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 Fusion Centers In The News

  Posted on: Monday, December 24, 2018
Aurora Police Face Culture Change as Department Launches New Information Sharing Center
By: Megan Jones

Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman says officers face a culture change come January as they implement a new method of sharing information throughout the department. The new year will kick off the creation of a Critical Incident Intel Center, which will consist of a full-time data analyst and two sworn police officers to gather and deploy information. The department is split between units, from special operation groups for narcotics and gangs to a community-oriented policing division. All the units gather intel, but the information gained doesn’t always get shared with the entire staff, Ziman said.


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