The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)—in response to recommendations from the Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative (Global) a Federal Advisory Committee (FAC) to the U.S. Attorney General on justice information sharing, together with support from the Global Standards Council (GSC)—is pleased to make available the following draft standards for an open public comment period:
Draft Juvenile Education History Query/Response Service: The Juvenile Education History Query/Response Service (JEHQRS) is designed to support sharing of educational background information between Juvenile Justice Decision Makers who are often responsible for performing youth risk assessments and State Educational Agencies (SEA). The JEHQRS allows a requesting juvenile justice related entity (e.g., Department of Probation) to request educational history information for a specific student from a State Educational Agency in conjunction with an intake assessment. Assessments are typically performed on intake by Juvenile Probation personnel.
Draft Person Photo Search Request Service: The Person Photo Search Request Service (PPSReqS) provides the capability to request photos and demographic data from a Photo Imaging Network (PIN) and DOT photo systems matching provided criteria. The service will take various combinations of Name, Date of Birth (DOB), Social Security Number (SSN), Operators License Number (OLN) and State Fingerprint Identification (SID) as input criteria.
Draft Person Photo Search Results Service: The Person Photo Search Results Service (PPSResS) provides photos and demographic data from a Photo Imaging Network (PIN) and DOT photo systems.
Draft Inmate Status Reporting Service: The Inmate Status Reporting Service (ISRS) service provides correctional institutions the capability to report inmate records at predefined events within the inmate supervision life cycle. This service receives inmate records from correctional institutions.
To review and comment on each service, please go to www.globaljusticetools.net.
DEADLINE to review and comment on the services is March 08, 2016.