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CRIME RECORDS SERVICE UPDATE Texas Department of Public Safety TCJIUG Corpus Christi April 2009 CRIME RECORDS SERVICE UPDATE Texas Department of Public Safety TCJIUG Corpus Christi April 2009

TIJIS/NIEM What is TIJIS? n The Texas Integrated Justice Information Systems (TIJIS) Steering Committee TIJIS/NIEM What is TIJIS? n The Texas Integrated Justice Information Systems (TIJIS) Steering Committee is a statewide advisory group structured to assist in the coordination of statewide IJIS programs for information sharing by establishing a Steering Committee, Users Advisory Group and Users Advisory Group Sub-committees. n www. tijis. org

TIJIS/NIEM What is NIEM (National Information Exchange Model)? n NIEM was launched on February TIJIS/NIEM What is NIEM (National Information Exchange Model)? n NIEM was launched on February 28, 2005, through a partnership agreement between the U. S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the U. S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) n Builds on the success of the Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) to include domains other than Justice and Public Safety n Designed to develop, disseminate and support enterprise-wide information exchange standards and processes n Enable jurisdictions to share critical information n www. NIEM. gov

What is the Texas Path to NIEM? A joint project between DPS, OCA, TDCJ What is the Texas Path to NIEM? A joint project between DPS, OCA, TDCJ and TIJIS to map out a strategy for reaching NIEM compliance for justice, homeland security, and other disciplines in Texas n A project to bring immediate value to Texas justice agencies via the following deliverables n n Rewrote of the “TJI 3” Plan to the “Texas Justice Information Exchange Strategic plan” Gap analysis current exchanges within the Texas justice community Developed IEPD’s and a data reference model of selected exchanges

Next Steps for State Agencies • First priority is for state agencies to be Next Steps for State Agencies • First priority is for state agencies to be able to receive NIEM compliant XMLs • Texas Department of Public Safety • TX Gang and TDEX have NIEM interfaces • Electronic Rapsheet being developed is NIEM conformant • Preparing implementation for Prosecutor Action Reports and Clerk Disposition Reports in NIEM transactions • TDCJ preparing for receipt of NIEM transactions • Portal sharing between TXDPS and TDCJ? • Success is defined by adoption by state and local agencies across the country

TXGANG Re-Design Key Concepts: n n n Automated interface with local agency gang systems 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 Project delivery date is October 2009.

FINGERPRINT SUBMISSIONS TO DPS FINGERPRINT SUBMISSIONS TO DPS

SECURE CCH WEBSITE n 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week on-line access to CCH data to SECURE CCH WEBSITE n 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week on-line access to CCH data to authorized users n More than 10, 900 authorized agencies n More than 1, 700 criminal justice agencies n https: //records. txdps. state. tx. us/

PUBLIC ACCESS CCH WEBSITE n Allows general public access to conviction and deferred adjudication PUBLIC ACCESS CCH WEBSITE n Allows general public access to conviction and deferred adjudication information. n Costs approximately $3. 50 for a search n Does not include juveniles n Is regularly sold to private entities n https: //records. txdps. state. tx. us/

CRIME RECORDS CJIS REPORTING WEBSITE n n CJIS reporting website with information and reports CRIME RECORDS CJIS REPORTING WEBSITE n n CJIS reporting website with information and reports for CJIS reporting agencies: https: //cch. txdps. state. tx. us/cch/app Reference Material Available: n n n n Report of open arrests; Report of Disposition Compliance; List of non-disclosures List of juvenile restricted records; ORI lists; Offense Code lists; Electronic Disposition Reporting information

CRIME RECORDS CJIS REPORTING WEBSITE n n n Can submit prosecutor and court actions CRIME RECORDS CJIS REPORTING WEBSITE n n n Can submit prosecutor and court actions (ER 3’s and ER 4’s) on-line, which is effective for paper-based counties As of April, 106 counties and 1, 362 users are accessing the site To obtain password, send your name, agency name and phone number to ursula. [email protected] state. tx. us

