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1 1 Nevada Offense Code (NOC) Governance Model Presented by Scott Sosebee and Julie Butler Department of Public Safety and Administrative Office of the Courts July 23, 2009

2 2 Overview Purpose of Presentation What is a NOC? NOC Definitions Intent of NOC Program NOC Implementation Update Authority Challenges to Current NOC Program Current NOC Program Organization Proposed NOC Governance Model

3 3 Purpose of Presentation 1.Present source of authority for NCJIS Advisory governance of NOCs 2.Present and request approval of the proposed NOC governing model structure 3.Outline process for developing policies and procedures 4.Challenges to continued NOC implementation and maintenance –Funding –Project prioritization –Ongoing sponsorship of NOC program

4 4 What is a NOC? Nevada Offense Code (NOC) –Used since the inception of the Criminal History Repository Allows for statistical analysis of crimes –Codes used to describe all charges against defendants –Historically used by LEA when reporting arrests Currently expanding throughout justice community to facilitate electronic information exchanges –Integral for reporting records to the Criminal History Repository Statewide adoption of NOCs would improve the timely reporting and matching of dispositions to arrest records

5 5 NOC Definitions Old/Original NOC –5 digit auto-number –No organization –Many duplicates –Example: – Transitional NOC –5 digit number –One-to-one relationship with Intelligent NOC –Allows transition from old NOC to intelligent NOC –Example: Intelligent NOC –Hierarchical approach –Group similar crimes –Plan for table growth and modification –Example: D01029E00NV D01029E00NV

6 6 Intent of NOC Program Redesign the NOC table to better meet the needs of all criminal justice stakeholders Develop an easy-to-use NOC model Develop a NOC model that can be easily and logically updated Develop a transitional model to aid in implementation of intelligent model Enhance electronic information exchanges

7 7 NOC Implementation Update Completed implementation of transitional NOCs to DPS –One-to-one mapping to intelligent NOC model Continued work with local jurisdictions to modify local codes to the new NOC model Creation of draft policies, procedures, and applications to aid in the maintenance of the NOC models

8 8 Authority 179(A).075 – Creation of Central Repository –NOCs are an integral and critical component of data collected and exchanged with the central repository 179(A).079 – Establishment of NCJIS Advisory Committee 3. The Advisory Committee shall: (a) Recommend policies and procedures that apply the best management practices to the activities at the Central Repository;

9 9 Challenges to Current NOC Program No defined program with approved and funded projects –No program sponsorship –No defined and achievable objectives –No defined projects –No budget Transitional period between old NOC model and intelligent NOC model is increasing need for greater governance and program management No formal policies and procedures for NOC creation, changes, or maintenance increasing data integrity issues Overall program and NOC related projects are stalling with no long-term implementation plan, definitive objectives, or dedicated funding.

10 10 Proposed NOC Program Mission Provide accurate NOC data to the Nevada justice community Maintain the NOC model and data Establish policies and procedures Assist in the conversion and implementation of the new NOC model

11 11 Current NOC Program Organization

12 12 Proposed NOC Governance Model

13 13 Proposed NCJIS Steering Committee Responsibilities Prioritize major initiatives and projects Provide direction and assistance on funding requirements Approve statewide NOC policy and information dissemination Resolve appeals

14 14 Proposed NOC Policy Committee Responsibilities Review Draft Policies and Procedures Proposed by Working Group Initiate/Draft Policies and Procedures Finalize Policies and Procedures for Advisory approval Distribute Policies and Procedures to Criminal Justice Community Committee Members Attorney’s Office and Attorney General Representatives DPS and AOC Business and Technology Managers DPS, AOC, and Attorney Office representatives Law Enforcement and Correction agency representatives

15 15 Proposed NOC Working Group Responsibilities Responsibilities NOC Request Fulfillment –Analyze NOC requests –Create and/or modify NOCs –Maintain NOC data integrity NOC Issue Management –Identify, track, and resolve NOC issues NOC Project Assistance –Assist efforts to convert or adopt new NOC model Draft Policies and Procedures Working Group Members AOC and DPS Business and Technology Managers AOC and DPS Analysts DPS DAG, as needed AOC Legal Counsel, as needed AOC Business Consultant, as needed

16 16 Next Steps Governance Funding Project Sponsorship

17 17 Governance Approve proposed NOC governance model OR Provide guidance/direction for future NOC governance

18 18 Funding Considerations Continue operating “as-is” for FY10-11 Establish dedicated funding account for FY –Funding from court assessments

19 19 Project Sponsorship Provide prioritized list of NOC projects for review/approval at next NCJIS Advisory Committee meeting

20 20 Questions?


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