The National Alliance of Gang Investigators Associations (NAGIA), formed in 1998, is a cooperative organization representing 25 state and regional gang investigators associations with over 20,000 members. It provides for leadership in developing and recommending strategies to prevent and control gang crime, administer professional training as well as assist criminal justice professionals and the public in identifying and tracking gangs, gang members and the gang crime around the world. The mission of NAGIA is to reduces the threat of gang violence by increasing public awareness, training, monitoring legislative efforts, intelligence dissemination and prevention, intervention, suppression and re-entry efforts. Membership in NMGIA, includes membership in NAGIA. Take full advantage of a national network of gang subject matter experts. The FBI National Gang Intelligence, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Programs (OJJDP) National Gang Center and Regional Information Sharing Systems (RISSNet) are also members of NAGIA. Additionally, the NAGIA holds a seat at the National De-confliction Council.
The Rocky Mountain Information Network (RMIN) and NMGIA entered into a formal affiliation agreement on February 18, 2021. Providing investigative resources to NMGIA members who are employed by a RMIN member agency. The NMGIA will also facilitate the vetting process for NMGIA members who are employed by a RMIN member agency and do not have access or are employed by an agency that is not a RMIN member. The NMGIA is committed to educating non member agencies on the resources available. Additionally, the permanently designated RMIN representative who currently serves on the Executive Advisory Board will facilitate 28 CFR Certification for all NMGIA members who are employed by a RMIN member agency.
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