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AZ Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM)

The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)

NIEM is a partnership of the U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security. It is designed to develop, disseminate and support enterprise-wide information exchange standards and processes that can enable jurisdictions to effectively share critical information in emergency situations, as well as support the day-to-day operations of agencies throughout the nation.

Program Manager of Information Sharing Environment

In accordance with section 1016 of Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA), the Information Sharing Environment will be the comprised of policies, procedures, and technologies linking the resources (people, systems, databases, and information) of Federal, State, local, and tribal entities and the private sector to facilitate terrorism information sharing, access, and collaboration. The ISE is being designed with one key goal in mind: to combat terrorism more effectively. The IRTPA requires the President to designate an individual to serve as the Program Manager (PM) responsible for information sharing across the federal government.

GJXDM Overview

The links below are a great starting point for learning more about the GJXDM. Even if you do know what the GJXDM is, these links have in depth information on how to develop and use GJXDM messages. Also available is a searchable knowledgebase and forums you can use to get answers to your questions.

Information Exchange Packages (IEPD's)

The IEPD is used as documentation for any GJXDM compliant message written today. Visit the below links to learn more about how to create an IEPD and to view IEPD?s that have been made available by other agencies around the Nation.

Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N- DEx) Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) v. 1.0 [Based on version 1.0 of the National Information Exchange Model] Updated Jan-18-2007

GJXDM Events & Websites

Please, visit the below links to find more about training opportunities or about any major GXJDM events coming up.

The Global Justice XML Data Model (GJXDM) and the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) are on a clear path to convergence.

GJXDM Technical White Papers

This is a brief list of articles about the use of GJXDM around the Nation.
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Arizona Criminal Justice Integration (CJI) Projects

Arizona is very active in integrated criminal justice. Below is a quick glance of some of the projects around the State working on integration.

Criminal Justice Integration (CJI) Projects around the Nation

Many projects around the nation are working on CJI. Here?s a short list of those we know about.

Process for submitting IEPDs for approval


Arizona Information Exchange Document Packages (IEDP) Arizona State Citation IEDP
(download entire package)


Arizona State Citation (individual package files)
Purpose: To create a generic e-citation for the state of Arizona that can be used to transmit Citation data issued in the field to intake systems (IE - RMS systems). The field requirements are be based on what an Officer in the field is required to complete or may know.

Current Status: Version 1.0. No new versions in development at this time.

Agencies Implemented: Arizona Office of the Courts, Coconino County

Contact the IEPD Team (send email)

Documentation

State Citation IEPD State Citation Physical Model State Citation Spreadsheet Map

Schemas

State Citation Document Schema
State Citation Extension Schema
State Citation Subset
State Citation Subset with Documentation
State Citation Extension with Documentation
State Citation Sample xml message