Hi Tech Criminal Justice launches online forum

Hi Tech Criminal Justice launched an online forum at ww.criminaljustice-online.com. Hi Tech Criminal Justice is a firm dedicated to providing online resources for criminal justice practitioners, such as police officers, and academics.

(San Dimas, CA) Hi Tech Criminal Justice launched an online forum at www.criminaljustice-online.com. Hi Tech Criminal Justice is a firm dedicated to providing online resources for criminal justice practitioners, such as police officers, and academics. The Criminal Justice Online Forum is the latest in innovations created by the firm. According to Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.), MPA, the “forum is designed to be an open source for the criminal justice community.” Foster, CEO of Hi Tech Criminal Justice, added “managing an open source forum is a challenging task. But, we’re convinced that by using moderators with critical expertise we can provide criminal justice practitioners with a valuable resource.”

Currently the forum has sections on leadership, terrorism, technology and criminal justice administration. “The key on maintaining quality is moderator expertise and dedication,” Foster said. As an example, the moderator on domestic and international security issues is Vic Plessner. Plessner, the host of the Internet radio program Global Issues, has more than 35 years of experience as a Global Security Consultant. When Pablo Escobar, the notorious leader of the Medelin Cartel, escaped from a Colombian Prison, Vic was contracted as an advisor to the Minister of Justice in Colombia, SA, where he designed seven maximum security prisons for housing the leaders of the drug cartels and guerrilla revolutionary groups.

Adding yet another international perspective of the Global War on Terrorism, one of the forum’s moderators is Carlos Guillermo Blanco, the Chief Superintendent of the Argentine National Gendarmerie. Another moderator, Rod Helm, of Grant Writing USA, will be moderating in the Criminal Justice Administration forum, specifically assisting with questions concerning grant making and funding. Over the years, Rod has raised millions of dollars in grants, contracts and in-kind contributions for various agencies. As founder of Southern Nevada's first prepared and perishable food rescue program, Rod was acclaimed as one of Nevada's leading social entrepreneurs.

Although new, the forum is building rapidly with contribution in the Terrorism section on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) like the “Military Guide to Terrorism” and the “Al Qaeda Training Manual for Global Jihad.” And, the Leadership section is being populated with information on “Small Unit Leadership” and “General Leadership” information and advice. Foster added, “We are going to keep moving forward with the open source, or open community model, in an effort to generate diverse and interesting material.”


For more information contact Raymond E. Foser of Hi Tech Criminal Justice Online  (http://www.hitechcj.com)
909.599.7530

Keywords: criminal, LAPD, terrorism

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