Search and rescue and enforcement of laws and treaties intelligence system
Allen, Jon D.
Lang, Heidi R.
Frew, Barry A.
Lum, Vincent Y.
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In recent years, the political climate surrounding drug interdiction has brought the focus of Coast Guard missions into emphasizing the prosecution of law enforcement cases. Many law enforcement cases are pursuant to a specific search and rescue case and traditionally, the Coast Guard has segregated its information regarding vessels into separate systems for each of these areas. The existence of separate repositories for vessel data has resulted in duplication of information, lack of consistency, and the inability to integrate information between systems. The purpose of this thesis is to propose, design, and implement a prototype law enforcement; search and rescue database system to provide a single repository for law enforcement and search and rescue vessel data. The prototype will be developed at Coast Guard Group Monterey.
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