Category:Operational View

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The planning view guides senior executives to create their strategic foundation as input to operational implementation; hence the operational view is the core of the site. Documenting the key information exchange points, and the context and content of the conversations that occur at each of these events — that is, creating an accurate model of justice information system processing includes identifying common events that trigger conversations, the agencies involved, the nature and content of these conversations, and the exchange conditions affecting the transactions. This greatly facilitates integrated systems planning and design.

The Operational View is based upon the Criminal Justice Life-cycle developed in 1967 and revised by the Bureau of Justice Statistics in 1997, diagram below. Defining integrated justice information sharing as “the ability to share critical information at key decision points throughout the justice enterprise” properly focuses attention on information sharing as the principal objective. Justice agencies have a series of information exchanges — or transactions — at these decision points. The diagram is used as an overall business reference framework to identify the key decision points and decompose the processes into formal business process models for justice and public safety agencies. These models will identify activities, documents, capabilities and services for storing, managing, and sharing information with key partners.

The Operational View begins with depicting formal Business Process Models (BPM) for justice and public safety processes and organizing the models into a Business Reference Model (BRM). These models will identify Activities, Documents, capabilities and services for storing, managing, and sharing information with key partners, such as health and human services. Collectively using the models, CIOs and architects can adapt the models to create their own BRM. A sound BRM, created through a relationship of BPMs is essential prior to investment in technology development and implementation. Well-designed models depict well-defined responsibilities, clear ownership, and are loosely coupled from each other. Ideally, they are easy to manage models with a level of decomposition that allows reuse into larger process compositions. These larger process compositions are represented by the Business Model Relationships models.

Simply decomposing high-level process steps into sub-processes, at different levels of granularity, while a first step, cannot be used on its own to develop a mature architecture, other than in limited scenarios in linear sequences. As noted in the Justice Domain Coordination Model, law enforcement and judicial processes bridge agencies and jurisdictions. The Service Interaction Process Models depict the message and web service interactions to achieve the 'real world effect'.

The following processes and related activities and documents cover the life-cycle of a Criminal Case and are further depicted in their respective diagrams:

Arrest without Warrant, Biometric Identification, Call for Service, Charge Referral, Cite and Release, Incident, Initial Identification, Search Warrant Request, Search Warrant Review, Suspicious Activity, Traffic Stop, Victim Notification

Amendment of Charges, Arrest on Warrant, Arrest without Warrant, Biometric Identification, Booking, Call for Service, Capture, Case Filing, Charge Referral, Cite and Release, Court Appearance, Court Case Review, Custody Transfer, Disposition Reporting, Diversion Referral, Entry of Plea, Escape, Evidentiary Hearing, Grand Jury Indictment Decision, Incident, Initial Appearance, Initial Identification, Intake, Interstate Case Transfer, Intrastate Case Transfer, Judicial Review of Detention, Open Court Case, Payment Collection, Pre-Trial Screening, Preliminary Hearing, Prepare Report, Probation Violation Filing Decision, Property Release, Prosecution Charging Decision, Protection Order Request, Protection Order Review, Protection Order Vacated, Reinstatement of Charges, Release, Release Date Review, Response Filing, Review Hearing, Revocation, Schedule Court Appearance, Search Warrant Request, Search Warrant Review, Sentence Hearing, Sex Offender Registration, Status Review, Subject Death … further results"At Large" is not in the list of possible values (Investigation, At-Large, Detention, Prosecution, Supervision, Adjudication, Probation and Parole, Incarceration) for this property.

Booking, Capture, Custody Transfer, Escape, Intake, Pre-Trial Screening, Release, Subject Death, Transport Subject to Court, Transport Subject to Jail

Amendment of Charges, Case Filing, Court Appearance, Court Case Review, Diversion Referral, Entry of Plea, Evidentiary Hearing, Grand Jury Indictment Decision, Initial Appearance, Judicial Review of Detention, Open Court Case, Preliminary Hearing, Prepare Report, Prosecution Charging Decision, Protection Order Request, Protection Order Review, Protection Order Vacated, Response Filing, Schedule Court Appearance, Subpoena Request, Subpoena Review, Subpoena Service

Court Appearance, Disposition Reporting, Initial Appearance, Review Hearing, Sentence Hearing, Trial Commencement, Trial Disposition

Intake, Interstate Case Transfer, Intrastate Case Transfer, Payment Collection, Probation Violation Filing Decision, Property Release, Reinstatement of Charges, Revocation, Sex Offender Registration, Status Review, Subject Death

Escape, Intake, Release, Release Date Review, Subject Death, Transport Subject to Prison


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