Corporation of America (PACA)

Body armor, training gear, cell extraction suits, and accessories.

Protective Products International

Concealable and tactical vests.

Reliance Armor Systems, Inc.

Concealable body armor, tactical body armor, tactical shields, and Transpor® clothing.

Safariland

Bullet and stab resistant body armor.

Safeskin Corporation

Protective gloves

Second Chance Body Armor

Concealable body armor, corrections armor, tactical armor, and other protective equipment.

Secure Distributions, Ltd.

Protective gloves, body armor, and gas masks.

Silent Partner Body Armor, Inc.

Concealable, tactical, and special purpose body armor and accessories.

Street Smart Professional Equipment

Tactical equipment, including body armor, helmets, less-than-lethal munitions, thermal imaging systems, and more.

The Tactical Shop

SWAT, special operations, and police duty gear.

Turtleskin Protective Materials

Puncture resistant gloves and material.

UNICOR Federal Prison Industries

Protective vests and other equipment.

United Safety Container Corporation

Exhibits bomb containment waste receptacles that have been developed to absorb blast energy and to restrain all lateral explosive fragmentation.

 

 

 

 

Security Equipment

 

 

Actall Corporation

Wireless security systems for corrections and other applications.

American Handcuff Company

Handcuffs, leg irons, belly chains, and handcuff keys.

Ameritech

Monitored security systems.

Barringer Technologies, Inc.

Drug and explosives detectors.

BEI Communications Inc.

Fiber-optic perimeter security systems and videoconferencing and audio conferencing products, including tele-medical systems, video visitation systems, and distance education systems.

Broco, Inc.

Tactical thermal breaching torches.

Correctional Services Corporation

Management and development of privatized correctional and detention facilities in the United States.

Correctional Systems, Inc.

Correctional services.

Detex Corporation

Exit control locks, exit alarms, access control systems, watch clocks, and turnstile products.

Digital Descriptor Systems, Inc.

Fingerprint and mug shot scanning.

DynaLock Corporation

Electromagnetic locks, consoles, power supplies, and related system components.

First Defence

High security fencing for perimeter security.

Gallagher Security International Ltd.

Perimeter security fencing systems.

Graphco Technologies

Facial identification systems.

Hiatt-Thompson Corporation

Handcuffs, lead chains, transport restraints, high security restraints, keys, and accessories.

Hoffman Tactical Innovations

Prisoner restraint devices.

ILCO Unican

Electronic access control systems, pushbutton locks, key machines, and specialty locks.

Investigative Law Offices

Technical support for law enforcement agencies; consults with lock manufacturers, crime laboratories, and vendors of specialized surveillance equipment.

IriScan, Inc.

Iris recognition technology for security and access control systems.

Justice Systems, Inc.

Video visitation and booking systems.

Knogo Video Sentry Corporation

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems for surveillance purposes.

Peerless® Handcuff Company

A full line of restraints including, standard handcuffs, hinged handcuffs, oversize handcuffs, leg irons, and waist chains.

Perimeter Products Incorporated

Personal alarm systems, fence protection systems, and microwave protection systems.

Photon Emissive Energy Corporation (PEEC)

Security lights, electric generators, and a family of security systems that enable television cameras to see in the dark but are invisible to the unaided eye.

Ranger Security Detectors, Inc.

Security walk-through multi-zone metal/weapons detectors, handheld body scanners, body orifice scanners, and hospital loss prevention metal detectors.

Rath Microtech

Commercial grade ADA elevator telephones, security telephones, and courtesy telephones.

RIPP Restraints

Polypropylene restraints for law enforcement and corrections.

Safe Restraints, Inc.

The Wrap immobilization system.

Security Access Inc.

Secure filtered return air grilles.

SERAPH Security Consulting and Training

Law enforcement training.

Silent Witness Enterprise Ltd.

A diverse range of CCTV cameras.

Smith & Wesson-Handcuffs

Handcuffs, leg irons, and restraint chains for law enforcement needs.

Ultra-Scan Corporation

Fingerprint scanners.

Vindicator Technologies

Electronic security products for intrusion detection, perimeter security, access control, asset protection, assessment systems, video surveillance, vehicle bomb detection, and security services.

 

 

 

 

Surveillance and Sensor Equipment

 

 

Adams Electronics, Inc.

Portable metal detectors.

