The need to share information across criminal justice and with other domains including social services and health care has never been more evident. Standards about data are critical to making this possible. The National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) has been developed to make it easier, faster and less costly to share information needed to empower agencies to collaborate and be more effective in carrying out their mission. While the origins of NIEM lie in criminal justice, it has expanded to cover other communities of interest and domains that make widespread information sharing easier. This webinar is both an introduction to NIEM and an update on how it has matured, expanded, and become a more common basis for cross-domain information sharing. You will learn what NIEM is, how it can help improve information sharing and collaboration, and where to get answers to how to best use this free toolset to enable information sharing in your world.
Other Webinars with this Organization:
- July 29: Alarm Calls for Service
- Sept 28: The Law Enforcement Digital Evidence Lifecycle: from Intake to Expungement
- Oct 21: Empowering Information Sharing: The Rise of NIEM (this webinar)
- Jan 27: Support Your Officers on the Street by Leveraging the Nlets Secure Cloud Platform
- March 2: The Most and Least Used Message Keys for Investigators
Nlets is a self-funded nonprofit, established in 1967 with the objective of connecting law enforcement, justice, and public safety agencies for the purpose of exchanging critical criminal justice information. They strive to ensure that the right information gets to the right person as quickly as possible. Nlets connects more than 1,000,000 users, 45,000 agencies, and 800,000 devices, with more than three billion transactions traversing their secure network last year.