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Northeast Gang Information System (Negis) Participant Survey : Police Executive Research Forum

By Pitts, Lenny

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Title: Northeast Gang Information System (Negis) Participant Survey : Police Executive Research Forum  
Author: Pitts, Lenny
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Language: English
Subject: Law., Law & economy, Litigation and arbitration
Collections: Law Library Collection
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Publisher: Department of Justice

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Pitts, L. (n.d.). Northeast Gang Information System (Negis) Participant Survey : Police Executive Research Forum. Retrieved from http://www.netlibrary.net/


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Executive Summary: The Police Executive Research Forum contracted Xerox Connect to survey NEGIS participants regarding their satisfaction with the technical aspects of the design and implementation of the system. Lotus Notes Consultant Lenny Pitts from Xerox Connect worked closely with Cliff Karchmer from PERF to generate the survey. NEGIS is meant to act as a demonstration for a planned National Gang Information Network that will enable local, state, and federal law enforcement personnel across the country to share and exchange gang-related intelligence. The distributed, shared-system design solves two primary problems. First, by pooling information, the system provides a knowledge management solution for general gang information. The second, and more important, benefit of the system will be to enable investigators to quickly find personnel in other organizations with specialized knowledge or skills to aid them in a specific investigation. Once those connections are made, the system will provide additional benefits by replacing the traditional methods of information sharing (phone, fax, mail, and hand-delivery) with more efficient electronic delivery. There were two primary deliverables to be demonstrated by the NEGIS project. This report will address how well the NEGIS project did in achieving those deliverables in the eyes of the participants.

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Contents 7 Execufive Summary f 2 Archifecfure and Plafform Issues 3 3 Hardware Configurafion /ssues 7 4 N?G/S Configurafion /ssues 74 5 /mp/ernenfafion /ssues 20 6 Unresolved /sues 24 7 Appendix A: User Suweys 27

 

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