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NEW WORLD SYSTEMS HOSTS HOMELAND SECURITY SEMINAR.

New World Systems, a provider of enterprise-wide software solutions for the public sector, is hosting free Homeland Security and Information Sharing seminar July 18, 2002 in Lisle, IL. New World's goal is to provide law enforcement officials with innovative technology and approaches to sharing information among city, county and state law enforcement agencies to help in the fight against crime and terrorism.

Director of the Crime Mapping and Analysis Program (CMAP) and President of the International Association of Crime Analysts Noah Fritz will present "The Benefits of Crime Analysis Data from a Regional Approach." Mr. Fritz will demonstrate the importance of sharing crime analysis data in the fight against terrorism.

Detective Dan Ingling of the Burlington County Prosecutor's Office will present "Regional Data Sharing - Integrated Law Enforcement Project." Detective Ingling is instrumental in linking Burlington County's 32 law enforcement agencies, the Sheriff's Office and the Prosecutor's office, and he will discuss how the sharing critical information can help solve and prevent crimes, enhancing intelligence capabilities.

Seminar attendees will also have the opportunity to listen to Assistant Chief Steve Ridgley and Captain Ron Gennarelli from the Hammond, IN Police Department and Sergeant W. Alan Ross from the Gary, IN Police Department present "Regional Information Sharing in 2002 - A New Approach." Ridgley, Gennarelli and Ross will discuss the benefits of their regional data-sharing project involving East Chicago, Hammond and Gary, IN police departments.

The seminar is targeted towards chiefs, sheriffs, records managers, crime analysts, detectives, sergeants, lieutenants IT managers and other public safety officials interested in learning how a multi-agency approach to information sharing can help protect its citizens. This is an excellent opportunity for law enforcement to learn about new techniques from industry experts and peers.

Registration information can be accessed on New World's web site, www.newworldsystems.com.
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