Presentation on theme: "The Right Information In the Right Hands Right Now N-DEx What Do YOU Need To Know?"— Presentation transcript:
The Right Information In the Right Hands Right Now N-DEx What Do YOU Need To Know?
What is N-DEx Gathers and stores electronic records from RMS systems from law enforcement/criminal justice agencies across the country: 1.Incident and case reports, - Data Fields & Narratives Tickets Traffic stops Accident data CAD 2.Arrest and Booking data – Data & Images 3.Incarceration/Corrections data, and 4.Probation and parole data N-DEx searches for and detects relationships between people, vehicle/property, location and/or crime characteristics within that data.
N-DEx Data Sharing Control The data owner controls dissemination of their data submitted N- DEx by assigning levels of sensitivity that protect investigative equities. – Desire, Policy, Law LEVEL 1 – NOT RESTRICTED Green level data is disseminated to all authorized users. LEVEL 2 – POINTER N-DEx provides the capability for data contributors to specify “pointer based” sharing of data. (POC Info Only) LEVEL 3 – RESTRICTED N-DEx provides the capability for data contributors to restrict data they submit to N-DEx. The Red level is reserved for the most restricted investigative information.
5 N-DEx Data April 29, ,613,316 Records 5 LInX Southeast National Data Sources DHS ICEPIC, D-DEx AFOSI -16,732 DOJ Agency Data Available-25,356,181 ATF BOP ITSLOG BOP ITSLIST BOP SENTRY DEA FBI ECF FBI UNI JABS USMS NJ-DEx943,924 LInX Hawaii T-DEx41,661,522 LInX Gulf Coast KIBRS266 OLLEISN4,141,305 ARJIS1,418,531 IRIS LAPD3,278,440 LInX NCR LInX Hampton Roads 14,705,099 DELJIS404,317 O-NIBRS498,612 N-DEx Data Contributor OneDOJ Remote Partner Participating with Both Systems St. Louis Crimematrix NCJIS104,312 Harrison Cty SO 3,495 OneidaTribe Contributing Data to N-DEx Contributing Data & Testing Data Ready to Contribute Mapping Data Signed the MOU Level of State Participation Coordinating on Submission Schedule OneDOJ Remote Data Source Developing Strategy Chicago / Great Lakes SoCal LInX RAIN AZLink South AZLink East AZLink North LInX Northwest LEJIS ARIES Oneida Tribe - 81
6 N-DEx Data February ,503,010 records 6 LInX Southeast National Data Sources DHS ICEPIC, D-DEx, AFOSI DOJ Agency Data Available ATF BOP ITSLOG BOP ITSLIST BOP SENTRY DEA FBI ECF FBI UNI JABS USMS NJ-DEx LInX Hawaii T-DEx LInX Gulf Coast KIBRS OLLEISN ARJIS IRIS LAPD LInX NCR LInX Hampton Roads DELJIS O-NIBRS N-DEx Data Contributor OneDOJ Remote Partner Participating with Both Systems St. Louis Crimematrix NCJIS Harrison Cty SO OneidaTribe Contributing Data to N-DEx Contributing Data & Testing Data Ready to Contribute Mapping Data Signed the MOU Level of State Participation Coordinating on Submission Schedule OneDOJ Remote Data Source Developing Strategy Chicago / Great Lakes SoCal LInX RAIN AZLink South AZLink East AZLink North LInX Northwest LEJIS ARIES MO-DEx WIJIS ULTRA Mi-DEx KSP TBSN
Unclassified/For Official Use Only 7 National Data Sources DHS, D-DEx, AFOSI DOJ Agency Data Available ATF BOP ITSLOG BOP ITSLIST BOP SENTRY DEA FBI ECF FBI UNI JABS USMS T-DEx LInX Gulf Coast N-DEx Data Contributor OneDOJ Remote Partner Participating with Both Systems Contributing Data to N-DEx Contributing Data & Testing Data Ready to Contribute Mapping Data Signed the MOU Level of State Participation Coordinating on Submission Schedule OneDOJ Remote Data Source Developing Strategy WIJIS KSP I-CLEAR IN DOC New Orleans TIBRS LEAP Marietta SBISS Marietta PD TIBRS LInX Southeast NJ-DEx LInX Hawaii OLLEISN ARJIS IRIS LAPD LInX NCR LInX Hampton Roads DELJIS O-NIBRS St. Louis Crimematrix NCJIS Harrison Cty SO OneidaTribe SoCal LInX RAIN AZLink South AZLink East AZLink North LInX Northwest LEJIS ULTRA Mi-DEx TBSN Boston North Little Rock DC Metro NYDEx SWISS Mifflin Cty WV DOC AZLink Central SIBRS Rio Grande LInX ARIES Isanti, MN Rochester, NH KIBRS Chicago / Great Lakes MO-DEx NV DOC NV AG’s Office TIBRS N-DEx Data April ,006,14 records