Advanced Business Sciences, Inc.

Computer monitored tracking for parole and probation.

American Science and Engineering, Inc.

X-ray inspection systems for screening individuals and vehicles for the presence of concealed weapons, drugs, and illegal contraband.

American Traffic Systems

Traffic camera systems, traffic violation enforcement processing systems, traffic court software systems, and automated toll violation enforcement systems.

Ameritech

Monitored security systems.

AutoMon Corporation

Probation automated monitoring systems.

B.E. Meyers and Co., Inc.

Night vision and computerized surveillance and targeting systems.

Barringer Technologies, Inc.

Drug and explosive detection systems.

BI Incorporated

Electronic monitoring and house arrest products and services.

Brunton/NEXUS

Compasses, binoculars, and global positioning systems (GPS).

Burle Industries, Inc.

Electronic monitoring equipment and services.

Cortex Vision Systems, Inc.

Video surveillance equipment and thermal tracking cameras.

Decatur Electronics, Inc.

Speed measurement radar products, radar/message trailers, and in-car video for a wide range of applications including use by law enforcement, sports entities, and industrial applications.

Delta Information Systems, Inc.

Provides video compression and scan conversion solutions for military, aerospace, broadcasting, law enforcement, security and intelligent transportation.

Detection Systems, Inc.

Electronic detection, control, and communication equipment for the electronic protection industry.

Dycor Technologies Ltd.

Biological detection products.

EdMark Enterprises

High intensity infrared flashers.

Electronic Monitoring Systems, Inc.

Wrist units for random tracking and continuous signal monitoring of individuals.

Electrophysics Corporation

Products designed for a variety of imaging applications, including night vision, thermal imaging, laser viewing and profiling, photographic processing, and microscope automation.

Elmotech, Ltd.

Electronic home confinement systems and service.

Fire Research Corporation

This site provides information on Thermal Imagers and their unique ability to see through smoke and darkness, which are becoming an indispensable tool for the criminal justice field.

FLIR Systems Inc.

Infrared imaging solutions for security and surveillance.

General Security Services Corporation

Electronic monitoring systems.

Grace Industries

Wireless personnel tracking devices.

Granite Island Group

HDS, Inc.

Border control systems, digital video systems, and wireless video transmitters and receivers.

House Arrest Service Incorporated

House arrest equipment and services.

Identix

Fingerprint scanning security products.

Intercept Investigations & Spy Technologies

Video cameras, telephone transmitters, two-way and scanner radios, and night vision equipment.

Ion Track Instruments

Explosives and narcotics detection systems.

IriScan, Inc.

Iris recognition technology for security and access control systems.

ITI – Instrument Technology, Inc.

Tactical surveillance equipment, remote viewing devices, infrared and thermal cameras.

ITT Industries

Night vision devices.

Knogo Video Sentry Corporation

Closed-circuit television (CCTV) systems for surveillance purposes.

Laser Technology, Inc.

Laser-based speed and distance measurement instruments.

Loronix Information Systems, Inc.

Networked digital video management solutions for surveillance applications.

Metorex International

Walk-thru and hand held metal detectors.

Micro Video Products

Coin-sized video cameras and transmitters.

Millivision

Millivision uses millimeter wave sensors combined with state-of-the-art imaging technology to create the next generation of security systems.

Miros, Inc.

Computerized face recognition systems.

Norment/Pacific VoiceTrack®

A biometric tracking and monitoring system.

Nytech

Integrated infrared systems for security and surveillance.

Opticom Technologies Ltd

Site provide information on solutions ranging from a single door biometric access control systems to a turnkey solution from physical access control to building facilities, secure floors, and computer rooms to Log On to the network.

Patrol CCTV

Surveillance systems for police vehicles.

Polaroid Corporation

Digital imaging tools and instant cameras.

Primary Images Ltd.

Digital video storage systems and video motion detectors.

Pro Tech Monitoring, Inc.

Satellite monitoring and remote tracking systems.

Ranger Security Detectors, Inc.

Security walk-through multi-zone metal/weapons detectors, handheld body scanners, body orifice scanners, and hospital loss prevention metal detectors.

Rigel Optics

Night vision for law enforcement and surveillance.

SAS R&D Services, Inc.

Contraband detection equipment for government agencies.

Scanna MSC, Inc.

