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Glen A. Tobias, National Chair<br />

Abraham H. Foxman, National Director<br />

Thomas C. Homburger, Chair, National Executive Committee<br />

Caryl M. Stern, Chief Operat<strong>in</strong>g Officer/<br />

Senior Associate National Director<br />

Kenneth Jacobson, Senior Associate National Director/<br />

Special Advisor to the National Director<br />

David R. Schaefer, Chair, Civil Rights Committee<br />

Richard D. Glovsky, Chair, Education Committee<br />

Ed S. Alster, Director, Education<br />

Lucille S. Kantor, Chair, A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE ® Institute<br />

L<strong>in</strong>dsay J. Friedman, Director, A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE ® Institute


Anti-Bias Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g Resources<br />

for the <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Community<br />

Anti-Defamation League<br />

The Anti-Defamation League was founded <strong>in</strong> 1913 "to stop the defamation of the<br />

Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all." Now one of the nation’s<br />

premier civil rights/human relations agencies, <strong>ADL</strong> fights anti-Semitism and all forms of<br />

bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all. A leader <strong>in</strong> the<br />

development of materials, programs and services, <strong>ADL</strong> builds bridges of communication,<br />

understand<strong>in</strong>g and respect among diverse groups, carry<strong>in</strong>g out our mission<br />

through a network of 30 Regional and Satellite Offices <strong>in</strong> the United States as well as<br />

offices abroad.<br />

The Anti-Defamation League’s <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Initiative<br />

The Anti-Defamation League (<strong>ADL</strong>) has an extensive record of work<strong>in</strong>g with the law<br />

enforcement community to combat the threat hate groups and extremists pose to<br />

America’s security and democratic values. <strong>ADL</strong>, a lead<strong>in</strong>g source of current <strong>in</strong>formation<br />

on extremists and hate groups, provides tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g programs and sem<strong>in</strong>ars to assist<br />

law enforcement <strong>in</strong> develop<strong>in</strong>g and susta<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g efforts to counter extremism and hatemotivated<br />

behavior. The League’s <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Initiative promotes, organizes and<br />

susta<strong>in</strong>s relationships with law enforcement professionals by way of the follow<strong>in</strong>g<br />

objectives:<br />

• Strengthen the ability of police to combat hate groups, extremism and hate crimes.<br />

• Protect citizens from hate crimes, assist victims and br<strong>in</strong>g perpetrators to justice.<br />

• Enhance the ability of law enforcement personnel to work with<strong>in</strong> a diverse and pluralistic<br />

society.<br />

• Strengthen <strong>ADL</strong> and law enforcement partnerships.<br />

<strong>ADL</strong>’s Anti-Bias Education Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g<br />

Also known as the A WORKPLACE OF DIFFERENCE Special Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g for <strong>Law</strong><br />

<strong>Enforcement</strong> Professionals, the Anti-Bias Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g program is designed to provide<br />

proven contemporary and up-to-date education for law enforcement agencies across<br />

the country. The tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g curriculum will assist law enforcement employees—sworn and<br />

civilian—to identify the impact cultural diversity, bias, stereotypes and assumptions<br />

have on employee and community relations and to develop effective <strong>in</strong>terpersonal<br />

skills and strategies to enhance polic<strong>in</strong>g efforts.<br />

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Challenges and Opportunities:<br />

<strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> <strong>in</strong> a <strong>Diverse</strong> <strong>Society</strong><br />

Even with<strong>in</strong> a community that first appears to be homogenous, misunderstand<strong>in</strong>gs and<br />

miscommunication can arise between community members and law enforcement personnel.<br />

<strong>Law</strong> enforcement officials who can readily identify common cultural norms,<br />

beliefs and experiences, as well as attitudes about law enforcement, have a framework<br />

for build<strong>in</strong>g effective communication and relationships with the community.<br />

<strong>Law</strong> enforcement staff must constantly hone their communication and <strong>in</strong>terpersonal<br />

skills to ga<strong>in</strong> and ma<strong>in</strong>ta<strong>in</strong> public trust and cooperation. The United States has always<br />

been a multicultural society, but recent shifts <strong>in</strong> demographics <strong>in</strong>dicate that those who<br />

serve the public will need to develop and/or enhance their cross-cultural competencies<br />

as part of an effective community relations program. A sample of national demographics<br />

reveals:<br />

• The white population has decl<strong>in</strong>ed from consist<strong>in</strong>g of 87 percent <strong>in</strong> 1950 to a projected<br />

67 percent <strong>in</strong> 2010. Whites will consist of only a slim majority (51 percent)<br />

by 2050.<br />

• The black population will have <strong>in</strong>creased from 10 percent <strong>in</strong> 1950 to 13 percent <strong>in</strong><br />

2010.<br />

• Asians, who represented only 1 percent of the population <strong>in</strong> 1950, are projected to<br />

represent 5 percent <strong>in</strong> 2010.<br />

• Hispanics, the fastest grow<strong>in</strong>g segment, were only 3 percent of the population <strong>in</strong><br />

1950. They are expected to grow to 14 percent by 2010 and 26 percent <strong>in</strong> 2050.<br />

• Immigration is <strong>in</strong>creas<strong>in</strong>g. Immigrants will account for two-thirds of the population<br />

growth by 2050.<br />

Source: Smith, James P. and Ed Monston, Barry, ed. The New Americans: Economic,<br />

Demographic and Fiscal Effects of Immigration, 1977. Wash<strong>in</strong>gton DC: National Academy<br />

Press.<br />

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Challenges<br />

Listed below are several examples of how changes <strong>in</strong> demographics can impact law<br />

enforcement practices:<br />

I. Communication<br />

• Citizens who are not fluent <strong>in</strong> English are still protected by the same constitutional<br />

guarantees as anyone else. <strong>Law</strong> enforcement agencies may need to<br />

look at how to assure that rights are protected dur<strong>in</strong>g police and community<br />

member <strong>in</strong>teractions when law enforcement personnel and community members<br />

do not speak the same language or understand the same precepts.<br />

• Eye contact and/or hand gestures can signal respect or defiance, depend<strong>in</strong>g<br />

on the situation. In some cultures, avoid<strong>in</strong>g eye contact and say<strong>in</strong>g very little<br />

shows respect; <strong>in</strong> others, this same behavior signals lack of <strong>in</strong>terest or contempt.<br />

<strong>Law</strong> enforcement staff who measure veracity by only one standard may<br />

mis<strong>in</strong>terpret a respectful communication by a community member.<br />

