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CRIME RECORDS SERVICE UPDATE Texas Department of Public Safety TCJIUG Corpus Christi May 2007
The Path to NIEM Project n n Contract awarded to Unisys Evaluation Team 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Mike Shannon, Harris County Kirk Green, Galveston County Tammy Cannon, TDCJ Bruce Hermes, OCA Al Garcia, Houston PD Mike Lesko, DPS Don Farris, DPS
The Deliverables DELIVERABLE 1: UPDATE THE TJI 3 PLAN n Step # 1: Review/Validation of Background Material n Step #2: Focus Group Meeting n Step #3: Re-Write the TJI 3 Plan into The Texas Path to NIEM
The Deliverables DELIVERABLE 2: GAP ANALYSIS AND DATA REFERENCE MODEL n Step #1: Identify the Exchanges to be Included in TJIEM n Step #2: Analyze the Processes and Exchanges with the JIEM Tool n Step#3: Perform a Gap Analysis n Step #4: Create the Texas Justice Information Exchange Reference Model (TJIEM)
Project Start-up Approximate Dates n n n Contract Signing: May 2 Kick-off Conference Call: May 11 First Focus Group Meeting: May 15 -30 The meetings dates are dependent upon availability of members
TXGANG Re-Design n Over the Summer of 2006, DPS and OAG met with Gang Investigators around the state on the weaknesses of TXGANG and what should be done Resulted in decision to move forward with RFP for a statewide gang database The RFP is in final stages of review
TXGANG Re-Design Key Concepts: n n n Automated interface with local agency gang systems Accept photos Provide local agency gang file services Enable easy validation of records Access via TLETS
GOVERNOR’S OFFICE LIVESCAN INITIATIVE n 246 agencies are reporting arrest information electronically via livescan. n Governor’s Office of Homeland Security is funding an initiative to place at least one livescan device in every county in Texas.
Homeland Security Livescan Initiative
LIVESCAN ARREST SUBMISSIONS
DISPOSITION SUBMISSIONS n 84 counties are currently reporting dispositions electronically.
SECURE CCH WEBSITE n n 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week on-line access to CCH data to authorized users More than 8, 957 authorized agencies More than 1, 475 criminal justice agencies https: //records. txdps. state. tx. us/
PUBLIC ACCESS CCH WEBSITE n n n Allows general public access to conviction and deferred adjudication information. Costs approximately $3. 00 for a search Does not include juveniles Is regularly sold to private entities https: //records. txdps. state. tx. us/
CRIME RECORDS CJIS REPORTING WEBSITE n n Crime Records has created CJIS reporting website with information and reports for CJIS reporting agencies: https: //cch. txdps. state. tx. us/cch/app Send your name, agency name and phone number to ursula. [email protected] state. tx. us Can obtain open arrests; compliance reports; list of nondisclosures and juvenile restricted records; ORI lists; Offense Code lists; Electronic Disposition Reporting information We are in the process of adding the capability to accepting online submission of prosecutor and court actions (ER 3’s and ER 4’s) for small paper-based counties
2007 State of Texas Conference On Criminal Justice Information System Reporting Hyatt Regency Hotel Austin July 23 -25, 2007 State website for cjis reporting issues and Conference information: http: //www. txdps. state. tx. us/cjis/ Contact DPS CJIS Field Support Unit at 512/424 -2478 for any information or questions
SECURE SEX OFFENDER WEBSITE n Law enforcement agencies can update sex offender records on-line. n Records must already have been established by fingerprint submissions. n Works very well to help keep sex offender information up to date. n Currently 851 agency participants
PUBLIC SEX OFFENDER WEBSITE n n All Sex Offenders as entered by DPS and local agencies No cost searches Is sold in bulk Mapping is available
SOR NEIGHBORHOOD NOTIFICATION • Mailing of notification to all individuals of when a sex offender moves into their neighborhood • • Subdivided areas – three block radius Non-subdivided areas – 1 mile radius • Notification in English and in Spanish • Includes a picture of the sex offender • Only recovering approximately 17% of costs
Sex Offender Mapping You are here at the conference
SEX OFFENDER REDESIGN n n n Bring Texas into compliance with Adam Walsh (SB 1740)—except juveniles Provide subscription service Keep Texas offenders who go out-of-state on the Texas system, without a Texas NCIC record Make work addresses public Technical enhancements
TCIC TRANSACTIONS Yearly total: Monthly Avg: Daily Avg: Hourly Avg: 75, 707, 933 6, 308, 994 207, 419 8, 642
TCIC Totals AS OF April 28, 2007 Wanted Persons 64, 661 Wanted - TCIC Only 169, 145 Capius Warrants 5, 570 Stolen Vehicles 105, 852 License Plates 12, 411 Protective Orders 12, 354 Temporary Protective Orders 1, 879 Protective Orders - TCIC Only 1, 109 Individual Identity Records 396 Threats Against Peace Officers 298 Sex Offenders 40, 564 Sex Offenders - Texas only 8, 001 Concealed Handgun Licenses 307, 499
Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) n n n Statewide fingerprinting services for non-criminal justice purposes DPS contracted with Integrated Biomentric Technologies, Inc. Charge $9. 95 person DPS receives no funds TCLEOSE to start requiring for Law Enforcement Applicants Contact: Margie Kyser margie. [email protected] state. tx. us
Federal Initiatives n Next Generation Identification n n Upgrade to FBI IAFIS Multi-modal Biometric capabilities Fingerprints n Palmprints n Facial recognition n Retina/Iris scan n Adopt new biometric technologies as available n n Requirements gathering being finalized
Federal Initiatives n Next Generation Identification n Upgrade to process 200, 000 fingerprint searches per day U. S. Guest worker program estimated at 120, 000 fingerprint searches per day Increase in non-criminal justice searches nationwide
Federal Initiatives n CJIS XML to NIEM n n n Have already done Rap Sheet in GJXDM 3. 0 FBI is marking up NCIC in XML Will create NCIC transactions into XML Advisory Process will likely vote to move to CJIS Systems from to NIEM from GJXDM Will look at developing a formal process for moving from one version to the next
N-DEx n The vision of N-DEx is to share complete, accurate, timely and useful information across jurisdictional boundaries and to provide new investigative tools that enhance the Nation’s ability to fight crime and terrorism.
