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Law Enforcement National Data Exchange BJA Regional Information Sharing Conference March 27 - 29, 2007
N-DEx Mission N-DEx will provide law enforcement agencies with a powerful new investigative tool to Search, link, analyze and share criminal justice information such as, incident/case reports, incarceration data, and parole/probation data on a national basis to a degree never before possible.
R-DEx Regional Sharing of DOJ Data R-DEx • Provides Regional Sharing of Detailed Federal Case Information (i. e. ATF, FBI, DEA, USMS, BOP) with States, Local Regional Information Systems = Current DOJ Data Sharing Participant Locations = Potential Future DOJ Data Sharing Participant Locations
N-DEx / R-DEx Relationship n DELJIS AFOSI NJSP n SCIEX I-CLEAR LARCIS N-DEx n 250, 000 potential users Entity Correlation and Resolution Connectivity via CJIS WAN & LEO ARGIS BOP DHS/USSS One. DOJ DHS/ICE NCIS USMS DOI One. DOJ R-DEx FBI DEA Web Services Standard Interface ATF
What N-DEx and R-DEx will provide n N-DEx n n n Will provide for national law enforcement data to be shared through Incident/Case Reports, Incarceration Data & Arrest/Booking Data, as well as Probation/Parole Data Will link regional and state systems R-DEx n n Will provide regional sharing of detailed DOJ Federal case information with state, local and regional systems Additionally, R-DEx DOJ case information and services will be made available through integration with N-DEx
N-DEx Concept Data Submitted Information Returned
N-DEx Data Standards n n Extensible Markup Language (XML) - structured language for describing information being sent electronically to N-DEx. The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) is using the GJXDM to build a common XML data exchange standard for information sharing among: - Department of Homeland Security - Department of Justice - Justice, public safety, homeland security, and intelligence. n The N-DEx IEPD v 1. 0 is available at: n n n www. it. ojp. gov On left hand column, click on IEPD Clearinghouse Click on Find IEPD Information In the Search field, search “N-DEx” Click on the N-DEx IEPD Click on the Web link to the actual IEPD
Data Standards N-DEx PMO actively participates in the following GJXDM/NIEM groups: • National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) Stakeholders • NIEM Technical Architecture Committee (NTAC) • NIEM Business Architecture Committee (NBAC) • NIEM Committee for Issues, Requirements, and Quality (NCIRQ) • Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) • Global Advisory Committee • Global Justice XML Structure Task Force (XSTF) • GJXDM Training and Technical Architecture Committee (GTTAC) • GTTAC IEPD Subcommittee • Department of Defense (DOD) • DOD Counterintelligence Information Technology Council (CIC)
N-DEx Commitment n State Agencies n n n n n Local/Regional Agencies n n Alabama – Upgrading state system that will be N-DEx compatible; MOU Colorado – Conducting development efforts to build state system to be N-DEx compatible; MOU Delaware – Actively submitting N-DEx compliant incident data; MOU Florida – Building state system that will be N-DEx compatible Illinois – Building state system that will be N-DEx compliant; MOU in process Kansas – Upgrading state system that will be N-DEx compatible; MOU Michigan – Mapping to N-DEx IEPD; MOU Missouri – Expanded state system; MOU Nebraska – Mapping to N-DEx IEPD; MOU New Jersey – Expanding system to be N-DEx compatible Nevada – Obtaining funds to upgrade state system that will be N-DEx compatible; MOU Ohio – Mapping to N-DEx IEPD; MOU Oklahoma – State system that is N-DEx compatible; MOU in process Oregon – Upgrading state system that will be N-DEx compatible South Carolina – State system will be N-DEx compatible; MOU Tennessee – State system that is N-DEx compatible; Mapping to N-DEx IEPD; MOU Texas – State system that is working to be N-DEx compatible Virginia – Building state system that will be N-DEx compatible; MOU West Virginia – Exploring available resources to strategize plan for N-DEx participation; MOU Los Angeles County, CA – Actively submitting N-DEx compliant incident data; MOU San Diego, CA – Developing mapping plan; connectivity to be final February, 2007; MOU Marietta, GA – N-DEx compatible mapping complete; MOU Federal Agencies n AFOSI – Upgrading records management system that will be N-DEx compatible; mapping to N-DEx IEPD