• The American OK sign (thumb and foref<strong>in</strong>ger form<strong>in</strong>g a circle) is considered an<br />

obscene gesture <strong>in</strong> Brazil and Arab cultures; it means money <strong>in</strong> Japanese and<br />

zero or worthless <strong>in</strong> French. Imag<strong>in</strong>e the confusion this simple gesture could<br />

cause dur<strong>in</strong>g an <strong>in</strong>teraction between recent immigrants and law enforcement<br />

staff.<br />

II. Cultural Practices<br />

• In some Asian cultures, only the oldest family member will deal with the police<br />

on behalf of the family. This <strong>in</strong>formation could assist law enforcement personnel<br />

(particularly <strong>in</strong>vestigators and victim assistance staff) <strong>in</strong> know<strong>in</strong>g who<br />

should be the first po<strong>in</strong>t of contact.<br />

• Often victims <strong>in</strong> their countries of orig<strong>in</strong>, many immigrants from Southeast Asia<br />

fear the police, and will not seek their assistance or report crimes.<br />

• In some Lat<strong>in</strong> American countries, the presence of people socializ<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> the<br />

street, often till late <strong>in</strong> the even<strong>in</strong>g, is an <strong>in</strong>dication that the neighborhood is<br />

“safe.” However, <strong>in</strong> many neighborhoods <strong>in</strong> the U.S., such gather<strong>in</strong>gs are considered<br />

disorderly and deserv<strong>in</strong>g of police <strong>in</strong>tervention.<br />

• A Southeast Asian family may be <strong>in</strong>vestigated for child abuse if health professionals<br />

note the sk<strong>in</strong> lesions caused by traditional co<strong>in</strong> rubb<strong>in</strong>g (co<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g is<br />

believed to be a heal<strong>in</strong>g practice by some communities).<br />

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III. Economic Factors<br />

• The middle class is shr<strong>in</strong>k<strong>in</strong>g and the gap between rich and poor is grow<strong>in</strong>g<br />

wider, caus<strong>in</strong>g tension <strong>in</strong> large communities.<br />

• In the traditional role of crime fighters, the police have more <strong>in</strong>teractions with<br />

those from the lower socioeconomic class. People <strong>in</strong> this group often experience<br />

a cycle of <strong>in</strong>adequate hous<strong>in</strong>g, <strong>in</strong>adequate education, joblessness, welfare<br />

and a resentment of those who control the social system, mak<strong>in</strong>g the job of<br />

the police much more difficult.<br />

• Seventy-two percent of large cities have reported a rise <strong>in</strong> the demand for<br />

emergency hous<strong>in</strong>g. Although homelessness itself is not a crime, the activities<br />

of some homeless people do violate laws and local ord<strong>in</strong>ances. Police need to<br />

strike a balance between <strong>in</strong>sur<strong>in</strong>g due process, protect<strong>in</strong>g of rights of the<br />

homeless, and adher<strong>in</strong>g to the law.<br />

Source: The United States Conference of Mayors. A Status Report on Hunger and<br />

Homelessness, 2000.<br />

IV. Intolerance<br />

• Accusations of uneven polic<strong>in</strong>g by any segment of the population can seriously<br />

damage the reputation and effectiveness of <strong>in</strong>dividual officers and entire<br />

departments. Biased attitudes among officers violate every tenet of good<br />

polic<strong>in</strong>g and re<strong>in</strong>force the isolation of victims and the groups they represent.<br />

<strong>Law</strong> enforcement personnel who take a proactive approach to address<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong>dividual<br />

and <strong>in</strong>stitutional behaviors that are based on stereotypes and biases<br />

ga<strong>in</strong> a significant advantage <strong>in</strong> ma<strong>in</strong>ta<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g good employee and community<br />

relations.<br />

Source: Miller, L<strong>in</strong>da S. and Hess, Karen M. The Police <strong>in</strong> the Community: Strategies<br />

for the 21st Century.<br />

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Opportunities<br />

In order to create effective police and community relations, law enforcement professionals<br />

must address bias and overcome cultural, racial and socioeconomic barriers<br />

that exist between the police and community. This task is not accomplished quickly or<br />

easily, as some of these barriers are historical and deeply rooted. However, once trust<br />

is established, it can form the cornerstone of good community and police relations. Antibias<br />

education programs can:<br />

• Help create a safer work<strong>in</strong>g environment for officers. Equipped with knowledge<br />

to better understand and communicate with the diverse communities they<br />

serve, officers may beg<strong>in</strong> to handle certa<strong>in</strong> situations differently, possibly sav<strong>in</strong>g<br />

lives and reduc<strong>in</strong>g the risk of <strong>in</strong>jury.<br />

• Create a framework for develop<strong>in</strong>g cross-cultural communication skills and<br />

strategies that will enhance police and community relations. <strong>Law</strong> enforcement<br />

staff spends a significant amount of time and energy plann<strong>in</strong>g for some events<br />

that, hopefully, will never occur. However, every agency is likely to experience<br />

some form of cultural conflict, either with<strong>in</strong> the department or <strong>in</strong> <strong>in</strong>teractions<br />

with community members.<br />

• Provide a mechanism for department staff to address <strong>in</strong>terpersonal differences<br />

that occur between and among employees.<br />

The League’s A WORKPLACE OF DIFFERENCE TM Special Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g for <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong><br />

Professionals can assist department staff <strong>in</strong> creat<strong>in</strong>g effective strategies for implement<strong>in</strong>g<br />

anti-bias tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g programs <strong>in</strong> a variety of ways.<br />

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Books and Publications<br />

Bibliography and Resources<br />

Mark Correia. Citizen Involvement: How Community Factors Affect Progressive Polic<strong>in</strong>g.<br />

Police Executive Research Forum, 1120 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 930,<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036; 888-202-4563.<br />

Henry DeGeneste and John Sullivan. Polic<strong>in</strong>g a Multicultural Community. Police<br />

Executive Research Forum, 1120 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 930, Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC<br />

20036; 888-202-4563.<br />

Lorie Firdell, Robert Lunney, Drew Diamond, Bruce Kubu. Racially Biased Polic<strong>in</strong>g: A<br />

Pr<strong>in</strong>cipled Response. Police Executive Research Forum, 1120 Connecticut Avenue NW,<br />

Suite 930, Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036; 888-202-4563.<br />

Gerald W. Lynch, Ph.D. Human Dignity and the Police. Charles C. Thomas.<br />

L<strong>in</strong>da S. Miller and Karen M. Hess. The Police <strong>in</strong> the Community: Strategies for the 21st<br />

Century, third edition. Wadsworth.<br />

Samuel Walker, with response by Richard Myers. Police Interactions with Racial and<br />

