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Computerized Criminal History (CCH) System for Law Enforcement

III compliant CCH system utilizing modern communication protocols and data sharing formats; based on modern standards-based queuing protocols

“For organizations who need an up-to-date CCH system that easily integrates with state and local data systems.”

– Nichole Moore, Sr. Program Manager at DCI

● Is your current CCH system using out-dated technology or communication protocols?

● Do you find it difficult to integrate your current CCH system with other data systems?

● Does your agency want to conform to standard data sharing formats like NIEM XML?

● If you answered yes to these questions, eAgent CCH may be a good solution for your organization’s needs.

● Integrates with AFIS, state message switches and local systems

● When an arrest is made, eAgent CCH will automatically update identity and details of that arrest

● Automated III synchronization reporting

● Generates NIEM 2.0 compliant XML rapsheets to requesting states

● Accepts incoming XML rap sheets from external states

● Automatically receives and processes III unsolicited messages and routes them to appropriate personnel or systems

● Automatically processes disposition updates

● Automatically processes data updates like decease notifications, expungements, etc.

● Utilizes open-source message broker software that implements Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP)

● III compliant

● Customized to integrate with state and local systems as needed

● Live technical support 24/7/365


eAgent CCH

Metropolitan Police in DC use eAgent CCH

Project Snapshot: DCI’s Upgrade to the CCH System at Washington D.C. Metro PD

Exchanging Criminal History Records from state to state is completely necessary. It is also chaotic, aggravating, time-consuming and complicated for out of state users to decipher unfamiliar, state-specific formats. Law enforcement agencies are in dire need of a solution. Nlets (the International Justice and Public Safety Network) has answered the prolonged dilemma. With their newly approved Criminal History Information Exchange Format (CHIEF) Grant, Nlets has teamed up with DCI to provide Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, DC a standardized criminal history transmission format. This format supports a greater range of information making it easier to comprehend. In conclusion, MPD now has access to simplicity.

Through this partnership and DCI’s extensive programming knowledge, MPD has implemented the standardized exchange of rap sheets using eXtensible Markup Language (XML) with the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM). Therefore, when MPD receives an out of state rap sheets they now see it in their familiar format. This provides swift, secure, and reliable access to criminal history information. Nlets Director of Business Development, Bonnie Locke, regarding the project:

“As a part of an ongoing effort to maintain national leadership in Criminal History reporting, the District of Columbia recently participated in the Nlets CHIEF (Criminal History Information Exchange Format) grant, funded by a grant from the Bureau of Justice Statistics. This grant was designed to promote the utilization of XML as a means to standardize the display of Criminal History rap sheets to users of this information around the country. The new XML rap sheet is designed so that legacy users see no difference in the rap sheet that they have always used, but the Computerized Criminal History system now responds to queries from Nlets in a format that meets national standards for both format and technology.”

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