Additional Resources

A listing of Web-based resources available through the University at Albany may be found at the "Directory" link above.

Click on a category below to open the list of links within that category.

The University Police Department makes no guarentee as to content and we cannot and do not endorse any product, service or information that may be found in these sites.

General Police/LE Resources

800 MHz Transition Administrator
The 800 MHz Transition Administrator (TA) will oversee the reconfiguration of the 800 MHz band. The TA will oversee the administrative and financial aspects of the reconfiguration process, establish a relocation schedule, and facilitate the resolution of any disputes that may arise.
Center for Criminal Justice Technology
"The nonprofit Center for Criminal Justice Technology partners with federal, state, and local criminal justice agencies to develop adaptable approaches for modernizing systems and practices that improve the efficiency, safety, and coordination of criminal justice activities."
One of the largest sites with products and information on policing as well as links to a wealth of other sites on agencies and policing throughout the world.
Criminal Justice in America
Simple explainations of various CJ topics as they apply generally. (Not specific to any particular state's laws.)
Integrated Justice Information System Institute
"The mission of the IJIS Institute is to apply the expertise of industry to assist justice agencies in the innovative use of advanced technologies to better share information in a way that benefits industry, the public sector, and society as a whole."
Law Enforcement Alliance of America
"The Law Enforcement Alliance of America (LEAA) is the nation's largest non-profit, non-partisan coalition of law enforcement professionals, crime victims, and concerned citizens united for justice."
Law Enforcement Online
LEO is a site managed by the FBI that provides a wealth of information to local, state and federal law enforcement. This site is accessable only to certified Law Enforcement members and only through the use if software provided through the LEO office. Any LE member wishing to access the LEO site may contact the LEO Program Office at: (202) 324-8833 for information on how to register to use the site.
Lessons Learned information Sharing
Lessons Learned Information Sharing ( is the national network of Lessons Learned and Best Practices for emergency response providers and homeland security officials.
Welcome to The One Complete Resource for Law Enforcement
The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology & the Law
NCSTL continues to develop other resources for the legal and scientific communities to provide timely, accurate and useful information to promote justice. Current projects being developed include: distance education programs, extended partnerships with law schools, professional associations, law enforcement agencies, and federal and state agencies.
US DOJ - Information Technology Initiatives
The information sharing resource for the Justice and Public Safety communities.