Data Sharing Between Computer Aided Dispatch System was written by the IJIS Institute Public Safety Technical Standards Committee (IPSTSC). This paper explores data sharing between dissimilar Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems by discussing the CAD data sharing paradigm, examining current CAD data sharing efforts, and addressing some of the issues that inhibit CAD data sharing across the nation.
• Committee Chair: Steve Hoggard, Spillman Technologies;
The IJIS Public Safety Technical Standards Committee (IPSTSC) broadens industry involvement in the vetting and endorsement of standards for public safety technologies and develops the technical standards needed to support information exchanges between computer aided dispatch, records, and other justice computer systems in prosecutor, corrections, and court agencies.
Advances in Digital Video: Getting the Most Value from Video Information was written by the Emerging Technologies Committee (ET). This paper briefly describes the advancement in each of these areas as applied to the many domains (lines of business) within the justice and public safety enterprise, but with a deliberate focus on law enforcement as the front-line producer and consumer of video information.
• Committee Chair: Matthew D’Alessandro – Motorola Solutions Inc.; Principal Contributors:
The Emerging Technology (ET) advisory committee addresses technologies that are believed to be new and emerging as they relate to the justice and public safety domains, not necessarily new technologies overall.
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The IJIS Institute unites the private and public sectors to improve critical information sharing for those who provide public safety and administer justice in our communities. The IJIS Institute provides training, technology assistance, national scope issue management, and program management services to help government fully realize the power of information sharing. Founded in 2001 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation with national headquarters on The George Washington University Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Ashburn, Virginia, the IJIS Institute has grown to nearly 200 member and affiliate companies across the United States. For more information, visit http://www.ijis.org.