Ethnic M<strong>in</strong>orities: Resolv<strong>in</strong>g the Contradictions Between Allegations and Evidence.<br />

Police Executive Research Forum, 1120 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 930,<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036; 888-202-4563.<br />

Lloyd L. We<strong>in</strong>reb and James D. Whaley. The Field Guide to <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong>. Wadsworth.<br />

A Resource Guide on Racial Profil<strong>in</strong>g Data Collection, Promis<strong>in</strong>g Practices and Lessons<br />

Learned. NCJ 184768; U.S. Department of Justice, November 2000.<br />

Community Polic<strong>in</strong>g on Campus. International Association of Campus <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong>,<br />

342 N. Ma<strong>in</strong> Street, West Hartford, CT 06117-2507; Telephone: 860-586-7517;<br />

www.iaclea.org.<br />

Extremism <strong>in</strong> America. Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY<br />

10017, www.adl.org/learn.<br />

Extremists Turn on Each Other. Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New<br />

York, NY 10017, www.adl.org/learn.<br />

Handl<strong>in</strong>g Cultural Diversity on Campus. International Association of Campus <strong>Law</strong><br />

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<strong>Enforcement</strong>, 342 N. Ma<strong>in</strong> Street, West Hartford, CT 06117-2507. Telephone: 860-586-<br />

7517; www.iaclea.org.<br />

Hate on Display. Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY<br />

10017; www.adl.org/learn.<br />

New Hate Symbol Guide. Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New York,<br />

NY 10017; www.adl.org/learn.<br />

Prison Extremism and First Amendment: Q & A. Anti-Defamation League, 823 United<br />

Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017; www.adl.org/learn.<br />

Recruit<strong>in</strong>g and Reta<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g Women: A Self-Assessment Guide for <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong>.<br />

National Center for Women and Polic<strong>in</strong>g.<br />

The Campus <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Journal. International Association of Campus <strong>Law</strong><br />

<strong>Enforcement</strong>, 342 N. Ma<strong>in</strong> Street, West Hartford, CT 06117-2507; Telephone: (860) 586-<br />

7517; www.iaclea.org.<br />

Articles<br />

“Experiences of Racial Profil<strong>in</strong>g <strong>in</strong> Denver.” The Colorado Progressive Coalition, August<br />

2000.<br />

David A. Harris. “Driv<strong>in</strong>g While Black: Racial Profil<strong>in</strong>g on Our Nation's Highways.” An<br />

American Civil Liberties Union Special Report, June 1999.<br />

Pamela Moore. “Build<strong>in</strong>g Partnerships Police, Mediators Work Together to Promote Public<br />

Safety.” Dispute Resolution, Fall 2000.<br />

PolicyL<strong>in</strong>k. “Community Centered Polic<strong>in</strong>g: A Force for Change.” PolicyL<strong>in</strong>k<br />

Communications Office, New York, NY.<br />

William Tucker. “The Tragedy of Racial Profil<strong>in</strong>g.” The Weekly Standard, June 18, 2001.<br />

Newsletters and Magaz<strong>in</strong>es<br />

<strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Bullet<strong>in</strong>, Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New<br />

York, NY 10017; www.adl.org/learn.<br />

<strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> News, John Jay College of Crim<strong>in</strong>al Justice/CUNY, 555 West 57th<br />

Street, New York, NY 10019.<br />

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Terrorism Update, Anti-Defamation League, 823 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY<br />

10017; www.adl.org/learn.<br />

FOP Journal, publications@grandlodgefop.org; Phone: 615-399-0900.<br />

The FBI <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Bullet<strong>in</strong>, 935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC<br />

20535-0001; www.fbi.gov/publications/leb/leb.html.<br />

NOBLE Actions (Newsletter), National Organization of Black <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives<br />

(NOBLE). National Office, 4609 P<strong>in</strong>ecrest, Office Park Drive, Suite F, Alexandria, VA,<br />

22312-1442. Phone: 703-658-1529; Fax: 703-658-9479, www.noblenatl.org.<br />

NOBLE National (Magaz<strong>in</strong>e), National Organization of Black <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives<br />

(NOBLE). National Office, 4609 P<strong>in</strong>ecrest, Office Park Drive, Suite F, Alexandria, VA.<br />

22312-1442; Phone: 703-658-1529; Fax: 703-658-9479; www.noblenatl.org.<br />

Sheriff, National Sheriff's Association, 1450 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3490;<br />

Phone: 703-836-7827; www.sheriffs.org.<br />

Community L<strong>in</strong>ks, National Sheriff's Association, 1450 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA<br />

22314-3490; Phone: 703-836-7827; www.sheriffs.org.<br />

National Association of Women <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives Newsletter, National<br />

Association of Women <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives, 3 Dunham Street, Carver, MA 02330.<br />

Community Polic<strong>in</strong>g Exchange, Community Polic<strong>in</strong>g Consortium, 1726 M Street NW,<br />

Suite 801,Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036; Phone: 800-833-3085; Fax: 202-833-9295;<br />

www.communitypolic<strong>in</strong>g.org.<br />

Agencies and Professional Associations<br />

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), 515 North Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Street,<br />

Alexandria, VA, 22314; Phone: 703-836-6767; Toll Free: 1-800-THE IACP; Fax: 703-836-<br />

4543; www.theiacp.org.<br />

National Organization of Black <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives (NOBLE), National Office,<br />

4609 P<strong>in</strong>ecrest, Office Park Drive, Suite F, Alexandria, VA 22312-1442; Phone: 703-658-<br />

1529; Fax: 703-658-9479; www.noblenatl.org.<br />

National Sheriff's Association (NSA), 1450 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314-3490;<br />

Phone: 703-836-7827; www.sheriffs.org.<br />

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Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), 1120 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 930,<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036; Phone: 202-446-7820; www.policeforum.org.<br />

National Association of Women <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Executives, 3 Dunham Street, Carver,<br />

MA 02330; <strong>in</strong>fo@nawlee.com.<br />

National Center for Women & Polic<strong>in</strong>g, 8105 W. Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048;<br />

Phone: 323-651-2532; Fax: 323-653-2689; www.fem<strong>in</strong>ist.org/police/ncwp.<br />

Asian <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Association, P.O. Box 56652, Chicago, IL 60656;<br />

www.aalea.org.<br />

Community Polic<strong>in</strong>g Consortium, 1726 M Street, NW, Suite 801,Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20036;<br />

Phone: (800) 833-3085; Fax: 202-833-9295; www.communitypolic<strong>in</strong>g.org.<br />

