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FJ-6000 Own Recognizance Change the ID# to FJ-6345.6000. Remove "See also Pretrial Service Agencies (FJ-6350)". CODE CHANGE 01/10/19
FJ-1000 Bail Bonds Change the ID# to FJ-6345.1000. Remove "See also Pretrial Service Agencies (FJ-6350). CODE CHANGE 01/10/19
TJ-3200.4500 Legal Information Services Add "Legal Education/Information" and "Legal Issues Education/Information" as use references. CHANGE 01/10/19
FR Legal Education/Information DELETE: NOTE: Use Legal Information Services (TJ-3200.4500) or Law Enforcement Community Engagement/Outreach (FN-4000). DELETION 01/10/19
TP-3350.3450-140 Cybersecurity Risk Assessment U.S. DEFINITION: Organizations with expertise in information systems security that examine a client's Internet-connected infrastructure including hardware, software and data to identify and eliminate security vulnerabilities and potential entry points for hackers, and take other steps to protect individuals and telecommunications systems from data breaches and other cybercriminal activities. In a computing context, security includes cybersecurity and physical security -- both are used by enterprises to protect against unauthorized access to data centers and other computerized systems. The elements of cybersecurity include information security (designed to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data), application security, network security, disaster recovery/business continuity planning, operational security and end user education. Cyber threats take many forms including cyberstalking or harassment; unauthorized interception of communications; intellectual property violations, or illegally accessing other computer systems to alter, destroy or steal data, intercept and disclose confidential information; plant spyware, ransomware or other forms of malware; launch denial of service attacks; or engage in phishing, financial theft or other illegal activities. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Organizations with expertise in information systems security that examine a client's Internet-connected infrastructure including hardware, software and data to identify and eliminate security vulnerabilities and potential entry points for hackers, and take other steps to protect individuals and telecommunications systems from data breaches and other cybercriminal activities. In a computing context, security includes cybersecurity and physical security -- both are used by enterprises to protect against unauthorized access to data centres and other computerized systems. The elements of cybersecurity include information security (designed to maintain the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data), application security, network security, disaster recovery/business continuity planning, operational security and end user education. Cyber threats take many forms including cyberstalking or harassment; unauthorized interception of communications; intellectual property violations, or illegally accessing other computer systems to alter, destroy or steal data, intercept and disclose confidential information; plant spyware, ransomware or other forms of malware; launch denial of service attacks; or engage in phishing, financial theft or other illegal activities. See also Computer and Information Sciences Research (TR-6500.1500), Computer Forensics (FN-1300.1800-130), Cybercrime Prevention (FN-1500.1750), Cybercrime Reporting (FN-1700.1530), Internet Crime Complaint Center (FL-3200). = Electronic Information Security Services = Information Technology Security Services NEW 01/10/19
TJ-3200.4500 Legal Information Lines Change the term name to "Legal Information Services". Programs that provide information about specific legal problems and procedures that interested individuals can access on a website or in person, or by telephone, email, chat, text or other communication channel. Information may be in a self-serve, browsable format (for example a web resource directory or library of audio recordings) or provided by live agents with expertise in the field. Also included are legal aid services, bar associations and other programs that provide basic information about family law, landlord/tenant law, immigration law, consumer law, elder law, patient rights, the rights of persons with disabilities, the criminal justice system, the civil court system and other legal topics via workshops, classes, speaking engagements, printed materials, websites and other similar educational avenues. = Legal Education/Information = Legal Information Lines = Legal Issues Education/Information CHANGE 01/10/19
TJ-3200.2500-200 Federal Government Information Lines Change the term name to "Federal Government Information Services". U.S. DEFINITION: Programs that provide information about U.S. government offices and services that interested individuals can access on a website or in person, or by telephone, email, chat, text or other communication channel. In some cases, assistance is available to help identify and locate an appropriate office. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Programs that provide information about Canadian government offices and services that interested individuals can access on a website or in person, or by telephone, email, chat, text or other communication channel. In some cases, assistance is available to help identify and locate an appropriate office. = Federal Government Information Lines CHANGE 01/10/19
TE-8920.6600-490 Mattress Recycling Centers U.S. DEFINITION: Organizations that operate centers which serve as collection points for mattresses that cannot be re-purposed for distribution to people who need new ones, generally deconstructing them and selling the usable remains for use in manufacturing new products. Some centers may pick up the mattresses from the individual's home. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Organizations that operate centres which serve as collection points for mattresses that cannot be re-purposed for distribution to people who need new ones, generally deconstructing them and selling the usable remains for use in manufacturing new products. Some centres may pick up the mattresses from the individual's home. See also Mattress Donation Programs (TI-1800.3000-500), Mattresses (BM-3000.5000), Pressure Reduction Mattresses/Beds (LH-5000.6700). NEW 01/10/19
FN-1700.1470-523 Mortgage Modification Scam Reporting Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanisms that people can use to report incidents in which scammers guarantee that they can "save" a person's home or lower their mortgage payments, or make other related promises they can't keep. They sometimes even claim that they have direct contact with the individual's mortgage company. Only a person's mortgage company has the discretion to grant a loan modification, so no third party can guarantee or pre-approve a person's mortgage modification application. These types of scams may also involve individuals and companies insisting that payments be sent to an alternate contact or address that is different from the information in their mortgage statement, or attempt to persuade them to transfer their property deed. See also Foreclosed Property Redevelopment Programs (TB-3000.2000), Foreclosure Filing Offices (FJ-1600.2000), Foreclosure Prevention Loan Modification/Refinancing Programs (BH-3500.3400-300), Foreclosure Records (DF-7000.2270), Home Purchase/Mortgage Refinance Loans (BH-3500.3400), Impersonation Scam Reporting (FN-1700.1470-322), Mortgage Company Complaints (DD-1500.6000), Mortgage Delinquency and Default Counseling (DM-1800.5000), Mortgage Fraud Reporting (FN-1700.1470-520), Mortgage Payment Assistance (BH-3800.5000), Predatory Lending Assistance (DM-1800.6400), Predatory Lending Awareness Programs (BH-3700.6500), Reverse Mortgage Programs (LH-4000.7000). = Foreclosure Rescue Scam Reporting NEW 01/10/19
PX-2300.3090 Homeless Count Volunteer Opportunities Organizations that are actively seeking volunteers to participate in annual efforts to get an accurate count of the number of homeless people in their community. See also Homeless Shelter Volunteer Opportunities (PX-2300.3100), Street Outreach Volunteer Opportunities (PX-2300.8030). = Homeless Enumeration Volunteer Opportunities = Homelessness Enumeration Volunteer Opportunities = Homeless Point of Count Volunteer Opportunities = PIT Count Volunteer Opportunities = Point in Time Count Volunteer Opportunities NEW 01/09/19

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