Sex Offender Registry

Introduction

The OpenFox® Sex Offender Registry (SOR 2.0) dramatically reduces the need for updating convicted offenders’ information across municipalities, state databases, national registries, and more. This means less opportunity for error and fewer workforce hours for data entry. Ultimately, better information means better protection from sex crimes and safer communities.

Features Overview

SOR 2.0 was designed & developed with careful focus on reliability, the NCIC Data Model, Optimum Performance, and Transparency. CPI also developed a new patent-pending syncing technology to ensure the emergence of a superior COTS product that realizes the same elite quality, trust, and standards as our other market-leading products offered in the OpenFox® Product Suite. Search Options

  • Clear Previous Results – remove the current results displayed within the details window.
  • Remember Last Search – remember the last search run

      -Includes if you sign on from a different terminal or  machine failure.       -Both are user preferences.

  • Queue position box – searches are queued (if necessary – virtually all search results are delivered immediately) so vital functionalities within the system are not compromised.
  • Robust Configurable Searches – Choose criteria from a list of configurable fields. Add criteria and dynamic search conditions. Enter keywords and filters in a search value field.

 

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Base Record Indicator For supplemental information, the user can simply indicate which value they need to be synced with NCIC as the base value. Move To History Supplemental data, such as an address, are easily stored as a historical archive by clicking a checkbox. Image Handling A local encrypted caching mechanism has been built into the software. When loading a record, images are not downloaded until they are needed, so response times are very fast, & the GUI remains accessible. Printing Records The default print behavior employs a technology called Jasper Reports. A robust reporting tool that is highly configurable. This also provides us with the ability to create rich displays that include in-line imaging.

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Technical Breakdown

The OpenFox® SOR 2.0 solution is CJIS and SORNA compliant out of the box and easily configurable to meet the requirements of any agency, county, state, or national level standards. OpenFox® SOR 2.0 operates quickly, securely, and efficiently. Here are some of the major components that ensure top performance levels: Interfaces

  • Direct TCP/IP (FoxTalk) and rotored connections
  • Faster & more reliable than the Insert & Poll Database model

JSON

  • Front-end and Fennec Broker exchange messages in JSON
  • Reduces the bytes sent through the Switch, over the wire, and stored in Archive

Parallel Processing

  • Distinct processing channels for: searches, record maintenance, NCIC syncing and image / binary asset processing.
  • Small jobs are processed while long ones run in the background. For example, while saving a record, the NCIC syncs keep running smoothly.

Queuing / Throttling

  • Searches and NCIC syncs are queued
  • Throttling the syncs & searches ensures the system won’t be overwhelmed

Caching

  • Works similarly to web browsers and images
  • Less load on server & bandwidth means faster performance for users
  • GUI caches offender images
  • Fennec Broker caches frequently requested offender records and data
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Sex Offender Registry in Action

This OpenFox® product is currently in use by:

  • Idaho State Police
  • West Virginia State Police
  • Virginia State Police
  • And Many More
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Sex Offender Registry Product Sheet

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