Electronic mail screeners, cabinet x-ray systems, and mailroom training seminars for the detection and identification of suspect packages.

SecureEye.com

Digital surveillance systems for facilities.

SECURES (System for the Effective Control of URban Environment Security)

Gunshot detection system.

Senstar-Stellar Corporation

Outdoor perimeter intrusion detection systems.

Sentencing Alternatives

Electronic monitoring services and products.

Shotspotter

Urban gunshot location system.

Silent Witness Enterprise Ltd.

A diverse range of CCTV cameras.

Simplex Time Recording Company

Access control systems, video identification systems, and security management systems.

Skaggs Telecommunications Service

Surveillance vans, communications consoles, in-car video systems, and other law enforcement equipment.

Smartwater, Ltd.

A chemical coding system for crime prevention and detection.

SOS Industries Incorporated

Electronic house arrest monitoring and equipment.

Strategic Technologies, Inc.

Electronic monitoring systems.

StreamLight

Tactical flashlights.

Street Smart Professional Equipment

Tactical equipment, including body armor, helmets, less-than-lethal munitions, thermal imaging systems, and more.

Super Circuits

Super Circuits is a distributor of security cameras, transmitters, receivers, and surveillance equipment used in police stings and covert operations.

SureFire

Flashlights and weapon lights.

SWS Security

Electronic surveillance, intelligence gathering, and radio communications systems.

Telect, Inc.

Controller/monitoring systems for correctional institutions.

Telex

Two-way communication products, including ear mikes and headsets, and portable monitoring systems.

Torfino Enterprises, Inc.

Hand-held metal detectors.

Tracking Systems Corporation

Electronic monitoring systems.

Tracking Systems Corporation

This site provides information on customized electronic monitoring solutions that supervise clients by several means. The results of these solutions are transmitted over standard telephone lines to our monitoring center. These methods include: Voice, Data, Video, and Text.

WVOutFitter

Night vision devices, handcuffs, batons, pepper spray, etc.

Xenonics

Hand-held, high-intensity, illumination systems.

Xybion Electronics Systems

Low-light-level cameras and surveillance systems for law enforcement, intelligence, and military applications.

 

 

 

 

Vehicles and Equipment

 

 

American Blimp Corporation

Manned airships.

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.

Police helicopters, including used helicopters and accessories.

BMW of North America, Inc.

Motorcycles.

Bridgestone-Firestone

Tires.

Chevrolet Specialty Vehicles

Vans, pickups, and medium duty trucks.

Delphi Automotive Systems

Electronics integration for vehicle systems.

Dodgen Industries Inc.

Custom emergency response vehicles.

Federal Signal Corporation

Safety and signaling products, custom signage, industrial tooling, and emergency vehicles.

First Defense International Group

Vehicle armoring systems.

Ford Police Vehicles

Specialty vehicles, such as the Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, the Explorer Special Service Vehicle, and the Expedition Special Service Vehicle.

General Tire

Tires.

Goodyear

Tires.

Harley-Davidson Police Motorcycles

Motorcycles for law enforcement.

Honeywell Friction Materials

Disc brake pads, drum brake linings, and aftermarket brake products.

Hornet Group, Inc.

Protective transport devices.

IST International, Ltd

“The Partner”, remote control, portable traffic signals.

Kawasaki

Police motorcycles.

NAPA

Automobile parts and automobile repair facilities.

National Barricade Company

Traffic control and safety equipment.

PatrolSim

The Patrol-Sim is a driving simulator manufactured by the I-Sim corporation. The device will be used by California Police Agencies as a high-speed driving training tool.

Performance Friction

Brake pads.

Raybestos

Brake pads.

Setina Maufacturing Company

Police vehicle partitions and mounting systems.

SirenNet.com

Emergency warning, lighting, and safety supplies.

TAPCO – Traffic & Parking Control Company

Traffic and parking control equipment, components, and supplies.

Thermoblade

Heated windshield wipers.

Tyron

Wheel safety bands.

Whelen Engineering, Inc.

Lighting and siren products.

Winnipeg Street Solutions

The Roadshark, a permanently installed spike barrier designed for street/highway use.

ZAP Patrol Bike

ZAP Patrol Bike is a police bike with an electric motor. The motor gives the bike the power to accelerate quickly with a silent burst of speed.

