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Information Sharing StatusEnforcement Systems BranchFebruary 23, 2011For Official Use Only

Vision DHS INFORMATION SHARING VISION STATEMENT By September 30, 2015, DHS will transform the Department’s culture,policies, and architecture (e.g., processes, standards, and technologies)to enable the consistent successful execution of the five core homelandsecurity missions and further mature and strengthen the homelandsecurity enterprise’s information sharing environment to ensure that theright information gets to the right people at the right time, whileprotecting privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties. DHS LEISI VISION STATEMENT DHS LEISI will enable an agile environment for sharing DHS LawEnforcement Information, thereby increasing the security and safety ofthe Homeland.For Official Use Only (when filled in)

Recent Accomplishments Recent Agreements Law Enforcement Information Exchange (LInX) National Capital Region (NCR)National Drug Pointer Index System (NDPIX)International Justice and Public Safety Network (Nlets)National Counterterrorism center (NCTC) – Arrival and Departure InformationSystem (ADIS)NCTC – Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA)LInX Hampton RoadsLaw Enforcement National Data Exchange (N-DEX)Southern California LInX (So Cal LInX) Special Projects National Drug Pointer Index (NDPIX)Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF)El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC)TECS Supplemental CodesNational Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)For Official Use Only (when filled in)

DHS LEIS Service Information SharingState, Local & TribalFederalInternationalLaw EnforcementInformation SharingServiceICE Pattern Analysis and Information Collection (ICEPIC) LEIS Service Partners access limited to:-- TECS/ENFORCE Non-sensitive---Biographical Information Travel Data NSEERS I-94 ADIS Enforcement TECS ENFORCE EARM(DACS)DHSFor Official Use Only (when filled in)--Person Subject Records Regulatory SEVIS LESC Referrals Lead Track (CEU)

Law EnforcementInformation Sharing PartnersState andLocalTX XEPICOCDETFN-DEXNCTCPCSCLInX NWEuropolInterpolFor Official Use Only (when filled in)LInXNCRAZ LinkSOCASAGLInX HR

LEIS Service - Single Access to Federal LawEnforcement InformationState Local and Regional Information SharingApplicationsTXLEAPTDEXAZ LinkLASDARJISNletsDHS ESBICE INFO ICE DFDICE DFLEIS ServiceTacticalServicesLInXNCRLInX alServicesLInX HRAnalyticServicesSOCAFor Official Use Only (when filled in)AnalyticServicesNEIM, LEXS 3.1Search & RetrievePublish & DiscoverInterpolTacticalServicesONE DOJAnalyticServices

External Sharing Partners Search DHS via LEISSIncrease of over 200% since August 2011!For Official Use Only (when filled in)

Internal Users Searching Sharing Partners via LEISSFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

DHS Users of the LEISSFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Number of Ingested Records in ICEPIC CoreFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Records Ingested By SourceFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Current Law Enforcement Information Sharing NetworkN DEx September20101000 AgenciesNationwide(LINX NW)Seattle - Aug 2008291 AgenciesMSA Pop – 2.5MLASD (COPLINK) –Mar 2008; 1 AgencyMSA Pop. – 9.9M(LInX NationalCapital Region)115 AgenciesMSA Pop. 5.3MAZ Link - 3Q 200942 agenciesPop. 6.6M(LInX Hampton Roads)Expected 33 AgenciesMSA – Pop. 1.7MARJIS (SD) – Ma20r 0859 AgenciesMSA Pop. 3.0M11For Official Use Only (when filled in)So Cal LInXExpected 1Q FY2011MSA Pop. 17.7MTX LEAP - 3Q 2009Expected 100 AgenciesState Pop. – 23.8MNlets – 784K LawEnforcement Officers inUS and CanadaTDEx –September 2009464 AgenciesState Pop. – 23.8M11

Current and Future Status Current Status Existing Connections ARJIS: 59 participating agencies; 6,406 user accounts LASD: 1 participating agency, 973 user accounts LInX NW: 301 participating agencies; 11055 user accounts AZLink (Tucson, Maricopa, Mesa): 42 participating agencies; 6,330 user accounts OneDOJ: 8 participating agencies; 936 user accounts LInX NCR: 115 participating agencies; 8,900 user accounts T-DEx: 464 participating agencies, 20,924 State Department CCD: 1 participating agency Total: 991 participating agencies: 55,524 user accounts Future HSIN – Fusion Centers/Non-Regional State and Local Systems Full Deployment of NLETS Enrichment of data sources Incorporate DHS components into LEISS such as FPS and Coast GuardFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

LEXS 2.0 vs LEXS 3.1 LEXS 2.0 implemented in LEISS Structured Search RequestStructured Search ResponseGet Item RequestGet Item Response LEXS 3.1 Implementation in LEISS Provides the above functionality plus Get Attachments Request Get Attachments Response This enables retrieval and display of attachments such as ENFORCEmug shots This can be expanded to retrieve attachments from other sources LEISS 1.7 also provides the ability to search unstructured text Additional fields Provided in LEISS 1.7 using LEXS 3.1 ENFORCE Photos TECS Case informationFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

