Insight 28 CFR Part 23 online training
Criminal intelligence information (CII) is an important component to a law enforcement agency’s function. However, to ensure the appropriate collection, inquiry, dissemination, review and purge or validation, audit and inspection, and security of CII, agencies should have robust policies and procedures in place. These policies and procedures also should address the protection of constitutional (civil rights and civil liberties) rights and further an individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy.
To assist agencies in developing the appropriate CII-focused policies and procedures, the Bureau of Justice Assistance developed 28 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 23 online training. 28 CFR Part 23 lays out a framework and identifies certain principles that need to be incorporated into an agency’s policies and procedures. The regulation offers a foundation for collecting, maintaining, and sharing CII while ensuring the privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties afforded to all Americans. Online training topics include:
- 28 CFR Part 23—An Overview of the Regulation
- Complying With the Regulation
- Submission/Collection, Processing, and Storage of Criminal Intelligence Information
- Inquiry and Dissemination
- Review and Purge or Validate
This training is limited to sworn law enforcement, support staff, and approved criminal justice and public safety users and, as such, can be accessed by a pre-existing 28 CFR Part 23 online training account or via the Regional Intelligence Sharing Systems (RISS) portal or the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP).
Additional information on 28 CFR Part 23 online training is available: View online training.
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