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Ellendale, TN 38029
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ROCIC

OVERVIEW of ROCIC

The Regional Organized Crime Information Center ® is an organization composed of criminal justice agencies in the southeastern and southwestern United States working together to combat multi-jurisdictional criminal activities. One of six Regional Information Sharing System (RISS) ® centers, ROCIC has been funded since its inception in 1973 by an annual grant through the U.S. Dept. of Justice. The Grantee is the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

ROCIC serves as a vehicle for the collection, evaluation, analysis, dissemination, and storage of information regarding the multi-jurisdictional activities of the wide spectrum of organized crime. Member agencies, totaling 2,033, are represented throughout the 14 southeastern states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, and comprise all levels of government - municipal, county, parish, judicial district, state, and federal.

We offer a variety of services to our criminal justice member agencies including:

  • A centralized law enforcement database with connectivity among projects and nationwide search ability
  • Analysis of investigative data
  • Specialized investigative equipment for loan
  • Technical assistance
  • Training
  • Telecommunications system access

ROCIC operates under a Constitution and By-Laws and is governed by a Board of Directors elected by delegations of criminal justice member agencies from each of the 14 states. Membership seminars are conducted three times a year throughout the region.

Below are the some upcoming ROCIC Training Events in Tennessee. You must be a sworn full time Law Enforcement Officer to attend. You can contact Jay Balee at 615-715-0216 for more information on these events.


UPDATED: June 16, 2016

The following 2016 ROCIC Training Conferences are now available for registration. Please obtain more information directly from the ROCIC Training Page which is updated daily at: http://training.rocic.com/.

ROCIC Training Opportunities for 2016 -

Domestic Violence Training
June 20-23
Jackson, TN

Basic Criminal Investigation
June 20-24
Jackson, TN

Animal Cruelty and Fighting Investigations Course
June 27
Nashville, TN

LEOKA Officer Safety Awareness Training
June 28
Gallatin, TN

Child Sex Abuse Training
June 29
Nashville, TN

LEOKA - OSAT
June 30
Jackson, TN

Inside the Mind of a Killer
July 6-8
Memphis, TN

Basic Media Training For Law Enforcement
July 11-12
Nashville, TN

Response to Active Shooter(s):
July 26-27
Nashville, TN

Advanced Cold Case and Long Term Missing Investigations
July 28-29
Nashville, TN

Electronic Evidence Collection Methods (NDCAC)
August 4
Jackson, TN

64th Annual IAATI Seminar
Aug. 7-12
Murfreesboro, TN

Electronic Evidence Collection Methods (NDCAC)
August 10
Nashville, TN

VALOR Essentials: Officer Safety, Wellness and Resiliency Training
August 16-18
Nashville, TN

2016 Tennessee Gang Investigators Association Conference
August 22-24
Murfreesboro, TN

Crime Scene Management
Aug 29-Sept 2
Jackson, TN

Risk Avoidance/De-Escalation
Aug 29-30
Nashville, TN

Digital Evidence for Child Abduction, Exploitation and Child Sex Trafficking Investigations
Aug 31-Sept 2
Nashville, TN

Missing and Unidentified Person Workshop
September 14
Nashville, TN

Lead Homicide Investigators Seminar
Oct. 17-21
Nashville, TN

Surveillance Operations Class
Nov. 14-18
Nashville, TN


OVERVIEW of the RISS PROGRAM

ROCIC adheres to the Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Policies, 28 CFR, Part 23, which can be accessed in Portable Document Format by clicking HERE.


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