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Acquisition of Information Technology for Law Enforcement

The National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, is sponsoring a study of acquisition of information and forensic technology for law enforcement agencies. Results of the study will help policymakers and practitioners in law enforcement successfully navigate the many considerations in acquiring up-to-date information, communication, and other technology.

This web page serves the project team as a jump-off site and resource for members. Emerging results of the study will appear here or on linked websites of project partners.

(For further information about material on this page, please contact Tom McEwen or Randall Guynes at ILJ.)

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