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1 Information Exchange Package Documentation N-DEx
2 1.Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) 2.National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) 3. LEISP Exchange Specification (LEXS) Overview 4. N-DEx Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD)
3 GJXDM Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) An XML standard designed specifically for criminal justice information exchanges Provides law enforcement, public safety agencies, prosecutors, public defenders, and the judicial branch with a tool to effectively share data and information in a timely manner Includes a data model, a data dictionary, and an XML Schema function it..ojp.gov
4 NIEM National Information Exchange Model (NIEM ) An interagency initiative to provide the foundation and building blocks for national-level interoperable information sharing and data exchange Leverages both the extensive GJXDM reference model and the comprehensive GJXDM XML-based framework and support infrastructure Harvests the building blocks from GJXDM and reorganizes them into a partitioned model that is more useful and easily expands to a wide range of government business functions www.NIEM.gov
5 LEXS LEISP Exchange Specification (LEXS) Leverages and reuses work from LEISP and NIEM Defines the data model, syntax and semantics so that more detailed XML specifications for information sharing can be developed LEXS in the construction of an IEPD Dealing with entities in business and relational terms Defining an abstract model Mapping this model to NIEM
6 IEP it.ojp.gov Information Exchange Package (IEP) Represents a set of data that is transmitted for a specific business purpose and reuses work from both LEISP and NIEM Is an actual XML instance that delivers the information NOTE: The N-DEx IEP will incorporate LEXS and NIEM.
7 IEPD Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD or IEP Documentation) A collection of artifacts that describe the structure and content of an IEP Artifacts include: XML Schemas, XML Instances, XSL Stylesheets, UML diagrams, Use Case Diagrams, Business Requirements, Domain Model, XML Mapping (to NIEM Components) NOTE: The N-DEX IEPD follows the NIEM IEPD Template Requirements. it.ojp.gov
8 NIEM: Current Status Approved by the DOJ/DHS CIO’s February 2005 DHS/DOJ Announced on February 28 th, 2005 DOJ/DHS CIO Memorandum of Agreement Key points: Rename GJDXM to signify broader scope Add DHS/DOJ Content Rework Model and Tools (support modularity) Status: Signed Regular National NIEM PMO Meetings NIEM Version 1.0 released September 2006 www.NIEM.gov
9 NIEM: Future Plans NIEM and GJXDM will merge in Harmony release NIEM 2.0/GJXDM 4.0 (Harmony) release candidate is currently out for comment. www.niem.gov www.NIEM.gov
10 LEXS Exchange Specifications LEXS Basics Is compliant with NIEM Is focused on information fusion, entity analytics Sweet spot is heterogeneous data Is a family of IEPDs Publication & Discovery (LEXS-PD) Search & Retrieval (LEXS-SR) Is built for reuse Generic, flexible, and extensible
11 LEXS 3.0 Tasks and Additions Provide support for rich media attachments Develop enhanced schemas and mechanisms for structured content Review efforts of other sharing programs to leverage prior work Develop mechanisms for extensible customized schemas and structures to support multiple domains and initiatives
12 Prototype activities supports the following program initiatives Support and establish the N-DEx data set and data submission guidelines through GJXDM/NIEM Working with Georgia Tech Research Institute to develop Law Enforcement N-DEx Incident Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) 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
13 Prototype Capabilities Prototype agencies will have access to other prototype agencies data Gathering data for the production System Creating realistic data set for System test to ensure operational benefit Providing useable data in the System from Day One forward Validation of the data against the standards Establishing connectivity with the user community Utilizing the data for standards development Basic mapping and graphical displays based upon user search requests Simple searches on people, location, vehicle, and agency.
16 Welcome Welcome Page User functionality based on simple roles.
17 Google Appliance Google search capability of contributor submitted data
18 Google Appliance Incident Report returned from Google search of data.
19 ESRI (Mapping) Mapping capability (zoomed in over LA)
20 ESRI (Mapping) Street level mapping of incident locations. Red - represents primary location of incident. Blue – represents other locations identified in incident.