Near-Term Activities Activity Date Complete Pending Contract Award Feb 12, 2007 P Contractor Start Feb 26, 2007 P N-DEx IEPD v 1. 0 available on Internet Feb 27, 2007 P Kickoff Meeting Feb 28 -Mar 1, 2007 P Design Concept Review Mar 27, 2007 P Integrated Baseline Review Apr 25, 2007 P Critical Design Review May 8, 2007 P Final Design Review Jun 11, 2007 P Product Test Readiness Review Jul 25, 2007 P Deployment Readiness Review Sep 4, 2007 P Site Test Readiness Review Oct 9, 2007 P Operational Readiness Review Nov 13, 2007 P Operational Acceptance Review Feb 19, 2008 P
N-DEx Program Timeline
Privacy Advocacy Group n n n First Privacy SME meeting held at CJIS on 06/13/2006 FACA sanctioned through APB Privacy SMEs in attendance: n n n Stephen Saloom – Innocence Project Christopher Calabrese – Project Council ACLU Tech and Liberty Program Jeffrey Blackburn – Texas Innocence Project Ada Melton – American Indian Development Associates No previously unaddressed privacy issues were identified by the group Meeting held on 01/12/2007 with Barry Steinhardt, ACLU Director Technology and Liberty Project discussing N-DEx R-DEx relationship
Privacy Impact Assessment n n N-DEx PIA submitted to Office of General Counsel 05/02/2006 DOJ has approved PIA pending OGCs input Per OGC upper management a second Privacy Council may not need to be convened with immediate approval of the PIA Subsequent changes to the prototype MOU will be added via an addendum to cover the FOIA issues.
Prototype activities will support the following program initiatives n Support and establish the N-DEx data set and data submission guidelines through GJXDM/NIEM n n n Working with Georgia Tech Research Institute to develop Law Enforcement N-DEx Incident Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) scheduled for release November 2006 Support the evolution of N-DEx business and policy rules through the APB Provide law enforcement active participation and submission/validation of existing RMS data
Prototype Capabilities n Prototype agencies will have access to other prototype agencies data n Gathering data for the production System n n Creating realistic data set for System test to ensure operational benefit Providing useable data in the System from day one forward n Validation of the data against the standards n Establishing connectivity with the user community n Utilizing the data for standards development n n Basic mapping and graphical displays based upon user search requests Simple searches on people, location, vehicle, and agency.
Prototype n Login Screen presented to user.
Welcome n n Welcome Page User functionality based on simple roles.
Google Appliance n Google search capability of contributor submitted data
Google Appliance n Incident Report returned from Google search of data.
ESRI (Mapping) n Mapping capability (zoomed in over LA)
ESRI (Mapping) n n n Street level mapping of incident locations. Red - represents primary location of incident. Blue – represents other locations identified in incident.
Metrics n Daily and total count of submissions n Metrics broken out by contributor n n n Percentage of add, modify, deletes Duplicate records identified Percentage of crime classifications by agency
N-DEx Prototype n Los Angeles Regional Crime Information Center (LARCIS) n n 365, 919 Submissions submitted (March 13, 2007) Mapped data to N-DEx Bundle Version 1. 0. 4 Daily submissions via standard web interface over the CJIS Wide Area Network Delaware Justice Information System (DELJIS) n n n 15, 771 Submissions submitted (March 13, 2007) Mapped data to N-DEx Bundle Version 1. 0. 4 Daily submissions via standard web interface over the CJIS Wide Area Network
Next participating N-DEx Prototyping Agencies n ARJIS connectivity is established n Working through minor validation issues n Ohio submitted test data, mapping to new IEPD n Marietta, GA data validated n AFOSI mapping to the new IEPD n Nebraska mapping to new IEPD
Developers n Information for Developers – How to connect to N-DEx n n n Web Service Information Downloads Location of Service Endpoints