Shaping the Future of Public Safety and Collaboration. XML Exchange Development. Deploy. Requirements. NIEM. Mo del Data. Test. Suspicious Activity Reporting. Build Exchange. Generate Dictionary. Overview – Public Sector NIEM Team, December 2011.
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Shaping the Future
of Public Safety and
XML Exchange Development
Suspicious Activity Reporting
Overview – Public Sector NIEM Team, December 2011
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In the ten years since 9/11/2001, we have seen the information sharing challenges in the public safety arena expand beyond terrorist threats to encompass a broad set of criminal justice, emergency management, intelligence, and other homeland security activities.Has the power and breadth of available information sharing solutions kept up with the scale and scope of the problem? What solutions are needed for 2020 problems? By examining current architecture and data sharing methods, the community can address the needs that must be met to deliver the next generation of pragmatic solutions with standards-based information sharing.
Social Challenges and Community Involvement
Enabling Technologies – SAR v2
Standards and Adoption Roadmap
Q & A
Focus is on law enforcement and financial services sector rather than broad citizen and community involvement
Current NSI sites:
Seemingly unconnected activity and participants provide key markers to intended criminal or terrorist patterns
Who knew that NordineAmrani had acquired three hand grenades a shotgun and an automatic weapon?
NIEM – National Information Sharing Model
LEXS – Logical Entity eXchange System
Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) version 2
NIEM SAR – standards based approach
Components of NIEM
Common Language(Data Model Lifecycle)
Repeatable, Reusable Process
(Exchange Specification Lifecycle)
Built and governed by the business users at Federal, State, Local, Tribal and Private Sectors
Workflow support unclear
Specific to narrow 911 terrorism incident profile
Suspicious Activity +Vehicle “XYZ” +
Reviews and Assigns
Incident Report Workflow
Activity Location Mapping
User can browse and select phone camera image
User can click here to allow sharing of the GPS coordinates from their phone location
Toward 2020 Policing and Community Coordination
LEXS components referenced
NIEM core components
New structure components
based on NIEM + SAR + new
Definitions stored as syntax neutral canonical XML
Namespaces of dictionary components
SAR built with CAM editor toolkit from: