Avoid Messy Protocols for your CJIS App Developers 

If your agency has programmers developing applications that require interfacing with State/NCIC criminal justice information systems, you have probably heard them complain about the difficulties present with these messy and complicated State/NCIC socket protocols. Your programmers would much rather work with a simple, standardized protocol when they are developing applications for Warrants, Pawn, Ticketing, Court, Jail, Offender Supervision, etc. Wouldn’t it be great if there was something that could “translate” the complex State/NCIC protocol into a common, easy-to-understand language?

There is! We developed the eAgent Justice XML Interface (JXI) specifically to solve this problem for law enforcement agencies. XML stands for Extensible Mark-up Language, and it was created to be a simple language that could present data and information in a standardized fashion. eAgent JXI is able to interface with the State/NCIC message switch, work through its messy socket protocol, “translate” information into XML, and pass this standardized data along to your programmers. This allows your programmers to develop their new applications much faster using this simplified XML format, eliminating all of the headaches associated with traditional systems integration. Our JXI software is always up to date, giving you peace of mind whenever State/NCIC interface protocol is changed. We apply the new updates to keep your software running smoothly and we do it with no cost or hassle to you. Reduce the amount of time your programmers spend rewriting code and reduce the costs accompanied by difficult system integration today with eAgent JXI, the XML interface designed for law enforcement.

eAgent JXI Info Diagram

 How JXI works

Technical Specifications

  • Easily create XML formatted messages
  • No need to learn complicated State & NCIC socket interface protocols
  • Compatible with most State Interface Protocols
  • No additional hardware required
  • Includes all NCIC socket protocol updates
  • Multi-Platform: Microsoft SQL server, Oracle and MySQL
  • Windows, Linux or Unix

Customer List

  • Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (OSA), Washington D.C.
  • Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)
  • Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department
  • Volusia County Sheriff’s Office, Florida
  • Saint Lucie County Sheriff’s Office, Florida