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Federal Bureau of Investigation. Criminal Justice Information Services Division July 25, 2008. IAFIS Database. Criminal History File 56.4 Million Subjects Over 206 Million Arrest Cycles Includes: Wanted Persons – 612,000 Sex Offenders – 479,000

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Federal bureau of investigation

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Criminal Justice Information Services Division

July 25, 2008


Iafis database
IAFIS Database

  • Criminal History File

    • 56.4 Million Subjects

    • Over 206 Million Arrest Cycles

  • Includes:

    • Wanted Persons – 612,000

    • Sex Offenders – 479,000

    • Interstate Photo File – Over 5 Million Photos

    • Known and Suspected Terrorists


Iafis success
IAFIS Success

  • Average Monthly Transaction Volume

    • 2.8 Million

  • Database Additions

    • Increases by Approximately 6,000 to 7,000

      Per Day

  • Record High Completions

    • 146,927 Transactions within 24 Hours

  • Response Time (Electronic Submissions)

    • Criminal (98.3 % completed within 2 hours)

      (76.2 % completed in 15 minutes or less)

    • Civil (99.5 % completed within 24 hours)


Change is needed
Change Is Needed

  • FBI Mission Change

    • Changed since IAFIS went live in 1999

    • IAFIS continues to be successful at its

      criminal and non-criminal justice missions

    • We now must expand to support the new

      counterterrorism mission

  • Technology Advancements

    • Since we implemented IAFIS in 1999, we

      have continually added enhancements to the system. However, there are stilltechnological advancements existing today that are not part of IAFIS.

  • Changing Business Needs

    • Increase in noncriminal justice fingerprint background checks

    • New legislation


Next generation identification
Next Generation Identification

  • Major upgrade to current IAFIS providing improved and new functionality

    • Improve and expand existing biometric identification services

    • Accommodate increased information processing demands

    • Increase speed, accuracy, and capacity

    • Expanded latent functionality

    • Improve information sharing in support of the FBI’s counterterrorism mission

    • Enhance interoperability between stakeholders at all levels of government

      • State, Local, Federal and International



Ngi capabilities

Biometric

Multimodal

Framework

NGI Capabilities

Quality Check Automation

Interstate Photo System (Mugshots)

Disposition Reporting Improvements

Advanced Fingerprint Identification Technology

Enhanced IAFIS Repository

National Palm Print System

Flexibility

Accuracy

Interoperability

Scalability


Quality check automation
Quality Check Automation

  • Functionality

    • Automate Manual QC Processes

  • Benefits

    • Quicker Responses & Consistency

      Completed July 1, 2007


Interstate photo system
Interstate Photo System

  • Functionality

    • Enhance the Enrollment of

      Photos

    • Enhance the Retrieval

      Capability of Photos

    • Provide Photo Search Capability

      • Scars, Marks, and Tattoos

      • Existing Photos

    • Enhance the Maintenance of Photos


Interstate photo system1
Interstate Photo System

Future Facial Recognition Technology

  • Provide law enforcement with a large scale facial recognition investigative tool


Disposition reporting improvements
Disposition Reporting Improvements

  • Enhanced Disposition Processing

    • Modernization of MRD Process

    • Submissions Via III

    • Submissions Via CJIS WAN

    • Direct Federal Court Submissions

      A portion of this modernization began on

      September 2, 2007


Advanced fingerprint identification technology
Advanced Fingerprint Identification Technology

  • Functionality

    • Enhance the IAFIS Fingerprint Processing Service

    • Increase IAFIS Processing Capacity, Storage Capacity, & Accuracy

    • Improve IAFIS Availability

    • Enhance Latent Processing Services

    • Repository for Individuals of Special Concern (RISC)


Repository for individuals of special concern
Repository for Individuals of Special Concern

  • New Rapid/Mobile Identification Service

    • Enable users to quickly assess the threat level of an encountered individual

  • Limited Repository Search

    • Wanted Persons

    • Known and Suspected Terrorists

    • Other Persons of Special Interest

  • Responses

    • Red (Positive Identification)

    • Yellow (Possible Identification)

    • Green (No Identification)


Enhance latent processing services
Enhance Latent Processing Services

1980 Murder Case - Michigan

  • 89-year-old woman

    • Beaten and stabbed in her home

  • Latent prints lifted

    • From a light bulb receptacle

  • No hits from Michigan

  • 2003-Michigan gained latentconnectivity to IAFIS

  • 2006-print identified

    • Existing records in MN, IL, CA, and Canada

  • At the time, he was being held in a CA facility

  • He was extradited to MI upon release


Enhanced iafis repository
Enhanced IAFIS Repository

  • Functionality

    • Provide Identity Management Services

    • Provide Iris Services

    • Provide Rap Back Services

    • Expand Repository Infrastructure


Iris repository
Iris Repository

  • Functionality

    • Provide the submission of Iris data

      • Accept with criminal & civil submissions

      • Accept bulk submissions

      • Perform cascaded search

    • Provide retrieval capability

    • Provide Iris search capability

    • Provide Iris maintenance capability

      • Retain an unlimited number of Iris data


National palm print system
National Palm Print System

  • Provide Palm Print Services

    • Establish a Palm Print

      Repository

    • Provide Latent and Known

      Palm Print Search Capabilities

    • Allow Bulk Submissions


Multimodal framework
Multimodal Framework

  • Flexible and Scalable Architecture to Accommodate New Technologies

  • Ability to Accept and Store Additional Biometric Information

  • Ability to Search Additional Biometrics

  • Provide the Framework to Facilitate Multimodal Biometric Fusion Techniques


Latent functionality
Latent Functionality

  • Training

  • Integration of Universal Latent Workstation (ULW) and Remote Fingerprint Editing Software (RFES) to leverage the best possible features and address new NGI latent functionality

  • Reassess daily latent search capacity and current limitation policy

  • Develop a national marketing plan for latent services


Ngi time line contract update

2007

2008

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

NGI Time Line – Contract Update

Recent Activities

RFP Released

V 1.0

V 1.2

Contract Award

Due Diligence

Due Diligence

Source Selection

Protest Filed /Stop Work Issued

Protest Withdrawn


Development strategy
Development Strategy

  • NGI Development & Deployment

    • Incremental Approach

      • Operational Functionality Each Fiscal Year

    • Biometric Search Analysis Study (Trade Study)

      • Assess biometric technology

      • Provide recommendations for biometric implementation

      • 7 specific technologies to be evaluated


Federal Bureau of Investigation

Rachel Tucker

Liaison Specialist

Criminal Justice Information Services Division

Next Generation Identification Program

Telephone: (304) 625-4119

Email: [email protected]

Questions?


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