 

 

 

 

Weapons and Ammunition

 

 

American Firearms Industry

Online official journal of the National Association of Federally Licensed Firearms Dealers.

Ballistics Research, Inc.

Manufacturers of ultra sensitive projectile recovery equipment.

Benelli USA Corporation

Special purpose shotguns and accessories.

Beretta USA

Handguns, long guns, and accessories.

Blackwater Lodge and Training Center

Firearms and tactical training for law enforcement and corrections personnel.

Caswell International Corporation

Firearms training equipment and services.

Crimson Trace Corporation

Laser sights.

Diamond Products Marketing, Inc.

Tactical high intensity flashlight systems for firearms.

ELCAN Optical Technologies

Optical and infrared sights.

EOTech

Holographic sights.

Federal Cartridge Co.

Ammunition.

Glock

Pistols and accessories.

Heckler and Koch

Pistols, rifles, and submachine guns.

Kahr Arms

Pistols and accessories.

Laser Solutions Inc.

Body armor, day/night sights, search and retrieval equipment, etc.

Lasermax, Inc.

Laser sights.

Magnum Research, Inc.

Firearms and accessories.

Mossberg

Shotguns and accessories.

Muscle Products Systems

Cleaner, lubricant, and protectant for firearms.

Pager Pal Concealment Systems

Concealed holsters and accessories

Phalanx Corp.

Automatic locking and loading holster.

Plus P Technology, Inc.

Handgun and shotgun training.

Remington Arms

Shotguns, rifles, and accessories.

Scott, McDougall, and Associates

Firearms based on Colt’s .380 series (Government .380, Mustang, and Pony) and Colt’s 1911-based guns and firearm accessories.

SECURES (System for the Effective Control of URban Environment Security)

Gunshot detection system.

Shotspotter

Urban gunshot location system.

Sig Arms

Pistols, rifles, and accessories.

Smart Lock Technology, Inc.

Magnetic locks for firearms.

Smith and Wesson

Firearms, accessories, and training.

Springfield Armory

Pistols, rifles, and accessories.

Street Smart Professional Equipment

Tactical equipment, including body armor, helmets, less-than-lethal munitions, thermal imaging systems, and more.

Sturm, Ruger & Co.

Pistols, rifles, shotguns, and accessories.

The Tactical Shop

SWAT, special operations, and police duty gear.

Trijicon Inc.

Weapons sights.

Ultimate Weapons Systems

Tactical weapons and firearms accessories for law enforcement.

United Service Associates, Inc., Special Mobile Operations Group

Moving target system for tactical firearms training.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Security Threat Groups/Gangs

 

 

Coroner’s Report

Information and resources on gang intervention and prevention.

Dane County, (Wis.) Sheriff’s Office

This website gives you the opportunity to anonymously report drug and/or gang activities, and contains a guide full of tips on how to avoid road rage.

Extremists Group.Com

This site provides information on associated links, which are broken down into 6 main groups: Affiliates, Resources, Investigative, Intelligence, Terrorism, and Police.

FL DOC Security Threat Group Intelligence Unit

This site contains a comprehensive intelligence gathering program relative to Security Threat Groups within the state of Florida.

Gang Prevention Resource Line

This website contains information to help parents keep their kids safe from gangs.

Gang Prevention, Inc.

Gang Prevention Incorporated offers gang identification, awareness, and activity training to law enforcement. They also have a 450 page street gang identification manual that is only available to the law enforcement community.

Gang Resources Library

This site contains information on Aryan Nation, Mexican Mafia, and Hong Kong Triads.

Gangs in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties

Gangs in Los Angeles County

This site contains a short bibliography on gangs and information on Bloods and Crips in Los Angeles County.

Gangs or Us

This site will assist parents, teachers, law enforcement and corrections personnel, as well as concerned citizens, in determining if street or prison gangs are in your community or corrections facility. Included on these pages are some links to other web sites that will provide you with some of the indicators of the presence of gangs. There is also some very valuable information about some specific gangs and how they, and similar or related gangs, may be identified.

Gangs OR Us

Gang training and criminal justice consulting.

GWC, Inc.

This site contains associated links, publications, training information, pictures, etc. relative to gangs.

Illinois State Police – Street Gang Awareness

Provides information on street gangs found in rural and suburban communities in Illinois.

Massachusetts DOC: Security Threat Group Information

This site contains information on the Massachusetts DOC’s strategy for gang identification and management.

