Rocky Mountain Information Network (RMIN)
RMIN is a federal-grant project administered by the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Department of Justice. DPS serves as the grantee for the RMIN program, which is one of six federally-funded regional projects comprising the Regional Information Sharing System (RISS).
RMIN serves more than 15,000 law enforcement officers from more than 1,046 agencies in the Rocky Mountain region to include Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan. It provides vital support to law enforcement agencies in the detection, enforcement, and prosecution of multi-jurisdictional criminal activities that traverse local, state, and national boundaries within the RMIN region. It also provides members an on-line state-of-the-art network of criminal intelligence databases that can be queried 24 hours a day using a secure link via the Internet. Furthermore, RMIN assists officers with analytical resources for case preparation, charts for courtroom display, computer forensics, financial analysis and other analytical products. RMIN also publishes a monthly law enforcement bulletin that provides pertinent, timely information to member agencies. Member agencies are also assisted by RMIN in obtaining intelligence and investigative-related training as RMIN provides individual and co-sponsored training support for conferences and workshops. RMIN also provides assistance to member agencies by loaning technical surveillance, investigative and communications equipment to RMIN members.