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  1. PA NYC D.C Metro JUSTIS & The SHIELD Pilot December 12, 2003 Office of Justice Programs Senior Staff Presentation

  2. JUSTIS - Stakeholders • Metropolitan Police Department • Superior Court of the District of Columbia • Office of Corporation Counsel • Pretrial Services Agency • District of Columbia Department of Corrections • Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia • Public Defender Service • United States Parole Commission • Department of Human Services’ Youth Services Administration • United States Probation Office (US Dist. Ct) • Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency • Child and Family Services Agency • United States Bureau of Prisons • District of Columbia DMV City Federal Federal Independent Judicial

  3. The Future is

  4. The Problem • The information systems maintained by the justice agencies within the Region and the Nation are difficult, if not impossible, to access. • Information exchanges are labor intensive, time consuming, inconsistent, frequently manual, and often go unprocessed.

  5. PA NYC D.C Metro The SHIELD Pilot • New York City, Metropolitan Washington DC, Pennsylvania - sharing vital information through a regional pilot.

  6. SHIELD Pilot Stakeholders • DC - JUSTIS • PA - JNET • VA – District Courts Circuit Courts Local Incarceration • MD – Circuit Court Division of Corrections • NYC – Corrections Observers: Ohio, Alabama, Fairfax County PD / County Sheriff / City PD, Georgetown University, New York City PD, Virginia State Police, Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, Virginia Department of Corrections, State Department / Diplomatic Security, University of Tennessee, Wisconsin, Upper Midwest Justice Consortium, New York Office of Cyber Security & Critical Infrastructure, Colorado State Courts, University of Alabama.

  7. Objectives: • Pilot a Regional Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Model • Exhibit we have the ability • Prove we have the will • Learn from the experience • Use that knowledge as the foundation for the future Regional System

  8. Demonstrate the Possibilities OF • Real-time, multi-jurisdictional sharing of data through secure Internet connections • A medium for secure interoperability, communication and collaboration • An end of historical barriers to sharing vital information for homeland security • A basis for a model that can be replicated by jurisdictions throughout the nation • Utilization of the data by CJ and HS personnel in both Tactical and Investigative situations

  9. JUSTIS Provided a SHIELD Foundation • recognize the primacy of each justice agency mission • facilitate collaborative solutions to justice information challenges • commit to the quality and integrity of justice data • implement effective data and system security • respect the confidentiality of information and individual privacy

  10. Expected SHIELD Benefits • Provide users with timely information on offender status • Provide a unified access – a user in one city/state/agency can see all accessible data • Enable secure collaboration among authorized users • Increase speed in processing, investigation • Improve quality of public safety decisions • Enable Homeland Security analysis • Provide an architecture to support the future

  11. Did We Obtain the Expected SHIELD Benefits ? • Yes - Provide users with timely information on offender status • Yes / No - Provide a unified access – a user in one city/state/agency can see all accessible data • Yes - Enable secure collaboration among authorized users • Yes/ No - Increase speed in processing, investigation • Yes- Improve quality of public safety decisions • Yes - Enable Homeland Security analysis • No - Provide an architecture to support the future

  12. Yes – Provide users with timely information on offender statusYes – Improve quality of public safety decisions

  13. Yes – Provide users with timely information on offender statusYes – Improve quality of public safety decisions

  14. Yes – Enable Homeland Security analysisYes – Enable secure collaboration among authorized users For Example: • State Department - Diplomatic Security, participating in a SHIELD demo, made hits advancing a current investigation! • Pretrial Services made hits on DC offenders in both Maryland and Virginia allowing better input to Superior Court judges.

  15. Yes / No - Provide a unified access Yes / No - Increase speedNo - Provide an architecture “No’s” Become Lessons Learned: We Learned that: • Every system had different access methods, controls, input requirements • Logging off and then logging on, going from IP to 327x emulation took too much time and effort • No uniformity, all data presented differently, no sense of continuity • Not all systems are intuitive – training & documentation required

  16. We Stopped Talking – We Decided to Do Something • We Piloted a Regional Homeland Security & Criminal Justice Model • We Demonstratedwe have the ability • We Proved we have the will • We Learned from the experience • We Will Use that knowledge as the foundation for the future Regional System

  17. SHIELD Phase 2 Plan  Evaluation Requirements Analysis Partnering Implementation SHIELD Next Steps DONE DONE SHIELDPilot Evaluation Questionnaire & Results Final Draft SHIELD Statement of Work SHIELD Phase Two Requirements Analysis

  18. Phase 2

  19. Requirement Analysis Method • Seven Joint Application Development Sessions - JAD’s • Co-Chairs: 1 SHIELD Pilot Participant 1 National Participant & Volunteer Participants • Eight Weeks • Document Policies / Vision Statements • Culminate in a Plan of Action • Endorsed in Two-Day, On-site Conference (?) • Basis for the SHIELD Blueprint

  20. SHIELD Requirements Analysis Analysis Deliverables • SHIELD Governance Structure • SHIELD Conceptual Blueprint and Design Policy • SHIELD Partnership Agreement • SHIELD Access Security & Secure Communication • SHIELD User Requirements and External Design • SHIELD Data Descriptions, Foundation, Authority and Use • SHIELD Short Term and Strategic Funding Strategy RESULTING INTheSHIELD Blueprint

  21. Specific Working Group Deliverables “The Working Groups’ deliverable is a policy or vision statement. The deliverable will have two parts: a) a one to three paragraph policy statement or vision statement, b) a one to five page description, explanation or justification for the policy or vision statement.”* *SHIELD Phase 2 Statement of Work

  22. We Can Build A Regional HS and CJ Foundation Through Partnerships • Partner Lessons Learned with Goals • Partner Policy & Vision with Action Plans • Partner New Communities of Common Interest • Partner Blueprint with Cities, States, Regions • Partner Homeland Security with Justice • Partner Existing Regional Programs We Will connect the Dots / Fit the pieces of the puzzle together………

  23. We Can Partner to Build A Comprehensive Regional Homeland Security / Criminal Justice Model