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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. Technologies.. Analytics.. Communications.. Digital and Video Technologies.. Identification.. IT Management.. Intelligent Transportation Systems.. Performance Management.. Records and Information Sharing.. Traffic Incident Management.. Resources.. Publications.. Procurement Materials.. Glossary.. News.. Current.. Archive.. About the Initiative.. The IACP Technology Clearinghouse hosts a variety of highway safety and transportation projects that are designed to reduce crashes, injuries, and deaths on public streets and roadways, foster crime prevention and community policing concepts, and preserve homeland security by encouraging proactive traffic enforcement based on problem identification, enforcement, traffic incident management, and public information and education.. Additionally, IACP provides research, training, policy development, and technical support to initiatives to improve officer safety, develop and promote technical standards for transportation technologies, and recognition of best practices and outstanding achievements in traffic safety programs.. Learn more.. Items of Interest.. SAFE Driving video "Did You Know? Distracted" from Cal POST.. Durham's Next Generation 9-1-1 Installation Complete.. IMPORTANT NEWS ALERT.. : Information on the recall on certain model 2008-2012 Chevrolet Impala police vehicles -.. Updated October 1, 2012.. IACP Governing Body Approves Unmanned Aircraft Guidelines.. RITA Launches U.. S.. DOT Research Hub Website Beta Version.. The Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office Releases Three New Reports on Connected Vehicle Policy.. U.. DOT Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) announces the release of U.. National ITS Architecture Version 7.. 0.. University of Minnesota's ITS Institute is developing apps for mobile smartphones that could work with ITS infrastructure to assist visually impaired pedestrians.. Upcoming Events.. May 20-22, 2014.. 2014 IACP LEIM Training Conference and Technology Exposition.. IACP Officer Safety Roll Call Videos.. Is Today Your Day?.. S P Officer Safety Roll Call.. Traffic Incident Management 2012.. Fraudelent Commercial Driver's Licenses.. What's New.. JAN 16.. NEW Upcoming T3 Webinar: Educating Students for ITS Careers: Are Universities Meeting the Challenge?.. Thursday, February 6, 2014 | 1:00pm - 2:30pm ET.. This free webinar will feature speakers from two universities, who will discuss their ITS education programs as well as the educational needs for the delivery of ITS learning.. In addition, two speakers from regional and State transportation agencies will discuss their perspectives on educational background needs for hiring entry level ITS engineers.. Challenges, successes, ideas, needs, and future directions of university ITS education will be discussed.. For more information and to register, please visit.. here.. JAN 8.. IACP Technology Policy Framework.. In response to the growing use of new and emerging technologies by law enforcement agencies, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has released a Technology Policy Framework to help law enforcement executives create policies that support responsible deployment and use.. Technology plays an increasingly important role in the daily work of law enforcement officers in the field, equipping them with enforcement and investigative tools  ...   at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert Street, NW in Washington, DC.. Remote participation will be available via webinar.. For more information, please contact Robert Arnold, Federal Highway Administration, and Director Office of Transportation Management by email at.. robert.. arnold@dot.. gov.. or by telephone at 202-366-1285.. Please register at the following link:.. www.. itsa.. org/policy2014.. DEC 23.. USDOT Announces Inaugural Connected Vehicle PlugFest.. January 29-30, 2014 | 9:00 a.. m.. - 4:30 p.. EST.. Register to attend the U.. Department of Transportation's (USDOT).. Connected Vehicle PlugFests.. to conduct vendor-to-vendor connected vehicle device testing.. These test sessions help to ensure that devices meet the base standard requirements and level of interoperability necessary for the Southeast Michigan Connected Vehicle Test Bed Deployment 2014 Project.. Please pre-register at:.. http://www.. org/plugfest.. Department of Transportation Connected Vehicle Planning and Policy Stakeholder Workshop.. January 16, 2014 | 9:00 a.. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Intelligent Transportation System Joint Programs Office (ITS JPO) will conduct a free public workshop focused on soliciting input from transportation infrastructure owner/operators which would potentially deploy and utilize connected vehicle technologies on stakeholder needs for policies, guidelines, and tools in support of successful implementation.. The workshop agenda will include a review of the role and use of previous policies and guidelines provided by the USDOT administrations that support State and local operating agencies (i.. e.. , the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration, among others).. For more information or to register, please visit.. DEC 19.. New Drunk Driving Prevention Assets Available: RoboCop.. NHTSA's 2013 Holiday Season Drunk Driving Prevention Crackdown advertising efforts now includes public service announcements featuring "RoboCop", a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures movie - in theaters Feb 12, 2014.. State and local highway traffic safety partners may use these "RoboCop" animated banner ads in support of their drunk driving prevention campaign efforts until March 31, 2014.. - For the "RoboCop" animated banner ads, please click.. - For additional Holiday Season 2013 campaign materials, please click.. More News.. HOME.. TECHNOLOGIES.. RESOURCES.. NEWS.. LEIM.. ABOUT THE INITIATIVE.. Technology.. CLEARINGHOUSE.. Copyright (C) 2013 IACP.. All Rights Reserved.. 44 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 200, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314 | 1-800-THE-IACP.. IACP: Serving the Leaders of Today, Developing the Leaders of Tomorrow.. This Web site is funded in part through a cooperative agreement from the.. Department of Transportation.. , the.. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).. , the.. Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office (ITS JPO).. , and the.. Research and Innovative Technologies Administration (RITA).. Neither the U.. Department of Transportation nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this Web site (including, without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided).. Stay.. CONNECTED.. FACEBOOK.. TWITTER.. LINKEDIN.. CONTACT US.. SITE MAP..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Crime Analysis.. Crime Mapping.. Intelligence-Led Policing.. Predictive Policing.. Computer Aided Dispatch.. DSRC.. National Broadband Public Safety Trust.. NG9-1-1.. Wireless Emergency Alerts.. Automated License Plate Recognition.. Body Worn Video.. In-Car Cameras.. Red Light Cameras.. Facial Recognition.. Fingerprints.. Iris Recognition.. Next Generation Identification.. Big Data.. Cloud Computing.. Standards.. Records Information Sharing.. NCS-X.. N-DEx.. Records Management Systems.. Suspicious Activity Reporting.. The IACP Technology Clearinghouse is designed to function as a comprehensive resource for law enforcement agencies and IACP Members in planning, implementing and managing technology to a) improve public and officer safety and homeland security, b) enhance the effectiveness of operations and the efficient use of resources, and c) support and  ...   Recognition (ALPR) and in-car and body-worn video, to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) and Traffic Incident Management (TIM).. In addition to the resources provided on this site, the IACP hosts several committees that deal directly with law enforcement technology, including the:.. Communications and Technology Committee.. Computer Crimes and Digital Evidence Committee.. Criminal Justice Information System Committee.. Highway Safety Committee.. Traffic Incident Management Subcommittee.. The IACP.. Law Enforcement Information Management (LEIM).. Section provides law enforcement executives, IT managers, and technology specialists with a forum in which to share information, best practices and lessons learned regarding state-of-the-art law enforcement information management, communications and interoperability, technology standards, and information sharing, analysis and fusion..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Crime analysis is a function that involves systematic analysis for identifying and analyzing patterns and trends in crime.. The information gathered can be used in many areas of policing such as the deployment of resources, assisting in the identification and apprehension of suspects, devising solutions to crime problems, and formulating crime prevention strategies.. See more.. Crime mapping is a component of crime analysis and is used by analysts in law enforcement agencies to map, visualize, and analyze crime incident  ...   patterns and helps inform operational planning and strategic targeting.. Intelligence-led policing (ILP) is a policing model based on a collaborative approach that incorporates many factors, including; intelligence operations, community-oriented policing, information management, scientific data analysis, and problem solving.. Predictive policing operates on the principal that human behavior is predictable and that it's possible to forecast patterns of where and when incidents are likely occur by using computer algorithms to analyze of past crime reports and other data from disparate sources..