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1 The Law Enforcement National Data Exchange 2012 Emergency Management Conference April 2, 2012 N-DEx

2 The transition from TDEx to N-DEx  2005 – TDEx created  2007 – Administration was transferred to DPS Crime Records  2009 – DPS assigned TDEx Field Reps  2011 – Decision was made to transition to N-DEx 2012 Emergency Management Conference

3 N-DEx N-DEx is an FBI CJIS Division system. It provides law enforcement agencies (LEAs) with a tool to assist in the investigation of crimes. 2012 Emergency Management Conference

4 N-DEx Increment 1 – March 2008 Provide the capability to share and manage incident/case report and arrest data Provide the capability to share open/closed investigative case data Provide a secure forum for users to search; graphically visualize data scenarios; and use analytical reporting tools. Supported 50,000 users 2012 Emergency Management Conference

5 N-DEx Increment 2 – July 2009 Began the integration of the OneDOJ System Expanded capabilities to include collaboration, notification, and subscription Sharing and managing of booking and incarceration data Supported 100,000 users 2012 Emergency Management Conference

6 N-DEx Increment 3 – March 2011 Expanded capabilities to include the sharing and managing of probation and parole data. Enhanced data collaboration tools. Enhanced notification and subscription tools. Enhanced the home page Supports 200,000 + users 2012 Emergency Management Conference

7 N-DEx Total Records 79,675,069 Federal Records Air Force OSI – 5675 ATF – 85,338 BOP – 6,118,729 DEA – 3,241,487 FBI – 609,417 JABS – 3,431,364 USMS – 52,693 State/Local Data Alabama/ULTRA 390,807 California/(ARIES,ARJIS,LASD) 6,795,675 Delaware/DELJIS 730,103 Kansas/KIBRS 1,588,974 Kentucky/KSP 1,310,785 Michigan/MIDEX 1,304,460 Missouri/MSHP 105,681 Nebraska/NCJIS 129,009 New Jersey/NJSP 3,180,546 New York/NY-DEx 34,994 Ohio/OLLEISN 4,777,992 Oregon/ONIBRS 877,987 Tennessee/CRMS 4,903,902 Texas/TDEx 52,791,463 Virginia/Hampton Roads 7,572,007 West Virginia/HCSO 10,543 Wisconsin/WIJIS 53,519 2012 Emergency Management Conference

8 Who Contributes Data* Air Force Office of Special Investigation 5,829 Alabama Criminal Justice Information 390,807 Arkansas 61,016 California (ARIES) 94,390 California (San Diego - ARJIS) 1,602,186 California (Los Angeles - IRIS) 3,372,232 California (Southern California LINx) 5,099,099 Colorado 1 Delaware 730,103 Department of Justice (DOJ) 23,173,234 *Continued... RECORDS IN SYSTEM

9 DC Metro PD 503,591 Georgia (Marietta PD & Evans Co SO) 933,775 Illinois 3,133,800 Illinois (Chicago PD) 20 Kansas 1,588,974 Kentucky 1,310,785 Michigan (State Police) 1,304,460 Missouri (Highway Patrol) 105,681 Nebraska 129,009 New Jersey (State Police) 3,180,546 Who Contributes Data?* *Continued...

10 Who Contributes Data* Ohio (OLLEISN) 4,777,992 Oneida Indian Nation, Oneida, NY 154 Oregon 877,987 Tennessee (CRMS) 4,903,902 Texas (T-DEx) 52,791,463 U.S. Marshals Service 445,779 Virginia (State Police) LINx 7,572,007 Washington, LINx NW 8,294,675 WV (Harrison Co SO & Fairmont PD) 10,543 Wisconsin Department of Justice 53,519 126,447,559 Records *As of December 15, 2011

11 FBI Contributions 2012 Emergency Management Conference AlbanyHonoluluMinneapolisSacramento AlbuquerqueHoustonMobileSan Antonio AnchorageIndianapolisNewarkSan Diego AtlantaJacksonvilleNorfolkSeattle BaltimoreKansas CityOklahoma CitySpringfield CincinnatiLas VegasOmahaSt. Louis ClevelandLittle RockPhoenixTampa DallasLos AngelesPittsburghWashington DC DenverLouisvillePortland El PasoMiamiRichmond

12 N-DEx 2012 Emergency Management Conference

13 Major Texas Cities Houston (1)PlanoPasadena (3)Abilene (1) San Antonio (1)LaredoMesquite (1)Frisco (3) Dallas (1)Lubbock (1)McKinney (1)Denton (3) AustinGarland (3)McAllenMidland (1) Fort Worth (1)Irving(3)Killeen (1)Wichita Falls (1) El Paso (1)Amarillo (1)Waco (1)Odessa (1) Arlington (2)Grand Prairie(3)CarrolltonLewisville (3) Corpus (3)Brownsville (2)Beaumont 2012 Emergency Management Conference

14 Becoming an N-Dex User I. Establish a LEO (Law Enforcement Online) Account II. From your LEO account, request an N-Dex Account III. Provide requested information for vetting purposes 2012 Emergency Management Conference

15 Becoming a Contributing Agency I. Complete Online Survey II. Work with Appriss (our vendor) to Install Interface III. Test Data in Prep Environment IV. Sign Off on Data Submission  This same process will be used for agencies who were once contributors and wish to contribute again. 2012 Emergency Management Conference

16 N-DEx Demonstration Questions? 2012 Emergency Management Conference


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