National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) - Conformant Information Exchange Package Documentations (IEPDs)

The New York State Police (NYSP) has now published the below National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)-conformant Information Exchange Package Documentations (IEPDs) for the purpose of building approved web service message exchanges by authorized agencies.

Use of the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) for eJusticeNY Integrated Justice Portal Exchanges

The New York State Integrated Justice Advisory Board has adopted the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) for the development and implementation of eJustice: Integrated Justice Portal exchanges. This version will be extended to incorporate any additional data elements that are required to meet the New York State business needs. This extended model becomes the New York State canonical model.

Using the New York State canonical model, agencies will be able to submit exchanges utilizing the NIEM data model. Requests will be transformed within the Integrated Justice Portal using NIEM XML and XML structured response(s) will be returned asynchronously to the requesting agency’s system.

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To insure success in the development of this suite of web service message exchanges, the development personnel should posses a high level of competence in the below areas.

Starting April 2013, the current NYSP Parole response is being replaced by a DCJS Parole response and an additional response, DCJS Probation. These new response specifications are now available in the appropriate IEPDs and should be used for any interface development which is not already in Production or the coordinated testing phase with the Portal Law Enforcement Applications Team (NYSPIN).

The following IEPDs and associated development documentation is currently available.

Materials last updated on: March 1, 2014. List of changes can be found in the NYSP Metro Web Service Change Log

Additional Development Documentation