Mid-Atlantic Regional Gang Investigators Network (MARGIN)

This site contains information to enhance officer safety by providing relevant gang information to law enforcement officers within the Mid-Atlantic State Region.

Midwest Gang Investigators Association

The MGIA is a non-profit organization made up of law enforcement officers and members of the criminal justice community from the states of Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, Nebraska and Missouri.

Militia and Subversive Group Websites

Links to the websites of various militia groups.

Mothers Against Gang Wars (MAGW)

Mothers Against Gang Wars (MAGW) is an organization dedicated to curbing gang violence in San Joaquin County, California and its surrounding areas.

National Alliance of Gang Investigators Association (NAGIA)

NAGIA is a coalition of criminal justice professionals dedicated to the promotion of a comprehensive and fully coordinated anti-gang strategy.

National Major Gang Task Force

The mission of the National Major Gang Task Force is to display leadership in linking all 50 states correctional systems, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, major jails, law enforcement and probation and parole offices throughout the country. This will be accomplished by the developed of a National Correction Informational Sharing System.

National Youth Gang Center (NYGC)

The purpose of the NYGC is to expand and maintain the body of critical knowledge about youth gangs and effective responses to them.

North Carolina Gang Investigators Association

This site contains information relative to gangs within the state of North Carolina.

Oklahoma Gang Investigators Association

This site is a public resource for anyone interested in learning more about gangs and how to combat the violence associated with the gang lifestyle.

Online Guide to Gangs and Graffiti

A brief directory of common gang signs and graffiti from Loyola Marymount University, California.

Randy’s Gang Page

Information on street gang history and identification.

Security Management Online

A central web connection for professionals in the field of security.

Street Gang Primer

Texas Gang Investigators Association

This site contains information on investigations of street gangs and their criminal activities within the state of Texas.

Texas Prison Gang Page

This site contains information on gangs and security threat groups within the Texas Department of Corrections.

The Militia Watchdog

This site largely concentrates on right-wing extremist groups.

 

 

 

 

University and College Programs

 

 

 

Corrections

 

 

Averette College (VA)

Bluefield State College (WV)

Bluefield State College (WV)

California State University – Hayward

Chicago State University

Chicago State University (IL)

College of the Ozarks

Download the Adobe Acrobat Reader from this site.

College of the Ozarks (MO)

Eastern Kentucky University (KY)

Eastern Washington University (WA)

Hardin-Simmons University (TX)

Jacksonville State University (AL)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the City University of New York (NY)

Lake Superior State University (MI)

Lamar University (TX)

Langston University (OK)

Marshall University (WV)

Mercyhurst College (PA)

Minnesota State University – Mankato (MN)

Murray State University (KY)

Northeastern University (MA)

Oklahoma City University (OK)

Saint Louis University (MO)

Sam Houston State University (TX)

Southeast Missouri State University (MO)

Southwest Texas State University (TX)

St. Cloud State University (MN)

State University of New York at Brockport (NY)

Stephen F. Austin State University (TX)

The University of Akron (OH)

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (TN)

The University of Texas at Pan American (TX)

The University of Texas at San Antonio (TX)

Tiffin University (OH)

Troy State University (AL)

Troy State University – Dothan (AL)

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (AR)

University of Indianapolis (IN)

University of New Mexico (NM)

University of Pittsburgh (PA)

University of Regina (SK, Canada)

University of Southern Colorado (CO)

Utica College of Syracuse University (NY)

Virginia Commonwealth University (VA)

Weber State University UT)

Western Oregon University (OR)

Westfield State College (MA)

Winona State University (MN)

York College of Pennsylvania (PA)

 

 

 

 

Criminal Justice Studies

 

 

Alfred University (NY)

Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales (PA)

American Military University (VA)

American University (DC)

Appalachian State University (NC)

Arizona State University (AZ)

Auburn University – Montgomery (AL)

Augsburg College (MN)

Augusta State University (GA)

Barton College (NC)

Bellarmine University (KY)

Bethany College (KS)

Bloomsburg University of Peenslyvania (PA)

Bluefield State College (WV)

Butler University (IN)

Caldwell College (NJ)

California Baptist University (CA)

Cazenovia College (NY)

Central Methodist College (MO)

Colorado State University (CO)

Delta State University (MS)

