New Hampshire J-ONE Integration and Justice Information Sharing Achieves another Milestone
On July 1, 2011 J-One, a Criminal Justice Integration and Information Sharing project for the New Hampshire Department of Public Safety, began electronic transfer of Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) citations to the New Hampshire court case management system for judicial processing and disposition. Computer Projects of Illinois, Inc. (CPI) has been working together with the New Hampshire DPS to design, implement, and support electronic transfer of DMV citations.
The project leverages capabilities available in the CPI OpenFox® Message Switch Enterprise Information Broker that provides transport management, data transformations, database functionality, delivery management and routing control. The citation data from DMV is accepted, edited, transformed into XML for delivery and processing by the Court system. The OpenFox® system utilizes a web service for exchange and the delivery of data to the states court system.
According to Keith H. Lohmann, Office of the Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Safety; “The successful, on-time delivery of the application has already shown an anecdotal improvement in data quality and a demonstrably reduced data entry workload for the courts. CPI is not our vendor -- it is our strategic partner in making J-One a reality.”
J-One is a Criminal Justice Integration and Information Sharing project for the New Hampshire Department of Public Safety. Overall, the project will substantially improve criminal justice practitioners’ ability to track a particular offender from arrest, citation, or summons through completion of all requirements of a resulting sentence.
Computer Projects of Illinois (CPI) has entered into a contract to provide the State of New Hampshire Integrated Justice Services to the states law enforcement agencies, courts, corrections and criminal justice agencies as part of the New Hampshire J-ONE (Justice - One Network Environment) integrated justice project.
J-ONE will leverage the existing State Police On-Line Telecommunications System (SPOTS) infrastructure which includes the OpenFox® Message Switch Enterprise Information Broker, Messenger Workstation Software, Hotfile Application and Utility, and Criminal History Records Application along with the state’s high speed telecommunication network.
These combined elements will be used to allow for the electronic exchange and dissemination of arrests, bench warrants, criminal dispositions, and inmate releases to and from dispirit criminal justice systems. Utilizing web services, where, appropriate, CPI provided OpenFox® Message Switch Enterprise Information Broker will make use of national standards and justice exchanges using the Global Justice XML Data Model (Global JXDM) and National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) as the preferred method. However, some legacy exchanges will be supported as well depending up[on the capability of the communicating partner.
To find out more about this project or what Computer Projects of Illinois (CPI) can provide for your law enforcement/criminal justice initiatives, contact:
Marc J. Smith
Senior Account Executive
(630) 754-8820 x.149
About Computer Projects of Illinois, Inc.
Computer Projects of Illinois, Inc. (CPI), with its headquarters in Bolingbrook, IL, is the proven leading provider of information sharing software systems that safeguard the public and the officers sworn to protect it. CPI is unique in its core focus on the law enforcement and criminal justice community as exemplified by the fact that the company services over one half of the law enforcement users within the United States. CPI has earned its leadership position through the success of its OpenFox® information sharing system, the most popular "information broker" system of its kind. CPI maintains its leading position through rapid system development and implementation, dedicated technical support and outstanding customer service. CPI's market leading OpenFox® Product Suite is comprised of the OpenFox® Message Switching System, OpenFox® Desktop Client Software, OpenFox® HotFiles, OpenFox® On-Line Validations, OpenFox® Archive & Retrieval, OpenFox® Sex Offender Registry and OpenFox® Criminal History System.