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In the example of through-the-wall surveillance technology (see section I of this Guide), the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is collaborating with a number of other agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency. , fire, emergency medical services, HAZMAT, and law enforcement—is crucial to effective response (see also section III, chapter 12, Communications Interoperability). Terrorism is a type of criminal activity that is of enormous concern. The potentially devastating consequences of terrorist acts involving weapons of mass destruction (WMD) could affect the entire Nation.
01. August 2000. Establishes minimum requirements for color test reagents/kits to detect drugs of abuse and methods of testing the reagents to determine compliance with those requirements. 01. September 2000. Establishes performance requirements and method of test for active handheld metal detectors used to find metal weapons and/or metal contraband carried by a person and/or concealed by a nonmetal object. 01. September 2000. Establishes performance requirements and methods of testing for active walk-through metal detectors used to find metal weapons and/or metal contraband carried on a person and/or concealed by a nonmetal object.
Gov. gov/osldps. gov/cops. gov. org. 40 A Resource Guide to Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Forensic Technologies 13. Biometric Identification Biometric identification technologies use a particular biological aspect of the human body to recognize or confirm that person’s identity. These technologies can be applied in the criminal justice system to enhance access control and identity verification in correctional facilities, and as an investigative tool for identifying missing and exploited children as well as criminals captured by surveillance systems.
A resource guide to law enforcement, corrections, and forensic technologies by United States. Office of Justice Programs.; United States. Dept. of Justice. Office of Community Oriented Policing Services.; National Institute of Justice (U.S.)