Difference between revisions of "RAID (Real-time Analytical Intelligence Database)"

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= Description =
 
= Description =
RAID is a relational database used to record key pieces of information and to quickly identify links among people,  places,  businesses,  financial accounts,  telephone numbers,  and other investigative information.  
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RAID is a relational database used to record key pieces of information and to quickly identify links among people,  places,  businesses,  financial accounts,  telephone numbers,  and other investigative information.  
  
 
= User Experiences =
 
= User Experiences =

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RAID is a relational database used to record key pieces of information and to quickly identify links among people, places, businesses, financial accounts, telephone numbers, and other investigative information.
Homepage:http://www.usdoj.gov/ndic/domex/raid.htm
Function:Forensic


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RAID is a relational database used to record key pieces of information and to quickly identify links among people, places, businesses, financial accounts, telephone numbers, and other investigative information.

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