State /Local/Tribal Participation
Current N-DEx Participants N-DEx is receiving data from 38 systems representing over 4,570 agencies Local, state, tribal and other federal agency data available to users through N-DEx access Current data available in N-DEx as of April 15, ,006,140 records Federal FBI ATF BOP DEA AFOSI U.S. Marshal JABS DHS Regional California Bay Area (ARIES) California - San Diego (ARJIS) California - Los Angeles (IRIS) California – Southern (SoCal LInX) Illinois – Chicago PD (CLEAR) Virginia - Hampton Roads (LInX) Virginia – Roanoke Area Criminal Justice Information Network Washington D.C. - Metro Police Department Washington - Northwest Region (LInX) West Virginia - Harrison Co Local Colorado - El Paso SO Georgia – Evans Co SO Georgia – Marietta Police Department West Virginia – Fairmont PD State Alabama (ULTRA) Arkansas (NLR PD) Delaware (DELJIS) Kansas (KIBRS) Kentucky (KSP) Maryland (DPS) Michigan (Mi-DEx) Missouri (Mo-DEx) Nebraska (NCJIS) New Jersey (NJ-DEx) New York (NY-DEx) Ohio (OLLEISN) Oregon (O-NIRBRS) Tennessee (CRMS) Texas (T-DEx) Wisconsin (WIJIS) Tribal Oneida Indian Nation
Searchable N-DEx Records ComponentSourceRecord DescriptionData Volume ATFNFORCESubject of Interest Open & Closed cases 101,731 BOPITSLISTFederal inmate authorized call lists2,462,140 ITSLOGFederal inmate authorized call logs11,174,356 SENTRYFederal inmate biographical & activity records through out incarceration 1,656,696 DEANADDISSubjects of interest w/phone numbers, locations and associates Open cases 3,285,845 JABS - Joint Automated Booking System JABSBooking Data Images 4,031,133 FBIFBI ECF DataOpen and closed case records, including narratives192,410 FBI UNI DataSubjects of interest with phone numbers, locations and associates Open and Closed cases 479,860 US Marshals ServiceWIN Warrant Service Records Case Records 445,778
Searchable N-DEx Records ComponentSourceRecord DescriptionData Volume Air Force OSII2MSIncident/Case5,848 Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center ULTRAIncident/Case844,732 ArkansasACIC Incident/Case64,421 California – Bay AreaARIESIncident/Case94,387 California – San DiegoARJISIncident/Case1,658,083 California – Los AngelesIRISIncident/Case3,372,230 California - SouthernSoCal LInXIncident/Case7,841,164 ColoradoEl Paso Sheriffs OfficeIncident/Case1 Washington, DCDC Metro PDIncident/Case912,094 DelawareDELJISIncident/Case Narratives 816,875 GeorgiaEvans Co SOIncident/Case1 GeorgiaMarietta PDIncident/Case955,835 IllinoisChicago PDIncident/Case3,825,951 KansasKIBRSIncident/Case1,599,380
Searchable N-DEx Records ComponentSourceRecord DescriptionData Volume Kentucky State PoliceKYOPSIncident/Case Arrest 1,375,562 MarylandDPSIncident467 MichiganMI-DExIncident1,609,872 Missouri State Highway PatrolMO-DExIncident/Case Narratives 105,681 NebraskaNCJISIncident/Case150,590 New Jersey State PoliceNJ-DEXIncident/Case Vehicle Citation Narratives 3,312,876 New YorkNYDExIncident392,658 New YorkOneida Indian Nation Incident/Case161 Ohio State Highway PatrolOLLEISNIncident/Case Arrest 5,172,321 OregonO-NIBRSIncident/Case904,759 TennesseeCRMSIncident/Case6,193,171
Searchable N-DEx Records ComponentSourceRecord DescriptionData Volume TexasT-DExIncident/Case Narratives 54,500,608 VA – Hampton RoadsLInXIncident/Case Citation Arrest Narratives Photos 7,929,903 VirginiaRoanoke Area Criminal Justice Information Network Incident/Case93,584 Washington - Northwest RegionLInXIncident/Case8,294,640 Wisconsin Department of JusticeIncident/Case Citation Narratives 71,358 West VirginiaFairmont PDIncident/Case21,752 West VirginiaHarrison Co.Incident/Case Narratives 3,496
