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Mississippi Analysis and Information Center

 
 

Contact MSAIC

Vincent Noce - Interim Director

J. Delaine Stacy - Deputy Director


MS Analysis & Information Center
1 MEMA Drive
Pearl MS 39208

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Toll Free: 1-888-4SAFE-MS or 601-933-7200
Fax: 601-933-7220
msaic@dps.ms.gov

Mission

The purpose of the Mississippi Analysis and Information Center (MSAIC) is to provide Mississippi with a centralized location for the gathering, analysis, and sharing of information from local, state, tribal and federal resources to prevent criminal activity including acts of terrorism or other threats to public safety. MSAIC serves as the integrated multi-discipline sharing network for situational awareness and is a key component of the jurisdiction's homeland security and crime prevention efforts.

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MSAIC Privacy Policy (PDF)

Goals


  • Maximize Mississippi's LE and public safety agencies ability to detect, prevent, apprehend and respond to criminal and terrorist activity
  • Support an all-crimes, all-hazards, all-threats approach to intelligence
  • Collect, analyze, disseminate real time criminal intelligence information to operational and executive elements
  • Reduce duplication of effort
  • Support intelligence led policing and national security strategies/initiatives through the analysis and dissemination of information collected from across Mississippi and the U.S.
  • Support critical infrastructure protection
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Additional Information:


Seven Signs of Terrorism Brochure (PDF)

MSAIC Brochure (PDF)

Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN) (PDF)

Secure Link to Homeland Security Information Network (HSIN)

DHS Blue Campaign Training Material

Nationwide SAR Initiative Training Area

Nationwide SAR Initiative Online Training

YouTube video “National Fusion Center Network: Helping Protect America”

Guidelines for Suspicious Mail and Packages

 
     
 
 

Report Suspicious Activity

 
 

 

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Report Suspicious Activity

When you have a suspicious activity to report, please include the following:

  • Date of Suspicious Activity
  • Location of Activity
  • Names of Individuals
  • Vehicle Registration/Description
  • Brief Narrative of the Activity
  • Your Name
  • Your Contact Information

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