ADVANCED TRAINING FOR CONTEMPORarY LAW ENFORCEMENT
cjis security policy for law enforcement executives
LEOTTA CJIS associates will be presenting a breakout session designed for law enforcement executives who require a basic, but summative understanding of Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) compliance standards for their law enforcement agencies. Since law enforcement chief executives are identified as the administrators of their respective criminal data and records management systems, they need to be armed with the appropriate knowledge and tools to ensure computer hardware, software, and network appliances are implemented pursuant to current CJIS 5.0 standards. All too often, police chiefs, sheriffs and directors are tasked with this great responsibility but lack the knowledge, skills and abilities to carry out this daunting responsibility.
The session will be presented at this year's OACP Conference on April 29th at 9:00 a.m. - Cherry Valley Lodge - Newark, Ohio.
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Below: Facts about Cyber Security
At LEOTTA, LLC. it is our goal to ensure law enforcement and those who support law enforcement receive the best training in technological applications which assist agencies combat criminal activity. Several modern technologies have been exploited by criminal enterprises to provide advantages in deception, reduce exposure to the identification of those committing such crimes, and, prey upon society's reliance upon modern technological conveniences to engage in conventional criminal activity such as theft, deception, and espionage.
It is also our goal to ensure law enforcement personnel and their agencies employ sound tactics and procedures to provide a secure network which is protected from hacking, data loss, and integrity compromises. LEOTTA, LLC. provides expert consultation and training to law enforcement, insurance, and loss prevention agencies to assist with the stringent compliance of the FBI Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) standards.
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Legal updates affecting law enforcement technology and enforcement issues:
Public Records: Petition for writ of mandamus to compel watershed conservancy district to release addresses of all persons who leased property from district, whether leases were residential, commercial or industrial, is granted where requested addresses document significant function of district, R.C. 149.43(A)(1). State ex rel. Harper v. Muskingum Watershed Conservancy Dist.2014-Ohio-1222
Search & Seizure: Search In conviction of trafficking in cocaine, denial of motion to suppress drug evidence seized during traffic violation was not error where officers had received report from reliable informant that vehicle's occupants were armed and conducted search for officer safety. State v. Jones 2014-Ohio-1201
BitCoin: Bitcoin, a decentralized digital currency that facilitates quick exchanges of value, has received steady attention from the media and industry stakeholders. Akin to gold, bitcoins are mined using computers to solve increasingly complex equations and can also be bought on exchanges and transferred directly as a means of payment. See Article: BitCoin
Wiretapping: The Illinois Supreme Court recently declared unconstitutional a state law criminalizing the recording of conversations without the consent of all parties. However, significant risks remain for companies and individuals in Illinois who secretly record conversations. People v. Clark 2014 IL 1097190