Forensic Logic, Inc. (FLI) is a leading provider of software-as-a-service information technology to local, state and federal government workers and private sector organizations interested in using the fullest possible breadth of relevant data to combat crime and reduce the human and economic losses resulting from criminal activity.
FLI was founded in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks to satisfy the pressing need to aggregate and associate law enforcement and criminal offender data to “connect the dots” in order to prevent future terrorist attacks on the country. FLI does this by building robust and easily-installed data connectors to access agency records management systems (RMS). Our connectors can typically be remotely and fully installed and operational within two to three days, usually allowing the participating agency to be fully integrated into our data network within a week. We then aggregate this local law enforcement data into a secure cloud-based data repository, structure the data for rapid access and analysis, and securely deliver it through any web-enabled device to agents and analysts alike.
By developing an inexpensive, secure, and highly accessible system for integrating and deploying crime data, Forensic Logic has been able to create a proprietary data universe that includes many billions of pieces of law enforcement and offender information, proprietary private sector data, and relevant open source data. Access to this data is accomplished through a national-scale data sharing and intelligence analysis system, the Law Enforcement Analysis Portal, or “LEAP” System.
Forensic Logic constantly seeks to add new data channels to its service from social networks, publicly available information as well as sensitive but unclassified data only available to law enforcement and justice officials.
Accordingly, the LEAP program is able to deliver integrated information to a variety of user devices (SmartPhones, Tablets, Mobile Vehicle Terminals, laptop computers and desktop computers) from a wide variety of rich data sources in order to provide the most complete common operating picture of an event, person, location, possession or affiliation as rapidly as possible.