Partners

US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

Under a Memorandum of Understanding executed with the US Department of Justice, local authorized law enforcement subscribers to the LEAP Network may query federal investigative information originating from five US Department of Justice agency sources: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA); Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF); US Marshalls Service (USMS); and the Bureau of Prisons (BOP).  http://www.justice.gov/jmd/ocio/projects.html

US DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

Under a Memorandum of Understanding with the US Department of Homeland Security, local authorized law enforcement subscribers to the LEAP Network may query federal investigative information originating from five US Department of Homeland Security agency sources:  Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE); Customs and Border Protection (CBP); Transportation Security Administration (TSA); Coast Guard; and Secret Service. http://www.ice.gov/le-information-sharing/

NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE

Under a Memorandum of Understanding executed with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), local authorized law enforcement subscribers to the LEAP Network may query federal investigative information originating from other local law enforcement agencies supported by the NCIS Law Enforcement Information Exchange (LinX) program. http://www.ncis.navy.mil/PI/LEIE/Pages/default.aspx

FBI – NDEX PROGRAM

Under a Memorandum of Understanding executed with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), local authorized law enforcement subscribers to the LEAP Network may query local law enforcement and justice investigative information originating nationwide from other local law enforcement agencies who have contributed data to the FBI National Data Exchange (N-DEx) program.http://www.fbi.gov/hq/cjisd/ndex/ndex_home.htm

FBI – CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION SYSTEM (CJIS)

Forensic Logic’s LEAP Network and its data center have been certified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as being CJIS compliant.  Accordingly, law enforcement sensitive data oftentimes called Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) or For Official Use Only (FOUO) may be collected and stored in the Forensic Logic data center and distributed to those with appropriate SBU credentials.  http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis

DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION

The Forensic Logic LEAP Network has been engaged by the Drug Enforcement Administration to work with the El Paso Intelligence Center to assist with the distribution of time sensitive information to local law enforcement nationwide regarding criminal suspects and persons of interest originating from both the Canadian and Mexican borders. http://www.justice.gov/dea/programs/epic.htm

APPLICATIONS PARTNERS

Forensic Logic Application Partners are application collaborators who bundle or seamlessly integrate Forensic Logic services within their own application products.

Currently we have secured relationships with the following organizations:

Valor Systems
InterAct911 (and subsidiary EJustice)
InterGraph
New Dawn Technologies
CRIMES RMS from Sam Houston State University

DATA PARTNERS

Forensic Logic Data Partners provide data to the information repository upon which Forensic Logic services rely to provide applications and information services to Forensic Logic customers. Currently we have secured relationships with the following organizations:

3VR CrimeDex
Brazos Technologies
Federal Signal PIPS Technologies
ISVG
National Insurance Crime Bureau
ShotSpotter
TLO

INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS

Forensic Logic Infrastructure Partners provide core technologies, services or products from which Forensic Logic services are built.
Currently we have secured relationships with the following organizations:

Apache Software Foundation
IBM
Microsoft
Sentinel Software
Solr/Lucene
SRA
SunGard Availability Services