2009 State of Texas Conference On Criminal Justice Information System Reporting Westin Park Central 2009 State of Texas Conference On Criminal Justice Information System Reporting Westin Park Central Hotel, Dallas June 29 - July 1, 2009 CRS 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. 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 967 agency participants

PUBLIC SEX OFFENDER WEBSITE • All Sex Offenders as entered by DPS and local PUBLIC SEX OFFENDER WEBSITE • All Sex Offenders as entered by DPS and local agencies • No cost searches • Is sold in bulk • Mapping is available

Corpus Christi Sex Offenders Corpus Christi Sex Offenders

SOR NEIGHBORHOOD NOTIFICATION • Mailing of notification to all individuals of when a sex 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

SEX OFFENDER SYSTEM REDESIGN n n n Provide subscription service Keep Texas offenders who SEX OFFENDER SYSTEM REDESIGN n n n 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 Builds toward Adam Walsh compliance (no bill in current Legislative Session)

TCIC TRANSACTIONS 2008 Yearly total: 82, 902, 453 2008 Monthly Avg: 6, 908, 538 TCIC TRANSACTIONS 2008 Yearly total: 82, 902, 453 2008 Monthly Avg: 6, 908, 538 2008 Daily Avg: 2008 Hourly Avg: 227, 130 9, 464

Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) n Statewide fingerprinting service for non-criminal justice purposes Fingerprint Applicant Services of Texas (FAST) n Statewide fingerprinting service for non-criminal justice purposes DPS contracted with Integrated Biomentric Technologies, Inc. Charge $9. 95 person DPS receives no funds Printed more than 682, 000 Since Jan 2008 n Contact: Don Farris at Don. [email protected] state. tx. us n n

Information Security Office • • Responsible for Security Audits in Texas Audit Cycle 0 Information Security Office • • Responsible for Security Audits in Texas Audit Cycle 0 completed in October 2008 – • • • 1, 050 agencies’ mailed-in audits were reviewed, starting September 2005 Cycle 1 starts now as on-site visits to the agencies Of the first 23 Cycle 1 audits: • • 14 Agencies (61%) were compliant 9 Agencies (39%) were non-compliant

Information Security Office Most Common Reasons for Non-Compliance 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Information Security Office Most Common Reasons for Non-Compliance 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. No Windows/IOS/Firmware Updates No Security Awareness Training No Fingerprinting of Support Personnel No Documented Media Sanitization No Antivirus or not updated Incorrectly Updated Network Diagram

Information Security Office • All cycle 1 audits are going to be on-site, at Information Security Office • All cycle 1 audits are going to be on-site, at the agency. There are three parts 1. 2. 3. • Policy Technical Device Checks/Physical Security (Hands on) Agency will still need an updated network diagram. • The rules have not changed - the CJIS Security Policy • New agencies or major upgrades will get a "training visit" before connecting

Information Security Office We will look to ensure that all devices: Have had Windows Information Security Office We will look to ensure that all devices: Have had Windows updates Have and are updating A/V software Are physically secure Are segregated from other networks Use currently supported equipment and software We will look to ensure that all operators have: Finger Prints for those required Security Awareness Training Also: Security Addendums for ALL contracts Management Control Agreements for IT support/dispatch

The TDEx Mission n n To provide an information sharing service that performs investigative The TDEx Mission n n To provide an information sharing service that performs investigative query, analysis, and subscription services using local “Records Management System” and related criminal justice data. Texas fulfills this mission through Texas Data Exchange n n Contract with Appriss, Inc. to provide their “Justice Exchange” system to Texas The program populates the TDEx database with records management and jail management system data from local Texas law enforcement agencies, DPS, DCJ, and other sources.

The TDEx System n n n TDEx is a criminal justice system available for The TDEx System n n n TDEx is a criminal justice system available for use by criminal justice agencies for criminal justice purposes. At its core, TDEx is repository of law enforcement incident data. The goal is to share this information in an automated fashion in the same way that detectives, analysts and investigators now share it through many hours of manual work. There is no intelligence data in TDEx, and the requirements of the Code of Federal Regulations (28 CFR Part 23) do not apply.

