Indiana Leadership for MAGLOCLEN
In addition to federal monitoring, MAGLOCLEN is governed by a policy board composed of one state and one local representative from each member state. In Indiana, these leadership positions are held by the following MAGLOCLEN members:
Captain Kevin Hobson
Indiana State Police
100 North Senate Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Chief Michael Crooke
Cumberland Police Department
Post Office Box 29177
Cumberland, IN 46229
Indiana State Excise Police
MAGLOCLEN audio and video recording equipment was utilized by the Indiana State Excise Police in an ongoing investigation involving the sale of counterfeit merchandise. The equipment was used by undercover officers to record the sale of counterfeit items. A total of 28 search warrants were served, resulting in the arrests of 24 individuals, who were charged with federal, state, and local offenses.
56 Full Access Member Agencies
55 Limited Access Member Agencies
6,432 Sworn Personnel Served
1,115 Officers and Personnel Trained
204 Requests for Criminal Investigative
Research Assistance Involving 600 Inquiries
856 Intelligence Database Inquiries With
More Than 120 Intelligence Database Submissions
4 Equipment Requests Involving the Loan of
18 Items of Investigative Equipment
The Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISS) mission is to assist local, state, federal, and tribal criminal justice agencies by providing adaptive solutions and services that facilitate information sharing, support criminal investigations, and promote officer safety.
The Middle Atlantic Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network (MAGLOCLEN), one of the six RISS Centers, began providing services to its regional member agencies in 1981. MAGLOCLEN’s region consists of:
- District of Columbia
- New Jersey
- New York
Since 1981, the number of criminal justice agencies benefiting from MAGLOCLEN services has grown to more than 1,600 agencies.
Wells County Sheriff’s Department
Reckless Endangerment/Criminal Mischief
MAGLOCLEN surveillance equipment was utilized by the Wells County Sheriff’s Department in a reckless endangerment/criminal mischief investigation. The equipment assisted investigators in securing probable cause for the installation of a Global Positioning System vehicle tracker on the suspect’s vehicle. The investigation resulted in the arrest of the suspect on 11 felony charges.
Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center Network Connection to the RISS Secure Cloud (RISSNET)
The Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center joined the group of partner-agency system connections to RISSNET and is sharing its statewide criminal intelligence database. Today, there are more than 50 state and regional partner-agency systems connected to RISSNET via the RISS Criminal Intelligence Database (RISSIntel), with more connections pending. This connectivity is real-time, seamless, and highly beneficial to officers and analysts who are involved in developing investigative case information and analysis, since it provides easy and quick access to millions of data records. RISSIntel and partner intelligence systems comply with 28 Code of Federal Regulations Part 23. By leveraging RISSNET and RISSIntel, partner law enforcement agencies can securely share intelligence data among themselves and across jurisdictional boundaries, while safeguarding privacy and civil liberties.