Community Oriented Polic<strong>in</strong>g Services (COPS), 1100 Vermont Avenue NW, Wash<strong>in</strong>gton,<br />

DC 20530; Phone: 202-514-2058; FAX: 202-616-8594; DOJ Response Center: 800- 421-<br />

6770; www.usdoj.gov/cops.<br />

National Crim<strong>in</strong>al Justice Reference Service (NJCRS), P.O. Box 6000, Rockville, MD<br />

20849-6000; Phone: 800-851-3420; Local: 301-519-5500; www.ncjrs.org.<br />

Fraternal Order of Police, 1410 Donelson Pike, Suite A-17, Nashville, TN 37217; Phone:<br />

615-399-0900; Fax: 615-399-0400; www.grandlodgefop.org.<br />

The follow<strong>in</strong>g is a list of law enforcement agencies and professional organizations that<br />

can provide assistance <strong>in</strong> deal<strong>in</strong>g with extremist-related crimes:<br />

Military <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong><br />

Anti-Defamation League<br />

823 United Nations Plaza<br />

New York, NY 10017<br />

212-885-7700<br />

www.adl.org<br />

U.S. Army Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation Division Command<br />

USACIDC Director of Public Affairs<br />

6010 6th Street<br />

Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5506<br />

703-806-0374<br />

www.belvoir.army.mil/cidc<br />

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Naval Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigative Service (Code 00)<br />

716 Sicard Street SE, Suite 2000<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Navy Yard, DC 20388-5380<br />

800-522-3451<br />

www.ncis.navy.mil<br />

Air Force Office of Special Investigations<br />

Public Affairs Office<br />

1535 Command Drive, Suite C-309<br />

Andrews Air Force Base, MD 20762-7002<br />

240-857-0989<br />

www.dtic.mil/afosi<br />

Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g Agencies and Programs<br />

Anti-Defamation League<br />

823 United Nations Plaza<br />

New York, NY 10017<br />

212-885-7700<br />

www.adl.org<br />

State and Local Anti-Terrorism Tra<strong>in</strong><strong>in</strong>g Program<br />

c/o Institute for Intergovernmental Research<br />

P.O. Box 12729<br />

Tallahassee, FL 32317-2729<br />

850-385-4563<br />

www.iir.com/default<br />

Federal Agencies That Deal With Extremist-Related Crimes<br />

Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

J. Edgar Hoover Build<strong>in</strong>g<br />

935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20535-0001<br />

202-324-3000<br />

www.fbi.gov/homepage<br />

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms<br />

Intelligence Division<br />

650 Massachusetts Avenue NW<br />

Room 7000<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20226-0013<br />

202-927-5838<br />

www.atf.treas.gov<br />

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Internal Revenue Service<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation Division<br />

1111 Constitution Avenue NW<br />

Room 2528<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20226<br />

800-829-0433<br />

www.ustreas.gov/irs/ci<br />

United States Marshals Service<br />

600 Army-Navy Drive<br />

Arl<strong>in</strong>gton, VA 22202-4210<br />

202-307-9065<br />

www.usdoj.gov/marshals<br />

F<strong>in</strong>ancial Crimes <strong>Enforcement</strong> Network<br />

1099 14th Street NW, Suite 400<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20005<br />

1-800-SOS-BUCK<br />

www.ustreas.gov/f<strong>in</strong>cen<br />

Treasury Inspector General for Tax Adm<strong>in</strong>istration<br />

Compla<strong>in</strong>ts Management Division<br />

1125 15th Street NW, Suite 700A<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20005<br />

202-927-7186<br />

www.ustreas.gov/tigta<br />

National Park Service<br />

1849 C Street NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20240<br />

202-208-6843<br />

www.nps.gov<br />

Bureau of Land Management<br />

National <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Office<br />

3833 S. Development Avenue<br />

Boise, ID 83705<br />

208-387-5126<br />

www.blm.gov/nhp/pubs/brochures/law<br />

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General Services Adm<strong>in</strong>istration<br />

Office of Federal Protective Service<br />

1800 F Street NW, Room 2341<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20405-0002<br />

202-501-0907<br />

www.hydra.gsa.gov/pbs/fps<br />

U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons<br />

320 First Street NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20534<br />

888-317-8455<br />

www.bop.gov<br />

Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture<br />

<strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> and Investigations<br />

14th and Independence Avenue SW<br />

P.O. Box 96090<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20090-6090<br />

703-605-4690<br />

www.fs.fed.us<br />

Weapons of Mass Destruction Operations Unit<br />

Counterterrorism Division<br />

Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20535<br />

202-324-6928<br />

www.fbi.gov<br />

Domestic Terrorism Analysis Unit<br />

Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Room 11741<br />

935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20535<br />

202-324-9352<br />

Domestic Terrorism Program<br />

Federal Bureau of Investigation, Norfolk Division<br />

150 Corporate Boulevard<br />

Norfolk, VA 23502<br />

757-455-0100<br />

www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/norfolk/domterr<br />

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Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Groups and Task Forces<br />

Anti-Defamation League<br />

823 United Nations Plaza<br />

New York, NY 10017<br />

Phone: 212-885-7700<br />

www.adl.org<br />

Missouri Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

1300 Summit Street<br />

Kansas City, MO 64105-1362<br />

Attn: Work<strong>in</strong>g Group Coord<strong>in</strong>ator<br />

573-636-8814<br />

E-mail: kansas.city@fbi.gov<br />

Kansas Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

1300 Summit Street<br />

Kansas City, MO 64105-1362<br />

Attn: Work<strong>in</strong>g Group Coord<strong>in</strong>ator<br />

816-512-8200<br />

E-mail: kansas.city@fbi.gov<br />

Kansas/Missouri Bomb Technician Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

1300 Summit Street<br />

Kansas City, MO 64105-1362<br />

Attn: Work<strong>in</strong>g Group Coord<strong>in</strong>ator<br />

573-636-8814<br />

E-mail: kansas.city@fbi.gov<br />

New Mexico Domestic Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o New Mexico Department of Public Safety<br />

Office of Emergency Management<br />

13 Bataan Boulevard<br />

P.O. Box 1628<br />

Santa Fe, NM 87504-1628<br />

505-476-9676<br />

www.dps.nm.org/emergency/em_<strong>in</strong>dex<br />

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North Texas Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Dallas Field Office<br />

1801 N. Lamar Street<br />

Dallas, TX 75202-1795<br />

214-720-2200<br />

dallas.fbi.gov/contact/fo/dl/dalh<br />

Northwest Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Regional Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