21 Metrics Daily and total count of submissions Metrics broken out by contributor Percentage of add, modify, deletes Duplicate records identified Percentage of crime classifications by agency
22 This email is an automated notification from the N-DEx prototype system. Please do not respond to this message. Before today, the N-DEx prototype had a total of 1399923 incident reports. Today, we received an additional 1944 documents from our prototype contributors. Today's Submissions By Agency: ================================================== Delaware: 1367 Los Angeles: 577 San Diego: 0 Nebraska: 0 ================================================== Total Documents Before Today By Agency: =================================================== Delaware: 24119 San Diego: 837284 Los Angeles: 537416 Nebraska: 815 Test Submissions: 1097 =================================================== Agency submission formats are as follows: ================================================== Delaware: N-DEx Bundle 1.0.4 Los Angeles: N-DEx Bundle 1.0.4 San Diego: Search Incident Reference Nebraska: N-DEx Bundle 1.0.4 ================================================== This Notification was sent on: Tue May 22 23:55:00 EDT 2007 For more information concerning activity on the N-DEx Prototype, please send questions to email@example.com.
23 N-DEx Prototype Los Angeles Regional Crime Information Center (LARCIS) 537,416 Submissions submitted (May 22, 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) 24,119 Submissions submitted (May 22, 2007) Mapped data to N-DEx Bundle Version 1.0.4 Daily submissions via standard web interface over the CJIS Wide Area Network
24 N-DEx Prototype San Diego Automated Regional Justice Information System (ARJIS) 837,284 Submissions submitted (May 22, 2007) Mapped data to SEARCH Incident Reference IEPD Daily submissions via standard web interface over LEO Nebraska 815 Submissions submitted (May 22, 2007) Mapped data to N-DEx Bundle Version 1.0.4 Daily submissions via e-mail (LEO)
25 Next participating N-DEx Prototyping Agencies ARJIS connectivity is established Working through minor validation issues Ohio submitted test data, mapped to new IEPD Preparing to submit data Marietta, GA data validated AFOSI mapping to the new IEPD Nebraska mapping to new IEPD
26 N-DEx Data Standards N-DEx Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) v1.0 published in compliance with NIEM v 1.0 and LEXS PD version 3.0. The release candidate of NIEM v2.0/GJXDM v4.0 (Harmony) published on 05/29/2007. The next release of the N-DEx IEPD version 2.0 will be published in November 2007. However, N-DEx Increment 1 will accept N-DEx IEPD v1.0.
27 N-DEx IEPD Registered at it.ojp.gov/iepd Registered at it.ojp.gov/iepd Resides at it.ojp.gov/jsc Resides at it.ojp.gov/jsc N-DEx.1.0.0\N-DEx IEPD catalog.html N-DEx.1.0.0\N-DEx IEPD catalog.html Master Documentation Master Documentation Domain Model (PDF) Domain Model (PDF) Domain Model Associations (PDF) Domain Model Associations (PDF) N-DEx LEXS NIEM Mapping N-DEx LEXS NIEM Mapping N-DEx LEXS NIEM Code Tables N-DEx LEXS NIEM Code Tables Change Log Change Log N-DEx Concept of Operations N-DEx Concept of Operations LEXS 3.0 User Guide LEXS 3.0 User Guide
28 N-DEx Artifacts N-DEx Version NIEM/LEXS Date Due 1.0 IEPD Incident/Arrest 1.0/3.0 Done 2.0 IEPD Incident/Arrest 2.0/3.1 11/16/2007 2.0 IEPD Booking/Incarceration 2.0/3.1 2/15/2008 2.0 IEPD Parole/Probation 2.0/3.1 TBD
29 LEXS Schema Artifacts LEXS Version NIEMFeature Set Date Due 3.0 PD Schemas 1.0Strawman 3.0 Done 3.1 PD Schemas 2.0 Initial 7/16/2007 w/o constraints 3.1 SR Schemas 2.0 Initial 7/27/2007 w/o constraints 3.1 PD/SR Schemas 2.0 Final 8/31/2007 3.2 PD/SR Schemas 2.0 (or later) TBD 1/31/2008
30 LEXS Other Artifacts LEXS Version Date Due 3.1 SR Requirements Doc Done 3.1 Design Doc 6/18/2007 3.1 Implementer Guide 9/30/2007 3.2 Requirements Doc 10/31/2007 3.2 Design Doc 12/17/2007 3.2 Implementer Guide 2/29/2008 3.x Implementer Tools TBD
31 Questions N-DEx Program Office Criminal Justice Information Services Division 1000 Custer Hollow Road Clarksburg, WV 26306-0101 SSA Edward C. Waigand (304) 625-4232 firstname.lastname@example.org