The Black Information Networks are small and secure databases, created by Black communities to collect, store and share information on black communities.
These networks are also used by law enforcement agencies, who can access these databases from outside of their own jurisdictions.
In fact, they have been used by many U.S. police departments in recent years, and even by the federal government.
A few years ago, the Department of Justice (DOJ) decided to build a database of Black individuals in the United States.
It was designed to help law enforcement in the investigation of crimes against black individuals, including murder and rape.
The database was initially created as a response to the 2012 murder of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina.
Scott’s murder sparked nationwide protests, and protests erupted in the Black community.
On May 4, 2016, the DOJ announced that it had completed the database, and that it was going to be used to track and identify suspects in violent crimes, especially in areas of high crime, like North Charleston.
But the database also served as a repository for information on other Black communities, including other black residents of the U.s., who could be affected by the same crimes.
For instance, police departments can use the database to identify suspects or suspects in drug trafficking, gang activity, and other crimes.
The Black information network can be used by police to track people with ties to crime, such as the people who are involved in a drug deal or who are known to be involved in violent crime.
For example, police could use the databases to identify someone who might be involved with a drug trafficking ring, or someone who is a member of a drug ring.
And police can use it to track a suspect in an armed robbery.
In many cases, the databases are used for a variety of reasons, but one of the main reasons is to help police find and track criminals, according to Anthony Johnson, director of the Black Lives Matter Initiative at the University of Missouri.
“These databases serve as a tool to identify people who have been involved in these kinds of crimes,” he told National Geographic.
“They are not used to identify individuals.
They are used to find out who is involved in criminal activity.”
Police officers have also used the databases for more specific purposes.
When a suspect is being sought for a crime, they will look for information about a particular person who is associated with the suspect.
For those who are suspected of a crime and are not in custody, police will also use the Black information networks to locate and locate the person who committed the crime.
A police officer may use the information from a database to determine who is an associate of a suspect, or who is likely to commit a crime.
In some cases, police may also use information from the databases.
For a homicide investigation, for example, a police officer will often search for information from Black information databases to help identify a person involved in the crime, according