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Project Phases

Below is a summary of the past planning phases and the future projects plans for J-ONE.
User Requirements and Logical Design Completed April 2002
Proof of Concept for J-ONE Messaging Completed June 2002
Physical Design of J-ONE Messaging Completed Fall 2002
Criminal Complaint Processing Implemented December 2002
  • J-ONE provides the capability for law enforcement to send criminal complaints electronically from their records management system (RMS) to the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). There are 38 agencies currently participating.
Central Repository Data Model Completed July 2004
  • The Central Repository is J-ONE’s criminal justice information database.
Disposition Processing Completed July 2004
  • J-ONE has the capability to record dispositions for criminal complaints in the J-ONE Central Repository and to send them to the originating law enforcement agency. Implementation is dependent on the AOC completing its upgrade to a new Case Management System.
J-ONE Query Application Completed July 2004
  • This Web-based application allows authorized J-ONE users to query data in the J-ONE Central Repository.
Data Capture Application Completed April 2006
  • Functionality of the query application has been extended to provide law enforcement users a Web application for capturing warrant requests and emergency protective orders. Bail commissioners are able to enter bail documents and conditions. Implementation is dependent on the completion of the SPOTS interface to J-ONE and the AOC completing its upgrade to a new Case Management System.
Future Plans July 2006 – June 2011
SPOTS Interface
  • Communication between J-ONE and the State Police Online Telecommunications System (SPOTS) will be established in order to exchange information.
Criminal History Interface
  • Criminal Complaints sent electronically from local law enforcement agencies to the AOC will also be routed to CHRI. CHRI personnel will be able to review the information and update the CHRI repository without re-keying the information.
Department of Corrections (DOC) Interface
  • Dispositions that include DOC sentences will be delivered electronically from the AOC to the DOC. DOC data will be available to query by authorized J-ONE users.
Rules Engine for Notifications and Content Based Message Routing
  • Data moving through the justice enterprise will be examined for criteria established by users. A match will generate a notification to the user that information is available. Users will also be able to subscribe to selective specific notifications. A preliminary database design and user interface for rules processing was completed in the Fall of 2005.
Enhanced interface with Local Law Enforcement
  • Local law enforcement J-ONE participation is currently limited to agencies using specific RMS products and it is also limited to sending criminal complaints only. All the major RMS vendors providing services in NH will be encouraged to offer J-ONE interfaces that allow, at a minimum, for sending criminal and motor vehicle complaints, and receiving dispositions from DMV and the Courts.
Plea by Mail/DMV Interface
  • The J-ONE system will be used to automate the manual process of keying traffic violations into the DMV system, sending notices to the Court when fines are not paid on time and manually keying court findings into the DMV system after adjudication.
Law Enforcement Information Sharing
  • By creating trust relationships among departments and department repositories, officers could receive instantaneously critical information that currently requires resource intensive manual processes.
Trend Analysis /Predictive Analysis
  • Trend analysis tools produce charts, graphs and reports that summarize historical information. Predictive analysis uses historical data, trends and human intuition to identify the likelihood and severity of future events. Action plans can then be formulated to prevent or lessen the impact of the anticipated event.
Master Name Index and other House Bill 643 Modifications
  • House Bill 643 (HB643) allows for the creation of a Master Name Index with information collected from various sources. It requires that changes be made to the J-ONE central repository and data collection processes in order to be compliant with HB643.
Bookmarks/Data Re-usability
  • J-ONE requires data reusability in the form of bookmarks to eliminate redundant data entry. A bookmark is an XML response that can be used within J-ONE to populate a form or a data capture screen. Users should be able to display a list of bookmarks, select one to use locally or send it to another application (i.e. a police department RMS) to be used as input by the receiving system.
J-ONE Web Portal
  • Once the J-ONE technology is implemented the functionality can be replicated for juvenile data and can readily be linked to other State information sources such as vital records, human services and transportation. As the amount of information increases, the need for user control of results also increases. A portal solution provides user customization of the user interface used to access multiple services.
Public Access to Aggregate Data
  • HB 643 mandates access to aggregate criminal data by the general public. This access will be provided through a secondary server that receives regular updates but has no read or write access to any resource on the J-ONE trusted infrastructure.
Expansion to other Law Enforcement Entities
  • The initial focus of J-ONE has been local police departments, sheriffs’ offices, probation and parole officers and the State Police. It is important to include all other law enforcement entities in the state such as Fish and Game, Marine Patrol, Highway Patrol and Liquor Enforcement.
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