Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $2,473,694)
The Alaska Department of Public Safety proposes to redesign the Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN) to improve integration with Federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies as well as with social service agencies. This project will result in a modern system that allows Alaskan users to use the full array of services and features available from the upgraded National Crime Information Center (NCIC) including access to more complete, timely, accurate data about warrants, domestic violence protective orders, sex offender registration, DNA registration, arrests, prosecutions, court dispositions, correctional status, and other law enforcement records. The system will also support automated data excahnge with other systems, including the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
- Massively Parallel Mitogenome Sequencing: Building a Strong Foundation for the Interpretation of MPS MtDNA
- Improving Strategies for Investigating & Prosecuting Hate Crimes: A National Yet Local Approach
- Real-world Engagement & Turnover Analysis to Inform New Solutions (RETAINS): An Evidence-Based Policing Workforce Study