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Crime Gun Intelligence Center Practices: Lessons Learned From the Field
This paper highlights critical steps that all Crime Gun Intelligence Centers (CGICs) should incorporate into their crime-gun processing, as well as processes currently used by effective CGICs.
This resource includes chapters that focus on the following areas: Recovered Ballistic Evidence; The Strategic Use of Crime Gun Tracing and Its Relation to NIBIN; Considerations for Federal and Local Prosecutors; and Crime Gun Intelligence Center Implementation Checklist.