are researching statistics about crime, victims, law enforcement,
courts, and corrections, you've come to the right webpage.
Officers Get Vested (Literally) Via the Net
a fact: Bulletproof vests save the lives of law enforcement officials.
In 1998, Congress began allocating funds to state and local law
enforcement agencies to help them buy bulletproof vests. The program
had to be designed for efficiency and speed and it is. The Department
of Justice is administering the program entirely on the web.
Sleuths Bust Cyber Swindlers
to the anonymity and low cost of webpages and e-mails, the ranks
of cyber swindlers are steadily growing. But Federal Communications
Commission investigators are turning the tables on these Internet
Internet-related crime, like any other crime, to appropriate law
enforcement investigative authorities at the local, state, federal,
or international levels, depending on the scope of the crime. This
Department of Justice site tells you how.
Tracy Joins the FBI
the Federal Bureau of Investigation and comic strip hero Dick Tracy
worked together to catch dangerous fugitives.
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are doing amazing things to deliver government services electronically.
Access America E-Gov E-Zine wants to tell these stories.
We are looking
for stories about federal agencies, or multi-agency partnerships,
that are addressing the information technology needs of our Nation's
criminal justice community.
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longer feature stories. Write feature stories in plain language
with quotes from customers who experience the service electronically
and quotes from federal employees and their partners who deliver
contact person with phone number and email address. Send your stories
to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
If you need more information, call Pat Wood, National Partnership
for Reinventing Government, (202) 694-0063. Please pass this request
along to others who may be interested.