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									  Information
   Sharing in
  San Diego &
Imperial Counties
 9th Annual Technologies for
Critical Incident Preparedness
           Conference
       November 6, 2007
WHAT IS ARJIS?
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 ARJIS MEMBER AGENCIES - 71
 Carlsbad Police Department
Chula Vista Police Department
 Coronado Police Department
  El Cajon Police Department
 Escondido Police Department
  La Mesa Police Department
National City Police Department
 Oceanside Police Department
   San Diego County Sheriff
        City of Del Mar
       City of Encinitas
    City of Imperial Beach
     City of Lemon Grove
        City of Poway
      City of San Marcos
        City of Santee
    City of Solana Beach
         City of Vista
 San Diego Police Department

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ARJIS MEMBER AGENCIES: 11,000 users
    CAL State University – San Marcos Police Department           Southwestern College Police Department
    California Department of Health Services/Medical Fraud        United States Attorney
    California Department of Insurance                            United States Bureau of ATF (U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
    California Department of Justice BNE (Bureau of Narcotic        Firearms)
     Enforcement)                                                  United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement
    California Highway Patrol                                      Administration
    DA CATCH (San Diego District Attorney-Computer &              United States DEA (Narcotics Information Network Drug
     Technology Crime High-Tech Response Team)                      Enforcement)
    DHS: INS (Department of Homeland Security-Immigration &       United States Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Agency
     Naturalization Service)                                        Taskforce
    DHS:OIG (Department of Homeland Security- Office of             (San Diego Airport)
     Inspector General)                                            United States Department of State
    DHS: USBP (Department of Homeland Security-United             United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
     States Border Patrol)                                         United States Federal Probation
    DHS:USC (Department of Homeland Security –(U.S.               United States Forest Service
     Customs)
    DHS-USCG (Department of Homeland Security - United            United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
     States Coast Guard)                                           United States Marine Corps-Camp Pendleton Provost Marshal
    Donovan Correctional-R.J. Donovan Correctional Facility       United States Marine Corps-MCAS Miramar Provost Marshal
    Grossmont-Cuyamaca College Police Department                  United States Marshals Service
    Imperial County Law Enforcement Coordination Center           United States Naval Commander Southwest Region
     (LECC)                                                        United States Naval Consolidated Brig – Miramar
    Mira Costa College Police Department                          United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service
    Palomar College Police Department                               (NCIS Camp Pendleton)
    Regional Auto Theft Task Force (RATT)                         United States Naval Criminal Investigative Service
    San Diego City Schools Police Department                        (NCIS-32nd Street-San Diego)
    San Diego Community College Police Department                 United States Postal Service
    San Diego Harbor Police Department                            United States Pretrial
    San Diego State University (SDSU) Department of Public        United States Secret Service
     Safety                                                        University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Police Department
    SDSC at UCSD (San Diego Super Computer Center                 San Diego County Probation Department
    San Diego Court Services/San Diego County Sheriff             San Diego County Medical Examiner
    County of San Diego/District Attorney‟s Office                San Diego City Attorney

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           ARJIS AT A GLANCE
   4,589,000 NAMES
   2,531,000 INCIDENTS
       219,000 SUSPICIOUS
        REPORTS
       382,000 CITATIONS

       1,036,000 CRIME CASES

       467,000 ARRESTS

       54,000 TRAFFIC
        ACCIDENTS
   38,000 OFFICER
    NOTIFICATIONS
   1,318 TRANSACTIONS A MONTH

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That was then ……




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This is now …..




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Regional Information Sharing
Collaboration (RISC) Grant from DHS
   ARJIS awarded grants to develop wireless
    project
   THANKS DHS and NIJ!!
   Objective to provide critically needed
    information to field officers
    We‟ve come a long way!!!
   Many wireless vendors: AT&T, Verizon and
    Sprint
       Speed
       Coverage, reliability & uptime
       Cost and billing issues, customer service
   Lots of Hardware choices: tested usability,
    ergonomics, battery life, etc.
   User experiences; what works and what
    data is useful
   Greatly enhances officer safety and
    effectiveness

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Meet NCIC & CAL-DOJ Security
Requirements
   Dedicated circuit between ARJIS data
    center and carrier
   Static IP assignment by carrier
   Global Query application encrypted end-to-
    end
   User logon via LDAP for secure
    authentication



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    Lots of Success Stories…
   “We were on surveillance in a
    kidnapping case and were running
    plates around the house in question.
    We found the plate of the „bad guy‟.
    With his name and DMV registration
    information, we found the photo and
    were able to show it to the rest of the
    team. When the suspect came home,
    we were able to ID him quickly. He is
    in custody on $500,000 bail.”

        San Diego Sheriff Deputy
          (Sex Assault Felony Enforcement Team)
Improvements and Expansion

 Wireless network speeds increasing
 Monthly fees dropping
 391 devices deployed at many ARJIS
  agencies
 More devices available with improved
  features (Users like camera)
 More applications offered



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   Current devices




Treo 700w   XV6800   XV6700


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Current Applications
   GLOBAL QUERY
      San Diego County warrants
      Local booking photos
      CLETS and DMV
      Local Officer Alerts


   COPLINK mobile
      Local records (arrest, crime case, FI, etc.)


