N-DEx Update (Pete Fagan, IACP Outreach Consultant)

Report
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 NDEx 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.
N-DEx
Participants
N-DEx Data
April 29, 2010
92,613,316 Records
National Data Sources
DHS ICEPIC, D-DEx
AFOSI -16,732
DOJ Agency Data Available-25,356,181
• ATF
• BOP ITSLOG
• BOP ITSLIST
LInX
Northwest
O-NIBRS
498,612
RAIN
• BOP SENTRY
• DEA
• FBI ECF
• FBI UNI
• JABS
• USMS
Oneida Tribe - 81
Oneida
Tribe
LEJIS
NCJIS
104,312
ARIES
KIBRS
266
IRIS
LAPD
3,278,440
LInX Hawaii
Chicago /
Great
Lakes
St. Louis
Crimematrix
AZLink
SoCal
North
LInX
AZLink
East
ARJIS
1,418,531
NJ-DEx
943,924
OLLEISN
4,141,305
LInX
NCR
Harrison
Cty SO
3,495
DELJIS
404,317
LInX Hampton Roads
14,705,099
AZLink
South
N-DEx Data Contributor
OneDOJ Remote Partner
Participating with Both Systems
LInX Southeast
Level of State Participation
Contributing Data to N-DEx
Coordinating on Submission Schedule
Contributing Data & Testing
Data Ready to Contribute
Mapping Data
Signed the MOU
Developing Strategy
T-DEx
41,661,522
OneDOJ Remote Data Source
LInX Gulf Coast
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N-DEx Data
February 2011
104,503,010 records National Data Sources
DHS ICEPIC, D-DEx, AFOSI
DOJ Agency Data Available
•ATF
•BOP ITSLOG
•BOP ITSLIST
LInX
Northwest
•BOP SENTRY
•DEA
•FBI ECF
•FBI UNI
•JABS
•USMS
O-NIBRS
RAIN
WIJIS
Oneida
Tribe
Mi-DEx
LEJIS
Chicago /
Great Lakes
NJ-DEx
OLLEISN
NCJIS
ARIES
Harrison
Cty SO
MO-DEx
KIBRS
AZLink North
SoCal
IRIS LInX
LAPD
ARJIS
LInX Hampton Roads
KSP
St. Louis
Crimematrix
DELJIS
LInX
NCR
AZLink
East
LInX Hawaii
ULTRA
AZLink
South
N-DEx Data Contributor
OneDOJ Remote Partner
Participating with Both Systems
LInX Southeast
T-DEx
Level of State Participation
Contributing Data to N-DEx
Coordinating on Submission Schedule
Contributing Data & Testing
Data Ready to Contribute
Mapping Data
Signed the MOU
Developing Strategy
OneDOJ Remote Data Source
LInX Gulf Coast
TBSN
66
N-DEx Data
April 2012
136,006,14 records
National Data Sources
DHS , D-DEx, AFOSI
DOJ Agency Data Available
•ATF
•BOP ITSLOG
•BOP ITSLIST
LInX Northwest
•BOP SENTRY
•DEA
•FBI ECF
•FBI UNI
•JABS
•USMS
O-NIBRS
RAIN
WIJIS
Isanti, MN
Oneida
Tribe
NYDEx
Mi-DEx
NV AG’s Office
Mifflin Cty
Chicago /
Great Lakes
ARIES
MO-DEx
SBISS
I-CLEAR
IRIS
SoCal
LInX
LAPD
ARJIS
AZLink
East
AZLink
Central
AZLink
South
Harrison
Cty SO
IN DOC
LInX
NCR
WV
DOC
KSP
St. Louis
Crimematrix
DELJIS
DC Metro
LInX Hampton Roads
North Little Rock
SIBRS
Rio Grande
LInX
ULTRA
Marietta PD
Marietta
LEAP
N-DEx Data Contributor
OneDOJ Remote Partner
Participating with Both Systems
LInX Southeast
New Orleans
T-DEx
Level of State Participation
Contributing Data & Testing
Data Ready to Contribute
LEJIS
TIBRS
TIBRS
TIBRS
LInX Hawaii
Contributing Data to N-DEx
Coordinating on Submission Schedule
SWISS
NJ-DEx
KIBRS
AZLink North
Boston
OLLEISN
NCJIS
NV DOC
Rochester,
NH
Mapping Data
Signed the MOU
Developing Strategy
LInX Gulf Coast
OneDOJ Remote
Data Source
Unclassified/For
Official Use Only
TBSN
7
Current N-DEx Participants
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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, 2012 - 136,006,140 records
Federal
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FBI
ATF
BOP
DEA
AFOSI
U.S. Marshal
JABS
DHS
Regional
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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
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Colorado - El Paso SO
Georgia – Evans Co SO
Georgia – Marietta Police Department
West Virginia – Fairmont PD
 State
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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
Component
Source
Record Description
Data Volume
ATF
NFORCE
•Subject of Interest
•Open & Closed cases
BOP
ITSLIST
•Federal inmate authorized call lists
2,462,140
ITSLOG
•Federal inmate authorized call logs
11,174,356
SENTRY
•Federal inmate biographical & activity records
through out incarceration
1,656,696
DEA
NADDIS
•Subjects of interest w/phone numbers, locations and
associates
•Open cases
3,285,845
JABS - Joint Automated
Booking System
JABS
•Booking Data
•Images
4,031,133
FBI
FBI ECF Data