Snohomish County Emergency Management<br />

2623 Oakes Avenue<br />

Everett, WA 98201<br />

www.snodem.org/dem/<strong>in</strong>dex<br />

Utah Olympic Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

Salt Lake City Police Department<br />

315 East 200 South<br />

Salt Lake City, UT 84111<br />

801-799-3715<br />

Puget Sound Counterterrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

1110 Third Avenue<br />

Seattle, WA 98101-2904<br />

www.seattle.fbi.gov/contact/fo/seattle/terrorism<br />

Inland Northwest Regional Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Spokane Police Department<br />

1100 West Mallon<br />

Spokane, WA 99260<br />

509-625-4000<br />

www.seattle.fbi.gov/contact/fo/seattle/terrorism<br />

Indiana Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o State Emergency Management Agency<br />

Indiana Government Center South<br />

302 W. Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Street, Room E208<br />

Indianapolis, IN 46204<br />

317-233-4280<br />

www.state.<strong>in</strong>.us/sema/terrorism<br />

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Indianapolis Division Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Indianapolis Division<br />

575 North Pennsylvania Street, Room # 679<br />

Indianapolis, IN 46204<br />

317-639-3301<br />

www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/ip/taskforc<br />

Atlanta Division Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Suite 400<br />

2635 Century Center Parkway, NE<br />

Atlanta, GA 30345<br />

404-679-9000<br />

www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/atlanta/taskforces<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton DC Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

601 4th Street NW<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20535<br />

202-278-2000<br />

Bay Area Terrorism Work<strong>in</strong>g Group<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

450 Golden Gate Avenue, 13th Floor<br />

San Francisco, CA 94102-9523<br />

415-553-7400<br />

www.sanfrancisco.fbi.gov/contact/fo/sanfran/sfnatsec<br />

Boston Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

One Center Plaza, Suite 600<br />

Boston, MA 02108<br />

617-742-5533<br />

www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/boston/taskforce<br />

Oklahoma City Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

3301 West Memorial Drive<br />

Oklahoma City, OK 73134<br />

405-290-7770<br />

www.ogia.net<br />

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M<strong>in</strong>neapolis Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

111 Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Ave South, Suite 1100<br />

M<strong>in</strong>neapolis, MN 55401<br />

612-376-3200<br />

www.m<strong>in</strong>neapolis.fbi.gov/contact/fo/m<strong>in</strong>n/nfip<br />

Tampa Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

500 Zack Street, Suite 610<br />

Tampa, FL 33602<br />

813-273-4566<br />

www.tampa.fbi.gov<br />

Sacramento Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

4500 Orange Grove Avenue<br />

Sacramento, CA 95841-4205<br />

916-481-9110<br />

www.sacramento.fbi.gov<br />

Chicago Terrorist Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

219 South Dearborn Street, Suite 905<br />

Chicago, IL 60604<br />

312-431-1333<br />

www.chicago.fbi.gov/contact/fo/chgo/ctprog<br />

Charlotte Domestic Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Wachovia Build<strong>in</strong>g, Suite 900<br />

400 South Tyron Street<br />

Charlotte, NC 28285-0001<br />

704-377-9200<br />

www.charlotte.fbi.gov<br />

Miami Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

16320 Northwest Second Avenue<br />

North Miami Beach, FL 33169-6508<br />

305-944-9101<br />

www.miami.fbi.gov<br />

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Denver Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

1823 Byron G. Rogers Federal Bldg<br />

1961 Stout Street, Suite 1823<br />

Denver, CO 80294<br />

303-629-7171<br />

www.denver.fbi.gov/contact/fo/denver/<strong>in</strong>teterr<br />

Phoenix Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

201 E. Indianola, Suite 400<br />

Phoenix, AZ 85012<br />

602-279-5511<br />

www.phoenix.fbi.gov/contact/fo/phnx/pxterr<br />

Portland Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Crown Plaza Build<strong>in</strong>g, Suite 400<br />

1500 Southwest 1st Avenue<br />

Portland, OR 97201-5828<br />

503-224-4181<br />

www.portland.fbi.gov/contact/fo/pd/<strong>in</strong>vprog<br />

Houston Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

2500 East T. C. Jester, Suite 200<br />

Houston, TX 77008<br />

713-693-5000<br />

www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/ho/fbipartn<br />

New York City Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

26 Federal Plaza, 23rd Floor<br />

New York, NY 10278-0004<br />

212-384-1000<br />

www.newyork.fbi.gov<br />

Philadelphia Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

William J. Green Jr. Build<strong>in</strong>g, 8th Floor<br />

600 Arch Street<br />

Philadelphia, PA 19106<br />

215-418-4000<br />

www.philadelphia.fbi.gov<br />

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Los Angeles Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Suite 1700, FOB<br />

11000 Wilshire Boulevard<br />

Los Angeles, CA 90024-3672<br />

310-477-6565<br />

www.losangeles.fbi.gov<br />

San Antonio Jo<strong>in</strong>t Terrorism Task Force<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

U.S. Post Office Courthouse Build<strong>in</strong>g, Suite 200<br />

615 East Houston Street<br />

San Antonio, TX 78205-9998<br />

210-225-6741<br />

www.sanantonio.fbi.gov<br />

State Agencies That Deal With Extremist-Related Crimes<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation Bureau<br />

Alaska State Troopers<br />

5700 E. Tudor Road<br />

Anchorage, AK 99507<br />

907-269-5611<br />

www.dps.state.ak.us/ast/cib<br />

Arizona Department of Public Safety<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Analyst Coord<strong>in</strong>ator<br />

P.O. Box 6638<br />

Phoenix, AZ 85005-6638<br />

602-223-2339<br />

Bureau of Investigation<br />

California Department of Justice<br />

4949 Broadway, Room D232<br />

Sacramento, CA 95820<br />

916-227-4045<br />

Ill<strong>in</strong>ois State Police Major Crimes/Crim<strong>in</strong>al Extremists Squad<br />

Region I Investigations<br />

9511 W. Harrison<br />

Des Pla<strong>in</strong>es, IL 60016<br />

847-294-4600<br />

847-294-4532 (fax)<br />

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Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation Section<br />

Intelligence Division<br />

Indiana State Police<br />

IGCN - 100 North Senate Avenue<br />

Indianapolis, IN 46204-2259<br />

317-232-7218<br />

www.ai.org/isp/<strong>in</strong>vestigation<br />

Kansas Bureau of Investigation<br />

1620 SW Tyler<br />

Topeka, KS 66612-1837<br />

800-572-7463<br />

www.<strong>in</strong>k.org/public/kbi/ma<strong>in</strong><br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Intelligence Division<br />

