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Title: DOJ Office of Justice Programs Research Needs The Federal Web Consortium


1
DOJ Office of Justice ProgramsResearch Needs
The Federal Web Consortium
  • San Diego, California
  • January 27, 1999
  • Paul F. Kendall

2
Presentation Objectives
  • Describe Justice Activities
  • Integration initiative
  • Research Programs
  • Stimulate interest in Criminal Justice research
    initiatives.

3
Background
  • Importance of the Research Community
  • Need to explore potential for partnerships.

4
Technology Investment
  • Information technology
  • 6 years ago 10 million dollars out of a 600
    million dollar budget
  • Today 500 million dollars out of a 4 billion
    dollar budget
  • Research
  • 6 years ago Less than 2 million
  • Today 75 million

5
OJPs Vision
  • To improve the effectiveness and fairness of the
    criminal justice enterprise through better
    information sharing among all its components
  • By
  • Leveraging use of grant dollars
  • Developing strategies based on innovative
    research

6
Scope of Integration Initiative
  • Dramatically increase information sharing across
    agencies and jurisdictions
  • _at_18,000 law enforcement agencies
  • _at_3,300 county court systems
  • _at_3,300 county corrections, probation and parole
    agencies
  • 56 State and territorial systems
  • Thousands of municipal systems
  • The Federal System

7
Operational Hurdles
Get all information on John Doe. Return Name,
Description, Criminal History, Image
AND...
  • What information is available?
  • Where is the data located?
  • How do I use the information system?
  • How do I refer to the information I want to
    retrieve?
  • What is the form of the query?

8
Scope of Initiative (cont.)
  • National Information Technology Resource Center.
  • Vast array of resources supporting integration of
    criminal justice systems
  • Nation-wide capability to collaborate and reach
    consensus on solutions to major obstacles facing
    development of integrated justice system.
  • National laboratory to develop and test
    integrated information sharing solutions

9
MISSION OF NIJ
  • The science arm of the Department of Justice
  • Has no operational mission
  • Three major areas of responsibility
  • Dissemination of research findings (ODC)
  • Behavioral research (ORE)
  • Physical science research (OST)

10
OFFICE OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY (OST)

11

HOW OST OPERATES
  • Identify state/local technology needs
  • Identify technologies responding to those
    needs
  • Develop/Demonstrate technologies
  • Support technology commercialization
  • Support assessment of tech products

12
National Law Enforcement Corrections Technology
Centers

NLECTC Rocky Mountain Denver, CO
NLECTC Northeast Rome, NY
NLECTC National Center Rockville, MD
Office of Law Enforcement Standards
Gaithersburg, MD
Office of Law Enforcement Technology
Commercialization Wheeling, WV
NLECTC West El Segundo, CA
Border Research Technology Center
San Diego, CA
NLECTC Southeast Charleston, SC
Oper Albuquerque Sandia Natl Labs Albuquerque, NM
Natl Center for Forensic Sciences Orlando, FL
- National Law Enforcement Corrections
Technology Centers serving specific regions -
Specialty Offices and Centers
13
The Road To New Technology
5. CONTRABAND DETECTION 6. SMART GUN 7. LTL RING
FOIL ADAPTOR 8. CAR/VEHICLE STOPPING 9. HAND-HELD
INFRARED SENSOR
1. RETRACTABLE SPIKED BARRIER STRIP 2. AIRBAG
RESTRAINT FOR PATROL
VEHICLES 3. ENHANCED DNA TESTING 4. CONCEALED
WEAPONS DETECTION
LEC PRODUCT ACQUISITION PHASE
In Use
PILOT PRODUCTION (Commercial Start Up)
1
CONCEPT ANALYSIS
ENGINEERING PROTOTYPE MODEL (Early Product
Development Stage)
PRODUCT DEPLOYMENT
CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT (Idea/Need Generation)
2
FULL SCALE PRODUCTIONS
7
6
9
8
4
PRE-PRODUCTION PROTOTYPE MODEL (Final Product
Development)
5
3
INITIAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT LABORATORY MODEL
(Pre-Development stage)
PROPOSAL IN SPRING CALL
PRIORITY IDENTIFIED
14
Advisory Council Priorities
Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology
Advisory Council has selected the following
eleven priority project initiatives 1.
Non-intrusive, concealed weapons and contraband
detection 2. Vehicle stopping 3. DNA testing
4. Officer protection 5. Less-than-lethal
incapacitation 6. Information Management 7.
Counter-terrorism 8. Crime mapping 9.
Location and Tracking 10. Secure
communications 11. Non-invasive drug detection

15

OST Program Areas
  • Officer Protection and Crime Prevention
  • Investigative and Forensic Sciences
  • Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation
  • Communication Information Technology
  • Training and Simulation Technologies
  • Counter-terrorism Technologies
  • Program Assessment, Policy, and Coordination
  • Training Assistance
  • Standards and Testing

16

Program Details
  • Officer Protection and Crime Prevention
  • - Body Armor
  • - Smart Gun
  • - Surveillance
  • - Contraband Detection
  • - Location and Tracking

17
Technology Program Areas
  • Investigative and Forensic Sciences
  • - Investigative Science Programs
  • - Science and the Law
  • - National Commission on the Future of DNA
    Evidence (3)
  • - Forensic DNA Lab Improvement Program (3)
  • - 5 Year DNA Research Program (3)
  • - National Center for Forensic Science
  • - University of Central Florida
  • - Tele-Forensics

18
Program Details
  • Less-Than-Lethal Incapacitation
  • - Blunt Trauma
  • - Electrical
  • - Chemical
  • - Light / Laser
  • - Nets
  • - Acoustic
  • - Vehicle Stopping

19

Program Details
Communication Information Technology -
Biometric Identification - Face, Voice, -
Communications / Interoperability - Information
Sharing - Information Analysis - Smart Card -
Crime Mapping
20
Program Details
  • Training and Simulation Technologies
  • - Training and Simulation
  • - Computer Based, Video Based,
  • - Law Enforcement Instructional Technology
    Information System (LEITIS)
  • - Technology Institute
  • - Distance Learning

21

Program Details
Counter-terrorism Technologies -
Infrastructure Security Concealed Weapons
Detection - Hostage Rescue - Explosives
Detection and Remediation - Information
Technology Architectures, Security,... -
Chemical and Biological Defense
22
Challenge to the Research Community
  • Collaborate with the Justice System
  • Generate new ideas
  • Explore potential partnerships
  • Increase justice focused proposals
  • Develop innovative technology applications to
    combat crime
  • Set the stage for future applied research

23
Internet Web Sites
  • National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
  • Home Page lthttp//www.ojp.usdoj.gov/nij/gt
  • Justice Technology Information Network (JUSTNET)
  • Home Page lthttp//www.nlectc.org/gt
  • Justice Information Center (National Criminal
    Justice Reference Service)
  • Home Page lthttp//www.ncjrs.org/gt

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