The TDEx System n n TDEx is CJIS Security Policy compliant. Agencies are able The TDEx System n n TDEx is CJIS Security Policy compliant. Agencies are able to search for persons, vehicles, locations, and specific text within narratives. Agencies can employ link analysis of persons, vehicles, locations, phone numbers, and incidents. These links can be expanded, collapsed or hidden to provide clear graphic representations of relationships. Agencies can map crime occurrences in certain areas

The TDEx System n n n Agencies can create a photo line-up from the The TDEx System n n n Agencies can create a photo line-up from the mugshots available to the system. Agencies can create “watches” on persons so that if person appears in a future incident or other record, the agency will be notified of that future information. Agencies can also create “persons of interest” records in TDEx on specific individuals. Another agency making an inquiry with matching information will get the “person of interest” record back and will know of the first agency’s interest.

The Role of TDEx n TDEx is available for any valid law enforcement use. The Role of TDEx n TDEx is available for any valid law enforcement use. n The primary role of TDEx is to support detectives, investigators, analysts, etc. in the investigation of crime. n TDEx is available to Fusion Centers and any other criminal investigative organization. n The near real time crime reporting can provide tactical crime trend data to be used in Border Star for resource deployment, activity analysis, etc.

The Role of TDEx n n TDEx is available for Dispatch to use as The Role of TDEx n n TDEx is available for Dispatch to use as appropriate TDEx will not be used to publish crime statistics. UCR remains the public crime statistics reporting system.

TDEX Contributors Red = JMS only Black = RMS only Blue = RMS + TDEX Contributors Red = JMS only Black = RMS only Blue = RMS + JMS

TDEX Activity During the previous 30 days Number of Logins Number of Searches Number TDEX Activity During the previous 30 days Number of Logins Number of Searches Number of Report Queries Number of Active Watches Number of Watch Hits 21, 926 77, 602 1, 577 5, 042 948

Most Active Agencies Users Logins Searches Report Queries Active Watches Watch Hits Dallas Police Most Active Agencies Users Logins Searches Report Queries Active Watches Watch Hits Dallas Police Dept. 279 1506 4730 10 367 137 Fort Worth Police Dept. 192 1088 3739 3 119 35 DPS Criminal Law Enforcement 109 796 3422 24 141 14 Houston Police Department 221 990 3047 16 161 7 DPS Narcotics Service 39 296 1536 5 20 7 Parker County Sheriff s Office 20 297 1469 0 10 9 ICE – Houston 67 208 1431 10 2 0 Attorney General Criminal Investigation Division 22 251 1410 0 17 2 Jacksonville Police Dept. 10 111 1355 12 0 0 Austin Police Dept. 74 403 1281 2 72 20 DPS Criminal Intelligence 43 259 1235 18 76 24 Plano Police Dept. 55 305 1221 7 80 28 Richardson Police Dept. 61 388 1209 4 64 33 ICE DRO -- Houston 17 152 1145 18 16 1 Garland Police Dept. 45 373 1079 43 26 5 Arlington Police Dept. 61 263 1024 3 38 11 Denton County Sheriff s Office 30 179 963 7 0 0

Funding n n n Since program inception, TDEX has been funded through homeland security Funding n n n Since program inception, TDEX has been funded through homeland security and criminal justice grants The pace of system deployment has been driven almost entirely by the availability of funds, which has been variable from year to year DPS has requested TDEx funding from Legislature in 2010/2011

Costs To Local Agencies n n The state plans to continue funding for the Costs To Local Agencies n n The state plans to continue funding for the costs of the RMS/JMS reporting software and the enterprise license. TDEx participation will not have a cost to the local agencies unless the local RMS vendor increases the maintenance costs.

