Security Integration is the strategy that compels all State agencies to examine what databases they possess which could assist state, regional or local government public safety efforts. GOCCP facilitates this goal by funding programs that help to purchase software and hardware systems and providing technical training to personnel to make it possible for law enforcement agencies to communicate with each other and across jurisdictional borders.
Security Integration is a strategy which requires all State agencies to constantly examine what data/databases they have that could assist state, regional or local government public safety efforts.
Security integration "means protecting our people and communities through seamless coordination and consistent information-sharing. It means that the criminal justice system must work as a system, not a collection of parallel lines -- and parallel cultures and parallel datasets and parallel intelligence systems -- that never meet."
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