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1 Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (Law Enforcement N-DEx) Supporting Investigation, Analysis, Law Enforcement Administration, & the Uniform Crime Reporting Program’s Mission in the Twenty-First Century Criminal Justice Information Services Division CJIS

2 2 N-DEx Data Quality/Data Standards N-DEx Crime Data (beyond current NIBRS) Standard definition of “Incident” for N-DEx purposes and reconciliation with existing NIBRS “Incident” definition Establish minimum standard of data elements for N-DEx entry and N-DEx query Establish mandatory, conditional, and optional N-DEx data elements and define each Delineate which data element(s) & data value(s) “fit” into existing NIBRS Segments and/or develop new N-DEx Segments as needed and map to NIBRS Separate all NIBRS “90Z-All other Offenses” into individual offenses for N-DEx purposes and define Facilitate improvements to existing NIBRS data elements as needed Facilitate utilization/acceptance of NCIC offense codes in N-DEx (and map to NIBRS offense codes) Create a standardized “Incident Report” form to be generated by N-DEx relative to all N-DEx/NIBRS data elements and values Other (to be identified through N-DEx development, prototyping, and piloting)

3 3 N-DEx Data Quality/Data Standards N-DEx Federal Crime Data (Federal Crime Reporting Program) Standard definition of “Event” for N-DEx purposes and reconciliation with existing NIBRS “Incident” definition Map/Code all federal criminal offense codes to NIBRS offense codes (including Military Justice Codes) Review Air Force military offense codes (currently mapped to NIBRS by the agency) and validate mapping Assess all data routinely contained in “Event Reports” and establish federal data elements and data values Map above federal data elements and data values to NIBRS (where possible and resolve those that cannot be mapped) Other (to be identified through N-DEx development, prototyping, and piloting)

4 4 N-DEx Piloting Agencies (Group I) Colorado Bureau of Investigation Agencies to be determined Delaware State Police State-wide RMS Georgia Bureau of Investigation (involved) Marietta Police Department Virginia State Police Alexandria City Police Department Arlington County Police Department Fairfax County Police Department United States Air Force, OSI

5 5 N-DEx Piloting Agencies (Group II) Brady Center (Martinsburg, West Virginia) Missouri Highway Patrol Kansas City Police Department Springfield Police Department St. Louis Police Department St. Louis County Police Department Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Chattanooga Police Department Knoxville Police Department Nashville Police Department California Department of Justice (involved) Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Vermont State Police State-wide RMS West Virginia State Police Cabell County Sheriff’s Office Putnam County Sheriff’s Office Wood County Sheriff’s Office Fairmont Police Department Morgantown Police Department Welch Police Department

6 6 UCR Program “Change Management” Business Process Re-engineering Study of Intake/Output Processes Personnel Succession Full Program Evaluation Survey/Interviews Past Studies Communal Judgment Constituent/FBI Organizational Study

7 7 Thank You ! SSA William Lueckenhoff Unit Chief Law Enforcement N-DEx Program Office Contact Numbers: (304) (304)


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