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nlets the international justice and public safety information sharing network search symposium

Nlets: The International Justice and Public Safety Information Sharing NetworkSEARCH Symposium

nlets and information sharing
Nlets and Information Sharing
  • State owned system connecting all 50 states, territories along with every federal agency with a justice component.
    • 550,000 devices in U.S. and Canada
      • Running over 51 million transactions each month
  • 40 years sharing data – the hub for interstate exchange for justice and public safety
  • Nlets “dictates” the standards for use of the system.
nlets past
Nlets Past…
  • Proprietary data formats mandated to connect disparate state and federal systems
    • Causing extensive/expensive custom programming at each Nlets interface user
  • Nlets and FBI formats – oh so different
    • Causing the states to write a second interface, driving up costs and maintenance issues – not the customer service the two national systems want to give our mutual customers.
nlets today
Nlets today…
  • Still supporting proprietary data formats - but new services will be limited.
  • All Nlets services and responses to GJXDM 3.0.x - all schemas are completed
  • Currently accepting 1 million FBI-CJIS CCH transactions per month in GJXDM 3.0
  • Doing hundreds of thousands of bidirectional transformations (Legacy – XML – Legacy) daily
nlets today5
Nlets today…
  • Kentucky, Maine and Wisconsin are sharing sending and receiving XML rapsheets across Nlets
    • Several other states pending
  • Tennessee has every Nlets transaction coming and going in XML
  • NY is passing all drivers records in CANDLE XML formats
efforts to proliferate xml and webservices
Efforts to proliferate XML and Webservices
  • Nlets has held three XML developers conferences
  • Nlets awarded multiple NIJ grants – most money passed through to multiple states
  • New services are obtained using XML and webservices (or we would never have gotten to them)
  • Multiple states are adopting Nlets specification and planning upgrades to interface
ongoing efforts
Ongoing efforts
  • Accelerated Information Sharing for Law Enforcement
    • Third iteration underway AISLE, AISLE plus, AISLE 2 with NY, DE, WI to share GJXDM 3.0 end to end between these states
  • SRFRS Project, in support of the NCISP – sharing GJXDM 3.0 using Nlets between regional information systems.
partnerships
Partnerships
  • Nlets has been linked and partnered with FBI-CJIS Services for nearly 40 years
    • We carry all III response traffic
    • Hit Confirmation transactions
  • FBI Advisory Policy Board unanimously approved motion: “That Nlets and FBI take immediate steps to adopt the same specification versions for GJXDM 3.0.x, web services and MQ Series
    • This is a very large (entire) population of justice practitioners in the U.S. and Canada
partnerships9
Partnerships
  • Operation Respond
      • Hazmat, RailCar I.D., Chemical Name
      • Future Hazardous truck tracking and notification via nlets
        • All using XML/Webservice
  • Interpol
    • Roadside access to USNCB (Interpol) via Nlets XML/Webservice
      • Lyon France
  • InsureNet
    • Roadside access to live proof of insurance on vehicles using XML/Webservices via Nlets
  • Public record data (in pilot) to provide access to justice an public safety via Nlets for “free” – XML/Webservice
nlets futures
Nlets Futures
  • Moving towards a service oriented architecture (SOA)
    • Prove within our community that we can share information among a trusted group using XML and web services
      • Delve into the local data where data resides and is managed
    • Create an Nlets portal to allow access flexibility, access to fire and EMS when approved, create an “all search” or “noogle” type capability
    • Create analysis capability of Nlets communication logs for appropriate law enforcement officials
nlets major initiatives
Nlets Major Initiatives
  • XML Message Router (XMR)
  • XML Rap Sheet
  • CANDLE
  • AISLE Plus
nlets xml message router
Nlets XML Message Router
  • Fully operational XMR “switch” (XML Message Router)
    • GJXDM V3.0.x support for all Nlets transactions
    • Bidirectional transformation from legacy to XML and back
    • New transport services – Web services and MQ Series
    • 50+ million transactions per month
  • Positioning Nlets infrastructure to support Internet type technologies
    • Provide access to information AT THE SOURCE!Service Oriented Architecture
xml rap sheet
XML Rap Sheet
  • Interstate Criminal History Transmission Specification V3.0 available
  • Complies with GJXDM V3.0.x
  • Nlets will support XML Rap Sheet V3.0 and V.2.2x but no transformations will occur between 3.0 and 2.2 - V2.2x will only be delivered as text
xml rap sheet progress
XML Rap Sheet Progress
  • Wisconsin, Maine and Kentucky sending all rap sheets as XML to Nlets; currently forwarded as text
  • FBI sending all III rap sheets through Nlets in XML V3.0.x format; Nlets converts to text for delivery to all states at present
  • Several others approaching
candle
CANDLE

National Institute of Justice

Bureau of Justice Assistance

Nlets, The International Justice and Public Safety Information Sharing Network (Awardee)

American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators

Collaboration between AAMVA and Nlets for Driver License Exchange

problem
Problem
  • No uniform interstate DMV responses for public safety officers
    • Inefficient
    • Potentially dangerous
candle project
CANDLE Project
  • Pilot project to exchange standardized XML
  • Leverages standardized AAMVA code transformations
  • First step toward standardized transactions for law enforcement and AAMVAnet services
pilot states
Pilot States
  • DMV and public safety partnership to deploy national standard XML response format
  • Pilot states: New York, Iowa, Wisconsin, Maine, Delaware
candle progress
CANDLE Progress
  • Collective effort defined DMV person and vehicle XML specifications
  • New York has implemented CANDLE support for all public safety transactions
candle views in state vs national standard
CANDLE ViewsIn-state vs. National Standard
  • States generally are implementing in-state presentation format to avoid retraining; may use national view for all out of state requests
  • National standard view will be very familiar to later adopters because all interstate CANDLE messages will be converted to the national standard view for delivery as text
  • States will be advised to be have the capability to render in either view for interstate collaboration
moving from five to fifty states
Moving from Five to Fifty States
  • Need for adoption at the DMV
  • Much closer alignment with AAMVA
  • Need for adoption by leading Nlets “switch” providers
    • Potential switch provider contracts to provide one time cost for all states supported by switch provider
questions
Questions?

Steve Correll

Executive Director

(602) 224 – 0744

scorrell@nlets.org