Projected N-DEx Participants Federal DoD (D-DEx) ATF (NICS Denial File) Regional California – Santa Clara (SBISS) Florida – R-LEx Florida - Southeast (LInX) Florida – Tampa Bay Security Network (COPLINK) Louisiana – Jefferson Parrish (COPLINK) Louisiana - New Orleans Police Department Missouri – St. Louis (Crimematrix) New Mexico – Rio Grande (LInX) Pennsylvania – Southeastern (LEJIS) Texas – Gulf Coast Region (LInX) Virginia - Southwest Virginia TaskForce Washington D.C. – National Capital Region (LInX) State Illinois – State Police (I-CLEAR) Indiana – DOC Iowa (I-CJIS) Maine – State Police Massachusetts (SWISS) Mississippi – DOC Nebraska – DOC Nevada – DOC Nevada – Attorney General’s Office North Carolina – (NC-DEx) Oklahoma (SIBRS) Oklahoma – DOC South Carolina – (SCIEx) West Virginia – DOC Local Utah – Murray PD N-DEx has commitments from the following participants:
Approved N-DEx Access Require that only agencies deemed to be “criminal justice agencies” or agencies performing an “administration of criminal justice” in accordance with Title 28, Code of Federal Regulations [CFR], Part 20, Subpart (A) be considered for N-DEx access.
N-DEx Access N-DEx contains criminal justice information obtained by criminal justice agencies in connection with their official duties administering criminal justice. N-DEx system access is restricted to criminal justice agencies and agencies performing the administration of criminal justice.
List of acceptable uses: Law Enforcement Investigation Pretrial Release Investigation Intake Investigation Correctional Institution Investigation Pre-Sentence Investigation Supervision Investigation Data Management Training Criminal Justice Employment Background Checks. Uses N-DEx Acceptable Uses The CJIS Advisory Policy Board affirmed N-DEx may be used by personnel engaged in the following job activities.
Approved N-DEx Access Agency Types (identified by 9 th character of ORI): Law Enforcement (numeric values) Law Enforcement Agencies, e.g., police, sheriff, etc. Criminal Justice A - Prosecuting Attorney's Offices (includes District Attorney's Offices, Attorney General's Offices, etc.) B - Pretrial service agencies and pretrial release agencies C - Correctional Institutions (includes, jails, prisons, detention centers, etc.) E - Nongovernmental railroad or campas police departments qualifying for access to III G - Probation and Parole Offices I - INTERPOL J – Courts and Magistrates Offices M – Custodial facilities in medical or psychiatric institutions and some medical examiners’ offices which are CJ in function N- Regional dispatch centers that are CJAs or noncriminal justice governmental agencies performing DJ dispatching functions for CJAs Y - Local, county, state, or federal agencies that are classified as criminal justice agencies by statute but do not fall into one of the aforementioned categories, e.g., Arkansas Crime Information Center
Methods of Accessing N-DEx LEO LEX-SR Federated Identity Management – LEO EIMS Portal
Things to consider Is there a state strategy for sharing criminal justice data? If so, what is the state strategy? How does your agency fit into the state strategy? Is your agency data sharable with the entire criminal justice community? Who is mapping your agency data to N-DEx? IT Staff and/or Service Provider The N-DEx Program Office Be a champion in your state – Assist with the state strategy and encourage participation/ Make N-DEx part of strategic agency and IT plans Assist in getting our outreach team to participate in executive events
Questions? Pete Fagan IACP Outreach Consultant (804)