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Hanzo goes to New Orleans to participate in the FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Process

| December 1 2018

Hanzo is pleased to be attending the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Advisory Policy Board Meeting in New Orleans December 5th and 6th.  At this public forum held at least twice a year, the Board will review and approve policies and activities of CJIS Units and the various Working Groups.  

About the Advisory Policy Board (APB)

The APB is composed of 35 representatives from criminal justice agencies and national security agencies and organizations throughout the United States.  The APB is responsible for reviewing appropriate policy, technical, and operational issues related to CJIS Division programs. Subsequent to their review, the Board makes recommendations to the Director of the FBI.

Hanzo for Government

Hanzo believes that the judicial system is foundation to a just society, that evidentiary standards should be high, and the technology available for the defensible collection and preservation of evidentiary data can meet the demands of emerging technologies. Hanzo works with many Government Agencies and is a proud supporter of the DOJ and the FBI. In addition to AI-powered investigations capabilities Hanzo enables full native capture of social media and web content that's delivered in a forensically sound manner and that can be reviewed dynamically as if you were navigating a live site.

Engaging in the Criminal Justice Community

As the FBI administers programs like the Next Generation Identification (NGI), National Data Exchange (N-DEx), or the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), among others, for the benefit of local, state, tribal, federal, and foreign criminal justice agencies, Hanzo is proud to get involved and participate in this advisory process.

 

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