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    0309JUSTICEITSTANEK 0309JUSTICEITSTANEK Presentation Transcript

    • National Governor’s Association September 29-30, 2003 Salt Lake City, Utah
    • Rich Stanek Minnesota Department of Public Safety Commissioner and Homeland Security Director
    • Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative
      • The Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global) Advisory Committee (GAC) reports to the Assistant Attorney General, Office of Justice Programs (OJP), and the U.S. Attorney General in an advisory capacity
      • Created to promote broadscale sharing of pertinent justice information to support public safety
      • Consists of key officials from local, state, tribal, federal, and other justice-related entities
    • Global’s Mission
      • To improve the administration of justice and protect the nation’s public by promoting practices and technologies for the secure sharing of justice-related information
    • How Global Achieves Its Objectives…
      • Global Advisory Committee (GAC)
      • GAC Executive Steering Committee
      • Working groups and committees
      • Focus groups on specific justice problems
    • Global Intelligence Working Group (GIWG)
      • Formed to serve as the Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council as described in “Criminal Intelligence Sharing: A National Plan for Intelligence-Led Policing at the Local, State, and Federal Levels—Recommendations from the IACP Intelligence Summit”
    • GIWG Members
      • Counterdrug Intelligence Executive Secretariat
      • Federal Bureau of Investigation
      • High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas
      • International Association of Chiefs of Police
      • International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts
      • Justice Management Institute
      • Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit
      • Local, state, and tribal police agencies
      • Major Cities Chiefs Association
      • National Conference of State Legislatures
      • National Drug Intelligence Center
      • National Sheriffs’ Association
      • National White Collar Crime Center
      • Prosecutors
      • Regional Information Sharing Systems
      • SEARCH, The National Consortium of Justice Information and Statistics
      • State Law Enforcement Intelligence Networks
      • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
      • U.S. Department of Justice
      • U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration
    • What The National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan Can Be—The Vision
      • A model intelligence sharing plan
      • A mechanism to promote intelligence-led policing
      • A blueprint for law enforcement administrators to follow when enhancing or building an intelligence system
      • A model for intelligence process principles and policies
      • A plan that respects and protects individuals’ privacy and civil rights
    • What The National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan Can Be—The Vision (Continued)
      • A technology architecture to provide secure, seamless sharing of information among systems
      • A national model for intelligence training
      • An outreach plan to promote timely and credible intelligence sharing
      • A plan that leverages existing systems and networks, yet allows flexibility for technology and process enhancements
    • Key Components of the Plan
      • Provide minimum standards for establishing and managing an intelligence function. The standards focus on the intelligence process and include the following elements: mission of the function, management and supervision, personnel selection, training, security, privacy rights, development and dissemination of intelligence products, and accountability measures
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Provide model policies and guidelines for implementing or reviewing an agency’s intelligence function
      • Examples include
        • 28 CFR Part 23
        • International Association of Chiefs of Police’s Criminal Intelligence Model Policy
        • Law Enforcement Intelligence Unit’s Criminal Intelligence File Guidelines
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Establish a Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council to provide a nationally coordinated process for intelligence generation and sharing
      • Offer the riss.net/Law Enforcement Online (LEO) connection as the initial sensitive but unclassified communications backbone for implementation of a nationwide criminal intelligence sharing capability
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Recommend that existing systems at the local, state, tribal, regional, and national levels promptly link to the riss.net/LEO communications capability in order to leverage information sharing systems and expand intelligence sharing
      • Recommend that local, state, tribal, and federal law enforcement agencies partner with the public and private sectors in order to detect and prevent attacks to the nation’s critical infrastructure
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Offer guidelines for protecting individuals’ privacy and constitutional rights within the intelligence process
      • Recommend fingerprint-based background checks for access to the intelligence systems accessible on the nationwide communications capability
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Provide training standards for all levels of law enforcement personnel
      • Recommend methodologies for sharing classified reports
      • Promote the concepts of standards-based intelligence sharing and intelligence-led policing through education and outreach
    • Key Components of the Plan (Continued)
      • Encourage the use of existing, comprehensive reference documents as resources for issues relating to information sharing, system security practices, and privacy
      • Examples include
        • Justice Information Privacy Guideline-Developing, Drafting and Assessing Privacy Policy for Justice Information Systems
        • Applying Security Practices to Justice Information Sharing
        • Global Justice Extensible Markup Language (XML) Data Model and its component Global Justice XML Data Dictionary
    • Timeline
      • October 2003–Plan submitted to OJP
      • For more information, contact
        • Superintendent Melvin Carraway
        • Indiana State Police (317) 232-8241 [email_address]
        • Mr. Bob Cummings Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) (850) 385-0600, extension 278 [email_address]