Intended to equip HSE stakeholders with a thorough understanding and knowledge of criminal activity, its evolution, and convergence, ranging from gang activities to money laundering and human trafficking, and the tools to monitor and disrupt these activities.
Intended to provide HSE stakeholders with cutting-edge methods, tools and activities to predict future criminal activities, gang activities, and threats to the US, studying them at the geographical, social, and cyber dimensions.
Intended to develop and deploy state-of-the-art forensic methods, tools, and technologies within the HSE community.
Intended to improve HSE end user investigative processes used to detect, pursue and solve transnational criminal activity.
Projects under the above four themes are also addressing issues related to the Future of Law Enforcement Investigations, adding a fifth dimension to our research portfolio.
University of Texas, San Antonio
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Michigan State University
George Mason University