East Carolina University (NC)

Eastern New Mexico University (NM)

Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (PA)

Endicott College (MA)

Ferrum College (VA)

Florida Gulf Coast University (FL)

Florida International University (FL)

Florida Southern College (FL)

Fort Hays State University (KS)

Frostburg State University (MD)

Gannon University (PA)

Georgia Southern University (GA)

Georgia State University (GA)

Harding University (AR)

Hesser College (NH)

High Point University (NC)

Illinois State University (IL)

The College of West Virginia (WV)

 

 

 

 

Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration

 

 

Abilene Christian University (TX)

Adrian College (MI)

Alabama State University (AL)

Albany State University (GA)

Albertus Magnus College (CT)

Albright College (PA)

Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales (PA)

Alvernia College (PA)

American International College (MA)

American University (DC)

Anderson University (IN)

Anna Maria College (MA)

Appalachian State University (NC)

Arizona State University – West (AZ)

Armstrong Atlantic States University (GA)

Ashland University (OH)

Athens State University (AL)

Averett College (VA)

Averette College

Baldwin-Wallace College (OH)

Ball State University (IN)

Barber-Scotia College (NC)

Bay Path College (MA)

Becker College (MA)

Bellevue University (NE)

Bemidji State University (MN)

Benedictine College (KS)

Bethune-Cookman College (FL)

Blackburn College (IL)

Bloomfield College (NJ)

Bluffton College (OH)

Boise State University (ID)

Bowie State University (MD)

Bradley University (IL)

Briar Cliff College (IA)

Buena Vista University (IA)

California Lutheran University (CA)

California State University – Chico (CA)

California State University – Dominguez Hills (CA)

California State University – Fullerton (CA)

California State University – Hayward (CA)

California State University – Long Beach (CA)

California State University – Los Angeles (CA)

California State University – Sacramento (CA)

California State University – San Bernardino (CA)

California State University – Stanislaus (CA)

Calumet College of Saint Joseph (IN)

Calvin College (MI)

Cameron University (OK)

Campbell University (NC)

Campbellsville University (KY)

Canisius College (NY)

Carleton University (ON, Canada)

Carroll College (WI)

Carthage College (WI)

Castleton State College (VT)

Cedarville University (OH)

Central Missouri State University (MO)

Central Washington University (WA)

Chadron State College (NE)

Chaminade University of Honolulu (HI)

Champlain College (VT)

Chapman University (CA)

Charleston Southern University (SC)

Chestnut Hill College (PA)

Chicago State University (IL)

Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina (SC)

City University (WA)

Clark Atlanta University (GA)

Coker College (SC)

College of the Ozarks (MO)

Columbia College (MO)

Columbus State University (GA)

Concordia College (MI)

Concordia University Wisconsin (WI)

Coppin State College (MD)

Culver-Stockton College (MO)

Curry College (MA)

Dakota Wesleyan University (SD)

Dallas Baptist University (TX)

Defiance College (OH)

Delaware State University (DE)

Delaware Valley College (PA)

DePaul University (IL)

Dordt College (IA)

East Central University (OK)

East Tennessee State University (TN)

Eastern Kentucky University (KY)

Eastern Michigan University (MI)

Eastern Washington University (WA)

Edgewood College (WI)

Elizabeth City State University (NC)

Elmira College (NY)

Evangel University (MO)

Fairleigh Dickinson University – Teaneck-Hackensack Campus (NJ)

Faulkner University (AL)

Ferris State University (MI)

Fitchburg State College (MA)

Florida A&M University (FL)

Florida Atlantic University (FL)

Florida Metropolitan University – Tampa College, Brandon (FL)

Fordham University (NY)

Fort Valley State University (GA)

Franklin Pierce College (NH)

Gardner-Webb University (NC)

George Mason University (VA)

Georgia College and State University (GA)

Gonzaga University (WA)

Governors State University (IL)

Grace College (IN)

Graceland College (IA)

Grand Canyon University (AZ)

Grand Valley State University (MI)

Grand View College (IA)

Guilford College (NC)

Gustavus Adolphus College (MN)

Hamline University (MN)

Hampton University (VA)

Hannibal-LaGrange College (MO)

Harris-Stowe State College (MO)

Hawaii Pacific University (HI)

Hesser College (NH)

Hilbert College (NY)

Holy Family College (PA)