•Open and closed case records, including narratives
192,410
FBI UNI Data
•Subjects of interest with phone numbers, locations
and associates
•Open and Closed cases
479,860
WIN
• Warrant Service Records
• Case Records
445,778
US Marshals Service
101,731
Searchable N-DEx Records
Component
Source
Record Description
Data Volume
Air Force OSI
I2MS
•Incident/Case
5,848
Alabama Criminal Justice
Information Center
ULTRA
•Incident/Case
844,732
Arkansas
ACIC
• Incident/Case
64,421
California – Bay Area
ARIES
•Incident/Case
94,387
California – San Diego
ARJIS
•Incident/Case
1,658,083
California – Los Angeles
IRIS
•Incident/Case
3,372,230
California - Southern
SoCal LInX
•Incident/Case
7,841,164
Colorado
El Paso Sheriffs Office
•Incident/Case
1
Washington, DC
DC Metro PD
•Incident/Case
912,094
Delaware
DELJIS
•Incident/Case
•Narratives
816,875
Georgia
Evans Co SO
•Incident/Case
1
Georgia
Marietta PD
•Incident/Case
955,835
Illinois
Chicago PD
•Incident/Case
3,825,951
Kansas
KIBRS
•Incident/Case
1,599,380
Searchable N-DEx Records
Component
Source
Record Description
Data Volume
Kentucky State Police
KYOPS
•Incident/Case
•Arrest
1,375,562
Maryland
DPS
•Incident
467
Michigan
MI-DEx
•Incident
1,609,872
Missouri State Highway Patrol
MO-DEx
•Incident/Case
•Narratives
105,681
Nebraska
NCJIS
•Incident/Case
150,590
New Jersey State Police
NJ-DEX
•Incident/Case
•Vehicle
•Citation
•Narratives
3,312,876
New York
NYDEx
•Incident
New York
Oneida Indian
Nation
•Incident/Case
161
Ohio State Highway Patrol
OLLEISN
•Incident/Case
•Arrest
5,172,321
Oregon
O-NIBRS
•Incident/Case
904,759
Tennessee
CRMS
•Incident/Case
6,193,171
392,658
Searchable N-DEx Records
Component
Source
Record Description
Data Volume
Texas
T-DEx
•Incident/Case
•Narratives
54,500,608
VA – Hampton Roads
LInX
•Incident/Case
•Citation
•Arrest
•Narratives
•Photos
7,929,903
Virginia
Roanoke Area Criminal Justice
Information Network
• Incident/Case
93,584
Washington - Northwest Region
LInX
•Incident/Case
8,294,640
•Incident/Case
•Citation
•Narratives
71,358
Wisconsin Department of Justice
West Virginia
Fairmont PD
•Incident/Case
21,752
West Virginia
Harrison Co.
•Incident/Case
•Narratives
3,496
Projected N-DEx Participants
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N-DEx has commitments from the following participants:
 Federal
 DoD (D-DEx)
 ATF (NICS Denial File)
 Regional
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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)
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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
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.
N-DEx Acceptable Uses
The CJIS Advisory Policy Board affirmed N-DEx may be used by personnel engaged
in the following job activities.
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List of acceptable uses:
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Law Enforcement Investigation
Pretrial Release Investigation
Intake Investigation
Correctional Institution Investigation
Pre-Sentence Investigation
Supervision Investigation
Data Management
Training
• Criminal Justice Employment Background Checks.
Approved N-DEx Access
Agency Types (identified by 9th character of ORI):
Law Enforcement
0 - 9 (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?
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If so, what is the state strategy?
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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?
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IT Staff and/or Service Provider
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The N-DEx Program Office
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Be a champion in your state –
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Assist with the state strategy and encourage participation/
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Make N-DEx part of strategic agency and IT plans
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Assist in getting our outreach team to participate in executive events
Questions?
Pete Fagan
IACP Outreach Consultant
[email protected]
(804)513-3829

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