- Mission Statement
- The mission of the Pegasus Program’s Local-to-Local (L2L) information sharing initiative is to enhance the operational, investigational and crime-solving abilities of local law enforcement by integrating databases of agencies, jails and other repositories of public records. This initiative is intended to enable the effective, secure exchange of data and information across nationwide jurisdictional boundaries augmenting interoperability among local, state and federal law enforcement.
- The Pegasus L2L
- Creates the capacity for rural law enforcement departments to share law enforcement data and information;
- Connects to rural departments' existing information systems without additional costs or upgrade;
- Provides reusable and scalable non-proprietary technology solutions;
- Uses secure authentication; addresses privacy and civil liberties protections;
- Expands sharing capacity to include homeland security, first responder, emergency management and other agencies.
Pegasus Research Foundation
The Pegasus Research Foundation (PRF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity established to provide the tools for local law enforcement to develop and implement information technology programs.
Nationwide Pegasus Program
Local-to-local information sharing was initiated by the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA) in 2001 and now operates under the name “Nationwide Pegasus Program." The Pegasus Program is administered by a 501(c)(3) non-profit entity and is sponsored and supported by NSA.
If you are an existing Pegasus member, simply log directly into the portal by clicking the “Member Login” tab above.
If you would like more information regarding the Pegasus Program, simply click on the "Contact Us" link above!
If you would like more information regarding the Pegasus Program, click on the "Contact Us" tab above.
Want to incorporate your jail information into the Pegasus Program? Click on the “Initiatives” tab above to learn more.