Standard Reference Data, NIST:
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NIST has long applied science and technology to the needs of the criminal justice community, including law enforcement, corrections, forensic science, and the fire service. NIST collaborates with national law enforcement technology centers, the forensic community and all segments of the criminal justice community.
For example, NIST Special Database 28 - National Software Reference Library is a collaboration of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Defense Computer Forensics Laboratory (DCFL), the U.S. Customs Service, software vendors, and state and local law enforcement organizations. This is an example of the application of technology to investigate crimes involving computers, such as child pornography, racketeering, cyber-attacks, illegal gambling, Internet fraud and software piracy.
The codes in the list below have the following meanings:
Special DB 4 NIST 8-Bit Gray Scale Images of Fingerprint Image Groups, PC, DG