N-DEx n What is N-DEx n At its core, N-DEx is a repository of law enforcement incident data n n N-DEx will provide law enforcement agencies (LEAs) with a powerful new investigative tool to search, link, analyze and share criminal justice information (e. g. , incident and case reports, etc. ) on a national basis to a degree never before possible. N-DEx will allow participating LEAs to detect relationships between people, places, things and crime characteristics, link information across jurisdictions and allow them to “connect the dots” between data that is not apparently related without information overload.
Data Submitted Information Returned Data Services N-DEx Entity Correlation Automated Processing Visualization Entity Resolution Incident/ Case Correlation Capabilities Catalog/ Index Collaboration Search Notification People, Places, Things, Relationships Subscription Analytical/ Reporting
Status of N-DEx n n n FBI has awarded contract for N-DEx to Raytheon Prototyping has begun Texas will connect to N-DEx through TDEX
Pending Legislation n n HB 13 Rep. Swinford: Relating to homeland security issues, including border security issues. Sent back to committee from House Floor. HB 76 Rep. Naishtat: Relating to the collection and analysis of information relating to certain sexual offenses. Passed and sent to Governor. HB 430 Rep. Madden: Relating to the monitoring of certain high-risk sex offenders. Sent to House Floor. HB 767 Rep. Dutton: Relating to law enforcement records. Sent to House Floor.
HB 76 Ref Sex Assault Data Adds the following to DPS data collection: (h) Information collected to perform a statistical breakdown of offenses under Sections 22. 011 and 22. 021, Penal Code, as required by Subsection (b)(2) must include information indicating the specific offense committed and information regarding: (1) the victim; (2) the offender and the offender's relationship to the victim; (3) any weapons used or exhibited in the commission of the offense; and (4) any injuries sustained by the victim.
HB 767 Ref Law Enf Records and Public Information
Pending Legislation HB 800 Rep Dutton: Relating to permitting certain persons placed on deferred adjudication to seek an expunction of arrest records and files. Sent to House Floor. HB 1303 Rep Pena: Relating to the manner of providing notice of a petition or order for the expunction or nondisclosure of certain criminal records. Passed House. HB 1453 Rep Bohac: Relating to the manner in which certain state officials request and receive notice of the residence of certain sex offenders.
Pending Legislation HB 1939 Rep Escobar: Relating to the authority of certain peace officers to dispose of a case based on a Class B misdemeanor without taking the alleged offender before a magistrate. Sent to House Floor. . HB 2656 Rep Parker, et. al. : Relating to requiring that a driver's license, personal identification certificate, commercial driver's license, and commercial driver learner's permit issued by the Department of Public Safety state that the holder is a registered sex offender.
Pending Legislation SB 9 Sen Shapiro: Relating to the dissemination of criminal history record information and child abuse investigation reports for certain purposes, including the certification and employment of educators and other public school employees who engage in certain misconduct. Passed Senate. SB 839 Sen Duncan: Relating to the exchange of information among agencies related to the Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with Medical or Mental Impairments and the agencies responsible for continuity of care for offenders in the criminal justice system who are physically disabled, terminally ill, or significantly ill; providing a criminal penalty. Passed Senate.
Pending Legislation SB 1154 Sen Carona: Relating to regulation of metal recycling entities; providing penalties. Passed Senate. Out of House Committee. SB 1315 Sen Uresti: Relating to a silver alert for missing senior citizens. SB 1740 Sen Shapiro: Relating to the prosecution of certain sexual offenses and to the registration and supervision of sex offenders. Passed Senate.
Questions David Gavin, Asst. Chief, Administration Texas Department of Public Safety (512) 424 -2077 david. [email protected] state. tx. us