Local Agency Requirements for Participation n n Local Texas must sign a Memorandum of Local Agency Requirements for Participation n n Local Texas must sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to participate in TDEx or contribute data to TDEx. Each agency must assign a TDEx agency administrator to coordinate all TDEx activities and issues for that agency. Responsibilities include: n n n The approval of persons authorized to access TDEx for that agency Ensuring that approved users have had appropriate background checks Ensuring that approved users are trained and understand the TDEx policies

Border Data Key Goal is to provide near real time crime data along the Border Data Key Goal is to provide near real time crime data along the border. As events are entered, appropriate data can be exported to border operations managers for tactical decisions. Ability to map crimes across regions can provide valuable feedback to border activities. Challenges include: n n n n Complexities of variations in existing data Number of non-automated systems in Border Star counties Need for a sustainable solution—for local agencies and the state.

FBI Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEx) FBI Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEx)

N-DEx Vision Statement The vision of N-DEx is to share complete, accurate, timely and N-DEx Vision Statement The vision of N-DEx is to share complete, accurate, timely and useful criminal justice information across jurisdictional boundaries and to provide new investigative tools that enhance the Nation’s ability to fight crime and terrorism.

Current N-DEx Participants N-DEx has users from 39 states, the District of Columbia (DC), Current N-DEx Participants N-DEx has users from 39 states, the District of Columbia (DC), and five federal departments N-DEx is receiving data from 14 agencies Local, state, tribal and other federal agency data available to FBI users through N-DEx access § § Federal § § § FBI ATF BOP DEA AFOSI State § § Delaware Oregon Nebraska Texas § Regional § § § San Diego Los Angeles Hampton Roads, VA Harrison Co, WV Tribal § Onieda § Current data available in N-DEx – 57, 356, 156 records

Projected N-DEx Participants § N-DEx anticipates the following participants by the end of Fiscal Projected N-DEx Participants § N-DEx anticipates the following participants by the end of Fiscal Year (FY) 2009: § § State § § § § § New Jersey Kansas Alabama Wisconsin Illinois Ohio Tennessee New York Colorado Regional § § § Local § § Central California Texas Law Enforcement Analysis Portal ( LEAP) Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Federal § § § Department of Homeland Security (ICEPIC) Secret Service U. S. Capitol Police

Federal Agency Status § Department of Defense § § MOU signed AFOSI data received Federal Agency Status § Department of Defense § § MOU signed AFOSI data received § Department of Homeland Security § MOU pending § Increment 2 pilot for the LEXS SR connection § United States Capitol Police § MOU signed § Currently mapping data to the N-DEx IEPD § Department of Justice § Identify personnel with roles and responsibilities for federal agency participation § § NAC Data administrator Users Manage access, submissions and returns § Identify and promote N-DEx Users § § Establish process for user accounts User training § Data ingested from the following DOJ § § § agencies: BOP – ITS Log 10, 437, 977 BOP – Sentry 1, 432, 716 ATF - 69, 678 FBI – UNI 471, 946 FBI – ECF 175, 285 DEA - 3, 093, 618 § N-Dex User accounts by federal agency § § § FBI 266 DOJ (excluding FBI) 35 DOL 21 DOD 13 DHS 14 US Postal Inspection 1

N-DEx Deployment Status Deployment of Increment 1 of N-DEx 03/19/08 § Initial rollout focused N-DEx Deployment Status Deployment of Increment 1 of N-DEx 03/19/08 § Initial rollout focused on data providers and associated FBI Field Offices Increment 2 on Schedule for June/July 2009 § On track for Operational Acceptance Review 06/24/2009 Delivery of Increment 3 scheduled for 2010

Next Generation Identification (NGI) Major upgrade to FBI IAFIS • Increased accuracy of fingerprint Next Generation Identification (NGI) Major upgrade to FBI IAFIS • Increased accuracy of fingerprint search results and provides better support for processing flat and less than ten fingerprint submissions • Increased throughput of fingerprint searches • Deploys the Repository of Individuals of Special Concern (RISC) RISC fingerprint search capability integrated with the initial deployment of NGI