Maryland State Police<br />

1201 Reisterstown Road<br />

Pikesville, MD 21208<br />

410-486-3101<br />

www.goccp.org/Plan/msp%20<strong>in</strong>tell<br />

Missouri State Highway Patrol<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Intelligence Unit<br />

P.O. Box 568<br />

1510 E. Elm Street<br />

Jefferson City, MO 65102<br />

573-526-6122<br />

www.mshp.state.mo.us/HP32p001.nsf<br />

Division of Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation<br />

Montana Department of Justice<br />

303 N. Roberts, 3rd Floor<br />

P.O. Box 201417<br />

Helena, MT 59620-1417<br />

406-444-3874<br />

www.doj.state.mt.us/les<br />

Intelligence/Crime Analysis<br />

Nebraska State Patrol<br />

3601 West Mathis, #1028<br />

L<strong>in</strong>coln, NE 68524<br />

402-471-4680<br />

www.nebraska-state-patrol.org/<strong>in</strong>vestigative%20services<br />

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Crim<strong>in</strong>al Intelligence Unit<br />

Nevada Division of Investigation<br />

555 Wright Way<br />

Carson City, NV 89711<br />

775-687-3346<br />

www.ps.state.nv.us/ndihome<br />

Domestic Terrorism and Gang Profil<strong>in</strong>g Unit<br />

New York State Police<br />

1220 Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Avenue<br />

Build<strong>in</strong>g #30, State Campus<br />

Albany, NY 12226-3000<br />

518-457-0276<br />

www.troopers.state.ny.us<br />

Intelligence and Technical Services<br />

North Carol<strong>in</strong>a State Bureau of Investigation<br />

3320 Garner Road<br />

Raleigh, NC 27626<br />

919-662-4500<br />

www.sbi.jus.state.nc.us/sbima<strong>in</strong>/ncsbi<br />

Ohio Bureau of Crim<strong>in</strong>al Identification and Investigation<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Information Unit<br />

P.O. Box 365<br />

London, OH 43140-0365<br />

740-845-2000<br />

www.ag.state.oh.us/bci/bciisum<br />

Organized Crime Intelligence Unit<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton State Patrol<br />

P.O. Box 2347<br />

Olympia, WA 98507<br />

360-753-3277<br />

www.wa.gov/wsp/about/isbhome<br />

Division of Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation<br />

State of Wyom<strong>in</strong>g<br />

316 West 22nd Street<br />

Cheyenne, WY 82002-0150<br />

307-777-7181<br />

www.dci.state.wy.us<br />

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Wyom<strong>in</strong>g Highway Patrol<br />

P.O. Box 1708<br />

Cheyenne, WY 82003-1708<br />

307-777-4306<br />

wydotweb.state.wy.us/Docs/Patrol/Patrol<br />

Investigative Support/Crime Analysis Unit<br />

California Department of Justice<br />

P.O. Box 903387<br />

Sacramento, CA 94203-3870<br />

916-227-4736<br />

www.caag.state.ca.us/bcia2/iscau<br />

Special Prosecutions Unit<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al <strong>Enforcement</strong> Section<br />

Colorado Attorney General's Office<br />

1525 Sherman Street, 5th Floor<br />

Denver, CO 80203<br />

303-866-5773<br />

www.ago.state.co.us/crimenf<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Justice Division<br />

Organized Crime Section<br />

Oregon Department of Justice<br />

610 Hawthorne Avenue SE, Suite 210<br />

Salem, OR 97301<br />

503-378-6347<br />

www.doj.state.or.us/crim<strong>in</strong>al<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigation Services Division<br />

Oregon Department of State Police<br />

3700 SE 92nd Avenue<br />

Portland, OR 97266<br />

503-378-3720<br />

www.osp.state.or.us<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Investigations Bureau<br />

Special Investigations<br />

Utah Department of Public Safety<br />

5272 South College Drive, Suite 200<br />

Murray, UT 84123-2611<br />

801-284-6200<br />

www.cib.ps.state.ut.us/<strong>in</strong>vestigations<br />

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Regional Information Shar<strong>in</strong>g Systems<br />

MAGLOCLEN<br />

(Middle Atlantic-Great Lakes Organized Crime <strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Network)<br />

140 Terry Drive, Suite 100<br />

Newtown, PA 18940<br />

215-504-4910<br />

www.iir.com/riss/Magloclen<br />

Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center<br />

1610 East Sunsh<strong>in</strong>e Street, Suite 100<br />

Spr<strong>in</strong>gfield, MO 65804-1313<br />

417-883-4383<br />

www.iir.com/riss/RISS_centers.htm#MOCIC<br />

New England State Police Information Network<br />

124 Grove Street, Suite 305<br />

Frankl<strong>in</strong>, MA 02038-3159<br />

508-528-8200<br />

800-343-5682<br />

www.iir.com/riss/RISS_centers.htm#NESPIN<br />

Regional Organized Crime Information Center<br />

545 Marriott Drive, Suite 850<br />

Nashville, TN 37214<br />

615-871-0013<br />

www.rocic.com/welcome<br />

Rocky Mounta<strong>in</strong> Information Network<br />

2828 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1000<br />

Phoenix, AZ 85004<br />

602-351-2320<br />

www.iir.com/riss/RISS_centers.htm#RMIN<br />

Western States Information Network<br />

P.O. Box 903198<br />

Sacramento, CA 94203-1980<br />

916-263-1166<br />

www.iir.com/riss/RISS_centers.htm#WSIN<br />

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Correction Departments<br />

Alabama Department of Corrections<br />

1400 Lloyd Street<br />

Montgomery, AL 36107<br />

334-240-9500<br />

www.agencies.state.al.us/doc<br />

Alaska Department of Corrections<br />

Juneau Central Office<br />

802 3rd Street<br />

Douglas, AK 99824<br />

907-465-3342<br />

www.correct.state.ak.us<br />

Arizona Department of Corrections<br />

Security Threat Group Unit<br />

Mail Code 650<br />

1645 West Jefferson Street<br />

Phoenix, AZ 85007<br />

602-542-2948<br />

www.adc.state.az.usSTG/STGMenu.htm<br />

Arkansas Department of Correction<br />

P.O. Box 8707<br />

P<strong>in</strong>e Bluff, AR 71611-8707<br />

870-267-6999<br />

www.state.ar.us/doc<br />

California Department of Corrections<br />

<strong>Law</strong> <strong>Enforcement</strong> Investigations Unit<br />

P.O. Box 942883<br />

Sacramento, CA 94283-0001<br />

916-327-3268<br />

www.cdc.state.ca.us<br />

Colorado Department of Corrections<br />

2862 South Circle Drive<br />

Colorado Spr<strong>in</strong>gs, CO 80906-4195<br />

719-579-9580<br />

www.doc.state.co.us<br />

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Connecticut Department of Correction<br />

