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National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Standards Committee Meeting Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania May 1-2, 2003 Agenda

By Federal Bureau of Investigation

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Title: National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Standards Committee Meeting Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania May 1-2, 2003 Agenda  
Author: Federal Bureau of Investigation
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Federal Bureau of Investigation (U.S.), FBI uniform crime reports
Collections: Federal Bureau of Investigation Collection
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Of Investigation, F. B. (n.d.). National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Standards Committee Meeting Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania May 1-2, 2003 Agenda. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Excerpt: 28 CFR Part 9 [NCPPC 101-F] RIN Criminal History Record Screening for Authorized Noncriminal Justice Purposes AGENCY: National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact Council. ACTION: Final rule.

 

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