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Standards and Testing At present, there are no standards related to information sharing and analysis. Research and Development Efforts ■ E-Crime Clearinghouse. NLECTC–Northeast has established a Cooperative Research and Development Center Agreement between the Air Force Research Laboratory/Information Directorate and Utica College’s Computer Forensics Research and Development Center. The Northeast facility is developing a Web-based clearinghouse for electronic crime and computer forensics contacts, tools, and training.
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NIJ Research Report (NCJ 178265), September 1999. ” TechBeat, NLECTC, Fall 1999. 01. August 2000. ” NIJ Journal, Issue 234, December 1997. ■ Guide for the Selection of Commercial Drug Detectors for Law Enforcement Applications: NIJ Guide 601–99 (NCJ 171133). September 1998. 23 A Resource Guide to Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Forensic Technologies ■ Guide for the Selection of Drug Detectors for Law Enforcement Applications: NIJ Guide 601–00. August 2000. ■ Guide to the Technologies of Concealed Weapons and Contraband Imaging and Detection.