Public Information Office<br />

24 Wolcott Hill Road<br />

Wethersfield, CT 06109<br />

860-692-7780<br />

www.state.ct.us/doc<br />

Delaware Department of Correction<br />

Adm<strong>in</strong>istration Office<br />

245 McKee Road<br />

Dover, DE 19904<br />

302-739-5601<br />

www.state.de.us/correct<br />

Florida Department of Corrections<br />

2601 Blair Stone Road<br />

Tallahassee, FL 32399-2500<br />

850-488-5021<br />

www.dc.state.fl.us<br />

Georgia Department of Corrections<br />

Office of Public Information<br />

2 Mart<strong>in</strong> Luther K<strong>in</strong>g, Jr. Drive<br />

Atlanta, GA 30334<br />

404-656-9772<br />

www.dcor.state.ga.us<br />

Hawaii Department of Corrections<br />

Department of Public Safety<br />

919 Ala Moana Boulevard, Suite 400<br />

Honolulu, HI 96814<br />

808-587-1288<br />

www.hawaii.gov/icsd/psd/psd<br />

Idaho Department of Corrections<br />

1299 N. Orchard Street, Suite 110<br />

Boise, ID 83720-0018<br />

208-658-2000<br />

www.corr.state.id.us<br />

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Ill<strong>in</strong>ois Department of Corrections<br />

1301 Concordia Court<br />

Spr<strong>in</strong>gfield, IL 62794<br />

217-522-2666<br />

www.idoc.state.il.us<br />

Indiana Department of Corrections<br />

302 West Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Street<br />

IGCS, Room E334<br />

Indianapolis, IN 46204<br />

317-232-5715<br />

www.ai.org/<strong>in</strong>dcorrection<br />

Iowa Department of Corrections<br />

420 Watson Powell Jr. Way<br />

Des Mo<strong>in</strong>es, IA 50309<br />

515-242-5704<br />

www.doc.state.ia.us<br />

Kansas Department of Corrections<br />

900 SW Jackson - 4th Floor<br />

Landon State Office Build<strong>in</strong>g<br />

Topeka, KS 66612-1284<br />

785-296-3317<br />

www.docnet.dc.state.ks.us<br />

Kentucky Department of Corrections<br />

P.O. Box 2400<br />

Frankfort, KY 40602-2400<br />

502-564-4726<br />

www.cor.state.ky.us<br />

Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections<br />

Correction Services<br />

P.O. Box 94304<br />

Baton Rouge, LA 70804-9304<br />

225-342-9711<br />

www.corrections.state.la.us<br />

Ma<strong>in</strong>e Department of Corrections<br />

State House Station 111<br />

Augusta, ME 04333-0111<br />

207-287-4360<br />

www.janus.state.me.us/corrections<br />

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Maryland Division of Corrections<br />

6776 Reisterstown Road, Suite 310<br />

Baltimore, MD 21215-2341<br />

410-585-3300<br />

www.dpscs.state.md.us/doc<br />

Massachusetts Department of Corrections<br />

Central Headquarters<br />

50 Maple Street, Suite 3<br />

Milford, MA 01757<br />

508-442-3300<br />

www.state.ma.us/doc<br />

Michigan Department of Corrections<br />

206 E. Michigan Avenue<br />

Grandview Plaza<br />

P.O. Box 30003, Lans<strong>in</strong>g, MI 48909<br />

www.state.mi.us/mdoc<br />

M<strong>in</strong>nesota Department of Corrections<br />

1450 Energy Park Drive<br />

St. Paul, MN 55108<br />

651-642-0200<br />

www.corr.state.mn.us<br />

Mississippi Department of Corrections<br />

723 N. President Street<br />

Jackson, MS 39202<br />

601-359-5600<br />

www.mdoc.state.ms.us<br />

Missouri Department of Corrections<br />

P.O. Box 236<br />

Jefferson City, MO 65102<br />

573-751-2389<br />

www.corrections.state.mo.us<br />

Montana Department of Corrections<br />

Investigations Bureau<br />

1539 11th Avenue<br />

P.O. Box 201301<br />

Helena, MT 19620-1301<br />

406-846-1320<br />

www.cor.state.mt.us/css/default.asp<br />

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Nebraska Department of Correctional Services<br />

P.O. Box 94661<br />

L<strong>in</strong>coln, NE 68509-4661<br />

402-471-2654<br />

www.corrections.state.ne.us<br />

State of Nevada Department of Prisons<br />

P.O. Box 7011<br />

Carson City, NV 89702<br />

775-887-3285<br />

www.prisons.state.nv.us<br />

New Hampshire Department of Corrections<br />

State Office Park South<br />

105 Pleasant Street<br />

P.O. Box 1806<br />

Concord, NH 03302-1806<br />

603-271-5600<br />

www.state.nh.us/doc<br />

New Jersey Department of Corrections<br />

Whittlesey Road<br />

P.O. Box 863<br />

Trenton, NJ 08625<br />

609-292-4036<br />

www.state.nj.us/corrections<br />

New Mexico Corrections Department<br />

P.O. Box 27116<br />

Santa Fe, NM 87502-0116<br />

505-827-8660<br />

www.state.nm.us/corrections<br />

New York State Department of Correctional Services<br />

1220 Wash<strong>in</strong>gton Avenue, Build<strong>in</strong>g 2<br />

Albany, NY 12226-2050<br />

518-457-8126<br />

www.docs.state.ny.us<br />

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North Carol<strong>in</strong>a Department of Correction<br />

Public Information Office<br />

Mail Service Center 4202<br />

Raleigh, NC 27699-4202<br />

919-716-3700<br />

www.doc.state.nc.us<br />

North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation<br />

3303 E Ma<strong>in</strong> Street<br />

P.O. Box 1898<br />

Bismarck, ND 58502-1898<br />

701-328-6390<br />

www.state.nd.us/doc/Directory<br />

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction<br />

1050 Freeway Drive North<br />

Columbus, OH 43229<br />

614-752-1159<br />

www.drc.state.oh.us<br />

Oklahoma Department of Corrections<br />

3400 Mart<strong>in</strong> Luther K<strong>in</strong>g Avenue<br />

Oklahoma City, OK 73111<br />

405-425-2500<br />

www.doc.state.ok.us<br />

Oregon Department of Corrections<br />

2575 Center Street NE<br />

Salem, OR 97301-4667<br />

503-945-9090<br />

www.doc.state.or.us<br />

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections<br />

2520 Lisburn Road<br />

P.O. Box 598<br />

Camp Hill, PA 17001-0598<br />

717-975-4859<br />

www.cor.state.pa.us<br />

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Rhode Island Department of Corrections<br />