Howard Payne University (TX)

Huron University (SD)

Indiana University Northwest (IN)

Indiana University South Bend (IN)

Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Arecibo Campus (PR)

Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Fajardo Campus (PR)

Inter American University of Puerto Rico, Metropolitan Campus

Iona College

Iowa Wesleyan College (IA)

Jacksonville State University (AL)

John Jay College of Criminal Justice, the City of New York (NY)

Johnson & Wales University (RI)

Johnson C. Smith University (NC)

Juniata College (PA)

Kean University (NJ)

Keuka College (NY)

Keystone College (PA)

Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (PA)

Lake Superior State University (MI)

Lambuth University (TN)

Lander University (SC)

Lane College (TN)

Langston University (OK)

Lees-McRae College (NC)

Lewis University (IL)

Lewis-Clark State College (ID)

Lincoln University (MO)

Lincoln University (PA)

Lindenwood University (MO)

Lindsey Wilson College (KY)

Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania (PA)

Long Island University, C.W. Post Campus (NY)

Longwood College (VA)

Loras College (IA)

Louisana College (LA)

Louisana State University in Shreveport

Lourdes College (OH)

Lycoming College (PA)

MacMurray College (IL)

Madonna University (MI)

Manhattan College (NY)

Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Marian College of Fond du Lac (WI)

Marist College (NY)

Marquette University (WI)

Mars Hill College (NC)

Marshall University (WV)

McKendree College (IL)

McMurry University (TX)

Mercer University (GA)

Mercy College (NY)

Mercyhurst College (PA)

Methodist College (NC)

Metropolitan State College of Denver (CO)

Michigan State University (MI)

MidAmerica Nazarene University (KS)

Middle Tennessee State University (TN)

Midland Lutheran College (NE)

Midwestern State University (TX)

Minot State University (ND)

Mississippi College (MS)

Mississippi Valley State University (MS)

Missouri Southern State College (MO)

Missouri Valley College (MO)

Moravian College (PA)

Morris College (SC)

Mount Ida College (MA)

Mount Mercy College (IA)

Mount Olive College (NC)

Mount Senario College (WI)

Mount Vernon Nazarene College (OH)

National University (CA)

New England College (NH)

New Mexico State University (NM)

New York Institute of Technology (NY)

Newbury College (MA)

Niagara University (NY)

North Carolina Central University (NC)

North Carolina State University (NC)

North Carolina Wesleyan College (NC)

North Dakota State University (ND)

North Georgia College & State University (GA)

Northeastern State University (OK)

Northeastern University (MA)

Northern Michigan University (MI)

Northern Arizona University (AZ)

Northern Kentucky University (KY)

Norwich University (VT)

Notre Dame College (NH)

Oakland City University (IN)

Oakland University (MI)

Ohio Dominican College (OH)

Ohio Northern University (OH)

Ohio University (OH)

Ohio University – Chillicothe (OH)

Ohio University – Zanesville

Oklahoma City University (OK)

Olivet Nazarene University (IL)

Pace University – New York City Campus (NY)

Pace University – Pleasantville/Briarcliff Campus (NY)

Park University (MO)

Penn State University – Abington College (PA)

Penn State University – University Park Campus (PA)

Peru State College (NE)

Pfeiffer University (NC)

Pittsburg State University (KS)

Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico (PR)

Portland State University (OR)

Purdue University – Calumet (IN)

Quincy University (IL)

Radford University (VA)

Regis University (CO)

Roberts Wesleyan College (NY)

Rochester Institute of Technology (NY)

Rockford College (IL)

Roger Williams University (RI)

Russell Sage College (NY)

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey – Livingston College (NJ)

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey – Newark College of Arts & Sciences (NJ)

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Newark College of Art & Sciences (NJ)

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, Rutgers College (NJ)

Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, University College – New Brunswick (NJ)

Ryerson Polytechnical University (ON, Canada)

Sacred Heart University (CT)

Saint Anselm College (NH)

Saint Joseph’s College (ME)

Saint Joseph’s University (PA)

Saint Louis University (MO)

Saint Martin’s College (WA)

Saint Paul’s College (VA)

Salem State College (MA)

Salve Regina University (RI)

San Diego State University (CA)

San Francisco State University (CA)

San Jose State University (CA)

Sate University of New York at Oswego (NY)

Savannah State University (GA)

