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Virtual Data Fusion and True Mobility Virtual Data Fusion and True
IACP-Law Enforcement Information
Management Conference
Nashville, Tennessee
May 7th, 2008
Virtual Data Fusion and True
Mobility
Sgt. Greg Lundell
Utah Highway PatrolTechnology Section
Utah Highway Patrol
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1994 Pilot program (Weber County)
Mobile Data Collection System (MDCS)
1996 Expanded Program (Davis County &
Motor Carrier Unit)
• 2003 Expanded to All UHP Cars (Statewide)
• Included wireless technology (AT&T,
Verizon, Sprint and the State’s 700 MHz
Data system
Data Collection
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Started as Paradox Tables (1994)
Updated to Delphi (1996?)
Transitioned to private vendor (Fatpot
Technologies-2004?)
Increased Electronic Information Sharing
1. Information
Information available
available in
in the
the car
car (UCJIS,
(UCJIS,
1.
NCIC, NLETS,
NLETS, etc)
etc)
NCIC,
2. Information
Information shared
shared between
between agencies
agencies (Peer
(Peer
2.
Intelligence)
Intelligence)
Experience
• Difficult to get Full Time Employees
(FTE’s)
• Use Technology to “do more with less.”
• Funded by forward thinking Governor and
Legislature
• Study-Reduction in duplicated paperwork
• Reduced Obligated time by 39%*
*Dr. Bruce Handley,
Weber State Univerisity
Fusion
The merging of different elements into a
union
Mobility
• Ability to work Statewide with or without a
network connection
With network
network “full
“full ability”
ability”
–– With
No Network
Network “Local
“Local Limited
Limited Access”
Access”
–– No
Access to
to all
all incident,
incident, citation,
citation, and
and crash
crash reports
reports
•• Access
Daily Log
Log
•• Daily
Automatic update
update to
to server
server when
when reconnected
reconnected to
to
•• Automatic
network
network
Mobility-Automatic Updates
Automatic Software
Software
•• Automatic
updates (Fatpot
(Fatpot
updates
DataSync Agent)
Agent)
DataSync
Automatic File
File checking
checking
•• Automatic
at Login
Login
at
Updates used
used to
to require
require
•• Updates
“hands on”
on” each
each
“hands
machine needing
needing
machine
updates
updates
Messaging/Chat Groups
• Creation of Groups for mail/chat (user
optimized)
• Messaging across Departments (247
Agencies/Divisions across Utah, Idaho,
Arizona, Kentucky, and North Carolina)
Dispatch Centers
Mapping
Challenges of
of “Big
“Big
•• Challenges
Brother”
Brother”
“Officer Safety”
Safety” is
is
•• “Officer
emphasized
emphasized
Tool for
for rapid
rapid response
response
•• Tool
Dispatch and
and Officers
Officers
•• Dispatch
have access
access to
to all
all data
data
have
Salt Lake Map
Statewide Mapping
Mapping Integration
Report review/retrieval
• Supervisors can review reports in the field
• Reports can be retrieved in the field
• Working towards reducing paperwork using
electronic records
Peer Intelligence
• Local database search of 22 local and state
agencies in Utah
• Two out of state queries (California and
Kentucky)
• Two queries through Fatpot Technology
Profile Return
• BEAR_172443851 - BEAR, YOGI
Profile Social Sec # 999-99-9999 Drivers
License UT 172443851 Date Of Birth 195002-11 Height 6''05" Sex M Weight 380
Race 4 Address , Phone
• Can drill down on records for more details
Peer Intelligence Returns
• Another tool for officers in the field
• Information returns notes from previous
contact
• Caution-these may or may not be
adjudicated records
E-warrants
• Electronic request to on-call judge in Salt
Lake County
• General search warrant or DUI blood draw
warrant
• Electronic notification to Judge
• Electronic approval/denial of warrant
• Approval as a PDF document
Future Technology Structure
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Open Standards
Justice XML Standards
Web Services
Enterprise Service Bus with Service
Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Data Redundancy
• Migrate Public Safety Systems to a State
Data Center
• Data Replication to the Richfield Data
Center
• Install and Configure Global Server Load
Balancing between Sites
Data Redundancy
Friday, April 13, 2007
Department of Public Safety
Salt Lake Data Center
Richfield Data Center
UCJIS
UCJIS
Web Services
Storage
Storage
Web Services
Drivers License
Drivers License
Web Services
Highway Patrol
Switch
Highway Patrol
Any Questions?
Contact Information:
Information:
Contact
Sgt. Greg
Greg Lundell
Lundell
Sgt.
Utah Highway
Highway Patrol-Technology
Patrol-Technology Section
Section
Utah
Phone 801-284-2960
801-284-2960
Phone
[email protected]tah.gov
[email protected]