40 Howard Avenue<br />

Cranston, RI 02920<br />

401-462-2611<br />

www.doc.state.ri.us<br />

South Carol<strong>in</strong>a Department of Corrections<br />

4444 Broad River Road<br />

P.O. Box 21787<br />

Columbia, SC 29221-1787<br />

www.state.sc.us/scdc<br />

South Dakota Department of Corrections<br />

3200 East Highway 34, Suite 8<br />

Pierre, SD 57501-5070<br />

605-773-3478<br />

www.state.sd.us/corrections<br />

Tennessee Department of Corrections<br />

320 6th Avenue North<br />

Rachel Jackson Build<strong>in</strong>g, Ground Floor<br />

Nashville, TN 37243-0465<br />

615-741-1000<br />

www.state.tn.us/correction<br />

Texas Department of Crim<strong>in</strong>al Justice<br />

P.O. Box 13084<br />

Aust<strong>in</strong>, TX 78711-3401<br />

512-463-9988<br />

www.tdcj.state.tx.us<br />

Utah Department of Corrections<br />

6100 S. Fashion Boulevard<br />

Murray, UT 84107<br />

801-265-5500<br />

www.cr.ex.state.ut.us<br />

Crim<strong>in</strong>al Justice Services<br />

State of Vermont<br />

Department of Public Safety<br />

103 South Ma<strong>in</strong> Street<br />

Waterbury, VT 05671-2101<br />

802-244-8786<br />

www.170.222.24.9/cjs/<strong>in</strong>dex<br />

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Virg<strong>in</strong>ia Department of Corrections<br />

P.O. Box 26963<br />

Richmond, VA 23261-6963<br />

804-674-3000<br />

www.vadoc.state.va.us<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton State Department of Corrections<br />

Deputy Secretary's Office<br />

P.O. Box 41118<br />

Olympia, WA 98504-1118<br />

360-753-1573<br />

www.wa.gov/doc<br />

West Virg<strong>in</strong>ia Division of Corrections<br />

State Capitol Complex<br />

112 California Avenue<br />

Build<strong>in</strong>g 4, Room 300<br />

Charleston, WV 25305<br />

304-558-2036<br />

www.state.wv.us/wvdoc<br />

Wiscons<strong>in</strong> Department of Corrections<br />

149 East Wilson Street<br />

P.O. Box 7925<br />

Madison, WI 53707-7925<br />

608-266-2940<br />

www.wi-doc.com<br />

Wyom<strong>in</strong>g Department of Corrections<br />

700 W. 21st Street<br />

Cheyenne, WY 82002<br />

307-777-7208<br />

www.doc.state.wy.us/corrections<br />

Professional Associations (Gangs Investigators)<br />

Southeastern Connecticut Gang Activities Group<br />

P.O. Box 634<br />

Waterford, CT 06385-0634<br />

860-437-0552<br />

www.segag.org<br />

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California Gang Investigators Association<br />

P.O. Box 861143<br />

Los Angeles, CA 90086<br />

888-229-2442<br />

www.cgiaonl<strong>in</strong>e.org<br />

East Coast Gang Investigators Association, Inc.<br />

P.O. Box 1926<br />

New Brunswick, NJ 08903-1926<br />

www.ecgia.com<br />

Florida Gang Investigators Association<br />

P.O. Box 290306<br />

Davie, FL 33329<br />

305-476-4800<br />

www.fgia.com<br />

Louisiana Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Louisiana State Police<br />

300 East Airport Drive<br />

Baton Rouge, LA 70806<br />

225-925-3793<br />

E-mail: reisterm@eatel.net<br />

Louisiana Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Baton Rouge Police Department<br />

704 Mayflower<br />

Baton Rouge, LA 70821<br />

225-291-1064<br />

E-mail: jsmith6902@aol.com<br />

Mid Atlantic Regional Gang Investigators Network (MARGIN)<br />

c/o Federal Bureau of Investigation<br />

Safe Streets and Gang Unit<br />

935 Pennsylvania Avenue NW #5064<br />

Wash<strong>in</strong>gton, DC 20535<br />

202-324-8874<br />

www.hidta.org/marg<strong>in</strong><br />

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Midwest Gang Investigators Association<br />

Michigan Chapter<br />

P.O. Box 9070<br />

Benton Harbor, MI 49022-9070<br />

616-556-9227<br />

www.w3.qtm.net/rlange<br />

Midwest Gang Investigators Association<br />

Indiana Chapter<br />

P.O. Box 12014<br />

Fort Wayne, IN 46862-2014<br />

219-449-7431<br />

www.members.tripod.com/~IN_MGIA<br />

Nevada Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Washoe County Sheriff's Office<br />

911 Parr Boulevard<br />

Reno, NV 89512-1000<br />

702-328-6311<br />

www.ngia.org/<strong>in</strong>dex<br />

Northern California Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Sacramento County Sheriff's Department<br />

9250 Bond Road<br />

Elk Grove, CA 95624<br />

916-875-0443<br />

www.web-<strong>in</strong>forum.net/ncgia<br />

Northwest Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Spokane Police Department<br />

Special Investigations Unit<br />

1100 W. Mallon<br />

Spokane, WA 99260<br />

509-625-4024<br />

www.nwgia.org<br />

Oklahoma Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms<br />

55 N. Rob<strong>in</strong>son #229<br />

Oklahoma City, OK 73102<br />

405-297-5065<br />

www.ogia.net<br />

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Quad State Rural <strong>Enforcement</strong> Task Force Inc.<br />

(Southwestern M<strong>in</strong>nesota, Northwestern Iowa, Northeastern Nebraska, and<br />

Southeastern South Dakota)<br />

www.quadstatetaskforce.com<br />

Tennessee Gang Investigators Association<br />

P.O. Box 216<br />

Jackson, TN 38302<br />

615-862-7397<br />

www.tngia.tn.org<br />

Texas Gang Investigators Association<br />

c/o Harris County Sheriff's Office/Gang Unit<br />

515 Northbelt, Suite 410<br />

Houston, TX 77060<br />

281-999-1518<br />

www.tgia.net/<strong>in</strong>dex<br />

Virg<strong>in</strong>ia Gang Investigators' Association Inc.<br />

c/o Norfolk Police Department<br />

3661 East Virg<strong>in</strong>ia Beach Boulevard<br />

Norfolk, VA 23502<br />

757-664-7161<br />

www.vgia.org<br />

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