Next Generation Identification (NGI) • • Rap Back – notification of criminal activity on Next Generation Identification (NGI) • • Rap Back – notification of criminal activity on previously enrolled individuals Facial & SMTs – expansion of facial and SMT searches for investigative purposes. Disposition reporting via CJIS Wide Area Network (WAN) Unique Identity – more complete and accurate history

Next Generation Identification (NGI) Next Generation Identification (NGI)

Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 314 by Raymond and HB 1260 by Hopson Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 314 by Raymond and HB 1260 by Hopson • • • HB 954 by Dutton • • • Allows expunction of records for most deferred adjudications Still in Committee HB 2213 by Farrar, et. Al. • • • Create a DPS Internet Website for DWI convictions Passed out of Committee Deferred Adjudication cannot be considered a conviction, cannot be used to deny a license or permit, and may be expunged Still in Committee HB 1612 by Brown; HB 1188 by Truitt; HB 1717 by Pierson; HB 2767 by Anderson; HB 3681 by Riddle; and HB 4524 by Phillips • Tighten rules regarding second hand metals sales

Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 2754 by Castro and HB 4108 by Martinez Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 2754 by Castro and HB 4108 by Martinez Fischer • • • HB 2932 by Vaught • • • Create a DPS Internet Website for Family Violence offenders Still in Committee Includes in CCH notation when DNA has linked a person to a previous crime indicating a “high likelihood” that the person committed the crim, but the person has not been charged. Passed out of committee. HB 3212 by Edwards and by HB 293 by Dutton • Create automatic expunctions for dismissals, acquittals, (and non prosecutions)

Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 3244 by Riddle • • • HB 3399 Legislative Bills of Interest • HB 3244 by Riddle • • • HB 3399 by Darby • • • Allows Commissioners’ Courts in counties of 100, 000 or more to designate the sheriffs office (or a police department thought inter -local agreement) as the “centralized registration authority” to handle sex offender registration duties. Passed out of committee. Allows for the expunction of a Class A misdemeanor conviction. Still in committee. HB 4411 by Taylor • • Creates a “Drug Dealer Registration Program” with a DPS Website. Still in committee.

Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 11 by Carona • • • SB 369 Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 11 by Carona • • • SB 369 by Carona • • • Far reaching bill regarding the investigation, prosecution and punishment of gang related activity Passed out of committee Expands information used to identify a gang member to include certain internet use. Expands period of review of records in TXGANG and local gang databases to five years. Passed Senate sent to House. SB 418 by Carona • • Requires police departments in cities over 50, 000 and sheriffs offices in counties over 100, 000 to collect gang information and forward it to DPS TXGANG. Passed out of committee.

Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 938 by Carona • • • SB 1061 Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 938 by Carona • • • SB 1061 by Shapiro • • • Creates an internet website of gang members who have been convicted two or more times Still in committee. Requires counties with less than 90% completeness on disposition reporting to create local Data Advisory Boards which must develop disposition reporting improvement plans. No penalties. Passed the Senate. Sent to House. SB 1203 by West • • Tightens controls on second hand metals sales. Passed Senate. Received in House and sent to Committee.

Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 1623 by Wentworth and SB 1866 by Ellis Legislative Bills of Interest • SB 1623 by Wentworth and SB 1866 by Ellis • • Requires reporting of mental health commitments to the DPS For forwarding to the FBI NICS system for Brady checks. SB 2034, 2035, and 2037 by Shapiro, and numerous other sex offender bills • • Create changes in sex offender registration requirements, but do not bring Texas into compliance with Adam Walsh Act. DPS has requested first of possible two one year extensions for compliance.

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Questions David Gavin, Asst. Chief, Administration Texas Department of Public Safety (512) 424 -2077 Questions David Gavin, Asst. Chief, Administration Texas Department of Public Safety (512) 424 -2077 david. [email protected] state. tx. us