U.S. Justice Dept. Wants State Criminal Intelligence Systems to Include Terrorism Info
Ben Bain writes on FCW.com:
The Justice Department wants state criminal intelligence data systems to specifically include more intelligence about terrorism.More here.
According to a proposed rule, state and local organizations should gather and include terrorism-related information in their federally funded criminal intelligence data systems.
The rule also would extend the length of time that the systems contain information without review from five to ten years. Justice said the change is necessary because new data analysis technologies might reveal useful intelligence from the data later.