   DMV CAL-PHOTO IMAGES
      Wrote mobile version


   S.R.F.E.R.S
      Interstate booking photos
      License Plate Reader data – Mexico and
       Canadian borders

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Federal Collaboration With
     Local Agencies




               Rick Abend
     Supervising Deportation Officer
    Department of Homeland Security
  Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Benefits of Federal Access
to Regional Data

                     Most federal agencies in SD
                      have access to state and
                      local data through ARJIS
                     Local data provides current
                      phone #s, addresses, and
                      associate info not available
                      through federal databases
                     Don‟t have to rely on
                      remote dispatch centers



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PDA Functions and
Features
   Positive ID in the field
   Access to photos
   Query and use data from multiple
    databases
   Camera
   Voice recorder



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COPLINK Mobile
   Mobile version for
    regional incidents
         Arrest, Crime Case, Traffic
          Accidents, Field Interviews
   Great source for
    identifying locals and
    their associates
   4th waiver, local ONS
    (Officer Notification
    System)
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SRFERS
   Access to:
       Phoenix, AZ booking
        photos & data
       San Diego, CA
        booking photos & data
       Easy access and user
        friendly results to
        License plate reader
        data from the border


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       Mobile Fingerprint Reader

   New DHS project – ICE users
    only
   IDENT (DHS database)
    fingerprint matches in the field
   Goal to interface with CAL-
    DOJ and AFIS fingerprint
    databases
   Tie to local/regional ARJIS
    databases


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    Additional Needs & Goals
   Photos from NV (Las Vegas), all southwest
    border states, FLA, NY and IL
   Merging of ICE databases with local databases
   Access to ISRS (Image Storage and Retrieval
    System) photos from the field linked to Global
    Query
   Secure email access to officers in 71 ARJIS
    agencies in the region




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 Patrol and Special
 Enforcement Units




     Cpl. Steve Shephard
National City Police Department
    Global Query Application
   Problem: Officers spend to much time logging
    into different systems to obtain data
       Must remember log in procedures and passwords
        for numerous applications

   Solution: Global Query - a „one stop shop‟
    application that queries multiple databases
       Designed with officer input
       Reduced the number of screens searched
        from 36 to 2!



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     Global Query Databases

   San Diego County warrants
   Local booking photos
   DMV - registration, stolen
    vehicles, DOJ stop
   Local Officer Alerts
   State/National/ Warrants,
    Restraining Orders, Deported
    Felons, etc.



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Global Query Mobile
   Desktop application evolved
    to mobile
   Same functionality as desktop
   Sized to fit PDA screen
   Photos allow for positive ID
   Provides critical data to officers
    in the field, increasing officer safety



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Mobile GLOBAL QUERY SCREENS




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Mobile Cal-Photo
(DMV) Photos

   Frequently requested
    enhancement
   First in state to access
    Cal-Photo via wireless
    network
   Excellent user feedback



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    Cal/Gang Mobile
   Cal/Gang statewide database of
    documented gang members in California
   Powerful investigative tool for gang
    related shootings, violent and other crimes
   Mobile version developed with DHS grant
    funds
   Final testing with various agencies




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Cal/Gang photos
   Positive Identification
   Photos (subjects, tattoos)
   PDAs have built-in cameras
   Facial recognition – new
    capability




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Additional Needs & Goals
   Ability to print from PDAs
   Single Sign-On (DMV, Cal-Gang, etc)
   Fingerprint Verification tied to warrants, etc.
    (CAL-ID)
   Ability for local agencies to query ICE data
    from the PDA (deported felons, etc.)




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Local Agencies Customize &
  Enhance RISC Program




       Officer Sandi Lehan
    San Diego Police Department
RISC & SDPD collaboration
    RISC project launched SDPD‟s PDA
     effort
    Shared findings on hardware
    Coverage testing – “drive arounds”
     throughout SD county
Customized to meet
SDPD needs
   E-CAD – Computer Aided Dispatch
       Calls for service and history
       Used instead of MCT in vehicle
       Officer to officer messaging
       Command staff are power users
   Radio over IP – monitors 9+ channels


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Customized to meet
SDPD needs
   Outlook email through SDPD Exchange
    Server
   Calendar/Tasks/Contacts
   Cell Phone
       Text messaging replaced old paging system




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Winner of ComputerWorld
Magazine International Award

       2007 "Best Practices in Mobile &
        Wireless" Awards
       Selected from hundreds of
        submissions




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        Deployment at a Large Agency

   500+ PDAs deployed
   Implementation on SDPD network
       Security and firewalls
       Assigning static IPs
   Training Classes
       Device use
       Applications
   Inventory tracking
   SDPD Help Desk manages
    trouble calls

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Situational Team Awareness & Reporting


   NIJ Grant funded

   Provide situational awareness and
    group notification based on
    geographical location.

   Utilize assisted GPS services and
    high speed data capabilities of CDMA
    cellular.



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     Handset Capabilities
Users can find, message and map
group members




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     The technology allows you to:
       Group Find                         •A task force member wants to find the
                                          location of other team members.
                                          •A supervisor wants to locate the current
                                          position of resources.
                                          •Identify closest officer to call.
                                          •Officers can be located while away from
                                          vehicle. (Foot pursuit)
                                          •Track confidential informants
  Shows user “Where is my team?”          •Asset track (bait car, etc.)

       GEO-Notification
                                          • Geo-notify using text message to users
                                          within close proximity to an event
                                          •Supervisor can target officers working
                                          specific area.
                                          •Geo-fencing notification ensures
                                          awareness

“HAZMAT spill NB I-5 @ Del Mar Heights”
Lessons Learned
  Good vendor relationship/customer
   service is crucial
  Photos are most requested
  Devices have proven reliable
  Users want single sign-on to multiple
   applications
  Listen to users for innovative ideas
Next Steps
  Continue to deploy newest devices
  Add additional photo data sources –
   inter-state and federal
  Test new technologies
        Fingerprint readers on local AFIS
        Facial recognition on local applications
  Offer agencies voice & data packages
  SmartSearch, STAR, TACIDS, Alerts
  Information
   Sharing in
  San Diego &
Imperial Counties
 9th Annual Technologies for
Critical Incident Preparedness
           Conference
       November 6, 2007

								
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