CFP-111 / NCIC 2000: Security Capabilities, Privacy And Integrity

Explanation of the FBI's National Crime Information Center (NCIC) system, with its 64,000 terminals nationwide, including many mobile units in police cars. Discussion of controversial files in the system, including *rap sheets* with criminal history information and U.S. Secret Service files on individuals with no arrest records yet considered threats by the Bureau. Audience members raise the issue of who has access to NCIC records, and the problem of privacy protection when the information is being broadcast over radio frequencies. (Library Hi-Tech News) Chair: Dorothy Denning

William Bayse, FBI Asst.Director of Technical Services

ISBN 1-57844-011-4
Order Number: CFP111
Item Type: Video; VHS; 69 minutes

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