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: A Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system is a method of dispatching emergency services that allows public safety operations and communications to be augmented, assisted, or partially controlled by an automated system.. Dedicated Short-Range Communications.. Dedicated short-range communications (DSRC) are one-way or two-way short- to medium-range wireless communication channels specifically designed for automotive use and a corresponding set of protocols and standards and involves vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications.. Nationwide Public Safety Broadband Network..  ...   in which public safety will manage priority access within its own network and not have to compete for spectrum resources on the public network.. Next Generation 9-1-1.. The Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG9-1-1) initiative will establish the foundation for public emergency communications services in an increasingly wireless and mobile society and will enable citizens to communicate with authorities in emergency situations using a variety of Internet-based devices by voice, text and video messaging..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: ALPR technology has proven to be a critically important tool for law enforcement.. The technology provides automated and nearly instantaneous alerts to officers in the field when a wanted vehicle is observed, improving their efficiency and enhancing public and officer safety.. Body-worn video (BWV) cameras, are often compared to in-car video.. While in-car video and BWV share many similarities—both provide an impartial recording of events—BWV has the advantage of going wherever the  ...   of the in-car camera.. In-car camera systems provide substantial value to agencies using them, including enhancing officer safety, improving agency accountability, reducing agency liability, simplifying incident review, enhancing new recruit and in-service training, and enhancing officer performance and professionalism.. Red light cameras, also sometimes referred to as traffic enforcement cameras, capture still images or video footage, depending on the system used, of vehicles that have entered an intersection against a red traffic light..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Technological advances in science have greatly enhanced the ability of law enforcement and public safety agencies to establish and verify the identity of persons with biometric precision.. The emergence of automated fingerprint identification systems (AFIS) and live-scan fingerprint capture devices revolutionized latent fingerprint processing and enabled law enforcement to positively identify suspects and close cases that previously would have remained open and unsolved.. Fingerprints are the common currency in today's world of establishing and verifying positive identity, but they are not the only biometric factors that can be utilized in establishing or verifying identity.. DNA matching, facial recognition, palm prints, hand geometry, and iris scanning are technologies that have seen increasing  ...   wanted persons, to confirm the identity of persons being admitted or discharged from custody (to confirm that they are admitting or releasing the correct person), and for other investigative purposes.. Fingerprints are among the most commonly gathered forensic evidence and because the formation of fingerprints is influenced by mechanical forces during development, no two persons have exactly the same fingerprint, even twins.. Therefore, the identification of prints is incredibly important in identifying and prosecuting suspects.. Iris recognition is a form of biometric identification that uses mathematical pattern-recognition techniques to analyze an iris's unique pattern.. The FBI's Next Generation Identification (NGI) program is building state-of-the-art biometric identification services that will include multimodal functionality..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Big data is a collection of data sets that, due to their size and complexity, are difficult to work with using relational databases and beyond the ability of commonly-used software tools to capture, manage, and process within a tolerable elapsed time.. Cloud computing is the use  ...   a service over a network.. Standards, whether technical or functional, are an important component to any technology project or implementation.. They allow for a more efficient use of resources and can reduce the amount of time, effort and money that needs to be invested in a project..