LEXS 2.0 to LEXS 3.1.4 Upgrade Enforce Robust Biometric and Biographic Data Attributes Images, Mug shots, Scars/Marks/TattoosRequests in LEXS 3.1 TECS Case StatusCase Agent First NameCase Agent Last NameCase Agent PhoneCase TitleCase Short DescriptionJoint Task Force Indicator Efficient ArchitectureFor Official Use Only (when filled in)ConsumerResults in LEXS SDBQueryResultsLEISS1.7ServiceWriting DataETLRequests in UMFmessageResults inUMFMessageRead DataWriting DataICEPIC SystemEASServiceSearch /Detail QueryEASDBQuery ResultsTECSEDW

Additional LEISS Benefits Deconfliction (D-NDPIX), meeting Officer Safety Submissions in past 12 Months – 1,099 Hits (Operational ‘Clashes’) – 288 Large Public Events, Vendor Employee Verification Super Bowl 2011 (33,381 Vendor Applications/337 ‘Hits’) Pro Bowl (2,259 Vendor Applications/11 ‘Hits’) National Party Conventions Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) SharingCategoryTOTAL CASESTOTAL ROISTOTAL NARRATIVESTOTAL PERSON SUBJECTSTOTAL ORGSTOTAL AIRCRAFTSTOTAL 0535,21079,087TOTAL VEHICLES552,450TOTAL VESSELS151,207Report Total:For Official Use Only (when filled in)31,670,974

LEISS Gain with Roll Out of NLETS UsersAbout Nlets (CONT.) Nearly 1 billion Transactions a year 900,000 PC, mobile and handheld devices in the U.S. and Canada 45,000 The DHS LEISS will control its rollout withNLETS Users query the LEISS via a GeneralPurpose Query (GPQ) This capability addresses the DHS LEISSMission for Officer Safety User agencies 1.2 million Individual usersUSER AGENCIESFederal In addition to all State, Local, Tribal andInternational users, many Federal Agenciesgain access to DHS LE dataFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Utilize the Established Sharing h CarolinaLos AngelesDELJISFOCNJSPSCIEXI-CLEARSan DiegoCJISSOS National scaleFOCFOCDOD (LInX)LINXFederal, State, Local,N-DExand Tribal data;200,000 usersARGISDHS/USSSONE-DOJRegional (select)DOJ case data;5,000 usersDOJOne DOJAFOSIDHS LEISServiceNCISDOIDHS will connect to established communities via N-DEx ConnectionsFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Federation with N-DEx (DOJ)Sharing Partners and internal users gain access to Over 103,900,000records currently in N-DEx and increasing dailyComponentSourceRecord DescriptionData VolumeATFNFORCE Subject of Interest Open & Closed cases87,099BOPITSLOG Federal inmate authorized call logs11,176,243ITSLIST Federal inmate authorized call lists2,469,401SENTRY Federal inmate biographical & activityrecords through out incarceration1,528,997DEANADDIS Subjects of interest w/phone numbers,locations and associates Open cases3,286,048FBIFBI ECF Data Open and closed case records, includingnarratives193,114FBI UNI Data Subjects of interest with phone numbers,locations and associates Open and Closed cases482,193U.S. Marshal ServiceWIN Case Records52,693JABS - Joint AutomatedBooking SystemJABS Images3,760,368JABS Booking data3,413,335For Official Use Only (when filled in)

Additional Federated Partners Via N-DEx FY11/12 State Illinois (I-CLEAR)Indiana – DOCMassachusetts (SWISS)Nevada – DOCNew York (NYDEx)Oklahoma (SIBRS)West Virginia – DOCRegional Chicago (CLEAR)District of Columbia MPDGulf Coast Region (LInX)Los Angeles Police DepartmentMarietta, GA Police DepartmentMifflin County, PANational Capitol Region (LInX)New Orleans Police DepartmentNorth Little Rock, ARNorthwest Region (LInX)Rio Grande (LInX)Santa Clara, CA (SBISS)Southeast Region (LInX)Southeastern Pennsylvania (LEJIS)Southern California (LInX)St. Louis (Crimematrix)For Official Use Only (when filled in)

Issues Funding No recognition as a Department budgetary line itemLimited visibility in resource allocation processLimited personnel resources Law Enforcement Information Sharing Service (LEIS Service) ICE Law Enforcement Support Center (LESC) is the current 24-hour contact point for law enforcement agenciesneeding additional information.As the LEIS Service grows and is able to ingest other DHS component information for sharing, the LESC will needto have component expertise available to answer questions beyond those concerning immigration centricinformation. Expansion of DHS Accessible data elements ICE and CBP are the only contributors of LE data to the DHS LEIS ServiceFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

FY2011 Activities 2010 IACP Conference2010 Major City Chiefs Conference2010 Nlets Federal Members Meeting2011 IJIS Conference2011 National Fusion Center Conference2011 IACP Law Enforcement Information ManagementConference2011 APCO Conference2011 National Sheriff’s Association Conference2011 IIR Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative2011 Nlets ConferenceVarious Partner Conferences and MeetingsFor Official Use Only (when filled in)

Law Enforcement Information Exchange (LInX) National Capital Region (NCR) National Drug Pointer Index System (NDPIX) . Law Enforcement Information Sharing Service (LEIS Service) ICE Law Enforcement Support Center (LESC) is the current 24-hour contact point for law enforcement agencies

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