Enforcement Related Links
Anti-Terrorism Tip Line – This web page enables anyone in Delaware to provide tips about suspicious activity that may be related to terrorism and/or homeland security. From this web page you can e-mail such information to the Delaware State Police Intelligence Section.
Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife Enforcement – An internationally-accredited law enforcement agency. Fish and Wildlife agents protect wildlife and fisheries resources, promote safe boating, hunting and fishing, respond to boating emergencies, and have been trained for maritime anti-terrorist activities.
Delaware Emergency Management Agency – The lead state agency for coordination of comprehensive emergency preparedness, training, response, recovery and mitigation services in order to save lives, protect Delaware's economic base and reduce the impact of emergencies. DEMA is a division within the Department of Safety and Homeland Security.
Delaware Police Chiefs’ Council
International Association of Chiefs of Police – The world’s oldest and largest nonprofit membership organization of police executives, with over 20,000 members in over 89 different countries. IACP’s leadership consists of the operating chief executives of international, federal, state and local agencies of all sizes.
MAGLOCLEN – The Middle Atlantic-Great Lakes Organized Crime Law Enforcement Network is one of the Regional Information Sharing Systems, known as RISS, initiated by U.S. Congress in 1974 to aid law enforcement agencies in targeting, identifying, and removing multi-jurisdictional criminal elements.
Northeast Environmental Enforcement Project – a professional environmental association dedicated to the growth and development of its members by providing training, networking opportunities, information, and support services to our members. We accomplish this by facilitating relationships among state, local and federal enforcement authorities; using innovative techniques to provide legal, technical, and investigative training; utilizing leading practitioners to design and present a wide variety of topics of current interest; and encouraging communication through meetings, conferences, and information services.
U.S. EPA Criminal Enforcement – EPA’s criminal enforcement program uses stringent sanctions, including jail sentences, to promote deterrence and help ensure compliance in order to protect human health and the environment. Criminal enforcement is often used against the most serious environmental violations as well as those which involve egregious negligence or conduct involving intentional, willful or knowing disregard of the law.