Seattle University (WA)

Shenandoah University (VA)

Siena Heights University (MI)

Simpson College (IA)

Sonoma State University (CA)

Southeast Missouri State University (MO)

Southern Illinois University – Carbondale (IL)

Southern Vermont College (VT)

Southern Wesleyan University (SC)

Southwest Baptist University (MO)

Southwestern Adventist University (TX)

Southwestern Oklahoma State University (OK)

St. Cloud State University (NH)

St. Edward’s University (TX)

St. John’s University (NY)

St. Mar’s University of San Antonio (TX)

St. Thomas Aquinas College (NY)

St. Thomas University (FL)

State University of New York at Albany (NY)

State University of New York College at Brockport (NY)

State University of New York College at Buffalo (NY)

State University of New York College at Fredonia (NY)

State University of New York College at Potsdam (NY)

State University of West Georgia (GA)

Suffolk University (MA)

Sul Ross State University (TX)

Tarleton State University (TX)

Taylor University – Fort Wayne Campus (IN)

Teikyo Post University (CT)

Temple University (PA)

Tennessee State University (TN)

Texas A&M University – Commerce (TX)

Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi (TX)

Texas Southern University (TX)

Texas Wesleyan University (TX)

The George Washington University (DC)

The Union Institute (OH)

The University of Alabama at Birmingham (AL)

The University of Arizona (AZ)

The University of Findlay (OH)

The University of Memphis (TN)

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (NC)

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington (NC)

The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (TN)

The University of Tennessee at Martin (TN)

The University of Texas – Pan American (TX)

The University of Texas at El Paso (TX)

The University of Texas at San Antonio (TX)

The University of Texas at Tyler (TX)

Thomas Edison State College (NJ)

Thomas University (GA)

Tiffin University (OH)

Tri-State University (IN)

Trinity College of Vermont (VT)

Troy State University – Dothan (AL)

Truman State University (MO)

Union College (KY)

University of Alaska – Fairbanks (AK)

University of Alberta (AB, Canada)

University of Arkansas (AR)

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (AR)

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (AR)

University of Baltimore (MD)

University of Central Oklahoma (OK)

University of Cincinnati (OH)

University of Dayton (OH)

University of Delaware (DE)

University of Detroit Mercy (MI)

University of Dubuque (IA)

University of Evansville (IN)

University of Great Falls (MT)

University of Guelph (ON, Canada)

University of Hartford (CT)

University of Idaho (ID)

University of Illinois at Springfield (IL)

University of Indianapolis (IN)

University of Louisville (KY)

University of Maine at Presque Isle (ME)

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor (TX)

University of Maryland – University College (MD)

University of Massachusetts – Lowell (MA)

University of Michigan – Flint (MI)

University of Missouri – Kansas City (MO)

University of Missouri – St. Louis (MO)

University of Nebraska – Omaha (NE)

University of Nevada – Las Vegas (NV)

University of New Haven (CT)

University of North Alabama (AL)

University of North Texas (TX)

University of Pittsburgh (PA)

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford (PA)

University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (PA)

University of Regina (SK, Canada)

University of Richmond (VA)

University of South Alabama (AL)

University of South Carolina (SC)

University of South Carolina – Spartanburg (SC)

University of South Dakota (SD)

University of Southern Indiana (IN)

University of the District of Columbia (DC)

University of Washington (WA)

University of Windsor (ON, Canada)

University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (WI)

University of Wisconsin – Parkside (WI)

University of Wisconsin – Platteville (WI)

University of Wyoming (WY)

University System College for Lifelong Learning (NH)

Urbana University (OH)

Utica College of Syracuse University (NY)

Valdosta State University (GA)

Villanova University (PA)

Virginia Commonwealth University (VA)

Voorhees College (SC)

Washington State University (WA)

Wayne State College (NE)

Waynesburg College (PA)

West Chester University of Pennsylvania (PA)

West Liberty State College (WV)

West Texas A&M University (TX)

West Virginia State College (WV)

Western Illinois University (IL)

Western New England College (MA)

Western Oregon University (OR)

Westfield State College (MA)

Westminster College (PA)

Wheeling Jesuit University (WV)

Widener University (PA)

Wilmington College (DE)

Wilmington College (OH)

Winona State University (MN)

Xavier University (OH)

Youngstown State University (OH)