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) consist of a vast array of information and communication technologies that have a number of applications to improve transportation safety and productivity.. Some technologies areas that contribute to ITS are: wireless communications (such as vehicle-to-vehicle or vehicle-to-infrastructure), computational technologies, vehicle data collection, sensing technologies, inductive loop detection, video and camera systems.. Though it is easy to assume ITS is merely a transportation issue, given the amount of time Americans spend on the road (the average daily work commute alone is nearly 50 minutes according to the latest Census reports), transportation safety issues and developments can have broad and long-term effects on public safety and on law enforcement resources.. In fact, a report from NHTSA's National Center for Statistics and Analysis shows that motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among those aged 4-34 in the U.. Furthermore, information from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates more than 2.. 3 million adult drivers and passengers were treated in emergency departments as the result of being injured in motor vehicle crashes in 2009.. Motor vehicle crashes also contribute significantly to the number of law line of duty deaths.. A look at the FBI's LEOKA data from 1980 – 2008 shows that while the number of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty has decreased overall, the number of officers killed in motor vehicle crashes has increased.. FARS data also demonstrates similar trends.. In addition to transportation, ITS has a number of public safety applications has well, including traffic enforcement, traffic incident management, and signal preemption.. The ability to gather real-time or near real-time information about what is happening to and throughout the transportation system can aid agencies in managing day-to-day patrol activities, responding to calls-for-service (CFS), traffic incident management, traffic enforcement, and planned and unplanned special events.. Traffic  ...   change or alter a traffic signal's phase time or sequence.. Connected Vehicles.. Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V).. V2V communication is the wireless exchange of vehicle-based data (such as position, speed, and location) between nearby vehicles.. The purpose of this data exchange is to enable a vehicle to:.. Sense threats and hazards with a 360 degree awareness of the position of other vehicles and the threat or hazard they present.. Calculate risk.. Issue driver advisories or warnings.. Take pre-emptive actions to avoid and mitigate crashes.. Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I).. V2I communications is the wireless exchange of safety and operational data between vehicles and highway infrastructure with the purpose of avoiding or mitigating motor vehicle crashes.. Additionally, V2I communications are also significant in improving mobility and environment by reducing delays and congestion caused by crashes, enabling wireless roadside inspections, or helping commercial vehicle drivers identify safe areas for parking.. Research/Reports.. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Official Connected Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment Analysis (PDF).. Produced by AASHTO for the ITS Joint Program Office, RITA, US DOT.. An Approach to Communications Security for a Communications Data Delivery System for V2V/V2I Safety: Technical Description and Identification of Policy and Institutional Issues (PDF).. Crash Avoidance Metrics Partnership and the John A.. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center.. Connected Vehicle Environment: Governance Roundtable Proceedings from June 20, 2011.. US DOT, RITA.. Intelligent Transportation Systems Benefits, Costs, Deployment, and Lessons Learned Desk Reference 2011 Update (PDF).. ITS Strategic Research Plan 2010-2014.. US DOT, Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office.. Transforming Transportation through Connectivity: ITS Strategic Research Plan, 2010-2014 (Progress Update, 2012).. Public Perceptions of Connected Vehicle Technology (PDF).. Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Center for Automotive Research (CAR).. Tools.. US Department of Transportation, Intelligent Transportation Systems Joint Program Office.. US National IT Architecture, Version 7.. ITS Knowledge Resources.. ITS Standards.. RITA, USDOT.. ITS America.. ITS America Connected Vehicle Task Force Wikipage..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Police chiefs and sheriffs, like chief executives of any organization, are measured on results.. For law enforcement executives, that typically means public assessment on a range of factors, including a) whether crime going up or down, b) do citizens feel safe or safer in their communities, c) how quickly the agency responds in emergency situations, d) does the public respects the agency and the officers on patrol and feel they are treated with respect and courtesy, and e) does the agency demonstrate efficiency of operations and conscientious use of public resources?.. Building effective business intelligence tools, which are designed to constantly assess performance on multiple dimensions, requires integration of critical agency information systems and implementation of technologies that provide real-time analysis and results..  ...   Performance on the Pathway to Leadership.. The Police Chief, vol.. 73, no.. 9, September 2006.. Law Enforcement Tech Guide for Creating Performance Measures that Work (2007) (PDF 1.. 60MB).. COPS Office.. Performance Managment for Policing.. David J.. Roberts, Technology Talk, The Police Chief.. Performance Measures for the Criminal Justice Systems (2003) (PDF).. Bureau of Justice Statistics.. Performance Measurement for Justice Information System Projects (2008) (PDF 1.. 14MB).. Bureau of Justice Assistance.. Performance Measures and the Transportation Perspective.. Police Performance Management: A Practical Guide for Police Authorities.. Home Office Police Standards Unit and the Association of Police Authorities with the help of PA Consulting.. Tools/Resources.. AASHTO Standing Committee on Performance Measurements.. Georgia DOT Performance Dashboard.. TIM Performance Measurement Knowledgebase.. Washington DOT Performance Measurement Library..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: The Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEx) system is an FBI CJIS Division program that provides law enforcement agencies with a powerful new investigative tool.. N-DEx enables participating law enforcement agencies to search, link, analyze, and share criminal justice information on a national basis.. A  ...   for the storage, retrieval, retention, manipulation, archiving, and viewing of information, records, documents, or files pertaining to law enforcement operations.. Suspicious Activity Reporting, or SAR, is the sharing of information concerning activity, incident, or behavior that the reporting individual considers to be outside of normal parameters..

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  • Title: IACP Technology Clearinghouse
    Descriptive info: Home.. Traffic Incident Management Systems.. Traffic Incident Management (TIM) is a planned and coordinated process by multiple public disciplines and private sector partners to detect, respond to, and remove traffic incidents and restore traffic capacity as safely and quickly as possible.. The.. , through enhanced TIM programs, provides tools, guidance, capacity building and good practices that aid local and State DOTs and their partners in efforts to improve transportation network efficiency and public/responder safety when a non-recurring event either interrupts or overwhelms transportation operations.. Non-recurring events can range from traffic incidents and traffic planning for Planned Special Events (PSE), to disaster or emergency transportation operations.. Over the past decade, FHWA has developed tools and capabilities to improve the management of transportation for both planned and unplanned events.. Whether the precipitating event is a traffic incident, a planned event, or an emergency with the potential to escalate to an evacuation, state and local DOTs must be prepared to respond to and manage such events no matter what time of day or night.. The IACP has established a.. Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Subcommittee.. under the direction of the.. IACP Highway Safety Committee (HSC)..  ...   Practices in Traffic Incident Management: Executive Summary (PDF).. Federal Highway Administration,Office of Operations.. Emergency Vehicle Visibility and Conspicuity Study (PDF).. United States Fire Administration (USFA), in partnership with the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA).. Florida Traffic Incident Management Program Strategic Plan (February 2006) (PDF 1.. 89 MB).. Florida Department of Transportation.. IACP Highway Safety Deskbook (Sept.. 2004) (PDF).. IACP Manual of Police Traffic Services Policy and Procedures (July 2004) (PDF).. IACP Traffic Safety Strategies for Law Enforcement - Complete Report (August 2003) (PDF).. Intelligent Transportation Systems for Traffic Incident Management: Deployments and Lessons Learned.. Primary and Secondary Incident Management: Predicting Durations in Real Time (PDF).. Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation and Research.. Traffic Incident Management Recommended Operational Guidelines (March 2002) (PDF).. Minnesota Incident Management Coordination Team.. Traffic Incident Management Resource Management.. Helpful Tools.. National Unified Goal.. Traffic Incident Management 2012 (video).. Traffic Incident Response Lane Designation Terminology.. National Traffic Incident Management Coalition.. TIMS Partner Agencies.. Department of Transportation, Planning for Operations.. Federal Highway Administration, Office of Operations.. Emergency Transportation Operations, FHWA.. Regional ITS Architecture, RITA, ITS.. National Traffic Incident Management Coalition (NTIMC).. I-95 Corridor Coalition.. Washington Traffic Incident Management Coalition..

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