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Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N- DEx) Incident/Arrest Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) v. 2.1.2 [Based on NIEM 2.0 and LEXS 3.1.4]  
Overview
Title:
Law Enforcement National Data Exchange (N- DEx) Incident/Arrest Information Exchange Package Documentation (IEPD) v. 2.1.2 [Based on NIEM 2.0 and LEXS 3.1.4]
Description / Abstract:
The purpose of the N-DEx 2.1.2 Incident/Arrest IEPD is to provide law enforcement agencies documentation that lists exchange specifications to be used for the exchange of criminal justice information that is complete, accurate, and timely. This release of the N-DEx IEPD is based on the NIEM IEPD Template Requirements document and contains written documentation, schemas, instance documents, style sheet, a mapping spreadsheet, and additional documentation. The data exchanged is considered to be SBU (Sensitive But Unclassified), LES (Law Enforcement Sensitive), or CUI (Controlled Unclassified Information.
Date Submitted:
March, 2013
Version Number:
2.1.2
Status
Project Status:
Completed Standard
Status Notes:
Final
Duration of Review:
--
Target Publish Date:
Mar 14, 2013
Scope & Impact
Areas of Interest:
  • Architectural
  • Data Exchange Languages
  • Data Representation
  • Data Storage and Interfacing
  • Data Transport
  • Functional Standards
  • Security
  • Technology Standards
  • XML Schemas
Communities Impacted:
  • Corrections
  • Courts
  • Juvenile Justice
  • Law Enforcement
  • Probation/Parole
  • Prosecution
  • Technical Practitioners
Benefits of Standard:
Currently, there is a need for a nationwide standard for law enforcement information sharing. . The N-DEx IEPD will promote a standard for information sharing on a national level for law enforcement and criminal justice entities.
Industry Endorsements:
The N-DEx Concept of Operations was developed and reviewed by law enforcement and criminal justice agency representatives at all levels of government (state local, tribal, and federal). This standard was developed in compliance with the N-DEx ConOps. .
Other Standards Required for Implementation:
This standard reuses components from the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) version 2.0 and the Law Enforcement Information Sharing Program (LEISP) Exchange Specification (LEXS) version 3.1.4
Notes:
The attached documentation is the N- DEx Incident/Arrest IEPD Version 2.1.2 We recommend downloading the attached .zip file, then extracting it to the desired location. The catalog.html file contains hyperlinks to all IEPD artifacts.
Documents

Primary Point of Contact
Name:
CJIS Help Desk .
E-mail Address:
Organization:
N-DEx/CJIS/FBI
Organization Web Site:
Street Address 1:
1000 Custer Hollow Road
Street Address 2:
City:
Clarksburg
State:
WV
Zip Code:
26306
Country:
USA
Phone Number:
304-625-4357
Developer - Point of Contact
Name:
CJIS Help Desk .
E-mail Address:
Organization:
N-DEx/CJIS/FBI
Organization Web Site:
Street Address 1:
Street Address 2:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Country:
Phone Number:
304-625-4357
Sponsor - Point of Contact
Name:
CJIS Help Desk .
E-mail Address:
Organization:
N-DEx/CJIS/FBI
Organization Web Site:
Street Address 1:
Street Address 2:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Country:
Phone Number:
304-625-4357