JOIN THE NCRIC AND HELP US MAKE OUR COMMUNITIES A SAFER PLACE

The NCRIC is able to achieve its core mission of combating terrorism and major crime through the cooperative efforts of agencies and private concerns like yours.

Benefits to Law Enforcement Partners 



  • Direct communication with a law enforcement intelligence center and the National Fusion Center Enterprise
  • Regularly published situational awareness and informational bulletins (Partner Update Briefs-PUB)
  • Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) training and the associated program
  • Timely, accurate and relevant threat and criminal intelligence products tailored to local, state, tribal and federal law enforcement partners to prevent and mitigate terrorist and other criminal threats to public safety
  • Intelligence and consequence management support to incident commanders or public safety agencies in response to or during homeland security threats, regional critical incidents and special events through the NCRIC's 24/7 Duty Officer program
  • Threat & Vulnerability Assessments relating to Critical Infrastructure & Key Resources (CIKR) and regional Special Events by trained CIKR staff
  • Training regarding civil liberties and privacy protection of citizens from unlawful collection and dissemination of information that does not meet the standards of Section 28 C.F.R. Part 23 and the California Attorney General's Procedures for Maintaining Criminal Information Sharing Files & Operational Activities
  • Other Law Enforcement training, at no cost, regarding Terrorism, Narcotics, Gangs, Officer Safety & other relevant LE topics
  • Access to the Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) program to create and maintain strong relationships with law enforcement and public safety partners in the NCRIC's AOR to ensure timely information sharing, full situational awareness and efficient use of resources
  • Membership for law enforcement partners to the NCRIC website and automated Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) page to report non-urgent tips & leads, ensure reliable information sharing and access resources available from the NCRIC
  • Resource sharing, including investigative equipment and technical support for major criminal investigations to the region's federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
  • Gang and narcotics intelligence as well as related training opportunities
  • Priority for training
  • On-line Training Registration with auto complete
  • Receive Officer Safety Alerts and Bulletins
  • Updated Drug Trend and Concealment Methods
  • Access to Surveillance Techniques and Specialized Equipment
  • Electronic Submission and Sharing of Criminal Incidents, Narcotics and Terrorism Intelligence
  • Access to Investigative Support and other NCRIC / NC HIDTA Personnel


Benefits of Public Safety (First Responders) / Government  Partnership 



  • Priority for Training
  • Direct communication with a law enforcement intelligence center and the National Fusion Center Enterprise
  • Regularly published situational awareness and informational bulletins (Partner Update Briefs-PUB)
  • Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) training and the associated program
  • Access to sensitive "For Official Use Only" (FOUO) information which has been developed and provided to reduce risk and vulnerability to Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR)
  • Support from the NCRIC Risk Management Unit
  • Participation in classified DHS briefing (Must possess a valid security clearance to participate)
  • Event specific situational awareness briefings
  • Participation in the National Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) initiative
  • Access to suspicious activity reported in the NCRIC area of responsibility
  • Direct communication with the NCRIC Outreach Officers
  • Participation in Information sharing meetings
  • Low or no cost training opportunities
  • Access to the NCRIC members only secure website and associated resources
  • Membership in the National Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)
  • Networking opportunities with other members of the Law Enforcement and Public Safety community 
  • Receive Officer Safety Alerts and Bulletins 
  • Electronic Submission and Sharing of Criminal Incidents, Narcotics and Terrorism Intelligence 


Benefits of Healthcare/Public Health Partnership 

 

Healthcare/Public Health professionals who are employed by a government agency or affiliated with a government agency through an executed contract, who serve in a public health function, i.e. Public Health Officers, EMT, Paramedic, Health/Hospital Emergency Manager, Communicable/Infectious Disease, Behavioral Health & Recovery (addiction), Environmental Health.

The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) Healthcare/Public Health is provided as a free public service, designed to enhance communication and information sharing between law enforcement, Healthcare/Public Health, as well as other public safety organizations and the private sector. The NCRIC Healthcare/Public Health program, which is one of the most progressive of its type in the nation, offers many benefits designed to meet the needs of our membership to include:

  • Direct communication with a law enforcement intelligence center and the National Fusion Center Enterprise
  • Regularly published situational awareness and informational bulletins (Partner Update Briefs-PUB)
  • Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO) training and the associated program
  • Access to sensitive "For Official Use Only" (FOUO) information which has been developed and provided to reduce risk and vulnerability to Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR)
  • Support from the NCRIC Risk Management Unit
  • Participation in classified DHS briefing (Must possess a valid security clearance to participate)
  • Event specific situational awareness briefings
  • Participation in the National Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) initiative
  • Access to suspicious activity reported in the NCRIC area of responsibility
  • Direct communication with the NCRIC Medical Liaison Officer
  • Participation in Information sharing meetings
  • Low or no cost training opportunities
  • Access to the NCRIC members only secure website and associated resources
  • Membership in the National Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)
  • Networking opportunities with other members of the Healthcare/Public Health community
     

 Benefits of Private Sector Partnership 

 

Private sector businesses, academic representative & non public safety
governmental officials.

The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) private sector program is provided as a free public service, designed to enhance communication and information sharing between law enforcement, public safety organizations and the private sector. The NCRIC private sector program, which is one of the most progressive of its type in the nation, offers many benefits designed to meet the needs of our membership to include: 

  • Direct communication with a law enforcement intelligence center and the National Fusion Center Enterprise
  • Regularly published situational awareness updates
  • Regularly published situational awareness and informational bulletins (Partner Update Briefs-PUB)
  • Access to sensitive "For Official Use Only" (FOUO) information that has been developed and provided to reduce risk and vulnerability to Critical Infrastructure and Key Resources (CIKR)
  • Support from the NCRIC Risk Management Unit
  • Participation in classified DHS briefing (Must possess a valid security clearance to participate)
  • Event specific situational awareness briefings
  • Participation in the National Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) initiative
  • Access to suspicious activity reported in the NCRIC area of responsibility
  • Direct communication with the NCRIC Private Sector Engagement Director
  • Participation in Information sharing meetings
  • Low or no cost training opportunities
  • Access to the NCRIC members only secure website and associated resources
  • Membership in the National Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) 
  • Networking opportunities with other members of the private sector community
     

 

 
 

Who Should Participate

 Law Enforcement

 First Responders

 Government

 Private Sector

  


Law Enforcement / Govt Partners
  • Alameda County District Attorney's Office
  • Alameda County Sheriff's Office
  • Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
  • California Department of Justice
    • Bureau of Investigation and Intelligence
    • Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement
  • California Highway Patrol
  • California National Guard
  • California STTAC Contributors
  • Contra Costa County Sheriff's Office
  • Department of Emergency Management San Francisco
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Drug Enforcement Administration
  • FBI Field Division, San Francisco
  • Federal Protective Service
  • Federal Reserve Bank Police - San Francisco
  • Immigration & Customs Enforcement
  • Internal Revenue Service
  • Los Angeles Joint Regional Intelligence Center
  • Marin County Sheriff's Office
  • Oakland Fire Department 
  • Redwood City Police Department
  • Regional Information Sharing Systems
  • Sacramento Central California Intelligence Center
  • San Diego Law Enforcement Coordination Center
  • San Francisco County Sheriff's Department
  • San Francisco Fire Department
  • San Francisco Police Department
  • San Jose Police Department
  • San Mateo County Sheriff's Office
  • Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office
  • US Attorney's Office Northern District of California
  • United States Coast Guard
  • United States Marshals Service
  • United States Postal Inspection Service
  • Western States Information Network



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