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ARJIS ALERT - Officer Notification and Smart Alerting System

Award Information

Award #
2007-RG-CX-K002
Funding Category
Continuation
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2007
Total funding (to date)
$622,000

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2007, $372,000)

This capability will provide officers and investigators an easy, automated means for cross-jurisdicitional information sharing of time sensitive and critically needed information through a single interface. ARJIS ALERT (ONSAS) will enhance officer safety by notifying field officers and investigators of a specific type of crime, offender, or terrorist hit across local, state, and federal databases, and solicit information for prompt action to assist agencies in solving serious crimes and apprehending offenders. The system will give public safety personnel the ability to request automated alerts and notifications based on 'subjects', including wanted person, vehicles, locations, and phone numbers associated with reported criminal and terrorist activity.

ca/ncf

This award will provide continuation funding to ARJIS for the development of the officer alerting system. This capability will provide officers and investigators an easy, automated means for cross-jurisdicitional information sharing of time sensitive and critically needed information through a single interface. ARJIS ALERT (ONSAS) will enhance officer safety by notifying field officers and investigators of a specific type of crime, offender, or terrorist hit across local, state, and federal databases, and solicit information for prompt action to assist agencies in solving serious crimes and apprehending offenders. The system will give public safety personnel the ability to request
automated alerts and notifications based on 'subjects', including wanted person, vehicles, locations, and phone numbers associated with reported criminal and terrorist activity. ca/ncf

Date Created: September 11, 2007