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Indiana Gang Network (INGangNetwork) is a statewide criminal gang intelligence database. Intelligence entered in the INGangNetwork database can be accessed by members via mobile devices or online, allowing all law enforcement and criminal justice personnel to enter and retrieve intelligence on gang membership and activity. INGangNetwork is a powerful tool that makes it easy to collect, analyze, and share gang intelligence in a central location with the intent of preventing and reducing gang related activity in conformance with the privacy and constitutional rights of all individuals.
INGangNetwork is pleased to announce the implementation of the Gang Graffiti Automatic Recognition and Interpretation (GARI) system, which gives law enforcement handheld access to graffiti meanings and locations, allowing officers to track gang affiliation, growth, membership and activity. Learn more about GARI.
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Indiana Gang Network (INGangNetwork) is pleased to announce the deployment of the Gang Graffiti Automatic Recognition and Interpretation (GARI) in Indiana. This is a mutual effort between the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center and Purdue University VACCINE. GARI allows all law enforcement and criminal justice personnel who are members of INGangNetwork to take images of gang graffiti and tattoos using an Android or iPhone mobile application. For more information, visit http://www.in.gov/iifc/2418.htm.
The INGangNetwork mobile application is finally available to all users! Now access INGangNetwork on your mobile phone or tablet. This simple to use application allows members to use “quick entry” applications to enter and access intelligence submissions in real time. INGangNetwork brings criminal gang intelligence to the palm of your hand. For more information, visit http://www.in.gov/iifc/2419.htm.