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Correction’s Role in Criminal Justice Intelligence Networks. If the World is Flat, How Come Corrections is so Round?. Corrections Technology Association May 7, 2007 Charleston, South Carolina Charleston Marriott Hotel. Thomas Herzog Chief Information Officer

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correction s role in criminal justice intelligence networks

Correction’s Role in Criminal Justice Intelligence Networks

If the World is Flat,

How Come Corrections is so Round?

corrections technology association may 7 2007 charleston south carolina charleston marriott hotel
Corrections Technology AssociationMay 7, 2007Charleston, South CarolinaCharleston Marriott Hotel

Thomas Herzog

Chief Information Officer

New York State Department of Correctional Services

[email protected]

workshop overview
Workshop Overview
  • To discuss the evolution of Intelligence Fusion Centers
  • Identify Potential Roles for Corrections Information Services Units in the War on Terrorism and the War on crime
  • Examine how traditional corrections data can assist with intelligence efforts
  • Seek input and information sources to facilitate a CTA Whitepaper
intelligence fusion centers
Intelligence Fusion Centers
  • What are they, and how do they operate?
    • What do they seek to accomplish
    • How are they organized / structured
    • Who participates
    • The globalization of criminal justice
    • Information sharing drives strategy
    • Information is changing our lives
      • The World is Flat
      • The Pentagon Has A New Map
      • Freakonomics
information as an asset
Information as an Asset
  • Information drives intelligence
  • Real Time Crime Centers
  • Crime Mapping Centers
  • Cross pollination of information
  • Inter-agency intelligence teams
  • What Role can Corrections play?
corrections contributions
Corrections Contributions
  • Wealth of traditional data stores
    • Demographic and Crime data
  • Inmate Phone data
  • Visitor and package data
  • Inmate messaging information
  • Social networking analysis
    • Who is talking?
    • To whom are they talking?
building intelligence capacity within corrections departments
Building Intelligence CapacityWithin Corrections Departments
  • Role of the Federal Government
  • Role of State / Local Officials
  • Role of CTA and Corrections Departments
  • Establishing the business case for a Standards-based corrections intelligence gathering model
discussion input
Discussion / Input
  • How do we make our business case?
    • What are the operative issues
  • Ideas and Suggestions
    • How you can help
  • Is this the best approach
    • Recommendations
    • Time Frame for CTA White Paper Development
contact information
Contact Information

Thomas Herzog

Chief Information Officer

New York State Department of Correctional Services

(518) 457-2540

[email protected]

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