The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI’s) National Data Exchange (N-DEx) System provides federal, state, local, and tribal (FSLT) criminal justice agencies with a mechanism to nationally share, search, link, and analyze investigative information across jurisdictional boundaries. Records in the N-DEx System span the criminal justice life cycle and include information related to incident/case reports, arrests, missing person reports, service calls, booking and incarceration reports, pre-trial, probation and parole reports, warrants, citations/tickets, and field contacts/field interviews. Currently over 8,200 FSTL criminal justice agencies share over 954 million records via the N-DEx System. The N-DEx System is available 24/7 via any secure internet-capable device and provides NO FEE access. This workshop is designed to provide users with their first look at the N-DEx System and will highlight the effective use of the N-DEx System search, batch search, and subscription capabilities. One of the success stories using the N-DEx Batch Search functionality involved the recovery and identification of 103 child victims and the arrest of 67 sex traffickers resulting in 60 new federal investigations.
Gain an understanding of what is the National Data Exchange System (N-DEx)
Gain an understanding of the effective use of the N-DEx search, batch search, and subscription capabilities.
Learn how the System missing juvenile investigations and the continuous monitoring of caseloads.