Alternate Title: NCRIC
"The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) is a local, state and federal cooperative public safety and private sector information fusion center. The center provides a central location for the collection, evaluation, analysis and dissemination of terrorism, homeland security, narcotics, gangs, organized crime and public safety related information. The Center produces and disseminates intelligence products, conducts training and establishes and maintains liaison with public safety agencies and private sector organizations operating in the Bay Area. The primary mission of NCRIC is a prevention strategy to serve as the focal point for information fusion, legal sharing of information and coordination of prevention resources among public safety personnel and the private sector concerning terrorism, narcotics, gang, organized crime and public safety threats. The NCRIC collects, evaluates, and analyzes incident reports of suspicious activities reported by the private sector and public safety communities, in an effort to identify potential trends or patterns of terrorist, narcotics, gang, organized crime and related criminal operations within the Bay Area. The NCRIC then produces and disseminates reports and bulletins to public safety agency and private sector personnel who have the right and need to know the information. The NCRIC provides analytical and technical support to public safety agencies investigating suspected terrorist, narcotics, gang and organized crime related criminal activities. The NCRIC also functions as a vehicle for two-way communication between the FBI-Joint Terrorism Task Force, State Terrorism Threat Assessment System, public safety and private sector community within our fifteen county region."
Northern California Regional Intelligence Center